1. 5/26/2008: Anonymous Sends John Carmichael Off the Deep End!

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    Looks like someone needs to get their overts checked! Rev. John Carmichael, the head of the Church of Scientology in New York City, made an appearance at a "Free Stress Test" table to try to prevent Anonymous from informing the public about the dubious nature behind the test itself and bigotry within the book they are attempting to sell, "Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health" by L. Ron Hubbard, by calling the cops on us. After the entire debacle explodes in Carmichael's face with none of us being charged for a crime and his own organization slapped with a fine for not having a street vending permit to run the "stress test" tables in the first place, Carmichael slowly gets more and more crazy as nothing seems to be going his way. All of this culminates in one of the most unexpected moments witnessed by New York City Anons as the greatest public relations figure for the Church of Scientology in the five boroughs is finally driven COMPLETELY FUCKING BONKERS! Epic footbullet is epic.

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    • 05 23 09 Warehouse Sale Neurotic Minds

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      05 23 09 Warehouse Sale Neurotic Minds Exposed www.myspace.com/neuroticmindsexposed PIG - SHWA - LINES - SHOCKA - AESTHETIC - POLICY - 2AB - DOT - SICK TEES - VOIZ - STAY SILLY - PUBLIC EMPIRE - ZUM - EXCESS - ADDIX - PARANOIA

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      • Charles Leadbeater - Public Policy 2.0

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        On Monday the 21st September 2009, The Eidos Institute Board and Education City hosted a breakfast with Charles Leadbeater, a leading authority on innovation and strategy and one of the most influential creative people in the world. Charlie discussed radical innovation in the public services, including the role of co-creation and user-generated services.

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        • Living Education eMagazine Discuss The Role of Parental Engagement In The Academic Success of Children

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          Dr. Michael A. Robinson, CO-CEO of Forest Of The Rain Productions and Leading national expert in the area of parental, community, and civic engagement/involvement discussed parental engagement with a distinguish panel of experts and practitioners. The panel included Sam Macer, former President of the Maryland PTA, Patricia Fletcher, former Board of Education member for Prince George’s County Public Schools, Charisma Howell, ESQ. a practicing attorney and Parent Facilitator with PLTI of Alexandria (Parent Leadership Training Institute of Alexandria) , and Dr. Yolanda Abel, Assistant Professor with Johns Hopkins University, Department of Education. The discussion focused on the importance of parental engagement and its impact on student academic achievement. The panel also examined barriers, misconceptions, and challenges parents face while supporting their children academically. Additionally, this robust discussion included the seldom heard voices of parents, who outlined their definitions, views, and suggestions about the value of parental engagement.

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          • Knowing North Korea: Reading North Korea

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            Filmed July 12, 2012 How does one analyze North Korea developments? Is it possible to get a clear read and, if so, in what areas? Is North Korea a “black box” or more knowable, especially with new openings? This third installment of this summer’s Knowing North Korea series features Dr. Sue Terry, Managing Director at Gerson Global Advisors, a strategic investment and advisory firm based in New York. In this role, she co-heads the Sovereign Advisory business and is primarily responsible for developing and managing the firm's strategy, activities and client relations in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. She is also a Senior Research Scholar at Columbia University and served most recently with the Council on Foreign Relations, National Intelligence Council and National Security Council. For more information, please visit the link below: http://www.koreasociety.org/policy/policy/reading_north_korea.html

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            • Streetfilms Interview - Claes Tingvall, Swedish Transport Adminsitration

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              While in Stockholm shooting a video on the many wonderful aspects that have made the city so walkable and livable, we were able to talk with Claes Tingvall, the Director of Traffic Safety at the Swedish Transport Administration about Vision Zero. Mary Beth Kelly, one of the founders of the NYC-based group Families for Safe Streets talked with him about numerous aspects of Vision Zero. Here is the entire interview. There will be future Streetfilms that will also feature Mr. Tingvall.

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              • Losing Track Episode 9: Limited Change

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                Part 9 of the 10 part Channel 4 documentary Losing Track,. The series was first broadcast on the 17th June 1985. Synopsis: Barbara Castle, as Minister of Transport, introduced legislation that brought new life to some provincial cities. the 1968 Act was followed by the formation of Passenger Transport Authorities. This brought all forms of transport over a wide area under one centralised body.

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                • The end of the world? We can save our Planet!

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                  The emission of CO2 by the use of oil and gas as energy sources is causing the so-called 'Greenhouse Effect'. The effect is climate change. The earth warms, more drought, less arable land and the ice melts causing floods and storms. Fossil fuels (oil, gas and coal) can and should be replaced by renewable energy sources and clean. The technology is sufficiently developed for widespread use. What we would, within decades, have a better future. The oil interests and the purchase of politicians do not allow the state to invest in solar and wind technology as an energy source. An example is the investment of 40 million dollars for the pipeline from Bolivia to Buenos Aires. This work is so stupid that not only makes us dependent on Bolivia, if the gas ran out in 2030. It promotes the use of coal and the country's economic dependence on other states. Today more than ever, we must reclaim Argentine politicians who promote the use of renewable energy.

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                  • Bat chain puller - Captain Beefheart

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                    Captain Beefhearts most hallucinating song from the album 'Shiny Beast'. Animated by Geritsel. In admiration of the musical and pictoral genius of Don van Vliet. The Youtube version of this music video is blocked by EMI and WMG, so I hope Vimeo remains a more tolerant environment for music- and animation lovers.

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                    • Sick Systems - Re-Imagineering Health Care

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                      This is my story of how a more functional health care system could be set up, where innovation will drive value creation for patients. A system that is aligned with creating quality, accessibility and affordability. And: Patient is king. You don't believe me? Watch and judge for yourself. It's still tax-funded, a "single-payer"-model, with universal health care coverage. It's just that it's constructed in a smarter way. We'd be using tax-money in a more disciplined way, and patients would get better and "more" care. This model is neither left-, nor right on an economical political scale; it can be placed anywhere. depending on how it is set up. It is however, non-authoritarian; that is, freedom of people's ideas and initiatives are protected and valued. Read more here: http://goo.gl/1SVvAk Join a respectful and constructive discussion on how we can create a superior health care system @aDoktorAsa #SickSystems Also available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdA_8ndyaXQ (I'll upload a shorter version in a couple of weeks.)

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