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I was so Disappointed

As I listened to the Friday News Roundtable, which is hosted every week by OPB, one of the panelists said how “disappointed” they were that Republican nominee Donald Trump did not pick a more explosive and contentious vice-presidential running mate. 613 more words

Scratchpad

titled to tittilate

Here’s something that popped up in my newsfeed. You have to give them credit, they know how to write a headline.

And if you’d actually like to read it, here’s the link to the story.

Nonsense

SENSATIONALISM in film

A film is being made called Deepwater Horizon.  It’s a retelling of the oil rig disaster from the BP oil spill of 2010.  Recently, the studio put out a brand new poster for this meaningless film, and it looks more like a Michael Bay pile of actiony crap than a serious retelling of one of the biggest disasters in the history of the country, of the oceans, of marine biology, of the gulf shrimping industry, etc…  685 more words

Film

Fukushima Myth: Pacific Genocide

The latest video from Goddard

I have always been opposed to the minimalist lies of the pro-nuke spinners aiming to trivialize the Fukushima ongoing catastrophe but I have always been opposed also to the exaggerated claims of the sensationalists feeding their fear hungry gullible fans with much nonsense. 518 more words

Radiation

Fukushima Myth: Pacific Genocide

The latest video from Goddard

I have always been opposed to the minimalist lies of the pro-nuke spinners aiming to trivialize the Fukushima ongoing catastrophe but I have always been opposed also to the exaggerated claims of the sensationalists feeding their fear hungry gullible fans with much nonsense. 519 more words

Japan

The Last Bubble: Collapse is Eminent.

If we look back in history and pay close attention to the evolution of both the defeated world war II countries and what we call the industrialized countries of today, we can quickly conclude that the industries they have re-built were for the most part more efficient and effective than the ones we had in the United States during the 1970’s. 754 more words

Technomoderation

Evaluating the Web & Wrapping Up

Understanding the Web

One of the characteristics we often tout about when thinking about the Internet is the significant number of resources and information it houses and makes available at our disposal. 456 more words

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