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AtomFilms – Animator vs. Animation II November 19, 2006

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This is brilliant, and very entertaining, a must watch:

AtomFilms – Animator vs. Animation II

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HBO SPECIAL Hacking Democracy – Google Video November 6, 2006

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HBO SPECIAL Hacking Democracy – Google Video

Bravo again HBO for another brilliant documentary. HBO has been firing on all cylinders recently. I have to ask myself however how come I’m not watching this on CNN or NBC? Has investigative journalism moved from the news to the entertainment division? How, as a people, did we let that happen? This is a truly frightening look at the corporate insidiousness that has taken over our country. They bought the fourth estate, and if you pay attention, you may begin to wonder, as I am, what else.

Right on HBO

Must Love Sharks October 24, 2006

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Must Love Sharks

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Darth Kitty or Hello Vader? September 15, 2006

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Crooks and Liars » Harvey Keitel speaks out on Path to 9/11: “It turned out not all the facts were correct” September 8, 2006

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harvey-keitel-abc.jpgABC is feeling the heat on this politically motivated inaccurate crapfest. Don’t feed me bullshit and tell me it’s caviar.
Crooks and Liars » Harvey Keitel speaks out on Path to 9/11: “It turned out not all the facts were correct”

I digg the fact that the blogosphere is getting powerful enough to be heard by large corporations.

Spike Lee’s When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts August 21, 2006

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Bravo to HBO for giving Spike Lee the go-ahead for this important project. We should all remember what happened in New Orleans after Katrina, and do whatever is in our power to ensure that doesn’t happen again. The failed response that is, and not the hurricane.

Too bad I won’t be able to see this because my provider is Comcast, and those greedy bitches want over $100/mo for HBO, which is way too much. HBO how about making this one available over the internet for free as a public service. Link below with deets.

HBO: When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts

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