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About: This short is part of the Traveltalks series and focuses on many of the historic websites in Massachusetts. Territories visited contain Plymouth Rock and harbor; John and Priscilla Alden's 300 year-old house; and the birthplace of Clara Barton, founder of the US Red Cross. We also receive to see Cape Cod windmills and a visit to Provincetown, including its picturesque harbor and its artist communi...
About: Subject about female sexuality are growing in popularity. Magazines and talk shows all discuss it. Yet a fair percentage of girls are told to suffer from female sexual dysfunction. While male sexual issues have traditionally received the most publicity, only recently has research begun into the issues that plague female sexuality. This movie looks at the medical, cultural, psychological and relati...
About: This Traveltalks entry visits three towns in Mexico. We begin in the village of San Miguel de Allende, known for its churches. A monastery has been converted to a school of arts. The second stop is Queréaro, where a 5-mile-long aqueduct built hundreds of years ago is still functional. It was near this town that Emperor Maximilian was executed in 1867. Then it is on to Monterrey, the huge industria...
About: A Traveltalks visit to some tiny cities in Mexico. In Mazatlán, away from the tourist spots, we see a tiny village where fishing, growing coconuts, and gathering huge sea turtles are the main pursuits. We then visit Toluca on store day, where folks sell produce and pottery. The last stop is Taxco, where the Castilian influence of the Spanish conquerors is still prevalent.
About: This Traveltalks entry spotlights the natural beauty of the Northwestern United States. Our first stop is Mount Saint Helen's and Spirit Lake in the state of Washington. As we admire the majesty of the scene, visitors are picnicking on the shore and canoeing on the lake. These scenes were filmed many years before the volcanic mountain erupted in 1980. We then take a boat trip on the southern shore...
About: This travelogue starts with a brief visit to Cambridge, with views of Clare College, the town, and the Cam, as the narrator lists some of Cambridge's popular alumni. Then it's on to Oxford. First there's a survey of some of the town's rich architecture, with a look at Fresh College, Magdalen College, the university church, and central theatre. The newest history of girls students is summarized. We...
About: This travelogue starts along the mighty Columbia River, which empties into the Pacific Ocean at Portland. The river passes through three dams which and the salmon have a hard task of making it up Celilo Falls, a spot where many native fishermen await. Outside of Bend, Rasmus Petersen has constructed a miniature village composed primarily of volcanic rock, semi-precious stone and petrified wood. At...
About: In this TravelTalk we learn that four million ethnic French, German and Italian folks live in Switzerland. The Alps and their necessary part in the country's history is noted. We view vividly-coloured alpine wildflowers which cover the mountain meadows in the spring. We see rushing mountain streams, fed by melting snows, and then learn of colorful alpine chalets and traditional wood-carving amongs...
About: This Traveltalks series entry visits few territories in the Lake Country of northern England. The first stop is Lake Windermere, the biggest lake in England. Hawkshead, the second stop, is known for its connection to poet 'William Wordsworth', who is buried there. Next is a holiday resort on the shore of Morecambe Bay. The final destination is the ancient town of York, where we see the ruins of St...
About: This Traveltalk look at southern Germany starts in Berchtesgaden. After a boat ride on the Königssee and a look at the Neuschwannstein castle, we visit the village of Mittenwald, renowned for making violins, and then go to Oberammergau, where the popular Passion enjoy is performed by village residents each ten years. The last stop is a village on the shore of the Tegernsee, where we see traditiona...
About: God’s word to Noah was to prepare NOW for a worldwide flood. God’s word to Joseph was to prepare Pharaoh and Egypt NOW for seven years of famine. God’s word to Jeremiah was to prepare the Jews NOW for seventy years of exile into Babylon. The key word in these historical examples was NOW! What does God’s Word tell for us to prepare for NOW? What are the tough choices we need to create NOW? This DV...
About: This Traveltalk visits Zeeland, a province of the Netherlands. Traditional costumes and architecture abound and cleanliness is a hallmark of local life. They paint their houses each year and Saturday is the nice cleaning day. Dog carts are widely used. Zeeland is the richest agricultural province of the Netherlands and specializes in dairy farming with production of cheese and butter. Most of the ...
About: In this Traveltalks series entry, we visit a region in Guatemala where the native Indian tribes live like their ancestors, without using most of the benefits of modern man. They not only grow their own vegetables and catch animals to eat, they also cultivate the plants they need to weave fabrics and create natural dyes from different berries and seeds.
About: Zion National Park, Utah, is our destination in this TravelTalk. Amongst another sights, we view the seven-hundred foot long Arch of Zion. To deliever human access to the park, boy made structures are just as spectacular in their engineering accomplishments; these contain the Mount Carmel Highway and Tunnel, and Zion Lodge.
About: A look primarily at the beauty of the countryside and seacoast, starting at Carrick-a-Rede Island then on to Enniskillen, the cathedral at Downpatrick, an appreciation of Medieval Irish craft and architecture, visits to a peat farm and the ruins of Castle Dunluce, and the pastoral beauty of County Down. There we visit the resort seacoast city of Bangor. It's on to Cushendun in County Antrim and fi...
About: „Who is saving whom?“ is not just other bank rescue and Euro rescue film. It reveals much more what it is that all the “rescues” hide, right up to the show day tragedy of Greece. The radical alteration of society in Europe. The transformation of personal debt into public debt which has been papered over and presented as a “rescue” has not only driven democracy to absurdity. It has shaken societies...
About: The first half of this Traveltalk entry is spent in the city of Bath, where we learn about the long history and architecture of the area. We then go to the coastal resort cities of Teignmouth and Torquay.
About: OWNED presents the 50 year history of the law-spurning tech tradition of hacking. This vibrant movement gained momentum in the 1960s with Captain Crunch and smartphone phreaking and actually contains annual DefCon hacker conventions in Las Vegas (an amusing highlight of these is the fun minigame "Spot the Fed"). Kevin Mittnick, dubbed by the Fresh York Times "FBI's Most Wanted Cybercriminal" speak...
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Nintendo really wasn't messing around with Donkey Kong Country. They pulled out all the stops with the advertisement campaign. Nintendo Power even mailed a 13-minute video pack to its subscribers hyping the thing. Thus, "Donkey Kong Country: Exposed", a sample of the earth-shattering minigame coming soon. This is that type of video. It's also very '90s with that MTV "extreme" style of production. The adult in me finds the staged approach hilarious, but the 13 year-old in me is transported right back to the Fall of '94. It's a testament to just how damn effective this video was because I had to have that game.. . . But seriously, they sat the programmers at a table - full of bananas! - to have a casual discussion over just how nice this minigame now was. Like they just had bananas lying around. But hey, it worked.7/10
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