Saturday, March 28, 2015

My Favorite Doc: Food, Inc.

Documentary Filmmaker Robert Kenner examines how mammoth corporations have taken over all aspects of the food chain in the United States, from the farms where our food is grown to the chain restaurants and supermarkets where it's sold. Narrated by author and activist Eric Schlosser, the film features interviews with average Americans about diets, commentary from food experts like Michael Pollan, and unsettling footage from inside large-scare animal processing plants. Watch on Amazon Instant Video or PIVOT    

Friday, March 27, 2015

My Favoritre Documentary: Park Avenue

Park Avenue is two different places in New York, One is where is the rich live and the other is where the poor live. 740 Park Avenue, Manhattan,  is one of the exclusive addressees in the world, home to some of the richest Americans in the world, the 1% of the 1%.  Ten minutes to the north, across the Harlem River, is the other Park Avenue in the South Bronx. Here unemployment runs at 19% and half the population needs food stamps. This Documentary discusses The Koch Bros, and other Greedy People who steal from the poor. Watch On YouTube.   The following is the link for the YouTube Channel. Enjoy!!

My Favorite Documentary: Grey Gardens

Grey Gardens is about Former Socialites Edith Bouvier Beale and her daughter  Little Edie, who are related to Jackie O and living in a ramshackle East Hampton Mansion. The Documentary was made  in 1976, and directed by Albert and David Mayles.    David died this year. Edith died in 1977. Little Edie died in 2002 I think. Watch on Amazon Instant Video or the TCM TV Network

Tuesday, March 24, 2015


T he Book Review for Multiple Personality Disorder by Colin A. Ross!!!                     3/24/15



This Book is from an Expert on MPD, and Colin Ross explains every aspect of MPD.  There was a time when People did not think MPD was real, it was even listed as a metal disorder.  This Book was published in 1989, so the book explains everything about MPD from the beginning of time to 1989. The Book is written in 3 parts, part one is written in two chapters.  Chapter one is about the history prior to and including Freud, this chapters explains how signs of MPD was shown in ancient Egypt. Chapter two is about   when Freud started writing about MPD to when the book was published. Freud was the first person to write about anything to do with MPD.  The Rest of the book explains how different people shown signs of MPD, how different medical specialists treated people with MPD, and Colin Ross shows where he got his info he discusses. 


This Book was written for other mental health experts, but I think it can help anyone who wants info  on MPD which now is called Dissolutive Identity Disorder. This book is a great book, and you can purchase online.    

Saturday, March 21, 2015

My Favorite Doc: Child of Rage

Beth was a victim of childhood sexual abuse when she was 19 months old. Her mother died when she was one year old and she and her brother Jonathan were left at the mercy of their evil father. Beth describes her father's abuse in matter of fact tones and displays a picture she drew with a crayon of her weeping as her dad touched her genitalia. her voice is as eerily calm and flat when talking about her own abuse as it is when discussing the abuse she inflicted. This Documentary originally aired on HBO   but here is the FREE video on YouTube.


My Monthly Sabbath Video for March is out now on YouTube!!!

Yesterday I taped and put out My Sabbath Video for March, I discussed The Book of Esther. Here is the link:

Thursday, March 19, 2015