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My documentaries, the documentaries that I recommend

 
 
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Reply Wed 23 Jan, 2019 02:15 pm
Unfortunately this video as some audio missing far near the end.
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Reply Fri 8 Feb, 2019 05:41 pm
This one is entertaining...namely seeing the idiot Laurence Krauss get lectured by Frank on the bad use of semantics about nothingness recurring to examples on History of Philosophy aside QCD...(to the layman note that obviously, I am not saying Krauss isn't aware of the basics of quantum chromodynamics but referring to his misuse of nothingness that made him a fool for History without possible redemption)


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Soul Train - The Hippest Trip in America

Few television series were as innovative and influential as Soul Train. Set first in Chicago, and later in Los Angeles, the Soul Train dance party reached national significance and became one of the longest running syndicated shows in television history. In commemoration, Soul Train: The Hippest Trip In America is a 2010 documentary celebrating the show's many contributions to pop culture, music, dance and fashion. From 1970-2006 the series offered a window into the history of Black music, and its charismatic host, Don Cornelius was The Man responsible for a new era in Black expression. A trained journalist, Don created a media empire that provided an outlet for record labels and advertisers to reach a new generation of music fans. As the epitome of cool, many of his expressions entered the popular American lexicon: "A groove that will make you move real smooth," "Wishing you Peace, Love and Soul!" The documentary will feature performances and great moments from the show, as well as behind-the-scene stories and memories from the cast and crew. In addition, popular musicians, comics and actors of yesterday and today will comment on growing up with the show and will share their stories of how Soul Train affected their own lives.

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