Posts Tagged ‘monetary’

The Remi Review Episode 23 – Fallacies

January 16, 2013

Most people have not had monetary theory properly explained to them and simply don’t know there is a problem of total corruption and tyranny. Many more people hear the truth, but refuse to believe it- out of fear and social pressure. This episode is about none of these people…This is about those who’ve heard it, understand it, but don’t want to decry the corruption. It requires a touch of mental gymnastics, a fallacy- an error in reasoning. Also review bottled water, Reuters and Girls Dig Musicians!

The Remi Review Episode 4

May 27, 2012

Topic: Transparency. Now featuring—Loud interrupting distractions to enhance viewing experience. ‘”Student” “tuition” crisis’. More contest winners! Candy disguised as fruit fraud. Boogie Wonderland.

The Remi Review Episode 3

May 21, 2012

Longest episode yet, a whole half hour! -if you can handle that much! 12hrs to do first render. 3 hours to export, 2 hours to upload, 2 hours for youtube to process it…This one had my mactop almost smoking, with need for several cool downs. Pet the cat, get a drink, back to editing. Other technical problems this time, hmmm. Spelled ‘develop’ wrong. Forgot colour correction on the far camera. Thanks to James and everyone else!….oh and the contest over when the show will stop showing. Will be updated to state that this is a weekend show filmed on Fridayish. Thanks for watching!

The Remi Review Episode II

May 14, 2012

2 days late, this is a Friday show. If i screw up again you might win a t-shirt! Some things got better, some worse.

 

 

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Remi Stevens Blog Goes Video!

January 27, 2012

After a long absence, something is happening.

I’d set out to do a full length documentary, but that is just too monumental a task….Besides, my skills reside in speed and efficiency. I have no relevant credentials to speak of, and i’m terrible with specifics, but i hope to bring you a wider perspective quickly and inspire further investigation. At least a dozen more of these are in the planning stages centering around money, property and wealth distribution. Hope you like it!