The car that killed its owner
funny flash - avi cartoon about how smoking kills people.
Smoking kills you and destroys you!!!! saintbirgitta****
Now that the Bald Eagle is no longer endangered in America, perhaps we should switch our mascot to something else. I suggest a certain mouse that owns up to 99% of all media. We live in a toxic culture which has the ability to trivilize anything authentic and sell it back to you at a lower price. Everything is now a product: punk rock, christianity, enviromentalism etc... Public discourse is filtered through the American media; a product. The books kids read in school are products. The food you eat is a product. Consumerism has oozed into most aspects of American life. Soon we will be unable to think of anything that did not originate outside a corperate boardroom. All aspects of existence will be dedicated to generating weath for someone or some thing. We are being assimilated into a Gigantic Machine: the Kill Bot.
Elephant kills man scary video
Almost killing afriend very funny video
Why you should read Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird." Part of THE BIG READ, presented by the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Kill Point thrusts players into a dramatic world of gangs, guns and glory!
how to kiss a bear without get killed.very funny video
how to kill a virus without costing you a cent
look at 1:20 the rc-boat starts to fly,... and almost kill the cameraman very spectaculair
nobody gives us the right to kill anyone( neither animal or human) if u cannot possible give life to anyone...
ameer boy killing people in runescape
Independent group uses Lancet study to project Iraq death toll
Last year, the medical journal The Lancet published an estimate of 650,000 excess deaths in Iraq based on a demographic study conducted by field workers questioning people in clusters throughout Iraq.
The group Just Foreign Policy has taken that number and projected it using Iraq Body Count, which tallies deaths reported by Western media sources. This leads to a rough estimate that one million Iraqis have now been killed in the conflict since the U.S.'s 2003 invasion and occupation.
When The Lancet published the 650,000 estimate, President George W. Bush said: '600,000 or whatever they guessed at is just, it's not credible.'
We speak to Les Roberts, now at Columbia University, who is co-author of The Lancet piece 'Mortality after the 2003 invasion of Iraq: a cross-sectional cluster sample survey.' Roberts has studied other conflicts, including in Congo, where his estimates have been widely accepted.
We also speak with Robert Naiman of the group Just Foreign Policy.
Why the disparity between the Iraq Body Count numbers and The Lancet study? Patrick Ball of the group Benetech has noted: 'Methods such as media reports typically capture violence well when it is moderate, but when it really increases, they miss a great deal.' (Ball is a co-author of the book State Violence in Guatemala, 1960-1996, and wrote the chapter 'On the Quantification of Horror: Field Notes on Statistical Analysis of Human Rights Violations' in the book Repression and Mobilization.)
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