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Podcast #204: Hollywood Celebrates Itself

Posted by Adam Graham on February 26, 2007

This morning, I talk about the Oscar’s, Hollywood’s courageous salute to itself.

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Tonight, I want to invite you to be part of my live podcast at 9 PM ET. I’m going to talk about why no one in the Virgina seems to have the guts to challenge Senator John Warner (R-Va.) and why incumbents believe they can get away with anything.

There are two ways you can become part of the program:

Option 1:

1) Register with TalkShoe

2) Go to my show’s site at around 9 PM ET.

3) You can also join the conversation by calling (724) 444-7444 entering our show ID of 7251 and the PIN Number you selected at the time of registration.

Option 2:

Dial 724-444-7444, enter the talk cast id of 7251 and when asked for the PIN enter 8989898989 (a new pin I set up for those who want to call in but aren’t set up with Talk Shoe.) Either way, I’d love to hear from you.

Trackposted to Perri Nelson’s Website, Right on the Right, Mark My Words, third world county, basil’s blog, Pirate’s Cove, Blue Star Chronicles, Jo’s Cafe and The Bullwinkle Blog, thanks to Linkfest Haven Deluxe.

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2 Responses to “Podcast #204: Hollywood Celebrates Itself”

  1. Hi,

    Perhaps you are interested in the German movie that won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.

    “The Lives of Others” portrays life in communist East Germany and focuses on the totalitarian powers of the secret police, whose stated goal was “to know everything.”

    I have posted several reviews and the trailer with English subtitles on our blog and recommended a few more German movies, which are available in the US:
    http://atlanticreview.org/archives/590-Oscar.html

  2. Adam Graham [Member] said

    Actually, I tend to think the Oscars are more Hollywood celebrating itself more than anything else. Foreign films are a different matter. There are some good ones there. I remember, “Life is Beautiful” from 1997. This one sounds worth checking out.

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