Donald Rumsfeld Gets A New Job!

Shortly after leaving his post as Secretary of the Defense for the U.S, Donald Rumsfeld was offered, and accepted, a new job. He will be official State Nanny for the eldest grandson the Bush dynasty. He will be expected to prepare the Bush grandson for his role as U.S. President number 51. See exclusive video of Donald Rumsfeld’s first week on the job, right here at bibliomarket! Continue reading “Donald Rumsfeld Gets A New Job!”

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Call for Films:Deaf Rochester Film Festival

 

 

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Call for Entries for
The Second Deaf Rochester Film Festival
Festival Dates: 23-25 March 2007

 

2007 – DRFF’s MISSION:

1. To promote and showcase films by Deaf / Hard of hearing filmmakers;

2. To showcase films about the Deaf experience;

3. Encourage analysis and interpretations of Deaf Cinema and Deaf visual aesthetics;

4. To develop a deeper appreciation and understanding of the Deaf gaze in light of the diversity of genre, cultures, and styles of filmmaking;

5. Foster film as a medium for historical preservation of Deaf Culture;

6. Provide networking opportunities for Deaf /Hard of Hearing filmmakers and others involved in the field; and

7. Inspire future generations of Deaf / Hard of Hearing filmmakers. Continue reading “Call for Films:Deaf Rochester Film Festival”

Veterans Day Tribute: Audie Murphy

On this Veterans Day, I want to take the time to honor a man who was the most decorated of all WWII soldiers, Audie Murphy. A short, slight man, Audie grew up in poverty, and at age 10, became ‘man of the house’ when his father passed away. Audie, to support the family by putting food on the table, became a crack shot with a rifle. In military service, this skill, along with his bravery and daring, would combine to produce a feared combatant, and would save the lives of hundreds of his fellow soldiers. Watch this short film [captioned] about Audie Murphy.

Audie Leon Murphy (June 20, 1924–May 28, 1971) was an American soldier in World War II. In 27 months of combat action, he became the most decorated U.S. combat soldier of World War II.

Murphy received the Medal of Honor, the military’s highest award for valor, along with 32 additional medals awarded for bravery and service.

AUDIE MURPHY
In the later part of his life, he went on to have a successful movie career, including the extremely popular TO HELL AND BACK.

He died in an airplane crash in May 1971.