Philips Carousel Commercial – Adam Berg Commercial of the Year Stink Digital – YouTube

this might be advertising. It’s definitely art…

Awesome – Freeze Frame Police Shootout Scene

Freeze Frame Police Shootout Scene Video – Awesome.

FORA.tv – Inside Job: Charles Ferguson

and after you’ve watched “Inside Job”, come back and watch this. I’ll be asking questions later…

FORA.tv – Inside Job: Charles Ferguson.

crimson permanent assurance.wmv – YouTube

the video that inspired the “Occupy Movement”? Perhaps not, but perhaps it ought to be…

crimson permanent assurance.wmv – YouTube.

BBC iPlayer – Storyville: 2011-2012: Inside Job

Meanwhile, if you’re in the UK, and haven’t already watched this, do so, before the week is out. It provides the most coherent explanation and timeline – as well as the full extent – of the criminal fraud perpetrated by the financial world against the rest of us.

BBC iPlayer – Storyville: 2011-2012: Inside Job.

SENSE OF FLYING – YouTube

I challenge you to watch this without tightening your sphincter!

SENSE OF FLYING – YouTube.

Scotland Yard Four cleared – on phone-hacking • The Register

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/08/17/ipcc_clears_met_cops_over_phone_hacking_misconduct_claims/

I have no idea whether Stephenson is a corrupt cop, but I doubt it. Trusted Surveillance in his situation could have made it possible for him to have kept his job. (For example by revealing his disclosure of the “gift” at the time). Yates, however, would almost certainly have no leg to stand on. But had he known that he was operating under Trusted Surveillance, it’s a fair bet he would have performed his duty somewhat more diligently…

Narcissists rise to the top because people mistake their confidence and authority for leadership qualities | Mail Online

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2024577/Narcissists-rise-people-mistake-confidence-authority-leadership-qualities.html

two fascinating reports in the Mail, explaining a major component of the authoritarian mindset. The first is this report telling us how Narcissists tend to persuade ordinary citizens – wrongly – that they are more competent than most and thus more deserving of promotion/leadership and, of course, any rewards that go with it. The result is that society tends to pick the most confident leaders rather than the most competent. That ring true with you? Works for me…