Saturday, June 17, 2006

Camtix Video Post

3 Comments:

At 8:30 AM, Blogger Mark R Brockman Fine Art said...

Tom, once again you have hit the nail on the head. I only heard about eight minutes of your video (I have dial up and it took nearly an hour to get the eight minutes) but would have loved to hear it all. Any way, I agree with voting out incumbents, I have been doing that for years. Trouble is people get angry but do nothing. They talk how they hate what so and so is doing but when it comes to actually voting them out they get scared at the voting booth and vote in the known evil (the incumbent). I for one am tire of voting for the lesser of two evils. If I do not believe in either candidate I write in my vote.
We as a people seem so duped by the Government and yet we do not seem to care. "Oh well, what can I do about it?" How sad, when all it does take, is voting out the crooks that run things now. It amazes me when you hear about a possible candidate running for office that the first thing they talk about is "how much money they have raised" not the issues, not what they stand for but how much money they have in their war chests. How very sad and tragic that is. This country is run by a corporate-rich dictatorship. We do need a revolution, not a gun shooting violent revolution but one where the people finally take control at the voting booths and stand for what they believe and not for what the crook who is running believes. But will this happen? My gut says NO. We as a people have become soft, complacent and to afraid to seek change. I wish it was otherwise. I am an artist, and recently out of my anger of how things have become, I have begun a series of paintings expressing my view. Will it help? Maybe not, but I must voice my feelings. If we all keep our feelings in, as most seem to do, nothing will change. Thank you Tom Laughlin, for your brave and make sence words. I hope many listen to you and act. keep up the good work.
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At 8:56 PM, Blogger zeebra said...

Tom,

I am in agreement with you about many of these situations. Voter apathy is a dangerous, frightening thing. We are now seeing the effects of the concept of "Bad things happen when good men do nothing."
There seems to be a national trance in this country, and I often wonder if, and howm we'll break it.
I speak, sometimes in inflammatory ways, about this in my blog, also on blogger.com
Click on my name to read my posts.
Also, not to beat a dead horse, but as I've mentioned in other emails to you, my friend (and yours) Victor Izay are still working on my film about William Mulholland. And now, I have video clips on my websites!
One great clip of one of our favorite scenes can be seen at...
http://www.geocities.com/zeebya/movies3

If you're a fan of Vic's acting, you'll love this clip. He shines!

 
At 8:56 PM, Blogger zeebra said...

Tom,

I am in agreement with you about many of these situations. Voter apathy is a dangerous, frightening thing. We are now seeing the effects of the concept of "Bad things happen when good men do nothing."
There seems to be a national trance in this country, and I often wonder if, and howm we'll break it.
I speak, sometimes in inflammatory ways, about this in my blog, also on blogger.com
Click on my name to read my posts.
Also, not to beat a dead horse, but as I've mentioned in other emails to you, my friend (and yours) Victor Izay are still working on my film about William Mulholland. And now, I have video clips on my websites!
One great clip of one of our favorite scenes can be seen at...
http://www.geocities.com/zeebya/movies3

If you're a fan of Vic's acting, you'll love this clip. He shines!

 

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