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“The Interview”, on Netflix: funny in a gross kinda way

January 30, 2015
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Only a month ago “The Interview” was pulled from its pre-Christmas movie theater release because of a cyber attack on SONY and an alleged threat of 9/11 style attacks. Now I find it on Nextflix, for free. The times we live in! Normally, I would probably not even bother writing a review about this...

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In Novartis we trust! – or should we??

January 13, 2012
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From vaccines to painkillers, the multi-national corporation Novartis had enjoyed making a fortune on our ills. In 2010 this Switzerland based drug company reported $50.6 billion profit, up 30% from last year. Most popular products? Flu vaccines and Excedrin. This week, the company issued a voluntary recall of many of their products as pills...

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Oakland becomes War Zone on Oct. 26, 2011

November 1, 2011
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Oakland becomes War Zone on Oct. 26, 2011

Demonstrators wear masks from “V for Vendetta” movie and hold signs “Your rubber bullets only make us angrier” referring to police shooting rubber bullets, grenades and tear gas at them. Rubber bullets? Grenades? Tear Gas?? Are we in the Middle East?? Is this a War Zone?

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Police use brutal force to break up Occupy Demonstrators in Oakland

October 27, 2011
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This is the video you probably haven’t seen. KTVU reports confirm that the force used for Occupy Wall Street demonstrators in Oakland was brutal, but it doesn’t give a clue about what that entailed. Take a look at this video. When I watched this, I said “no way this happened, not here, in California,...

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Airports USA: Either Xray or Pat-Down

August 29, 2011
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Whatever happened to the metal detector scanners? We have used them up until May of this year and as far as I can remember the x-ray machine was always an option you'd choose if desired. Now the TSA choses for you. If you say no to the X-ray machine, the TSA will choose the...

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Social Network Isolation

August 10, 2011
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Now that everyone is part of some kind of “special network” the social isolation is reaching its peak. Some people are on Facebook, some on Google+, others are on Skype or yet a dozen of so networks. How do we connect the dots? Only in world wide web, if we're lucky. What happened to...

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Obama killed Osama

May 3, 2011
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May Day, May Day, 'Geronimo-E KIA' was the U.S. military code for Osama Bin Laden E-enemy and KIA - killed in action. President Obama ordered the raid on Pakistani compound where the man who's been hunted for more than 10 years, had been found and killed along with his family (wife and son). Sunday...

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Watchdogs: Gas Prices, evidence of Scam [video]

April 24, 2011
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Historical data provides some evidence of gas prices manipulation. On April 21, 2011 U.S. president Obama creates Oil and Gas Price Fraud Working Group to investigate potential criminal activity on oil and energy market. See more on: justice.gov

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One year since BP Oil Spill: What did we learn??

April 21, 2011
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It has been one year since the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, which many called the worst environmental disaster ever. That is, of course, before the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown in Japan. I think this one will top the list. But yet, athorities assure us that there no reason for concern...

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Today: FDA adds mushrooms to the list of radiactive products from Japan

April 21, 2011
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FDA has been detaining products imported from Japan and screening them for radiation and today they added a new one: mushrooms. It looks like they will be denied entry into the U.S. market along side with the following (big) list of products: Spinach, Lettuce, Celery, Cress, Endive, Escarole, Chard, and Collards, leafy vegetables (i.e. turnip),...

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