This film is at its heart an exploration of both personal and cultural themes, exposing our exploitative relationship with our environment on a personal level and, by extension, as a society or species. The poo in this sense is a symbol of the by-products of our capitalist consumerism, with alan titchmarsh reflecting the role of the media; alerting us, ridiculing us, perhaps even judging us - the media becomes a collective conscience that binds us to our own environmental mortality. The refrain of titchmarsh is answered by our inability as a global society to take a truly global responsibility; as we continue to poo at Paul's we are nevertheless reminded that the poo is in fact very much situated in our own pants. And if you made it through that bullshit then your prize is a link to download the poo-pants song: http://snipurl.com/s44u0
There's nothing to describe. Just watch the film.
AP footage of a spider walking on Pope Benedict XVI during a speech, then leaving. Strangely hypnotizing.
Christchurch business man Wayne Erye has turned his 'Man room' into a replica of a submarine.
The steady stream of celebrity stories about prescription drug abuse makes Americans keenly aware of the dangers of overdosing on medications like OxyContin and Vicodin. And from President Obama's Drug Czar to California Attorney General Jerry Brown, politicians are calling for greater power to monitor doctor-patient relationships in order to fight the "epidemic" of prescription drug overdosing. But maybe the real epidemic is underdosing. Countless Americans suffer with severe chronic pain because doctors are afraid to treat them properly. Michael Jackson's death unleashed a flurry of media stories about all aspects of the pop star's life, including his alleged prescription drug abuse. On the same day countless millions watched Jackson's star-studded memorial service, reason.tv interviewed another musician. Sen Clarke-Redmond, a man who enjoyed an active live before the neurodegenerative disease ALS, often referred to as Lou Gerig's disease, rendered him nearly immobilehe can no longer even play the piano. The disease also left him in almost constant pain. Redmond is prescribed some medication, but not nearly enough to keep his pain under control. Dr. Frank Fisher says Redmond's case is an appallingly common one. "Chronic pain in America is an enormously under treated disease," says Fisher, a Harvard-trained physician. "It's a public health disaster." Pain specialists like Fisher and patients' groups like the Pain Relief Network battle law enforcement officials who are forever on the lookout for "pill mills" and patients who misuse pain medicine. Fisher notes that the same medications so often associated with celebrity addiction are the same medications that combat pain most effectively. Fisher has treated his patients with high doses of opioids-that is, until a swat team raided his clinic and threw him behind bars. "They were trying to give me 256 years to life," says Fisher who argues that fear of prosecution often prevents doctors from treating chronic pain patients effectively. What allows doctors' medical decisions to be overruled by police? "What we're dealing with is a mass insanity," says Fisher. "We call it the war on drugs." "When Cops Play Doctor" is written and produced by Ted Balaker and hosted by Nick Gillespie. Director of Photography is Alex Manning, Associate Producers are Hawk Jensen and Paul Detrick.
As a child soldier in Cambodia's notorious Khmer Rouge army Aki Ra laid many landmines. He now clears these deadly bombs with a stick and a pocketknife, more than 10,000 to date. It is very dangerous. No one pays him to do it. Aki is the real deal.
Momma sends the kids to the local North Korean grocery where they are having their yearly Christmas in July sale (half off on all ICBMs)
Dear School, As an alternative to Obama's controversial speech to students, we have provided you with this less political, more patriotic option. Love, Red State Update Music by William Sherry Jr. Thanks to Nick Plotquin, Robyn Von Swank, and our featured buddies.
Jackie's had enough of gun violence in America.
Mr Ed hits high notes
I'm not sure if I would watch this with young children, though it appears to be a children's film on the surface. Some of the images get pretty graphic, and the doctor and psychologist look absolutely DEMENTED. This definitely shows the rift between children's programming then & now.
WiseMonkey ventures into the Bisexual Jungle to see what wisdom he can glean from its inhabitants ....
Just a guy having fun being friendly to absolute strangers, hoping to brighten their day! :)
The Mongo Collective are learning to read in their own special way....Totally improvised and made up on the spot so we might re-work it in the future, watch this spazz.....
Deep in the forest lived Billy and his charming companions. They peacefully honed their bodies and listened to music there. But a wave of development came upon the forests. One who would turn all to road. Kagamine Rin had come. Billy must stop the construction before all is turned to road