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the essence of yaguchi's whirling knives

what a cool we are

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tongues on fire

a tribute to the Black Panthers by David Murray.

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The Daily Show

Jon Stewart, from Saturday Night Live, has consistently been winning the contest for most popular TV News Broadcaster. His sartorial wit and consistently good acting and funny writers have been a daily staple of mine every time a new show comes on, about 225 times a year. If you lean toward the right on the spectrum,you might want to stick to Fox or goose-step Rush.

His guests can also can be very informative. The only time I've seen him be afraid was when he had Dick Cheney on, without his Darth Vader costume (Cheney that is),
after is eight year stint as the President, errr-uhhh, excuse me, the Vice Prersident.

Wait! Wasn't the last Bush declared brain dead during his second year in office and Cheney was running a shadow government? He got Google Earth to delete his home from the maps?

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Lost Kingdoms Of Africa

the wonderful, inquisitive Dr. Gus Hayford started his new series this week on the Asante in Ghana.
this is one of his previous programmes on Ehtiopia -

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A Biased Anthology of Parisian Peripheries

Jonathan Meades On France Episode 2 -

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Jonathan Meades

in an intelligent world, Jonathan Meades would be on the television every day and be made mandatory viewing in the planet's schools.

the first episode of his new series Jonathan Meades On France -

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Storyville

Excellent documentary film "The Interrupters - How To Stop A Riot".

Tells the surprising story of three dedicated individuals who try to protect their Chicago communities from the violence they themselves once perpetrated. These 'interrupters' intervene in conflicts before the incidents explode into violence. Their work and their insights are closely entwined with their own personal journeys, which, as each of them points out, defy easy characterisation.

Shot over the course of a year by acclaimed filmmaker Steve James, it is a vivid portrayal of a city under siege from spiralling violence, including the brutal murder of Derrion Albert, a Chicago high-school student whose death was caught on videotape.

These wonderful human beings, part of the CeaseFire campaign, are truly extraordinary. They deserve as much support as you can give them.
http://ceasefirechicago.org/

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Manassas

pressure point on every level.
to epitomise the sound in my head...

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illuminating

the wonderful actor Tom Hardy in an astonishing role.
Stuart: A Life Backwards.

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Fareed Zakaria: GPS last Sun.morn

This is my favorite Sunday morning show. Fareed's got cojones and is not afraid to ask the tough questions of whatever person or situation. Plus, he is bit younger than most of the bloated talking-heads from the networks.

Last Sunday he has Israeli Defense Min. Barach Ehud on who has no comment about nuking Iran. Within three years Barach said Iran would have nuclear weapons. (The Israelis have vowed to stop any Iranian missile program).

Several commentators on the Euro crisis did not sound upbeat. Italy and Spain are in the contagion zone and only at least 5 years of austerity measures there and in Greece can stop the contagion. The German and the French combined could bail-out the affected countries but they want austerity measures.

If the weaker countries do not adhere, the Euro is sure to fall.

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