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The Buzz, Hub-Bub, The Nitty-Gritty. We got it all. Here’s an example how we ‘dress up the text’ without getting in the way of the information.
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Album Close Up

by Team n.b.
Select your Favorite Album!

Click on the Audio Button and You Are There!

All tunes were recorded @ 44 MgHz which is better than most systems can handle! For you techies, it’s ‘hard-coded’ so it’s Fast! For the rest of us, that means Instant Satisfaction. Click and Play. NOW!

Weekend At Bernie’s (1989)

(5 / 5)

by Richard Bowden

director: Ted Kotcheff
Low-budget and in bad taste yes, but this film still succeeds on its own terms where, say, Eight Heads In Aa Duffel Bag failed – a genuine black comedy for the youth market. Images such as Bernie’s artificial hand-waving, the wig-stapling and beach scene, once seen, remain indelibly in the mind. An unwise sequel in 1993 overstretched the original joke too thin, and reduced the laugh quota accordingly. Andrew McCarthy may have done more worthy projects since this, but few have been this entertaining. It’s harder to make a film this funny, without a sense of strain, than one may think. Apart from this cult highlight Kotcheff’s career contains little else of lasting interest and he has since retreated to television.

3 Reasons Why This Credit Bubble is worse than 1929

by Marc Parent

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Precursors to a Recession: Complicit Fed, Population Involved, and Greater Dependence on Credit

The market seems to have taken well to the liquidity injection by the Federal Reserve. Since the past two weeks of subprime debacles and stockmarket woes, the market is slowly gaining a foothold.  Investorslending companies are collapsing and firing thousands of people. Growing foreclosure numbers, housing pricesdepreciating, and consumer spending cut backs don’t seem to matter.  The sentiment is we will be back to good times in a matter of weeks. Just to give you some idea of how quickly the market is turning take a look at the number of foreclosure filings in California: don’t seem to care that each day a few this is no small increase.

SlideShows

by Team n.b.

Here is the slideshow section of the Beatles CD/DVD+!
All the graphics that apply to that album are displayed and run automatically. This works on any system. Totally cross-platformed. Listen while the album cycles through the tunes while watching never-before seen photos! 

The Age Of Disaster Capitalism

by Naomi Klein

In the days after 9/11, America’s firefighters, nurses and teachers were hailed as the country’s heroes. But President Bush’s embracing of the public sector didn’t last long. As the dust settled on the twin towers, the White House launched an entirely new economy, based on security – with the belief that only private firms could meet the challenge. In this exclusive extract from her new book, Naomi Klein reports on those who see a profitable prospect in a grim future.

Why We Fight

by Eugene Jarecki

The new film by Eugene Jarecki which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, is an unflinching look at the anatomy of the American war machine, weaving unforgettable personal stories with commentary by a “who’s who” of the military and beltway insiders. Featuring John McCain, William Kristol, Chalmers Johnson, Gore Vidal, Richard Perle and others, WHY WE FIGHT launches a bipartisan inquiry into the workings of the military industrial complex and the rise of the American Empire.

To Learn More: Watch The Trailer