Warren Green

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Unthinkable <b>DVD</b> ~ Samuel L. Jackson
Unthinkable DVD ~ Samuel L. Jackson
This film seeks an answer to the question put forward by Sean Connery's character in The Untouchables (Bilingual), to Kevin Costner's Eliot Ness: "What are you prepared to do?"

When one American's conviction leads him to plant nuclear weapons in some major U. S. cities, and then resurface with the obvious intention of being apprehended ( because he's not a coward ), "H" ( Samuel L. Jackson ) is chosen as essentially a lone interrogator. Charged with getting this home-grown terrorist's desperately needed information, before the bombs go off, killing millions of U.S. citizens.

As detonation time approaches, the… Read more
Got the Facts on Milk [Import]
3.0 out of 5 stars Just Say No!, April 17 2014
"It seems ridiculous that a man, especially in the midst of his pleasures, should have to go beneath a cow like a calf three times a day -- never weaned." - Henry David Thoreau (circa 1850)

Hopefully, a lot more people living in North America today, will soon come to appreciate the truth in that quote. Whitewash

To be fair ( to the people considering buying this film ), I don't think it was as well made as Forks Over Knives, Fat Sick & Nearly Dead [Import], or… Read more
Pricing Life: Why It's Time for Health Care Ration&hellip by Peter A. Ubel
I love ethical issues, but I get why many people, given the option, would probably prefer not to think too deeply about some of the more disturbing aspects of our sickly and aging North American population. But we're fast approaching the tipping point of unsustainability with conventional medical care, where rationing services will have to be openly acknowledged and recognized for what it is; putting a price on a human life.

If you think the ethical issue portrayed at the end of Unthinkable is untenable (or unthinkable), just wait ten years. When, depending on the severity of impoverishment in the funding available for… Read more

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