Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il Is The Shining Sun And The Hope Of All Humankind Video Marathon

Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il General Secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, Chairman of the National Defense Commission, and Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army is the flawless perfect strategist and iron-willed great general of Songun who build the Korean People's Army into a match-for-a-hundred invincible force capable of defeating the US imperialists at one stroke in the defense of the Sacred Motherland of Korea united in single-minded harmony around the headquarters of the Juche Revolution.

With a great scientific insight and creative ideas of strategy General Kim Jong Il said that the Korean nation must always be ready for a war as long as the US imperialists exist on this planet. Therefore He build the Army, Party and People's willpower of providing it with the complete means of defence and attack along the Juche-orientated lines of the Songun politics.

General Kim Jong Il is the Great General. Long live General Kim Jong Il! MANSE!!! ...

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Dr. Fallon said...

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Sleight of Mind
I started noticing something was wrong with television almost immediately after I got into it. I started at NBC in June of 1982. Two years later, the Communications Act of 1984 had changed everything. Pushed through by the Reagan administration under FCC Chairman Mark Fowler (who said TV was in no more need of regulation than any other household appliance, because TV was just "a toaster with pictures"), this began the era of media deregulation. And the rest, as they say, is history.

Images become more important than words and ideas. Images sell air time. Ratings begin to matter. Extremely visual stories trump "boring" stories that might, however, actually affect us. And even when TV is covering newsworthy stories, the coverage is brief and lacks context, and the entire experience seems incoherent.

Today, news has become entertainment, entertainment has become news, and the viewer has become ignorant of the world around him.

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