- blog.gwup.net Homöopathische Notaufnahme – Das Buch zum Film mit video und deutschen untertiteln
This video Face to Face with [[Julian Assange]] dated 04-11-2010 (I guess should be 2010-04-11) on Wikileaks (part 1) 51.641 views and (part 2) 7.433 views seems to be a very nice insight to the way Julian thinks.
First of all Julian goes into the 38 minutes Video taken from the gunsite of the lead apache helicopter called „crazy horse“. He describes the scene summarising the events involving people of [[Reuters]] getting shot and even killed.
Julian in my opinion argues only rationally very few emotional arguments arise. I just wonder why so few people watched the two videos.
In my opinion Julians comparison to video games might not be very helpful. I do not actually play computer games but I do not expect people that play video games to be potential killers. Actually what Julian says is: if you want to kill people go to the American army an as long as you stick to the rules you will be fine.
It’s about a girl and a boy separated by an unbreakable glass.
Since the original was using a copyrighted music, Mike Inel commissioned Daniel James (from HybridTwo) a track for this.
In this newer version, Mike Inel decided to add/improve a few things. They’re not so noticeable, but Mike Inel feels much more content with them.
There are those that are left unedited, but Mike Inel feels like it’s best to leave it that way.
Thank you everyone for giving the original ‚Draw with Me‘ a million views!
I’m sorry i’m not able to reply to all of the messages, because there are so much of them and I am pretty busy with work and other needs.
Everyone is permitted to reupload the video (perhaps edited to however your kick desires) anywhere, as long as you won’t claim you own/made it, and credits both to me and Daniel James (if his music is still in use) are present…
Pelíšky (English: Cosy Dens) is a 1999 Czech film directed by Jan Hřebejk. It is loosely based on the novel Hovno Hoří (Czech: „Flaming Feces“) by Petr Šabach.
Pelíšky is a bittersweet coming-of-age story set in the months leading up to the ill-fated 1968 Prague Spring. Teenager Michal Šebek (Michael Beran) develops a crush on his neighbor, Jindřiška Krausová (Kristýna Nováková). Michal’s family is headed by a stubborn army officer who believes that the latest East German Tupperware will sufficiently shame those American imperialists, while Jindřiška’s father is an ardent foe of the Communists saved from prison only because he is a war hero. Much to the parents‘ dismay, the younger generation couldn’t care less for politics. Instead, Michal sports a Beatles mop-top and runs a local film group specialising in Hollywood and pre-war French films, while Jindřiška starts hanging out with a mysterious hipster.
I wanted to try ruby-debug as described in the book by Patrick Lenz Simply Rails 2.0 in chapter 11. I installed the gem with »sudo gem install ruby-debug«. The following error I got staring the server with debug option prevented me from carrying on with the lesson:
USER@COMPUTER:/var/www/ror$ rails server –debug
=> Booting Mongrel
=> Rails 3.0.3 application starting in development on http://0.0.0.0:3000
=> Call with -d to detach
=> Ctrl-C to shutdown server
You need to install ruby-debug to run the server in debugging mode. With gems, use ‚gem install ruby-debug‘
I googled my ass off to find the solution. Most sites had a hint about incompatibility between ruby, rails and gems. But the solution was much more simple. Just edit the Gemfile and uncomment »gem ‚ruby-debug’« like this:
# To use debugger