Stereotypes that are true – a frank and honest conversation

If stereotypes did not have a ring of truth, they would not be stereotypes.

Of course, each stereotype has exceptions.

And today’s politically correct climate makes it hard to be honest about noticing group-behavior patterns.

Robert Lego and I have a brutally honest discussion about stereotypes – take a listen:

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Introducing the Disney Animation Multiplane Camera (video)

Walt Disney invented the Multiplane Camera which inspired today’s digital cartoons.

It uses layers of painted glass to give the cartoon a three-dimensional illusion.

Pinocchio, Fantasia, Bambi, and Peter Pan used Disney’s Multiplane Camera.

Disney used this technology as far back as the late 1950s.

Here is Walt Disney demonstrating his invention…

Check this out:

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Watch the rise and fall of a disillusioned 1970s comedian

Billy Braver used to be on top of the world.

In the 1970s, he headlined the biggest comedy clubs in New York and Los Angeles.

He appeared on legendary shows like Johnny Carson, Merv Griffin, Hollywood Squares and Dinah Shore.

But 30 years later, he is selling SAABs at a California car dealership.

And when the economy hits bottom, Billy is let go from SAAB.

Max Joseph (an old friend of Casey Neistat) directs this fascinating 24-minute documentary:

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Behind the scenes on the real truth about life in Palestine

More than 7 years ago, one of my readers suggested I watch a video called Pallywood.

It shows how Palestinian news film crews create, direct and film falsified news stories.

They are then distributed to news outlets like 60 Minutes to scare us.

Pallywood is the most important 18-minute documentary I have ever watched:

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