More Educational Videos for VT Adult Courses


by Tom Valentine


If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a good video is worth a row of textbooks.

On top of video fare already suggested in these columns.

May I present some more great viewing/learning for responsible adults and students in our pathetic institutions?

Previously, you have been directed to the fare on this forum: We Don’t Need Lying Schools When We Have Video-Internet

Now direct those mouse things to: Chemtrails by bastards:

Or this sharp portrayal of Media and war-mongering:

Maybe a shorter version of the rotten chemtrail games here:

We must not allow our growing weariness over this seemingly thankless task of prying dull wits out of slumber to get the upper hand. The Mattoids did not build global slavery in a day, we can’t expect to overcome thousands of years of distortion in a few year’s time.

Keep on keeping on! Truth is not on their side.

Village Books donates more than $10,000 to community, tsunami relief efforts.(Nonprofit notebook)(Brief Article)

Bellingham Business Journal January 1, 2005 Village Books has announced that as a result of ticket sales from two separate Village Books Literature Live events held at Bellingham High School, three community organizations have received cash donations to help them in their efforts. see here bellingham high school

On Nov. 30, Village Books brought Pulitzer Prize winning poet, essayist and naturalist Gary Snyder to speak on his new collection, “Danger on Peaks.” Receiving the $4,045 donation from the ticket sales of Snyder’s event was the North Cascades Institute.

On Dec. 2, Village Books Literature Live returned to the auditorium at Bellingham High School with internationally respected geneticist, environmentalist, world leader in sustainable ecology, broadcaster, and author of over 30 books Dr. David Suzuki. Sharing the ticket income from the Suzuki event was Sustainable Connections and the Whatcom Land Trust; each group received $2,022.50.

In response to the tsunami disaster, Village Books has also contributed $2,541 to aid victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Southeast Asia. The funds represent 5 percent of the revenue on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day during the store’s annual sale. Direct Relief International was chosen as the recipient of the donation because of their extremely high ratings for efficiency and their dedication to providing aid without regard to race, ethnicity, political or religious affiliation, gender, or ability to pay. go to web site bellingham high school

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