Hollywood Hypocrisy

November 11, 2007 | Filed Under Humor 

The Internet creates a lot of issues with respect to copyrights and trademarks. New Media and profits off of online ads has created controversies with our favorite script writers. Here’s a nice comic that pokes at the corporations that only seem to care when their bottom line is hurting.
Hollywood Hypocrisy

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3 Responses to “Hollywood Hypocrisy”

  1. Hideo on December 6th, 2014 9:26 am

    n-g I agree, the problem is that this is a sciaol class who’s principal means of communication with the public is the lie. Everything about global warming is a lie. The science, the politics and the journalism. The crash in UK belief came about because of climategate and an avalanche of moronic propaganda, some it (e.g. 10:10) firmly aimed at the professional classes with promises of champagne breakfasts and luvvy celebrities. The education system is often sold to students in ways much less honest than Madison Avenue would attempt. I have a friend who was an AGW enthusiast until the second year of her geology degree (advertised as being in the top 5 in the UK ) and it dawned on her that the people who were messing her about were very much of the same sub species as Michael Mann and Phil Jones. I read her emails from the head of department and they were pretty awful.They bend the truth in great part because they think they have authority, and that they know best. They get a cleaner planet, the higher electricity costs won’t bother them and damn the peasants. That is the wicked irony of Mann and his pals supporting the Democrats.

  2. Sylvio on March 8th, 2015 5:06 pm

    Ron Paul isn’t as libertarian as´╗┐ evyorene sees him he’s more states rights. He supported/s Texas ban on sodomy which is probably less libertarian than being an interventionist. Quotations because the views you claim are mostly from Johnson’s first run in New Mexico his libertarian philosophy has matured greatly and I currently believe he is more libertarian than Paul. Though his economic stances still have a little to go.

  3. Comandant on April 11th, 2015 9:25 pm

    Ryan, I am an assistant DA in Texas, and share many of the same idcelogiaal struggles. While I dont feel that marijuana SHOULD be illegal, the fact remains that it is. The oath I took is to uphold the laws of Texas and ensure that justice is done. It is something that I deal with day in/dayout. The hardest part to reconcile is that those who actually make the laws, who have the power to remove these restrictions, rarely use that power wisely. Every legislative session, new crimes are created, not because we necessarily need them,but because it suits a legislator’s agenda. Seeking justice in this system can be frustrating. However, the discretion I wield in things like sentencing and charging is where I truly feel like I can do the right thing.Luke n beaumont.

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