So I originally had this as a blog post on boardgamegeek.com. I suspected it would be too hot for it to handle. Sure enough, before the day was over: "Your blog has been deleted due to multiple severe violations of site rules, including defending sexism and objectification, dismissiveness to concerns about inclusiveness, personal attacks, and … Continue reading What is censorship in the face of sensitivity?
Studio employees had little time or energy for social life except when they were not working, and in those circumstances they stuck as close as they could to other motion-picture people, hoping to find a new assignment. [...] After working together all day, players and directors often dined together, visited together. For many performers, whose … Continue reading The War on Film Culture: Part 6: The Star Treatment (1910-1935)
The fight against monopolies over the film industry.
The early days of film with Thomas Edison, Enoch Rector, and the banning of boxing films.
An analysis of Dennis Hopper's criminally underrated film.
So yesterday InfoWars got banned practically simultaneously across several social media platforms. While I've never been too much of a fan of them myself, especially with how nutty Alex Jones is, this is something I don't condone for the reasons these companies have stated. The following companies who have banned InfoWars include: iTunes Spotify Facebook … Continue reading If It’s Cyber-War They Want, It’s Cyber-War They’ll Get!
And it turns out these assholes are just proving the point of that film Death of a Nation. August 4, 2018, the pro-Trump rally in Portland, Oregon gets attacked by ANTIFA thugs, and results in at least one person getting his skull cracked open and pouring out blood (he lived). You know, like the black … Continue reading SJWs attackers proving the point of Death of a Nation, and a note on BitChute