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    Hey, Uncle E. I was watching some of my old favorite vids on youtube and came across this one. I thought you would enjoy it. The whole lecture (Religion, Media and Hollywood) is really great, but this part is about what inspired Milch to create a criminally short-lived show he did for HBO, John From Cincinnati (I was one of its "dozens of fans!").

    "What if, in the aftermath of 9/11, whatever God is becomes aware that we have been so infantilized- we have been made such children-by our addiction to media, which doesn't sink its roots deep, that we have become capable of a genocide."

    The series itself is great too. Check it out!
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    Please help! I'm counting on RPF!
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Addressing the issue of the media corporations by way of reducing to our Founding Fathers

by Uncle Emanuel Watkins on 02-04-2013 at 10:05 AM
[QUOTE=Uncle Emanuel Watkins;4849151]First off, in order to address the topic of the press, as I always do, I first reduce to our Founders by way of utilizing a slightly altered political spectrum than the one that was once developed by Aristotle with this being his "golden mean." While he crafted a formulaic linear scale depicting left (liberal) and right (conservative) directions ushering in opposite directions away from a moderate viewpoint towards political extremes, to alter this

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