Uhhhhh…WOW!!!! Love this! Katy does “Watch The Throne” at BBC 1.
We’ve ALL SEEN the video. Most of us have read about the contraversy around the charity. This Thursday, you’ll have a chance to hear from some of the people from Invisible Children on KONY 2012 and (most likely) some of the backlash the video has caused.
I’m not going to give my opinion on this because it’s not important. I ALWAYS love an event designed to hold a meaningful discussion on an important issue. NO MATTER WHAT YOU BELIEVE ABOUT THIS MOVEMENT MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND. If you can’t make the Thursday screening there’s one Friday too. Details below:
Thursday Mar 22
Doors open 8:30 (get there early)
RUDDER 601 on Campus at A&M
Friday Mar 23
Doors open at 7:30
WEHNER 113 on Campus at A&M
Want more info? invisiblechildren.tamu.edu
Here’s today’s interview with the president of the A&M chapter of IC.
There is a very good chance you will vomit from watching this. I’m just warning you. If you want to test yourself, go ahead…but it’s REALLY BAD. We are not exaggerating this. It’s the most disgusting thing we’ve ever seen broadcast over television.
Thanks to Charlie for calling in and sharing about this film. It’s being screened FREE TONIGHT at 7PM at Premiere Cinema with a Q&A afterwards. You can pay to see it starting tomorrow.
The movie chronicles the past year in Juarez which has been decimated by drug wars in the past few years. The issue is horrifying, especially since it’s LITERALLY a stones throw from El Paso and the United States. If you are free we HIGHLY recommend trying to attend this screening. If you missed it here’s the interview from this morning.
Oh man…I’d love to hate but that looks NICE. First off, where the HELL did they get the money to build that thing? Two, I didn’t know the Brazos was that blue in real life. Three, will it still be almost entirely filled with fans of whatever visiting team is playing the Bears that week? Seriously though, if it’s HALF as nice as it looks on paper that should be an awesome place to watch a game. Facilities are scheduled to be complete by Fall 2014.