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I probably enjoy Al Gore more as a teacher than a politician, which tells me that I am probably too conditioned to accept a media impression with too much weight.
I thouroughly enjoyed his documentary on the environment and I just want to add this link to this clip that I thought was very cool. ˇProvecho!
I consider myself adapted to technology and actually I might say I am an early adopter. I use all forms of technology and try out, or at least, check out the latest connectivity access. I have to admit though that I find im and chat to lack nuance for good communication. I have friends that are solely on chat and sometimes we talk about issues that are rather difficult to discuss with out endless misinterpretation without some other mode of interaction. I think that cams add a lot to the depth of
Recently in our local newspaper there was an editorial cartoon about the Alamo. On one side it had a caption that said something to the effect, “brave Americans defending the Alamo from Mexican invaders”, with a picture of the Alamo and dead bodies all around. In the next part it had George Bush waving a white flag and inviting “Mexican invaders” to come in.
I was deeply troubled by this cartoon, as it was completely false. Mexicans were not invading Texas; it was part of their country.
Y tu mama tambien is another great movie I recently saw that is excellent. This is an extremely STRONG moive. The content, script, acting, theme, sexuality are all very intense. Once again we are watching Gael García Bernal (have I mentioned I like him?) This is a boys comming of age movie in it's best sense, as in, they don't end up with impossibly happy outcomes and ready to go to college and get laid more.
This is another "Golden" era Mexican film. The story is about