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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

David Archuleta's Imagine Not on iTunes



This morning I blogged about looking for David Archuleta's Imagine on the iTunes music store: David Archuleta — “Imagine” — MP3.

It's still not there, and the Pre-Order link is gone.

What is happening at the iTunes music store? I don't see any of the guy's songs from Tuesday night on there, and the girl's songs have an expected release date of Friday.

Seems like a long lead time to me.

People Vote For Leaders

Times they are a changing (Scripting News):
"People don't vote on policy, they vote for leaders, for people whose values seem American to them, for people they feel they can trust."

What Do Elders Think About John McCain's Age?

The Time Goes By Interview - Alex Bennett:
"Ronni Bennett: John McCain is being attacked more frequently lately as being too old - 72 at inauguration if he is elected - to be president. What do you think?

Alex Bennett: Well, death or incapacity could be more of a reality at his age as it is for the rest of us, so who he chooses as his VP is crucial. Obama will no doubt use his age as a negative."

Senator Hillary Clinton Debates Saturday Night Live

The Democratic Debate in Cleveland - New York Times Transcript:
"SEN. CLINTON: Well, can I just point out that in the last several debates, I seem to get the first question all the time. And I don't mind. I -- you know, I'll be happy to field them, but I do find it curious, and if anybody saw 'Saturday Night Live,' you know, maybe we should ask Barack if he's comfortable and needs another pillow. (Laughter, boos.) I just find it kind of curious that I keep getting the first question on all of these issues. But I'm happy to answer it."


Over at MSNBC:
Clinton's complex challenge; Obama's one job which includes two nice little widgets that allow you to explore:
Ten key votes by Barack Obama
Ten key votes by Hillary Clinton
Would be nice if the widget was embedable here..

David Archuleta — “Imagine” — MP3



I went over the Apple's iTunes store to find David Archuleta's version of John Lennon's Imagine from last night.

Wasn't there.

Found it on Google though: David Archuleta — “Imagine” — American Idol 7 Top 20 — Video MP3 : rickey.org — American Idol 24/7

Update:
Following the FOX broadcast, you can pre-order your favorites and you will receive an email as soon as the performance is available for download. Music performances will be available for $0.99 per song.

Apple iTunes

I signed up to get an email update when the song is available.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Monday, February 25, 2008

Tina Fey Hosts SNL



Tina Fey = Funny

Clinton's Disheveled Campaign

The Audacity of Hopelessness - New York Times:
"This is the candidate who keeps telling us she’s so competent that she’ll be ready to govern from Day 1. Mrs. Clinton may be right that Mr. Obama has a thin resume, but her disheveled campaign keeps reminding us that the biggest item on her thicker resume is the health care task force that was as botched as her presidential bid."
via [ Dave Winer ]

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Super Tuesday became a tech tour de force for the UpTake

Julio Ojeda-Zapata writes, Technology A to Z - With easy, affordable tools, anyone can be a video journalist:
Mobile phones. The video cameras in newer cell phones have become live-reporting tools, courtesy of new services that send moving images over the Internet as they're being captured. These services include Qik, Kyte, ComVu and Flixwagon. When paired with certain cutting-edge handsets, such as Nokia's N95, video journalism becomes possible.

Reuters has paired N95s with the ComVu service as part of a Mobile Journalism Toolkit experiment. Minnesota-based Technology Evangelist, which specializes in Web-based video coverage of technology topics, used Qik for live reporting from the Consumer Electronics Show late last year. During the recent Super Tuesday of U.S. presidential primaries and caucuses, MTV sponsored 51 citizen journalists using phones equipped with Flixwagon.

Likewise, the UpTake has harnessed Qik with several N95s for live webcasting on the group's home page. It accomplished this with a first-ever melding of Qik with Mogulus, which permitted N95-packing UpTake correspondents in St. Paul and Boston to zap their video directly to that little window on the group's home page.

Super Tuesday became a tech tour de force for the UpTake.

Chuck Olsen was in a New Orleans bar during Mardi Gras celebrations (Super Tuesday and Fat Tuesday happened to coincide this year), webcasting live via Mogulus and the iSight videocam built into his MacBook Pro laptop. This permitted him to co-anchor the UpTake's national coverage of that night's political mega-event (despite a few technical glitches) alongside volunteers in St. Paul.

UpTake executive director Jason Barnett was in St. Paul with one of the organization's two N95s, transmitting footage of inner-city Democratic caucusing. Video blogger Steve Garfield had the other N95 in Boston, transmitting from a bar near Fenway Park as he solicited the political views of fellow tech-heads. This event was a technical coup for Garfield, a veteran Qik user, who negotiated the agreement between Mogulus and Qik so the services could interact for the first time.

Superdelegates are changing their minds

Soaring Obama starting to reel in superdelegates - The Boston Globe:
WASHINGTON - The Democratic superdelegates are starting to follow the voters - straight to Barack Obama.

In just the past two weeks as Obama has reeled off 11 straight victories, more than two dozen of them have climbed aboard his presidential campaign, according to a survey by the Associated Press. Hillary Clinton's are beginning to jump ship, abandoning her for Obama or deciding they now are undecided.

The result: He's narrowing her once-commanding lead among these superdelegates, the Democratic officeholders and party officials who attend the national convention and can vote for whomever they choose."

Obama and Clinton: CNN Texas Debate Mashup


Obama and Clinton: CNN Texas Debate Mashup - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Obama and Clinton: Breaking Us In Two.

Joe Jackson music video parody. Mashup of CNN Texas debate footage.

New at Cup O Politics.

Hope you like it.

Joanne's Inner Soundtrack (with Paul Dateh)

What YouTube is not

Henry Jenkins writes, Learning From YouTube: An Interview with Alex Juhasz (Part One):
Alex Juhasz taught a course about YouTube last term at Pizer College, a small liberal arts school in California. As she explains below, Juhasz and her students adopted novel strategies for not simply engaging with YouTube content but also for using the YouTube platform to communicate their findings to a world beyond the classroom.


What YouTube is not:
What limitations did you discover about Youtube as a vehicle for critique and analysis?

My hope that the students would be able to see and name the limits of this site as a place for higher education were quickly met. By the mid-term, we could effectively articulate what the site was not doing for us. Our main criticisms came around these four structural limitations: communication, community, research, and idea-building. We found the site to inexcusably poor at:

-allowing for lengthy, linked, synchronous conversation using the written word outside the degenerated standards of many on-line exchanges where slurs, phrases, and inanities stand-in for dialogue.

-creating possibilities for communal exchange and interaction (note the extremely limited functionality of YouTube's group pages, where we tried our best to organize our class work and lines of conversation), including the ability to maintain and experience communally permanent maps of viewing experiences.

-finding pertinent materials: the paucity of its search function, currently managed by users who create the tags for searching, means it is difficult to thoroughly search the massive holdings of the site. For YouTube to work for academic learning, it needs some highly trained archivists and librarians to systematically sort, name, and index its materials.

-linking video, and ideas, so that concepts, communities and conversation can grow. It is a hallmark of the academic experience to carefully study, cite, and incrementally build an argument. This is impossible on YouTube.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

The Real Delegate Count



Does not include al those mind changing superdelegates.

via [ Election Center 2008 - Election & Politics News from CNN.com ]

Monarch - Closer Arrows Music Video

Audio Pod Chronicles: Conversation with Steve Garfield


Audio Pod Chronicles: Conversation with Steve Garfield - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Len Edgerly interviewed me for Audio Pod Chronicles: 53 Conversation with Steve Garfield. Listen.

Len describes the interview:
Video evangelist Steve Garfield met me this morning at Sweet Finnish at 761 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain, where each month for the past two years he has hosted Boston Media Makers in a back room filled with fascinating media creators, artists, and gadget freaks who have a chance to meet and share enthusiasms and info. BMM meets the first Sunday of the month at 10 a.m. for two hours. In this interview, Steve remembers how he first got into blogging, then video blogging, a genre he pretty much invented, and now live mobile "storycasting." Steve shows how a playful, experimental, happy engagement with new technology can yield results far beyond a mere effort to "monetize" internet innovation. He does talk about the nuts and bolts of moving toward making a living in this space, as well as what he's learning right now about the new frontier of mobile live broadcasting.
I enjoyed talking with Len. I hope you like the interview.

More Info:
2004: The Year of the Video Blog - First Video Blog post
Yahoo! Videoblogging Group
Vloggercon 2005 - First Vloggercon NYC
Meet the Vloggers - NYC SoHo - June 2005
Boston Media Makers - Meets in Boston on the first Sunday of each month
Steve is a DJ - My old playlists from WZBC
Spices of Life - Food, Health, Lifestyle videoblog
Boston City Councillor John Tobin
Steve Garfield, Mobile Video Journalist - Experimenting with mobile broadcasting. ( N95, AT&T, Qik )
Momentshowing - Jay Dedman's Video Blog
iJustine - Lifecaster
Jim Long - Exploring new media
My technology bucket list for 2008
The UpTake and Veracifier - News by us
Mogulus - A TV station on your Mac

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

The Real Delegate Count



Election Center 2008 - Election & Politics News from CNN.com

American Idol Jordin Sparks in Ghana



Jim Long is in Ghana with the president as a cameraman for NBC News.

Jim says on his blog:
In nine days we will have traveled to Israel, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt. My job with NBC News allows me unique access to history and I take advantage of these moments to share what we’re covering with friends on Twitter.
This morning I saw a post from him that points us to what was a live video stream using QIk of American Idol Jordin Sparks in Ghana.

Check it out.

Stay with the video until the end for a short tune from Jordin Sparks.

Jim is showing us the future... I'm excited by all the possibilities.


Jordin “Sparks” an Interest in Fighting Malaria in Africa:
American Idol Winner Jordin Sparks will make an appearance during the President and Mrs. Bush’s trip to Ghana tomorrow, in an effort to highlight malaria’s devastating effect on mothers and children throughout Africa. Last year’s Idol Gives Back charity special educated tens of millions of Americans about the malaria crisis in Africa and raised more than $17 million to fight malaria in Africa.
Visit: MalariaNoMore.org - Help Save Lives.

More:
Jeff Pulver: The Qik PSA: American Idol winner Jorin Sparks in Ghana Speaking out Against Malaria

Speed Test is Faster with OpenDNS



Speakeasy - Speed Test:
"Last Result:
Download Speed: 29813 kbps (3726.6 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 2713 kbps (339.1 KB/sec transfer rate)"
Wow.

After installing OpenDNS on my router, the speeds here are faster.

More:
Scott Beale on OpenDNS.

Barack Obama cruised past a fading Hillary Rodham Clinton



Obama Wins Wis. Primary, Hawaii Caucus:
WASHINGTON (AP) - Barack Obama cruised past a fading Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Wisconsin primary and Hawaii caucuses Tuesday night, gaining the upper hand in a Democratic presidential race for the ages.

The twin triumphs made 10 straight for Obama, and left the former first lady in desperate need of a comeback in a race she long commanded as front-runner.
It's not looking good for Hillary. People don't like her going negative.
Allocation of the 20 Hawaii delegates was not being calculated until later Wednesday.

The network commentators like John King on CNN are now asking people to exclude the Superdelegate count when looking at the race to see who is ahead.

Like I've been saying all along.

Superdelegates are going to change their minds and back the front runner.

Monday, February 18, 2008

I got Spam Text Messages on my iPhone from 25downloads.com

This is getting monotonous!

I just got a Spam Text Message on my iPhone from 25downloads.com

I won't bore yo with the details because that would mean that I'd have to type them all in.

I'm not doing that anymore...

Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam!

I got Spam Text Messages on my iPhone from b4p.com

I just got an unsolicited text message on my cell phone from 882-30:
b4p: Ur PIN is ... Enter it online now or reply OK 2get Ur chance 2win $1k iTunes GiftCard,$100/m,$10,000/m,or $1,000,000. $9.99/m. Rules+T&C+info@b4p.com
Then minutes later I received a follow up unsolicited text message:
U have not submitted ur pin. Reply OK to get a chance 2win $50k or a Sony Laptop as a premium mbr! rules/t&c @ b4p.com 800-861-7414 9/99/m be out next winner now!
I went to their website and called and left a voice message.
They had better not send me another text message.

I got Spam Text Messages on my iPhone from Thumbplay

From 480-00
....is ur Thumbplay password. Enter it online or reply for BONUS ringtones. Terms at Thumbplay.com Text HELP for help. Must be 18+. $9.99/mo +Std rates


Update 2/18/07:
Thumbplay called and told me that they do not send out spam text messages... They'll explain in the comments.

Thanks.

A Few Sites to Visit

Cookthink - I feel like eating...

Video: Barack Obama Responds to Hillary Clinton’s Attacks on Oratory and Hope - Just Words.

A Gluten-Free Day - Don't eat that.

Live Broadcasting Feature Wars -Report From The Tranches - Who has what?

One to Watch: Comedy.com - Funny.

How To: Chroma key in Final Cut Pro

How To: Greenscreen in FCP

Chroma key in HD at DVcreators.net

Eight processors, wow!


eefx.com, a store for green screen.

via [ Larry Kless's Weblog: My ooVoo Day with... Robin Good ] - nice archive of Robin's video four-way chat

Where do you buy green screen setups?

Thursday, February 14, 2008

You Rule!


Hearts - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Happy Corporate Manufactured Day.

She didn't copyright the images before posting them

A seal of approval - The Boston Globe:
"'Yes, folks, I witnessed John Mayer in a man thong. It pretty much made my life,' (Erin ) Horgan wrote on her blog. But Horgan's not so happy that she didn't copyright the images before posting them. Now, 60,000 page views later, her pictures are popping up all over, and she's not getting paid. 'I just wanted to show my girlfriends some funny pictures.'"
Aren't they copy-written by default?

Borrowing Images from the Web: An FAQ

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

We don't need no stinkin' superdelegate count



The Real Delegate Count
Obama 1,096
Clinton 977

Numbers via CNN Election Center 2008.

Excludes Superdelegates because they are going to be changing their minds any way.

More:
Plouffe: She can't catch us.

MSNBC's First Read - Just found this today for the first time, looks good.

Bo Burnham Web Links!



Nonfamily humor, straight from home - The Boston Globe:
"Bo knows satire. Bo knows viral video. Bo knows his song lyrics won't fly in a family newspaper, but Bo doesn't take it personally.

'Most of my songs make fun of myself,' Bo Burnham says, defending his taste for R-rated material. 'They're about stuff kids my age normally wouldn't laugh at, except they do.'"
Once again the Boston Globe posts a story to boston.com where the main subject of the story is a kid with a website and a bunch of funny YouTube videos, but they don't take the time to link to any of the videos.

They don't even link to Bo's website.

So here you go. I'll save you the time of doing gogle searches to find all this stuff and link to it right here:

Bo Burnham
http://boburnham.com/

YouTube Channel
http://www.youtube.com/user/boburnham

Selected Videos mentioned in the article:

My Whole Family...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZoO8LyizLA

Cookout
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj9dLksw2p0

Perfect Woman
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQZ3mNX2FyY

I've emailed the Globe to see if we can resolve this longstanding problem with the Globe hardly ever linking to websites from stories on Boston.com.

Note:
Last night I met a few people from the Globe and they tell me that the ability to comment on articles is coming in a few weeks.

Yay, progress.

Superdelegates are under no obligation to follow the will of the voters

NH: Red, White and Blue polling place

Pressure's on Mass. superdelegates - The Boston Globe:
"Unlike the 93 Massachusetts delegates whose votes at the convention must reflect the results of the Feb. 5 primary, which Clinton won, the superdelegates are free to pick either candidate. According to Democratic Party rules, superdelegates are under no obligation to follow the will of the voters, as history has shown.

In 1984, Massachusetts superdelegates lined up behind eventual nominee Walter F. Mondale, helping him carry the state at the Democratic National Convention, even though Gary Hart had won the state's primary."

MITX: Internet Video


MITX: Internet Video - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Qik Live streamed video archives are here:

qik.com/video/19659
qik.com/video/19663
qik.com/video/19667
qik.com/video/19669
qik.com/video/19676
qik.com/video/19677

Obama: Yes, Yes, Yes from Simon, Paula and Randy



Election Center 2008: Delegate Scorecard - Elections & Politics news from CNN.com

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

The Real Delegate Scorecard



Election Center 2008: Delegate Scorecard - Elections & Politics news from CNN.com

195 More Days of Infighting?



The Democratic National Convention takes place in Denver on August 25-28, 2008 and the United States Presidential Election is November 4, 2008.

195 Days
That means, that as of today, there are 195 days until the Democratic Convention.

That's 195 days of Democrats going at each other.

At this rate the Democrats will spend more time campaigning against each other to get the nomination, than to defeat the opposition candidate.

68 Days
There are 68 days between the Democratic Convention and Election Day.

That's 68 days that the Democratic candidate can campaign against the Republican, and any Independent candidate.

August - 3 days
September - 30 days
October - 31 days
November - 4 days

195 More Days of Infighting?

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Presidential Primary Official Ballot


Commonwealth of Massachusetts Presidential Primary Official Ballot - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

This is a .jpg version of a .pdf file of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Democratic Presidential Primary Official Ballot, WD 3 Pcts 7,8 from the company that prints the ballots in Massachusetts.

It would be nice to have PDF's posted online for all ballots in Massachusetts PRIOR to the November election.

I've put in a request to the Secretary of State's Office. Let's see what happens.

How do they handle this in other states?

Dear Comcast: AT&T is smarter than you

Logan Airport Tower

Media 3.0 and MediaBytes With Shelly Palmer - Technology, Media and Entertainment News and Opinions:
"STARBUCKS has dropped T-MOBILE and will use AT&T to supply WiFi to its coffee shops. Customers will be given free access when making purchases on a Starbucks card. In addition, AT&T’s 12 million broadband subscribers will have free access to the networks"
Dear Comcast,
Please provide your broadband subscribers free access to the Comcast WiFi network at Logan International airport.
K Thx Bye,
--Steve

Superdelegates will move to Obama

Barack Obama Rally Boston 10/23/07

William Kristol writes about my favorite topic, the free thinking, mind changing superdelegtes Obama’s Path to Victory - New York Times:
I’ll avoid a false precision in the numbers that follow. There are minor differences among news organizations in projecting delegate allocations in states that have already voted, and in counting preferences among the 796 elected officials and party leaders — the “superdelegates” — who vote according to their choice, not voters’ instruction.

Obama leads Clinton by roughly 70 delegates among about 2,000 chosen so far in primaries and caucuses. (There are still about 1,200 delegates outstanding.) Among the superdelegates, Clinton is ahead by about 100 superdelegates among the 300 who have declared a preference (though any of them can change their mind, so a count of them now is in large measure premature).
He goes on to talk about judgement:
"Many of these superdelegates are elected officials. They tend to care about winning in November. The polls suggest Obama matches up better with John McCain. And the polls are merely echoing the judgment of almost every Democratic elected official from a competitive district or a swing state with whom I’ve spoken. They would virtually all prefer Obama at the top of the ticket.

All of this will move the superdelegates to Obama — perhaps as early as just after March 4, or perhaps not until April 22, or perhaps not even until the last match-up on June 7. But the superdelegates will want to avoid a situation in which they could be in the position of seeming to override the popular vote, or of resolving a bitter battle over whether and how to count votes from Florida and Michigan, at the convention.

And there are, as a final resort, two super-superdelegates (so to speak) who would have the clout to help Democrats achieve closure: Al Gore and Nancy Pelosi.

If they stepped forward at the right time, they would earn the gratitude of their party. And they might also enjoy contemplating a derivative effect of their good deed — the fall of the house of Clinton."

Superdelegates Will Go With The Flow

Barack Obama Rally Boston 10/23/07

For Clinton, Bid Hinges on Texas and Ohio - New York Times:
"Several Clinton superdelegates, whose votes could help decide the nomination, said Monday that they were wavering in the face of Mr. Obama’s momentum after victories in Washington State, Nebraska, Louisiana and Maine last weekend.

Some said that they, like the hundreds of uncommitted superdelegates still at stake, might ultimately “go with the flow,” in the words of one, and support the candidate who appears to show the most strength in the primaries to come."
Good reasen for major media outlet to STOP counting superdelegates in their delegate count.

More:
Clinton's Hold on Superdelegates May Depend on Wins in TX and OH

The superdelegates ALWAYS blow with the wind

Barack Obama Rally Boston 10/23/07

MyDD :: CBS: Obama Has Delegate Lead, Even Considering Superdelegates:
"Superdelegates: A Wee Reality Check

Folks...

The Superdelegate story is a tasty media-cooked stew that lacks real sustenance! The superdelegates ALWAYS blow with the wind and follow the national leader. Watch for two things to begin if the HRC machine caqn't win at least ONE of the Chesepeake primaries:

1) Superdelegates who have declared/stated a 'preference', will start to publically waver, or peel away from HRC.

2) The drumbeat for her to drop out will begin, for the sake of unifying the party NOW before the Superdelegate 'issue' (weak as it is) gets more play, or democratic grass roots get more vitriolic.

BOTH these phenomena will increase should she also not win WI or HI. Mark my words. The pressure for her to drop out will begin Wednesday at midnight should she lose all three.

How will her campaign react to this?

by a gunslinger on Mon Feb 11, 2008 at 10:28:14 AM EST"

Comcast Rep Joins TiVo Community

HD View: Sorted by Title

Comcast Rep on AVS forum - TiVo Community:
"As I noted in my earlier post, there will be a software release coming in the next several weeks that will address many of the reported issues, including some of the complaints users have had with Suggestions behavior (including the intrusiveness of the prompts), improvements to the HD filter on the guide, and Dolby Digital output will work correctly on DCH set-top boxes."
Comcast is taking a step into social media.

Comcast Rep posts about an upcoming upgrade to the Comcast TiVo box which addresses my issue with the guide.

Thanks Brian for letting me know that Comcast Rep is out there. Comcast Rep is on the AVS forum too.

Good idea to join the existing discussion where the people are. It would be better if you used a real name though... :-)

Next up, replying to blog posts on blogs.

Monday, February 11, 2008



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CNN Gets It: iReport.com to display all submissions!



Media 3.0 and MediaBytes With Shelly Palmer - Technology, Media and Entertainment News and Opinions:
"CNN will fully embrace user-generated news this week, using iReport.com to display all user submissions. Until now iReport’s UGC content has been filtered by editors with 10% of the content selected for use on CNN.com or the cable channel. The new iReport site will take a YouTube approach, where any and all submitted content is published for the world to see."
Congratulations CNN for getting it.

Sunday, February 10, 2008

The Real Delegate Count

The Real Delegate Count
The Real Delegate Count - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Truthout: The Real Delegate Count:
The Associated Press and other media outlets are trying to tell us they know how many delegates each candidate will get out of Iowa, just as I told you they would in a previous article. Florida and Michigan make the delegate count even more confusing.

David Redlawsk, an associate professor of political science at the University of Iowa, who teaches a course on the Iowa caucuses, confirmed the numbers the media is projecting for Iowa delegate allocation is nothing more than a prediction. He said it bothers him the media is reporting these numbers as if they are factual since it is very unlikely the final count will be the same after the district level conventions, where delegates to the national convention will be chosen. He also pointed out the super delegate count could also change dramatically since none of them are committed to remain with the candidates they now say they are supporting.
Bothers me to.

Every time.

And then there's this:

Hillary Clinton's advisers 'in a state of panic':
The Clinton camp is braced for Mr Obama to win a series of primary elections over the next three weeks, which they fear could hand the Illinois senator unstoppable momentum in the race for the White House.

Mr Obama has begun calling those "super delegates" - 795 congressmen and senior party officials who could break a dead heat - who are committed to Mrs Clinton, asking them to change their minds and help him wrap up the nomination.

As of tonight, the two candidates were neck and neck but Mr Obama appeared to be gaining momentum.

"He's saying: 'Hey, I won your state and I won your congressional district, why are you supporting her?'" a Democrat strategist revealed.
Here we go Obama, Here we go!

Here we go Obama, Here we go!

Here we go Obama, Here we go!

Thundersnow!




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Anonymous Man and What Do You Know About Scientology Poster


Anonymous Man and What Do You Know About Scientology Poster - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Three Guy Fawkes (Color)


Three Guy Fawkes (Color) - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Many Guy Fawkes


Many Guy Fawkes - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Anonymous Boston Scientology Protesters


Anonymous Boston Scientology Protesters - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.

Honk if you oppose Scientology


Honk if you oppose Scientology - Originally uploaded on flickr by stevegarfield.