The Ruben Tube

Filed under: Entertainment, Science

Giant girl puppet walks streets of London!

Extraordinary.

“May 7, 2006

The Sultan’s Elephant, a giant piece of street theatre by French group Royal de Luxe, has been entertaining Londoners over the course of this weekend. The show started on Thursday, when a ‘crashed rocket’ was in place at Victoria Place. On Friday, an oversized marionette of a young girl emerged from the rocket and met with the giant mechanised elephant. Over the course of the weekend, these two giant puppets have been parading around London streets, closed especially for the event.”

http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/The_Sultan’s_Elephant_entertains_London

Filed under: Culture, Entertainment

“Yakko’s World Video” – Animaniacs

This is just awesome. I’ll never grow tired of this!

Mouse over here and press ‘play’ for Yakko’s World

Filed under: Asia, Entertainment, North America, Politics, Russia, South America, UK, World Affairs

“Iraq for Sale” by Robert Greenwald

Halliburton, KBR, Exxon, Blackwater, and more… Iraq has been a private sector circus resulting in countless civilian and soldier deaths as well as gross logistical incompetence, mass extortion, and an ingenious state-sanctioned contractual process by which these corporations have made – and continue to make – millions upon millions of $’s doing a really, really bad job (often endangering or impoverishing soldiers) or nothing at all.

www.iraqforsale.org

Filed under: Corporations, Military, North America, World Affairs

“Line in the Sand” by October Sun Films

A truthful documentary showing the people that deal with the Illegal Immigration Invasion in North America upfront and on a daily basis.

www.octobersunfilms.com

Filed under: Corporations, Economics, Immigration, North America, Politics, South America

“The Corporation” by Mark Achbar, Jennifer Abbot, and Joel Bakan

Winner of 24 international awards “The Corporation” explores the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution of our time. Footage from pop culture, advertising, TV news, and corporate propaganda, illuminates the corporation’s grip on our lives. Taking its legal status as a “person” to its logical conclusion, the film puts the corporation on the psychiatrist’s couch to ask “What kind of person is it?”

Go to film website 

Filed under: Corporations, World Affairs

“War on Democracy” by John Pilger

The War On Democracy is a powerful new (June 2007) documentary from award winning journalist and film-maker John Pilger.

www.johnpilger.com

www.warondemocracy.net 

Filed under: Corporations, Journalism, Politics, South America

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