Well, I think watching this half hour video is more worthwhile than most stuff we watch on the web or tv. I do like the idea of using advertisement towards more meaningful issues like mass murderers than say a $4.95 hoagie at wawa (just tryed the toasted meatball sub today...yum!) But there is definitely more to their issue than meets the eye....at least it gets our tired brains thinking differently....surf on Friday morning?????
I don't get why this is blowing up so much recently. This guys been in the news for years, they have been trying to catch him for a long ass time. Just because some video comes out that's actually got some good production now everyone is acting like its their top priority to find him. Sure he needs to be caught and dealt with but this video and raising awareness on the topic seems pretty pointless to me. Like one day were just gonna see him walking down the street and be like "hey that's the guy from that video, lets get him!"
that is not surfing related therefore, it shall be removed and forwarded to someonewhocares.com
x100 I have to laugh at the naivete of the american college student. feel free to give your money to a charity that uses very little of it for the actual topic they support. I'm sure they are laughing all the way to the bank. If you REALLY feel so strongly why not join the Ugandan Army and put your life where your mouth is?
IF any of you all care about the children in C. Africa, you should watch "Bouncing Cats." It's a documentary that focuses on the children of Uganda. It's also about break dancing. I highly recommend it.
Some people lash out in opposition to things like this because it is easier than trying to relate to someone who speaks a different language than you, lives in a different culture, and had their hands, tongue and nose cut off when they were 8 years old because they couldn't hold an AK properly.
BTW, I'm no "college student." And there are other ways you can help if you feel inclined that do not require money. It doesn't have anything to do with being world police, it has to do with being an advocate for children.
Too bad Facebook (I'm not on it) beat the issue to death and dragged it through the street over the past week.