People profit from incarcerating their fellow humans? Who is profiting? And what races and nationalities are being imprisoned at the highest percentages? What is wrong with this picture?
(5 of 7) Abortion on Film and TV In the past decade fictional characters placed their baby up for adoption at a rate of 9% vs in real life only 1% of women will do this. [follow this link to find a short video recounting the State of Virginia's attempt to force women to undergo an invasive procedure, known as a transvaginal sonogram: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2012/03/a-transvaginal-breach-of-the-social-contract.html]
Cure for Chronic Cracks - Some cracks keep coming back no matter how well you repair them. For those pesky recurring cracks, we prescribe Good-Bye Cracks. It forms an elastic film that stretches and contracts along with the crack. It works best on hairline cracks, but it's worth a try on wider cracks too. Start by cleaning loose material out of the crack and fill it with joint compound. Then spray on two to three light coats of Good-Bye Cracks. The film isn't sandable, so a smooth, even…
ChampionThis track is an epic and thrilling cinematic score with heroic overtones. It’s wonderous, ominous and would be great for film trailers video games and soundtracks. It starts with a quiet, tense intro that explodes into a compelling and epic Symphonic rock with powerful guitars that are gripping and victorious. make your next video project shine and stand apart from the crowd with this truly epic piece of instrumental cinematic heroism. There are 4 versions in archive: 1. Champion…
Dorothy Janis (1912-2010). American silent film actress. Typecast as an "exotic beauty", she had a brief career in the late 1920s. She was discovered by Hollywood talent scouts while still in high school and signed by MGM to a five year contract.