Saturday, December 30, 2006

Friday, December 29, 2006

James Brown

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I think James Brown influenced Frank Sinatra's use of tight bands and horn sections in the late 1960's. James Brown's vocals were tight bursts of jazz. He could sing ballads like Lou Rawls and croon too just to please the crowd. But his main mission was to funk. It was a damn shame he got involved with drugs, domestic violence, and jail time but his cultural and artistic contributions will continue to inspire generations.
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Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Some bulbs and animation

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Just messing around with the snow plug-in (for lack of the real stuff), Benetton Toybox, and free live music. CC Attr NC Share Alike for the video only, not the music.
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Monday, December 25, 2006

Holiday Greeting

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Certain songs sound festive to me. Like Greensleeves for example. Anyhow these three songs sound wintry or festive to me. "Gates of Eden", "Melancholia" (The Who) and "Purple Haze". All the video footage is either public domain or my own. Just go check out the Internet Archive.
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Friday, December 22, 2006

Times Square Christmas 2004

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This is a rerun. Merry Christmas to All. Music is Handel's Messiah midi pushed thru Garageband 1. Times Square, NYC 2004.

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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

A bit of my 1991

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This episode features a quick review of Jamie Saft dubs on museum montage, a look back to my 1991 share in Brooklyn with records that came out that year and played on the turntable. Everyone in the photographs have moved on to much better and brighter things.

The pictures are from my Brooklyn photo album on Flickr. I used a 35mm B&W film and processed right at home. My rig back then was a student Minolta and a toy plastic Action Tracker camera. I still take plenty of photographs.

I didn't spend time retouching the scanned B&W negatives. All the media was shared within the Mac iLife suite. My vlog and home movies would not have been easy to make without the easy to use Mac.

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Monday, December 11, 2006

Near Death Experience

This is a near death experience. Sonic Youth, I saw them a few times in the late 80's to early 90's, is a very rough, unfriendly moshpit. SY's album Sister is British new wave deprograming music (think weaning off the Echo & the Bunnymen). Sounds like it's played thru a portable radio, not even a hi fi boombox. Daydream Nation is their "Metallica" album. I liked Goo & Dirty. The latter had Butch Vig's awesome production quality and pop sensibility about it. In the early 90's, Butch Vig was the producer of the Smashing Pumpkins' Siamese Dreams and Nirvana's Nevermind.

Back to Sonic Youth. I saw them about 3 times and they weaned me off the British New Wave. SY was a gateway band for me. I saw them perform with Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. I saw the Boredoms open for them, leading me to look up Yamantaka Eye and eventually open to John Zorn's Naked City. The noise thing they had going on turned me on too to Big Black. It was about surreal alienation for me. Sister is my favorite SY album, followed by Daydream Nation, Goo and Dirty. I had my fill once Washing Machine came out. This cover by Young@Heart is about as American SY can get. Think Aaron Copland. Maybe a little of Varese's Nocturnal in the ending chorus. Very pop. The male lead vocal sounds like Roy Orbison.

Saturday, December 09, 2006

Glitter and Doom

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan is exhibiting Neue Sachlichkeit (matter of frankness) portraits from Germany's Weimar Republic 1919-1933. I liked the mixture of anxiousness of Otto Dix's drawing of Frei Korps recruits to portraits of high rollers. During this time period, there was high economic inflation and yet society seemed to go on just fine in the portraits.

The portraits are meant to show archetypes, much like photographer August Sander from the same era and area. What separates the two mediums though is the former's malleability. The portraits can appear caricature-like, even the ones commissioned by the subject. Is this admission of irony or decadence, maybe the acceptance of impending doom? Both of these examples were eventually suppressed by the Nazis. Otto Dix and others branded as degenerate; August Sanders' book plates destroyed.

Can we predict the future looking at old art? From the paintings we can discern types of people- disfigured war veterans, circus freaks, sick aging prostitutes, middle class professionals, and profiteers. Could these artists witnessing and painting ever predict a war as bad as World War I? Unimaginable I say. These people in the paintings and photographs, I wonder what happened to them once the Nazis took over. Conscriptment, concentration camp, starvation, incineration from bombings?

I was thinking about my go bag for a moment walking past these paintings. Is America headed toward a Fascist Theocracy as Frank Zappa predicted? For me, the unthinkable is nuclear warfare. A domino effect of catastrophic thermonuclear explosions killing billions, poisoning the planet. I fear losing everything to the unthinkable. The remedy for my momentary angst is to give so I may receive, learn so someday I may teach, and to have a peaceful occupation.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Sectarianist E-mail

I got an e-mail forwarded to me from the American Family Association. Their stand against the Koran instead of the Bible used at a swearing in is sectarianism. The Bible (or the Koran for that matter) is no guarantee against corruption in government. Checks and balances are better for accountability.

This type of baiting reminds me of a cock fight I witnessed in the Philippines. The handlers take turns agitating the roosters against one another. Once the birds' aggression are raised, the handlers remove the sheaths from the blades attached to the claws of the animals. The bet taker in the stand count in the money, the handlers release the birds and there is a cacaphony of gamblers, squawks, feathers and blood. The losing rooster gets cooked and if the winner is still ok to fight, it won't be dinner.

Sectarianism though is playing with dangerous human group dynamics. We all have the right to live peacefully. To agitate people against one another over religion disregards everyone's common interest of living peacefully. It's not yelling "Fire!" falsely in a crowded theatre but is a little more subtle. It suggests religious practice is a requirement to be a human being.

We all smile, we all want to be happy, and we have similiar emotions. Our common interests should not be obscured by religious sectarianism.

Billy Bragg

I saw Billy Bragg in NYC back on 1989. Seventeen years ago. I'm amazed how hammered I got and lost rationality through my years. You have this early idealism and then drift off to apathy. Sad but to listen to these tunes, it's pretty reaffriming to just pick yourself up, get back up. If you ever tried vegetarism and I'm talking about completely vegan, you know what I mean about personal clarity. I'm not talking about fasting but eating five square vegan meals a day for a few days. I feel the same way listening to Billy Bragg, some 17 years later. "Good God", I've been such a foolish clown.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Pre Work Post

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Back to work, Monday. Garageband 1 loops & my own footage from the Botanical Garden.

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Sunday, November 26, 2006

Link to Dugged Daily Kos Article

A link to the Daily Kos. It would be great if Congress will agree to hold hearings. The pursuit of happiness requires housekeeping. The Bush Administration has made a lot of people in the world displeased with America and it has used our military for its own monetary interest.

The Equalizer

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Fun with the Internet Archive. The music is from "Pearl of the Orient". The knives are from "Knife Thrower and Children", "Boy with a Knife", and "Balisong Tricks". There are consequences.

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Promo Clip

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45 sec promo plug for my Vlog account. Footage is from Coca Cola called "Pearl of The Orient" from the Internet Archive. Music loops are from Garageband 1.

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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Nov. 25, 2006

This was from Sept. 19, 2006 in NYC. CNN keeps a record of casualties from Afghanistan and Iraq. I seriously think Bush and his friends do not care half as much as this guy.


Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving

Scooby's here. To the bait and switch crowd, nihilists, and occultist naysayers who may see eating turkey and celebrating Thanksgiving as just a commercial enterprise, you can bugger off. I don't care if it's invented, it's a good thing despite the blood and gore of killing a turkey. Settlers and aborigines have interacted from the day Pilgrims landed, to Lewis & Clark, and the Oneida using Berlitz to get their language spread. So, to the nihilistic naysayers occultists who need some profound fulfilment, try some candied yams. Think about making a modest plate and enjoying it- but don't turn it down while not remembering the less fortunate. Go fast but don't flaunt it, so only your master will reward you.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

"2006 Promo for Erik Nelson"

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C'mon, everybody is doing it, it's the coolest. Garageband 1 loops, Public Domain footage and soundbytes for Bottom Union's promo. Is this the 2nd year?

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Sunday, November 19, 2006

June 2004 White House Reply

In June 2004 I wrote President Bush about how troops were underarmored. I also disagreed how the troop levels were too low to disarm armed militias and control arms smuggling. I wrote the same letter to my senator and representative. This is the reply I got from the White House:
White House Reply, June 2004
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I felt Iraq could just be an unpopular war controlled by a few politicians. In Dec. 15, 2005, I revlogged President Nixon describing the US situation in Vietnam. I felt that President Bush made an awful decision to drag the country into Iraq and made the domestic situation basically "if you're not with us, you're against us". He used the shock of the 9/11 attacks to get the Iraq invasion going. In March 2006 I blogged my frustrations at the Iraq War. Unlike the Bosnia conflict, the US weren't on a peacekeeping mission to stop a civil war. The US wasn't part of a large multinational force. The Bush administration started the chaos and we are made to repair it at cost of our military and civilians caught in the middle. How is the withdrawal going to pan out? Perhaps the surrounding countries may contribute to a stabilizing force? It's difficult to say. Whoever takes the Presidency from Bush will have to deal with withdrawing the troops without further destabilizing the region.

Saturday, November 18, 2006


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Fun with the Archive and Garageband 1. As with the post before this, it is CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike; because not everything is about the money.

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Thursday, November 16, 2006

1 Year Vlog Anniversary

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I posted Vlog Militia Man (Inspired by Chuck Olsen's Vlog Santa) in Dec. 22, 2005, as noted by the Internet Archive. The Hummus Episodes (Parts 1 and 2) I did in Jan. 2006. On Dialogue was my bit on people rushing off to war and our need to recoup from such errors (July 23, 2006). I did a series from a peace march (11 posts, 5th one here). Keeping it rough. I tried cooking, editorial, self defense, and journal posts. I think my personal favorites are the ones on WW 2 survivors, vloggers, and peace marchers.

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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Eisenhower Revlog

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Public Domain video.

I went to my Continuing Education class this past Monday and was sitting in front of a Vietnam veteran. Out of curiosity I asked him before class started if there was war profiteering in the Vietnam War. From his usual mild mannered demeanor was a something like "...[D]amn right there was. Do you know Eisenhower's presidential farewell speech? Does anyone remember? He warned us of the military industrial complex!"

I then followed up by asking whether Eisenhower was simply "pro factory" or "pro military". The woman to my left, from around the same generation as the gentleman, firmly added "no, he was against the rise of the military industrial complex. No one seems to remember."

I did remember that Eisenhower was the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe and eventually the president. I also vaguely remembered he was from West Point. In my 3 years as a US Army enlisted soldier, West Point officers were great to work with. Virginia Military Institute and the Citadel officers had their "rivalry" but West Point platoon leaders were above it yet unaloof.

Using Google and YouTube I found the video and transcript. There's a video version out, punctuated by music but the version I am re vlogging is straight TV footage. As a human being I think equanimity and compassion should be practiced towards the less fortunate. War profiteering is disregard of life. The United States grows enough food to feed the world. The system of distribution obviously does not work and war profiteers don't help in this issue by arming people to go fight wars. What are we supposed to do as human beings? I think this woman has an idea. Also, I think I want to point out my video mashup from last January. How far can we the informed citizen go? We can go at least as far as watching how our elected officials vote on issues. We can write our representatives in government and let them know what's important to us. We can also join like minded individuals and make a combined effort to get our thought across. I don't think it's too late to make a change. It may not happen in our lifetime but for the next generation, it's worth it to work for peace.

transcript of Eisenhower's farewell speech

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Friday, September 29, 2006


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Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial Share Alike 2.5 Music Video. I should get an award for still using the same Garageband 1 loops since it came out. The arm's alright.
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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

United for Peace & Justice #11

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #10

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #9

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #8

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #7

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #6

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #5

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #4

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #3

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #2

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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United for Peace & Justice #1

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Sept.19, 2006 Tuesday United for Peace and Justice march and rally to the UN.
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Thursday, September 07, 2006

"In Red" - Hogg

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19 MB 3 min. "In Red" by Hogg. Short intro from dark bicycle ride. End shot from Hormel plant film, in public domain from Hogg is Peter Scartabello - drums, Mike Mckay -vocals, Greg Brothers - vocals & guitar, Jamie Thomas - guitar.
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Food Not Bombs

Monday, September 04, 2006

For Tom Cruise

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20 MB 4 min. This episode is dedicated to Tom Cruise, the DVD royalties champion. Sources used:, first song "Places I've Lived" by Francisco Daum, "Get Off This" by Cracker from the Internet Archive Live Music Collection.
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My mainly Attribution Non Commercial Share-Alike photographs.
Food Not Bombs

Wednesday, August 23, 2006


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35 MB 7 min. The beach, my favorite scene from "On the Waterfront" (great study for jump cuts) , and Hogg playing last month.

Music: "Ocean" by VU, "Frost" by Hogg.

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Friday, August 18, 2006

Music Episode

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In this episode are clips from Node 101 Weekend Worldwide from Manhattan, The Meters at the NYC Nokia Theatre, and HOGG at AS 220 in Providence, RI. These were all within the past three weeks. Also, due to late night video posting, I mispelled Kahlil Gibran- poet, novelist, and figurative artist.

Music excerpts: "Redlight" squeezed thru Garageband 1, "He Bite Me"- The Meters, & HOGG soundcheck.

My mainly Attribution Non Commercial Share-Alike photographs.

Thursday, August 17, 2006


I was on my way to go see X at the Nokia Theatre. I saw smoke on the Manhattan Bridge and thought for a moment- "Detour, avoid at all costs! Anyhow I figure I'll squeeze off some frames for a small car fire but it turned out to be a bigger job. I missed the concert but I have about 400 frames for the FDNY Photo Unit. The track fire caused minor smoke inhalation injuries and power was shut down on both directions.


Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Aug 15, 2006

Just a quick post, saw Mac OS X Leopard article on Spaces, reminded me of the virtual desktops you can add to the dock on a Linux box when using KDE from the 90's. I don't mean to be a sourpuss though. I'm very happy with OS X Panther in general and most of my software are still strictly for PPC.

I've got some evergreen video to upload, music from Jerseyband, the Meters, and Hogg. I shot soundless .mov's at the Meters show and added a brief music clip to the footage round it off. The brief music clip falls under fair use because I'm including a review of the band.

I stopped by's event for Node 101 Weekend Worldwide. Streaming web media will help the global online commmunity further get acquainted with one another. With this in mind I'm really feeling left behind by staying with .mov's and Quicktime instead of Flash. Just one more reason to head down to and get some coding implemented. I haven't had the time to view the vPIP users that the Yahoo Vlog group have pointed out. Anyway, after I recertify my CFRD for my job as a firefighter, it should be all go again for Jiu Jitsu, Vlogging, and kicking back. Today's links are the Maha Mangala Sutta and the Carter Center.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Charity, Aug. 6, 2006

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26 MB 5 min "Happy are they who are charitable at all times." -Psalms 106:3. What you just saw was a clip from a DVD that Venice firefighters gave to me on their visit to Engine 26. This shirt I'm wearing is also from them. In return I bought them one of our FDNY shirts and directions to the Fireboat unit on the Hudson River.

This music is from CC

What can $500 get you? Well on average the legal price of an assault weapon in the United States is around this area. An M-16, an AK-47 with some extra parts & ammunition. Of course it's a whole cheaper in the illegal black market. But I want to show you what $500 in other ways.

from their website- Doctors Without Borders-

$50 Purchases a cold chain-cooler that transports up to 1,000 measles vaccinations when conducting a mass immunization campaign.

$100 supplies volunteers with all the necessary equipment to vaccinate 80 refugees against diseases such as measles, meningitis, and yellow fever.

$250 Provides more than 700 patients with emergency health care for up to three months.

$500 Delivers anesthesia, disposable supplies needed for infusions, and other materials needed for 75 patients to undergo life saving surgery.

from Save the Children, $500 is enough for 15 months of sponsoring a needy child with extra nutrition and reading programs.

For me, $500 is a about three quarters of my rent here in my East Harlem studio.. flash version. Photo Credits: the following Flickr members djenn, Boyzynberry, John P., Eileen Delhi, Elly Thompson, jeremysabol, adamhenning, CharlesFred, YimYounkin.

Music credit: "Mercades Capri"- mystro from

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Today's links: Doctors Without Borders, Work for NYC, Charity Navigator

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

3 CC Songs

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15 MB 3 min. CC AttrShareAlike songs I made today on Garageband 1. "Hokey", "Country" and "Hugo Faux". The images are from my Flickr album and most of them are available for CC AttrShareAlike. flash version. Today's links: Doctors Without Borders, Work for NYC, Charity Navigator

Sunday, July 23, 2006

July 23,2006 A Bit On Dialogue

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43 MB 8 min. My bit on dialogue, recent traipsings, jiu-jitsu and Manhattan. flash version. Today's links: Carter Center, CC NonCommercial images, Hope #6

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Never Ending Conflicts

A very good friend asked me what should be done about never ending conflicts. I strongly disagree with violence, I feel we are all the same generally, and there is a mountain of work to grapple when it comes to pointing out the benefits of dialogue.

The benefits of dialogue and non-violence:

1. We can agree to disagree, we can walk away from one another while keeping our health intact.

This is problematic when the other party is not in the position to make anymore sacrifices or in a position of desperation.

In this instance a mediator is required and hear each other's case.

2. Dialogue and non-violence respects others not involved in the conflict.

Verbal crossfire is ok, the tension is just mental. But when dialogue breaks down and turns into violent confrontation- the possibility of real physical injury arises. No matter what is used- fist, knife, gun, armies...the reality is that people will get hurt and worse killed. Instead of being merely annoyed by a verbal argument, violent behaviour hurts everyone.

3. Dialogue and non-violence is natural and humane.

We have intellectual superiority over animals. We also behave in a territorial manner much like animals. Dialogue and non-violence is a way for us to get along, out of respect for one another.

If we get more education in the picture- to see our past mistakes and to resolve not to repeat them again, I really believe we can help dialogue and non-violence.

I think there's plenty of us peacemakers. We gripe about our own governments but generally we care for one another, regardless of race, creed or nationality. We don't accomplish as much when we practice divisive speech let alone behaviour. We have to remain hopeful.

Monday, July 10, 2006

Why I'll miss Amanda Congdon at RB

Amanda Congdon was not aloof and like me, dislike Neo Cons, SUV's and Scientology. I think RB's viewers had a tendency to take her for granted but the bottom line is she's only human. If vloggers have to do something about the RB situation, I think it would be best not to be divisive. We're all in this vlogging thing so lets hope for the best and resolve not to repeat past mistakes. Go break a leg, Amanda.


Friday, July 07, 2006

Casual Friday- july4us

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50 MB 10 min. Me drinking beer, art, sports grappling and my firehouse. flash version.

today's link: The Innocence Project

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

02 July 4 US

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15 MB 3 min. Tagged july4us for the month of July. Independence day for me, as an immigrant, holds very special meaning. Number 1 and still is survival. The Philippines, where I came from, if you were poor, like me, you had 2 choices. You'd either go hungry or become a priest.

Luckily for me, my grandparents and parents were American citizens which meant it wasn't a problem becoming one myself in 1983.

Besides having a better chance of survival here in America- there's also ways for people to get ahead in life compared to where I was born. As long as you work hard, avoid drugs and alcohol, and be peaceful- you will better see the choices you have here in America.

It's not only about staying alive but the groups of people you spend time with. Here in America, you can live in immigrant communities or assimilate. It may not be as simple as that but my opinion is if you work hard, avoid drugs & alcohol, and be peaceful- improving one's lot is easier here than it is in the Philippines.

I believe I'm more accomplished here in America due to its combination of free speech, civil rights, prosperity, and free enterprise. flash version

feature link: Refugees International (4 star rating from

Monday, July 03, 2006

01 July 4 US

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22 MB 4 min. Tagged july4us for the month of July. flash version

Music: 5 sec. excerpt "Warm and Beautiful"-Paul McCartney, "America The Beautiful" -Happyland Band

Sunday, July 02, 2006

Day 7 Rerun 2006 - A Murder

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47 MB 9 min. "On The Lam" is the title of this short movie I made using iMovie 4, 8mm analog and mini dv footage I shot on my own. All the music is original and can be found on my free music page. I wanted to channel a conundrum I was in. I had no one to share a weird event in my life, so I took notes and basically held it in until one day, I sat with with paper and pencil. I drew 3 columns, labeling each video, audio, and dialogue. I had a rudimentary storyboard and sank into iMovie 4. The main events occurred in the Summer of 1998. I picked up embellishments, the fable grew & I finished this in early 2004. I "vlogged" it into the interweb in Oct. 19, 2005.

The compression is improved a tiny bit from .mp4 to .mov. It's kind of like Rashomon meets Goodfellas as a monologue. The narrator is a human trafficking, drug dealing, gun toting male living near a lawless, unnamed border. This situation leads him into murder but he tries to sweet talk his audience for understanding. flash version here

feature link: Amnesty International USA

Friday, June 30, 2006

Rerun for Friday

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23 MB 5 min. My rerun for Rerun Week. This was my first ever vlogpost (Oct 19, 2005). Everything is stock, except this time around I added voiceover to the unreadable subtitles. I'm still geting comfortable with iLife 04 and panther to this day. The quotes are from the Dhammapada. flash version here

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Wonderful Wednesday

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50 MB 11 min. Music, work, and fitness. Music: John Zorn's "Kisofim" from Circle Maker, Masada live at the Tonic, Electric Masada live, and Masada Guitars. Musicians highlighted- John Zorn, Dave Douglas, Greg Cohen, Marc Ribot & Bill Frisell. Second segment is Grappling & Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament footage. Music: "Mais Que Nada"- Sergio Mendes & Brazil '66. I don't have research for a political action so here is a link- special feature link: Lisa Rein (she sings like Chrissie Hynde).flash version here

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Vloggercon 2006 Installment 12

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11 MB 2 min. I would like to thank the following people- Josh Wolf, Alex Menendez, girl, Mario Librandi, Andrew Congdon, Lukas Blakk, Juan Antonio & Cristina Cordova, Michael Schaap, Nadav, Raymond, Galacticast, Vlogmap/Leanback Vids, Lisa Rein, Tim Street, Anne Walk, Amanda Congdon, Zadi Diaz, Vu Bui, Lan Bui, Share Ross, Eric Rice, Zenophon Abraham, Laura Moncur, Gabe McIntyre, Mary Beth, Erin Nealey, Eddie Codell, Brittany, Zulma Aguiar, Ted Tagami, Bev Sykes, Paul Knight, Smithie Boho, Randy Mann, and Ben Williams. Thanks for the interview. Special thanks to, Ryanne Hodson and Michael Verdi. Thanks to Nathan Miller for his help and his interview questions. Thanks to Vloggercon 2006 for bringing together caring and creative people. Have a peaceful summer.flash version here

Music: 1st 2 minutes of WA Mozart's Clarinet Quintet in A Major.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Vloggercon 2006 Installment 11

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26.8 MB 5 min Vloggercon 2006 interview of Randy Man from and Ben Williams from Interview questions written by Nathan Miller. flash version here

Friday, June 16, 2006

Vloggercon 2006 Installment 10

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21 MB 4 min Bev, Paul, Smithie Boho- Interview questions by Nathan Miller. flash version here

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Vloggercon 2006 Installment 9

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Britney from Modern Feminist/Holla Back Boston/Shooting Full Force,
Zulma from, Ted from 9th episode of Vloggercon 2006 interviews. Questions written by Nathan Miller.

Vloggercon 2006 Installment 8

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34 MB 8 min. Interview of Mary Beth from, Erin Nealey from Mom's Brag Vlog (I didn't have all the questions at the time), and Eddie Codell of GETV. Interview questions were written by Nathan Miller.