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Presidential Debate Tonight~! WATCH IT.

Posted by invizweb on November 5, 2012

(C) Free and Equal

This space has been OCCUPIED~!

I will have to say I do not always agree with the RT network.  However, after taking this quiz and another which examine your political stances with those of candidates running, I find I have more in common with “fringe oddballs” than I do with the two mainstream parties.   So tonight, I am going to be watching this debate featuring Dr.  Jill Stein and Governor Gary Johnson, two Presidential Candidates not given the same media coverage as those other two guys.   Read the rest of this entry »

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Wisconsin Video by Robert Greenwald

Posted by invizweb on March 1, 2011

Robert Greenwald, founder  of Brave New Films, created this retrospective video (which can be viewed after the jump) on the current situation in WI.

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Internet Censorship and Copyright Bill

Posted by invizweb on October 3, 2010

The following post is from the Electronic Frontier Foundation site here:

The “Combating Online Infringements and Counterfeits Act” (COICA) is an Internet censorship bill which is rapidly making its way through the Senate. Although it is ostensibly focused on copyright infringement, an enormous amount of noninfringing content, including political and other speech, could disappear off the Web if it passes.

The main mechanism of the bill is to interfere with the Internet’s domain name system (DNS), which translates names like “www.eff.org” or “www.nytimes.com” into the IP addresses that computers use to communicate. The bill creates two blacklists of censored domains. The first is longer, and includes any sites where the DOJ decides that infringement is “central” to the purpose of the site. The bill gives ISPs and registrars strong legal incentives to censor the domains on that list. The Attorney General can also ask a court to put sites on a second, shorter blacklist; ISPs and registrars are required by law to censor those sites.

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Updated (11/20/2009) with More Pictoral Content – The Invizible Web Season 4 Episode 2 (25) : Love-Hate and Xtul for All~!

Posted by invizweb on November 20, 2009

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Picture I took at the Anthology Film Archives.

On this episode of the Invizible Web, I interviewed Timothy Wyllie, formerly Father Micah of the Process Church of the Final Judgment.  We talk about the history of the sect and its de-facto leader Mary Ann de Grimston, as well as his new book that tells its story,Love Sex Fear Death:  The Inside story of the Process Church of the Final Judgement.  Also find out if dark dank robes were sexy, what Timothy do if he was the Messiah, and whatever a Xtul is.

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Disinformation World News (Episode 11) – Return of the Popobawa and a Holiday Note

Posted by invizweb on November 1, 2009

My good associates Joe McFall, Raymond Wiley, Austin Gandy, and Joe Nolan return with a brand new episode of Disinformation the Podcast! in time for this ghoulishly funtastic season, with the return of our favorite old Country Humbler cryptid.  In their own words:

California’s green initiative, the second half of our report on the Hollow Earth, and the return of the Popobawa, this week on Disinformation World News.

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Updated: 10-14-2009 Order of Esoteric Research Discussion Annotation Links

Posted by invizweb on October 15, 2009

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The New Facebook Page

Posted by invizweb on October 9, 2009

We now have a FaceBook Page for Invizible Web Unlimited, the vehicle which shall entail my two projects the Invizible Web podcast/blog and the Mexipan Power of the Hour.  It will be updated along with the blog to announce the developments.  Stay tuned for more…

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Gay Scientists Isolate Christian Gene

Posted by invizweb on September 15, 2009

Thank to Disinformation: The Podcast and Out There Radio‘s Raymond Wiley for posting this here. Read the rest of this entry »

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My Appareance Shooting the Breeze on MMA Blitz

Posted by invizweb on September 10, 2009

This week I join two friend and colleagues and shoot the Breeze ala gonzo journalism.  Note, if you are easily, I seriously ask you  not to listen.
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When Animals Get Cute Volume I

Posted by invizweb on September 8, 2009

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Posthuman Studios Has a Game for You

Posted by invizweb on September 3, 2009

From an interview Ray Huling recently conducted for H+: Read the rest of this entry »

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Woeful Blogger Drabbles#3

Posted by invizweb on August 3, 2009

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