POLITICS AND HISTORY
- “Why We Fight” (BBC, 2005)
- “Fahrenheit 9/11” (Michael Moore, 2004)
- “War on Democracy” (John Pilger, 2007)
- “Hijacking Catastrophe” (Sut Jhally, 2004)
- “Breaking the Silence” (John Pilger, 2003)
- “Fog of War” (Robert McNamara, 2003)
HEALTH, FOOD, AND NATURE
- “Food Inc.” (Robert Kenner, 2008)
- “Super Size Me” (Morgan Spurlock, 2004)
- “Planet Earth” (Discovery Channel, 2006)
MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS
- “Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People” (Jack Shaheen, 2006)
- “Control Room” (Magnolia Pictures, 2004)
- “Hearts and Minds” (Peter Davis, 1974)
- “Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media” (Herman, 1992)
- “Weapons of Mass Deception” (Danny Schechter, 2004)
- “The War You Don’t See” (John Pilger, 2010)
SOCIETY AND CULTURE
- “The Century of the Self” (BBC, 2004)
- “Shouting Fire: Stories from the Edge of Free Speech” (HBO, 2009)
- “Debate: Political Islam – Is it a threat to the West?” (Doha Debates, 2009)
- “Bowling for Columbine” (Michael Moore, 2002)
- “Hamza Tzortzis: Liberalism & Islam” (LSESU, 2011)
- “Jesus Camp” (A&E Indiefilms, 2006)
- “A Time for Burning” (William C. Jersey, 1966)
- “Malcolm X: Make it Plain” (AE, 1994)
- “Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land” (Sut Jhally, 2004)
- “The Israel Lobby” (Stephen Walt, John Mearsheimer)
- “Defamation” (Norman Finkelstein, 2009)
- “Palestine Is Still the Issue” (John Pilger, 2003)
- “Occupation 101” (Abdallah Omeish, 2006)
- “The Road to Guantanamo” (Michael Winterbottom, 2006)
- “Taxi to the Dark Side” (Moazzam Begg, 2007)
- “Fallujah, The Hidden Massacre” (Italy, 2005)
- “Generation Kill” (Journeyman Pictures, 2004)
- “The War Tapes” (Deborah Scranton, 2006)
ECONOMICS AND GLOBALIZATION
- “Commanding Height: Battle for the World Economy” (PBS, 2002)
- “The Corporation” (Noam Chomsky, 2003)
- “Walmart: The High Cost of Low Prices” (Brave New Films, 2005)
- “Money as Debt” (Paul Grignon, 2006)
- “Darwin’s Nightmare” (Hubert Sauper, 2004)
- “End of Suburbia” (Gregory Greene, 2004)
- “Life + Debt” (Stephanie Black, 2001)
- “Smartest Guys in the Room” (Alex Gibney, 2005)
- “Inside Islam: What a billion Muslim really think” (Dalia Mogahed, 2009)
- “Islam: Empire of Faith” (PBS, 2000)
- “Inside Mecca” (National Geographic, 2003)
- “Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple” (PBS, 2006)
- “Death of the Freedom Fighter” (Al Jazeera, 2009)
- “The Trouble With Atheism” (Dimitri Collingridge, 2006)
- “Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed” (Premise, 2008)
- “To Catch a Predator” (Dateline, NBC)
- “An Islamic History of Europe” (Omaar Rageh, BBC)
- “Free Fahad” (Siraj Wahaj, 2008)
- “Entrapment or Foling Terror?” (Amy Goodman, 2010)
Mini Triple Chocolate Mousse Cakes!
Someone just asked me for this recipe. This one is better than the one I sent you, so I’m going to post it for everyone :)
This is a layered cake ( as you can see it has 3 sections)
Dark Chocolate Cake
- Unsalted butter, softened, to grease
- Unsweetened cocoa powder, for dusting
- 83 g (2/3 cup) plain (all-purpose) flour
- 39 g (1/3 cup) unsweetened Dutch-process cocoa powder
- ½ teaspoon baking soda
- ¾ teaspoon baking powder
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 150 g (2/3 cup) caster (superfine granules) sugar
- 1 large egg, room temperature
- 59 ml (¼ cup/4 tablespoons) whole milk
- 3 tablespoons vegetable oil
- ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 59 ml (¼ cup/4 tablespoons) water
- Preheat oven to 180° C (350°). Line a baking sheet with non-stick baking paper. Place the ramekins on the lined baking sheet. Using a small pastry brush, coat the bottom and sides of each ramekin with unsalted butter; dust liberally with unsweetened cocoa powder, set-aside.
- Using a fine mesh sieve, sift the flour, Dutch-process cocoa powder, baking soda, baking powder and salt into the bowl of electric stand mixer. Add the sugar; using a whisk, whisk together to well combine.
- Attach the bowl to the mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Add the egg, milk, oil, vanilla, and water; mix on medium-low speed until combined, about 3 minutes.
- Divide batter evenly among prepared ramekins. Return ramekins to lined baking sheet, spacing one-inch apart.
- Bake until a cake tester inserted in the centre of the cakes comes out clean, about 20 minutes.
- Transfer to a wire rack; let cool completely. Unmold cakes.
- Using a serrated knife, carefully trim each cake to 2.5-cm (1-inch) high. Transfer to paper lined baking sheet, cut side down.
- Cut eight 25.4-by-10.16-cm (10¾-inch-by-4-inch) strips of non-stick baking paper. Wrap a paper collar around the base of each cake, keeping the bottom flush with baking sheet. Secure each collar with tape, set-aside.
**Special Equipment - 8 9-cm (3½-inch/6-ounce) ramekins
Need more help? Contact me @thecakebar I love to help
i have yet to check out the links, but yeah, there’s this i guess.
this looks really helpful!
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Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then everything changed when the fire nation attacked. Only the avatar, master of all four elements, can stop them. But when the world needed him most, he vanished. A hundred years past and my brother and I discovered the new avatar, an airbender named Aang. And although his airbending skills are great, he has a lot to learn before he’s ready to save anyone. But I believe Aang can save the world.
With the sudden spike in the presence of A:TLA on my dash with A:TLOK’s release, I figured it was high time to make this post, because there are shows that you should watch, shows that you need to watch, shows that your life will never forgive you for not letting in it, and then there is Avatar: the Last Airbender.
Book One: Water
Book Two: Earth
Book Three: Fire
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The lower stomach is one of the hardest places to burn fat and tone.
These are some terrific exercises to do in the morning and at night to burn those hard to tone areas!
i thought that exercises like these built up muscle there which can sometimes push the fat out or something idk i read that somewhere online hh idk these are good tho