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Afternoon killer: 'The Corporation'

Posted By on Fri, Oct 12, 2007 at 3:52 PM

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Resident web troller David Koon passes on the following nugget:

Below is a link to the Google Video shareware version (that is, the legal version) of one of the most enlightening documentaries I've seen in years: "The Corporation." The idea behind the doc is quite clever: If multi-national corporations were human beings, what would their psychology be? The disturbing answer: The modern corporation fits nearly every criteria for destructive, sociopathic behavior.

An excellent doc, in the same vein as "An Inconvenient Truth."

 Check it out if you want to see why your kids won't be able to find a job in this country in forty years.

Here it is in two parts, part 1 and part 2.

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