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Marriage and Monogamy – the Lie that Blinds

by Liam Scheff – The American Anti-Role Model (But Secret Role Model) I’m reading “Sex at Dawn,” by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá (Link ), and it’s cracking open a long thought I’ve had for about 24 years (or all my life), and settling a bet or question I’ve had that long time. Monogamy. “One […]

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Oblivion – The Argument/Review

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by Liam Scheff Note: This conversation may or may not have taken place, yesterday, soon or tomorrow. This “Argument Review” is a story in the Fragments series. Jeff is stalling – still. Still waiting for me to say it for him. “How is it possible that you can’t just say it? It…?” Jeff looks at […]

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Elysium Tries To Look Like Tomorrow But Misses The Metaphor

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by Liam Scheff Elysium, the Dark Knight Rises, World War Z, Star Trek: Into Darkness, and every upcoming sci-fi action-adventure apocalypse film are all trying to tell us something: our way of life is threatened – and may be ending. And I tend to agree with that message. But they all miss the central metaphor. […]

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This is the Marvelous JoyCamp

This is the marvelous JoyCamp. My dear friends in Lost Angles – but don’t hold that against them. I loves ‘em. This is their submission for the Alex Jones video contest. Don’t forget to get the DRONE APP for your iPHONE!! And don’t forget: Don’t drive and drive! Remember: GOOOOO CIIIAAA!! And don’t forget to […]

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The Avengers – Mind Control at the Movies

By Liam Scheff theintelhub.com September 26, 2012 “The Avengers” is out on video this week. Youtube is already full of clips, and you can own your very own digital disk for between twenty and forty or fifty dollars, depending on how many “branded” pieces of plastic  you want to accompany your purchase. The film is directed […]

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My Five Favorite Movies That No One Else Will Like

Not that you asked, but. Klimt – A surrealist time-bending tale of the life of the truly great artist Gustav Klimt; the narrative structure will drive most people to distraction. The whole thing seemed true to me. John Malkovich is as perverse as he can possibly be, and it’s so wonderfully effective. And damn it, […]

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Anonymous – Will it Change Your Mind, or Make You Care?

Anonymous – Will it Change Your Mind, or Make You Care? A Movie Enticement, by Liam Scheff If I told you the Earth was shaped like a pear, would you believe me? You’d say, “No, it’s round!” And you’d be right. Except that Earth is ever-so-slightly pear-shaped. If I told you so, would you be […]

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Unmasking The Real Shakespeare

by Liam Scheff It’s been said that if a lie is told often enough, it begins to sound true. And so, you can bet that a fib that has been repeated for four hundred years may be hard to shake off. On Thursday’s Robert Scott Bell Show (10/20/11), RSB and Liam Scheff speak with Mark […]

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The Komen Race for the Cure PSA – with the TSA!

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The Singing Vaccine

What is in a vaccine!?

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