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Song & Video by Matt Reynolds depicting our present day world in apocalyptic time.
This amazing Quicktime movie shows the same flight path visualization as the National Airspace Depiction video, above, but plots the individual aircraft as individual points.
South Park's Depiction Of Muhammad Censored AGAIN; Muhammad Responds
In a PA summer camp children act out a murder by Israelis. This is the education muslim children get. This is our horrible reality
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May 20: A town in England is trying a new and shocking tactic to educate kids about teen pregnancy. NBC's Dawna Friesen reports british health officials produced Web ad educate kids teens
Pierre Auguste Renoir was born in Limoges, a small city in the middle of France. In 1870s, Renoir made the acquaintance of Monet.
The FDA is getting radical, at least that’s the burning argument on the street. WEAU reports there’s a new set of graphic images the FDA wants to put on cigarette packs. It hopes to discourage smokers from lighting up.
MARY RINZEL: “A man with a hole in his throat. A woman with cancer. A cemetary. A dead man. Some realistic, some cartoonish. Any one a possibility for future cigarette packaging.”
ALLISON MILLER: “It really helps to drive home an ugly, but realistic message that is how deadly smoking can be and how dangerous it is.”
...but how graphic is too graphic? Chicago’s WBBM spoke with a woman on the street who was fuming to give the FDA her piece of mind.
VINCE GERASOLE: “This is what they want to mandate.”
NANCY SAVAGE: “Oh, hell no.”
VINCE GERASOLE: “As you can see, they had some smokers fuming.”
NANCY SAVAGE: “This should not be on cigarettes.”
VINCE GERASOLE: “Why not?”
NANCY SAVAGE: “Because people have the right to smoke, and this is portraying it as you’re gonna get cancer automatically. That’s not true.”
...but Seer Press News disagrees -- laying out the stats for cigarette deaths.
“Tobacco use and the many diseases it can cause are blamed for at least 443,000 deaths in the United States every year, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.”
The Washington Post made the changes seem inevitable.
“The FDA will gather public comment...and select nine [images]...after reviewing the scientific literature... Beginning Oct. 22, 2012, any cigarette makers that do not put the new warnings on their packaging will not be allowed to sell their brands in the United States.”
And of course, the ladies of The View blew their own smoke on the issue. One host hoped the labels would prevent teens from starting in the first place, but says they will likely have little effect on those already hooked.
“It’s an addiction, and I think they should be spending money also on better ways of being able to stop. I mean, I know someone very close to me who was allergic to the patch. They’ve got to find better ways in the cigarette companies to spend the money on finding the ways to break the addiction.”
What do you think? Is the FDA on fire? Or is the idea even worth the lighter to burn it up?
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A senior researcher at the Vincent Van Gogh Museum has concluded that a painting once believed to be of Vincent is actually of his brother Theo.
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The most well known cartoonist in the country is currently ‘bloodied’ and recovering in a hospital. This---after Syrian forces reportedly beat him up.
Amateur video shows people huddling around the cartoonist after the beating. Ferzat appears to be dazed and confused in this video. Euronews reports on the incident.
“Human rights activists say that the prominent cartoonist and Assad critic Ali Ferzat has been beaten up in Damascus by armed men and then dumped in the street. He was taken to the hospital suffering bruises to his face and hands.”
Ali Ferzat recently came out with drawings poking fun at President Bashar al-Assad -- and some analysts are suggesting his work -- could be directly related to the incident. Al Jazeera takes a look at some of the drawings.
“Here’s president Assad hitching a ride with Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi trying to get away in a get away car.”
So was this a ballsy move or was Ferzat ‘poking at the bear?’ That would be nothing new for Ferzat. The cartoonist is known for characterizing leaders like Sadaam Husein and Moammar Gaddafi. Here’s a look at Ferzat’s other drawings.
“In this cartoon, he pokes fun at the government’s offers of dialogue that continues with the crackdown of Bashar al-Assad’s there offering a cup of tee to a man...while he’s being beaten. And here a member of the security forces has crossed out the word ‘democracy’ and replacing instead with the word ‘bloodocracy.’”
One questions that remains---where was President Assad during all of this? State television showed images of Assad the same day reports surfaced. Fox News has the latest on the president.
“Syrian TV showed President Bashar Assad hosting a meal toward Islamic leaders and blamed the morals of Syrian society for for the country’s crisis.”
Masked forces reportedly grabbed Ferzat off the streets and took him into a van. Sources say forces targeted Ferzat’s hands---so that he won’t be able to draw anymore. Assad is not believed to have commented on the issue. I’m Jonathan Ketz for Newsy. Multiple sources. The real story.
Transcript by Newsy.
John Lee Hancock describes the filmmaking process of 'Saving Mr. Banks' and bring the Mary Poppins story to life.
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An educational extravaganza depicting comparisons between the Vietnam War (and subsequent conflicts) and the symbolic works of William Shakespeare.
Featuring the supreme musical narration of The Trashmen, the movie took thirteen months to script, film and edit. The total budget was $7,000 AUD.