Just read the new issue of GQ. A lot of good looks. Most of them have been posted here on tumblr. I was most intrigued by Michael Paterniti’s expose on Ayman Mohyeldin Al Jazeera’s equivalent to Anderson Cooper. Once you get past the pretentiousness of Paterniti’s writing, it’s a great story.
Hillary Clinton was singing it’s praises after the Egyptian “revolution”. After Rumsfeld lied and said Al Jazeera was lying that troops were intimidating civilians in Fallujah; most cable companies refuse to brodcast the network. Here in D.C. and a few other areas are the only places that receive it.
I guess the whole point is this; I am always on the pursuit of truth in media. Back in the 80’s and early 90’s we were told to call up our cable companies and demand “I want my MTV”. That campaign has produced a whole generation of materialistic gen x’ers and non-stop reality television.
If you are not privileged to have Al Jazeera call your cable networks and request it. Turn off CNN, MSNBC and the rest of the bullshit. In the meantime follow on the level blogs like Brooklyn Mutt