Big James continues to use his mind control over his brother. Using his beard’s telepathic properties, James makes Sean discuss some seriously important topics floating around the internet.
Big James makes a delightful brownie dip using highly addictive and delicious Krispy Kreme Donuts. Will he be able to maintain his composure during the taste sensation? find out….
How would you like to wake up to a big cup of James? Watch The Big James Morning show to get your day off on the right foot.
It’s not easy to wake up and give in to the drudgery known as your day job, but with a variety of topics, special guests and live acts, The Big James Morning Show will get you ready to face the outside world.
The Montreal based web show is hosted by James Arsenian (aka Big James), the singer of Montreal metal kings, Endast. The show has been running on YouTube since last year, and selected episodes will now also be available on ForgetTheBox.tv
Supporting local and independent video content has always been our creed. Now, Forget The Box is proud to bring you this fun talk-show twice a week. Get ready to be entertained!
Five years ago, a woman was gang raped in a remote village in Pakistan. Unlike many women before her, Mukhtar Mai decided to confront her assailants. She defied the conventional thinking and fought back. She took her battle to the highest courts in Pakistan. Mai became an international figure and now runs schools for children in her native village.
Dishonour Defied is the story of how Mai made a life with courage after the tragedy that befell her. It’s also the story of other women and girls struggling for their rights in Pakistan in the wake of the Mai case. This extremely timely film, directed by emerging filmmaker Azra Rashid, deals with the courageous rape survivor Mukhtar Mai and women’s rights in Pakistan.
The documentary won an award at the WorldFest in Houston and has been screened nationally and internationally at various film festivals and schools and colleges.
Update: In April 2011, the Supreme Court of Pakistan released five of the six men accused of raping Ms. Mai. Mukhtar Mai fears the worst as the men return to the village.
In our ongoing effort to make our election coverage both fun and informative, we have a truly awesome video for you today. In September 2010 Michael Ignatieff held an open mic in Montreal. This previously unreleased video shows a student journalist (or someone who pretends to be a student journalist) approach the mic to ask a question.
Before Iggy knows what hit him, the would be interlocutor announces that he will be asking his question in the form of a song and busts out a Mandolin. He then bursts into an inspired indictment of Liberal corruption and hypocrisy, set to a surprisingly catchy tune.
By the end of the song Iggy is left literally speechless and the room bursts into laughter and uproarious applause.
Although this video is more funny than serious it does convey an important point. The Liberals gutted social programs far more than the Conservatives have done when they were in power, and pretty much redefined political corruption.
Furthermore, Iggy himself was a vehement supporter of Dubya’s misadventure in Iraq, and has been an ardent supporter of torture over the years.
Don’t be fooled by their shiny campaign promises, these Liberals are just about as bad as the Conservatives, and they both represent a badly broken political establishment. If you’re looking for real change in this election, don’t look for it from the Liberals.
When you’re up against the big boys like Bell and the CRTC, you only have a few options: make your point loud and clear (check), create a petition (check), convince the politicians that they want to be on the side of the people (check) and, last but most certainly not least, get funny and entertaining. The last option is about to become a reality with the help of a little Gurl Power!
When the CRTC decided to allow internet service providers (ISPs) like Bell to implement usage-based billing (UBB) and pass additional bandwidth charges along to smaller competitors, they not only made it possible to put a meter on the internet but also paved the way for giant communications companies to end the possibility of unlimited web access and effectively the net as we know it.
This can’t stand, and currently it’s not. A group called Open Media launched the Stop The Meter Campaign and a petition that currently has over 420 000 signatures, and counting. Politicians took note, too, first the NDP, then the Liberals and eventually even the Conservatives came out against the decision, the latter forcing the CRTC to go back to the drawing board.
Just what they will draw up is not yet certain and if their drawing is completed when it isn’t an election year (nothing official, but we know that one’s coming), who knows what it will look like. It could even be worse! We can’t give up the fight!
Since the internet belongs to all of us, not just the ISPs and their government backers, it’s time to make sure that no one forgets that an internet meter can never happen. The best way to do this, we at FTB feel, is with a real catchy tune!
We’ve re-purposed the Spice Girls’ hit Stop and made a video to go along with it. If you support this cause (if you’re a fan of this site, or being able to go where you want online in general, then you already do), then please share this video and this post as widely as possible and if you haven’t already done so, sign the petition! The very future of the internet as we know it may depend on it.
Now, without any further adieu, Forget The Box and Open Media are proud to presentâ€¦
The Site Gurls singing Stop The Meter!
Video by Chris Zacchia
President Obama give a heartfelt speech to mourners in Arizona – Watch below
President Obama just gave a speech to mourners in Arizona, consoling them and helping to give them the strength to move through the tragedy. Definitely worth a look. President Barack Obama’s words are very encouraging and inspiring!
You can also read more about the shooting in Arizona: The Blame Game: Who’s Responsible for the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords?