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All Night Horrorshow!

Created: 1 decade 3 years 12 months ago
Views: 2,550

This collection is being compiled in tandem with the Horrorshow Collective.



Vault o' History

Created: 1 decade 3 years 11 months 2 weeks ago
Updated: 1 decade 3 years 8 months 1 week ago
Views: 3,156



Raven's Favorites!

Created: 1 decade 3 years 11 months 2 weeks ago
Updated: 1 decade 3 years 6 months 4 weeks ago
Views: 4,658



JapanSift

Created: 1 decade 4 years 2 months ago
Views: 6,980

All vids Japanese!



Frak Me, I Love Battlestar Galactica!

Created: 1 decade 3 years 11 months 3 weeks ago
Updated: 1 decade 3 years 6 months 2 weeks ago
Views: 2,366



Mess-O-Potamia

Created: 1 decade 3 years 11 months 1 week ago
Updated: 1 decade 3 years 9 months 1 week ago
Views: 10,803

Whether you were fer it, or agin' it, whatever your original stance, y'all gotta admit, the War in Iraq has indeed dissolved into a great, big, giant, Mess-O-Potamia!

For videos shot by the soldier's themselves, please see my related playlist: Vids From the Front!



Hey Nature Boy...

Created: 1 decade 3 years 11 months 2 weeks ago
Updated: 1 decade 3 years 6 months 3 weeks ago
Views: 2,662

"... you're lookin' at me with some unrighteous intention"



Vids From the Front

Created: 1 decade 3 years 12 months ago
Updated: 1 decade 3 years 7 months ago
Views: 5,498

I’ve plucked these vids from my Mess O’ Potamia playlist because I find them to be a highly fascinating development in the documentation of warfare. The advances in technology in the last decade have made it much easier for soldiers to record the chaos of the world they live it on the front lines. The internet, in turn, allows for faster and wider dispersal of their experiences. Vietnam might have been the first televised war, but this war is probably documented 100x more thoroughly... there are not only more news networks now, but there is 24-hour coverage, AND the media has as much of a stake in the war as any other industry. War is covered now like it has never been, and these videos are an integral part of that increase in coverage. How will all this immediate access to events on the ground change how the civilian population views war? We've already started seeing some of the effects of this with the Abu Ghraib scandal. Where will it go from here?





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