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  • Marshall Mcluhan Warned Us About Obama!!!

    02/22/2013 10:02:44 AM PST · by NOBO2012 · 2 replies
    Michelle Obama's Mirror ^ | 2-22-2013 | MOTUS
    “I don't necessarily agree with everything that I say.” ― Marshall McLuhan On the occasion of George Washington’s birthday, I would like to submit a proposal to Congress naming Marshall McLuhan the patron saint of Politicians. You all remember Marshall; the man considered the father of the electronic age, who coined the term “media” and was the first to take note of the fact that “the medium is the message.” Ironically, Mr. McLuhan’s complex theories on how the electronic gods we create come to rule us have been reduced to sound bites, such as “we become what we behold.”  ...
  • McChrystal v. Rolling Stone: The Medium is the Message

    06/23/2010 5:49:50 AM PDT · by Stoutcat · 15 replies
    Grand Rants ^ | 06-23-10 | Alan Speakman
    Well, forget todays sound bytes. Forget the hanging apologies. Look at the medium: Rolling Stone magazine. The general chose to vent (over the course of several weeks, by the way) not to the NYT, not to the Washington Post, not to The Christian Science Monitor, etc. No. He choose Rolling Stone, for Gods sake!
  • Marshall (sic) Law Is Around The Corner!

    03/29/2010 2:55:32 PM PDT · by GregB · 54 replies · 1,708+ views
    The attack on The Tea Party is the start. The "spitting" is another step. All the things the Liberals are saying are leading up to it. The Militia arrests I feel will find Tea Party Pamplets..etc...
  • From McLuhan to Artest - Street-fightin' men stomp the quiet virtues.

    12/02/2004 10:45:21 PM PST · by CHARLITE · 302+ views
    OPINION JOURNAL.COM ^ | DECEMBER 3, 2004 | DANIEL HENNINGER
    By now, you've probably seen the tape of the fight between Ron Artest and the Detroit Pistons fans. Just kidding. You've seen it. You've seen it in real time, in slo-mo and--my favorite--super slo-mo. In super slo-mo, Ron Artest's $50-million arm flows into the head of the (apparently innocent) fan like a bird's feather landing lightly on a fireplug. As aesthetics, rather than street fighting, it's hard not to gape and admire. The art director at Sports Illustrated also noticed how TV's compulsion to bathe us in images, no matter the subject, had transformed the fight into something else. For...