A four minute stunning parody of a BBC nature film: the plastic bag as a successful organism, accompanied by serious "English-accented" voice, describing it's life cycle. The video is for a really important activist cause in California, and it's points are made in a very sly and clever fashion. Enjoy!
A very funny, yet telling, video clip about a muslim woman wanting to adopt some children but who is rejected because she won't allow pork, "the most anthropormorphic of meats," in her home. Four minutes of clever writing/editing:
Rip: I have, I’ve definitely tried it. If I’m not
mistaken, it’s 70% fat; it’s loaded with canola oil. And I don’t know
about you, but I’ve gotten to the point where I’ve not been eating
cheese for so long that even though it’s not dairy per se, to me it
tastes just like cheese, and I find it revolting.
Roseann: I have to say, when it first came out, I was addicted. I was eating so much of it,
I think I just bottomed out. It was definitely nice to have a meltable
“cheese” again, but it does feel almost as heavy and clogging as actual
"INTELLIGENT LIFE IS ALL AROUND US... incredible... what a wonderful chorus to this marvelous Peter Gabriel song. Nails our relationship with other animal species. And, it's not just mammals... recent research shows much more plant intelligence than previously expected. Even from slime molds.
Enjoy... I'm overworked with the cookbook and other projects, but maybe this post will testify that that I'm still alive. Best to all, Mark
Another hilarious "Thought for Food" Colbert Video Clip. A fine find while "on the road." More attentive blogs posts will commence in a few days, but for now, enjoy this outlandish satirical genius. About 5 minutes in length.