Tank Riot: Episode 40
- Recording Date: September 20, 2007
- Running Time: 1 hour 07 minutes 17 seconds
- File Size: 54 MB
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Tank Riot uncovers a documentary quagmire! The Tank Team reviews 3 documentaries: "No End in Sight", "The King of Kong" and "Loose Change". Which is good, which is bad and what is the definition of ugly? Tune in and pretend it's fiction!
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"No End in Sight" is a documentary about the occupation of Iraq. It includes a solid timeline, interviews with the people involved, and an analysis of what went wrong. If you thought the failures in Iraq were the result of bad luck, watch the film to learn the real reasons ... incompetence, arrogance, and greed; or put another way Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and Paul Bremer.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be the best Donkey Kong player in the world? This is what "The King of Kong" is all about. Viktor reviews this film and puts the joystick down long enough to give this film a thumbs up!
"Loose Change, Second Edition" is a polished documentary where the facts are either incorrect or unrelated to the events of September 11, 2001. The film continues the irresponsible propagation of unfounded 9/11 conspiracy theories. The Tank Team looks at the facts and finds the Loose Change theories to be crap and unreliable. Listen to the show to get the full details.
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