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Wednesday, June 10th 2015, 5:44am

Peter Joseph Goes 'Off the Grid' with Jesse Ventura - Ora TV

Zeitgeist founder, Peter Joseph, joins Jesse Ventura to discuss the concept of a resource-based economy. Peter talks about the benefits of moving away from a market economy, toward one that is based on resource management. According to this model, crime rates would go down across the globe while personal happiness would go up. ( 15:07 )


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Wednesday, June 10th 2015, 3:29pm

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Sunday, June 14th 2015, 2:43pm

OK, PR2 is pushed out and ready for FR, and Analysis file is attached.

Clocking in at an average 182 words/min (all Peter), this piece was a barn burner as the analysis reflects. Although there are what seem to be many guideline violations for this relatively short piece, most of the 70+ char lines are in the 70s, with only 5 in the 80's range. Quite a feat considering, but to compensate, I had to clip other lines to below 2 sec and 1.5 sec as flagged. For those interested, also attached is a sample screen snip of the lines in Aegisub; the redder the shade of the box, the more jammed (in words per minute) the line is. Basically the subs are jammed in like sardines in this one with (minimal) 100~110 msec gaps throughout.

The analysis aside, just sitting back and watching the vid is refreshing, with Jesse being polite and attentive throughout and asking good questions, and Peter hitting all of his high level talking points with his typical eloquence and confidence.

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Sunday, September 11th 2016, 10:10pm

Pulled up this classic piece from last year and just finished LB and FR, good to go.
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Sunday, September 11th 2016, 10:12pm

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