The Ethics of the “Shooting In The Wild” Documentary
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Last night I went to a screening of “Shooting In The Wild,” a documentary short on Chris Palmer’s book by the same name.  The premise of the book and the 27-minute film, hosted by Alexandra Cousteau, is to expose the outright deception and unethical methods used by film producers in making so-called “wildlife” films, methods
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My Academy Award Predictions
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As a broadcasting major it was almost required to watch as many of the films nominated for major Academy Awards.  But college was a marriage, two kids, and more years than I care to remember ago.  These days, I’m doing good to watch all the films nominated in the Animated category. This year, however, working
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My Supervision Long Distance Dedication
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Tonight our Long Distance Dedication comes to us from Florida where a man has mixed emotions about his upcoming transition at work.  His name is Chris and he writes: Dear Casey, I know most of your Long Distance Dedications are from one person to another (except for that one about dead dog, but I know
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We’re Not Picking Kansas Anymore, Toto!
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The University of Kansas will win this year’s NCAA mens college basketball tournament!  Call your bookie, place your bets, plan your vacation with your winnings! The reason I’m so confident with my Kansas March Madness predictions is because this is the first year in probably 3 or 4 years that I haven’t picked them. My
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