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Thursday, August 24, 2006

There Are No Words That Can Describe This Film

9/11 Cover Up, a film from Loose Change 2nd Edition:
Korey Rowe / Dylan Avery / Jason Bermas Running Time: 1 hour, 22 minutes


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whether these conspiracy theories are true, it doesn't matter. What matters is that there are people, like us, who see the world going in a direction that we do not like. It is an intersting thought brought on by this film, that Muslims attacking the western culture are percieved to be our enemy, but perhaps we are indeed on the same side. The more I read the more I realise that perhaps the next great threat is not the Islamic world, but our own. Are we are all so blind, so afraid, that we cannot see? I need to learn more, I think we all do.

8/25/2006 09:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Mr.Rehab said...

True words from anonymous!

8/26/2006 11:08:00 AM  
Blogger MCALDWELLC said...

I usually think of myself as a curious person...a person who examines details....analyzes....picks apart. There are things in this video that were brought to my consciousness that I never questioned and simply accepted. I would like to think that in the shock of such a horrific moment in history, I was "caught up in the moment." Perhaps, we all were and have been...but thank goodness someone has the courage to ASK THE QUESTIONS.

One of my favorite quotes is:

"We look at the present through a rear-view mirror. We march backwards into the future. Suburbia lives imaginatively in Bonanza-land."
-Marshall McLuhan

I can't help but look at the present through the lens of the past and THAT is the most alarming part. Think WW2, think Nazi propoganda, think us vs. them mentality...religious persecution...all of it a set-up...the ULTIMATE manipulation...and look at the cost.

If nothing else, food for thought. And we ALL need to learn so much very much more.

8/31/2006 08:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I almost find this hard to believe, why only now? Why has it taken so long for this to emerge? Is any of it true? If it is - why is it not acted upon? Yesterday, I saw a 9/11 Falling Man documentary film, identifying who this man was… I am not an American citizen, vaguely I have a detached awareness of your existence, you are not Australians, you are different, but could you be so different as to allow this to happen - the way this conspiratorial film purports it to be? More questions than answers, more to cause some degree of worry as to why all this has need of happening. Who would ‘sacrifice’ thousands of their own to create a contemporary ‘Pearl Harbour’ - a reason to declare war on the other world, other peoples who inhabit the same earth we do?
I wonder if DEMOCRACY really is FREEDOM to feel, be, think and act - as a human with integrity and dignity.

9/01/2006 09:27:00 PM  

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Debbie Millman has worked in the design business for over 25 years. She is President of the design division at Sterling Brands. She has been there for nearly 15 years and in that time she has worked on the redesign of global brands for Pepsi, Procter & Gamble, Campbell’s, Colgate, Nestle and Hasbro. Prior to Sterling, she was a Senior Vice President at Interbrand and a Marketing Director at Frankfurt Balkind. Debbie is President of the AIGA, the largest professional association for design. She is a contributing editor at Print Magazine, a design writer at and Brand New and Chair of the Masters in Branding Program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In 2005, she began hosting the first weekly radio talk show about design on the Internet. The show is titled “Design Matters with Debbie Millman” and it is now featured on In addition to “Look Both Ways: Illustrated Essays on the Intersection of Life and Design,” (HOW Books, 2009, she is the author of "How To Think Like A Great Graphic Designer" (Allworth Press, 2007) and “The Essential Principles of Graphic Design” (Rotovision, 2008).

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