Articles in the politics Category
I have not touched my blog in 5 years and after coming in here and looking around I am quite happy with the past content. This post is dedicated to some previous work that changed my life at the time which I had done in 2006 for the now defunct Current TV. This channel was championed by Al Gore. It was a radical concept that allowed regular folks to submit original documentary content and regular viewer would vote online for submissions to go the air. The network paid the independent …
I posted the following Twitter.
Here are the responses. Most names are abbreviated:
CHB at 11:25am November 4- move to Norway
NA at 11:31am November 4- move to New Zealand and shave sheep
TB at 11:34am November 4 – moving to Norway w/Cecilie.
COZ at 11:40am November 4 – Any more room in Norway? Count me in!
BS at 11:41am November 4 – loot downtown Chicago
SDK at 11:45am November 4- will too go to Norway.
JDH at 11:50am November 4-cry, then move.
EZ at 11:54am November 4- move to Slovenia and talk S@%^ about the US!
AM at 12:02pm …
politics, technology is art »
The Red Bull soapbox race was a phenomenal event this past weekend in San Francisco. It drew 100k people to the Dolores Park area. Red Bull did a great job with the announcers and they park wide TV screens and speakers to keep everyone engaged. One of the most memorable cars was the The Death Star.
Anyone who was there will remember their immaculate pre-race video and legendary race, but little did most know that this Death Star came with a Palin bumper sticker:
And I thought I was cool for having …
politics, social networking, street cultures »
Axel Ardes is a French journalist for Radio France station Le Mouv and for the Bondi Blog who is currently on an assignment covering the U.S. Presidential Election.
Aside from writing blog entries and articles, he also posts videos, pictures, and does live radio broadcasts from his phone regularly. He is currently hanging out with me in San Francisco after a month reporting from the East Coast and then San Diego.
When asked what its like to meet McCain supporters he replied that he is having a hard time finding them. I …
politics, ridiculous, videos see movies »
Much respect to Jelly Donut’s lastest reprise antics as the gansta rappin dude dressed in a giant jelly donut costume. He is hilarious. If you are not familiar with Jelly Donut’s work, first check out this humorous video on Jelly Donut for Current TV here. This will set the stage for the following clip better. Or maybe you think a rapping donut is funny as is. His latest video called “McCain Be Old” deserves your attention now.
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