Fault Lines - Ambassador Christopher Hill Al Jazeeras Josh Rushing speaks to the US Ambassador to Iraq, Christopher Hill.
Fault Lines - Haiti: Six months on Six months after the earthquake that killed up to 300000 people, the dust is starting to settle over Port-au-Prince. As it does, the deep wounds that fracture this country are re-emerging, more gaping than even before.
Fault Lines - AFGHANISTAN Al Jazeeras Avi Lewis hosts a town hall debate on the future of US policy in Afghanistan.
Wasatch Fault Fly By Video (high quality) Fly along the Wasatch fault in Google earth to explore the earthquake risks along the Wasatch Front in Utah (high def)
Fault Lines - Tea party, Big money, Twisted maps Ahead of the US midterm elections, Fault Lines presenter Avi Lewis travels to Nevada and Florida -- two states gripped by political division and economic uncertainty.
San Andreas Fault (Discovery Channel) San Andreas Fault in America
Fault Lines - Fast food, fat profits: Obesity in America Obesity in America has reached a crisis point. Two out of every three Americans are overweight, one out of every three is obese. One in three are expected to have diabetes by 2050. Minorities have been even more profoundly affected. African-Americans have a 50 per cent higher prevalence of obesity and Hispanics 25 per cent higher when compared with whites. How did the situation get so out of hand? On this week's episode of Fault Lines, Josh Rushing explores the world of cheap food for Americans living at the margins. What opportunities do people have to eat healthy? Who is responsible for food deserts and processed food in American schools? Fault Lines finds food revolutions taking place and speaks with the people that are fighting back.
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Fault Lines - US midterm elections: A Town Hall debate Now that the 2010 US midterm elections are over, it is time to talk about what the results mean -- for the US and the world -- over the next two years. To debate the meaning and the message sent by the US midterms, Avi Lewis hosts a panel and an audience at the Newseum in Washington.
Fault Lines - Cyberwar Is the US contributing to the militarisation of cyberspace? Cyberwar. A conflict without footsoldiers, guns, or missiles. Instead the attacks are launched by computer hackers. Digital spy rings. Information thieves. Cyberarmies of kids, criminals, terrorists - some backed by nation states.
NBA 2K11: Maybe It's My Fault Michael Jordan Nike commercial re-created in NBA 2K11. Much like my "Look Me In The Eyes" video, I had to take the audio and match the video to it's context, since the ad featured no game footage. I was able to recreate the first two shots though, with some help from Google Earth's 3D buildings of Chicago. And inspired by the recent mashup of this and the "What should I do?" ad, I had to throw LeBron James in there at the end.
Beck - Nobody's fault but my own Masterpiece
Fault Lines - The Best of Fault Lines It has been almost a year since president Obama was elected, so has change really come to America? Since he came to power, its been the mission of Fault Lines to look beyond the rhetoric to reveal whats really driving the big stories of the day. We've travelled across America -- from the desolate city streets of a dying Detroit, to the queues of uninsured looking for basic healthcare -- to give voice to millions of Americans who have fallen through the cracks, and hold those responsible to account.
Hardly Working: It's Not Your Fault An episode of "Hardly Working," the comedy sketch series that the CollegeHumor staff shoots & acts in around our office. We're some of the people that run CH and create CHTV videos. Free CHTV video podcast on iTunes: CH Facebook Fan Page: For more, visit
Fault Lines - Dying Inside: Elderly in prison The US' massive prison population is getting older. Long sentences that were handed out decades ago are catching up with the American justice system. Prisons across the country are dedicating entire units just to house the elderly. During difficult economic times, the issue has hit a crisis point. Estimates are that locking up an older inmate costs three times as much as a younger one. How are prisons dealing with this issue? Who are the prisoners that are turning gray behind bars? Josh Rushing gains exclusive and unprecedented access to jails and prisons across the country to tell the story.
Fault Lines - Working through America's jobs crisis With tens of millions of Americans unemployed, and millions more struggling to survive on a minimum wage, the rapid spread of poverty and insufficient access to welfare have combined to form what some ***ysts are calling a 'social state of emergency' in the United States. Are there solutions? Fault Lines travels to some of the regions hardest hit by the recession, tracking some creative measures taken by local communities to combat the jobs crisis from the bottom up.
Fault Lines - On the brink: Iraq, Kurdistan and the battle for Kirkuk On this week's episode of Fault Lines Josh Rushing travels to Northern Iraq to look at one of the most serious divides that the country faces. Arabs and Kurds have been facing off in the North over issues such as land, oil and power.
Fault Lines - THE COLOR OF RECESSION Al Jazeeras Avi Lewis hosts a town hall debate on race & the US recession.
Fault Lines - Rio: Olympic City An explosion of joy on the streets of Rio greeted the announcement that the city would be hosting the 2016 Olympic Games. Two weeks later, Rio saw an explosion of violence when a police helicopter was shot down by drug traffickers. The government's reaction has been to intensify the crackdown on the citys slums - or Favelas. A Human Rights Watch report in December accused Rio and Sao Paolo police of killing over 11000 people since 2003. Many, the report claims, were executed by the police, shot at point blank range. Many were innocent. And on many occasions, the police tried to cover up the evidence. This week, Fault Lines travels to Rio to look at the crackdown in Rio's Favelas, and what it means for the people of the city.
not your fault (Good Will Hunting) sean: 「you see this, holy ***...」 sean: 「is not your fault...」 will: 「i know that」 sean: 「look at me son...」 sean: 「is not your fault...」 will: 「i know」 sean: 「is not your fault...」 will: 「i know」 sean: 「no, no, you no,」 sean: 「is not your fault...」 ============================== scene from Good Will Hunting(1997) Directed by Gus Van Sant Written by Matt Damon & Ben Affleck Casting Robin Williams as Sean Maguire Matt Damon as Will Hunting Ben Affleck as Chuckie Sullivan Stellan Skarsgård as Prof. Gerald Lambeau Minnie Driver as Skylar
Fault Lines - Honduras: 100 Days of Resistance 100 days since the coup detat that ousted Manuel Zelaya, Fault Lines travels to Honduras to look at polarization and power in the Americas, and finds resistance and repression in the streets.
New Found Glory - It's Not Your Fault Music video by New Found Glory performing It's Not Your Fault. (C) 2006 Geffen Records
Led Zeppelin Knebworth 1979 - Nobody's Fault But Mine Nobody's Fault But Mine Live At Knebworth England 1979.
Beck - Nobody's Fault But My Own live on ACL
Fault Lines - Obama: Year One - 19 Jan 10 Americans share their views on Obama the man, the policy-maker and the commander-in-chief.
Fault Lines - Haiti:The politics of rebuilding Just weeks after the earthquake that took more than 200000 lives, Avi Lewis finds that debates over how to rebuild Haiti are already underway.
Fault Lines - General Wesley Clark Josh Rushing in conversation with General Wesley Clark, the former Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO and former presidential candidate.
Fault Lines - The other debt crisis: Climate debt On this edition of Fault Lines, Avi Lewis travels to Bolivia to explore the country's climate crusade from the inside.
Led Zeppelin - Nobody's Fault But Mine wow! it's been already 2 years since I posted this vid and it went to 300k+ views! I give 200k+ thanks to every single 1 who watched this video.(Man, I hope this reaches the million any soon) + it's the most viewed "Nobody's fault but mine" video on YT!!! OO didn't think it had this much impact! this is a slide i made with some pictures led zeppelin. they aren't repeated. still i'll give you the lyrics of the song: Nobody's Fault But Mine (Page/Plant) Nobody's fault but mine (X 2) Trying to save my soul tonight It's nobody's fault but mine Devil he told me to roll (X2) How to roll the log tonight Nobody's fault but mine Brother he showed me the gong? Brother he showed me the ding dong ding dong How to roll, the log tonight Oh, it's nobody's fault but mine Got a monkey on my back. (X 2) Gonna change my ways tonight Nobody's fault but mine I will get down rollin' tonight NNNNN-Nobody's fault but mine Also, whoever likes this video, is pleased to push that yellow button on the upper right that says "Subscribe"! Thank you! PS Whoever's interested in download, here's the link: and if anyone wants to make money fast, click here: www.db- for every click on each ad, you'll get minimally 1$
Fault Lines - Canada-Israel: The other special relationship Seen as an honest-broker in the Israel-Palestinian conflict, Canada has become one of Israel's most fervent supporters. Avi Lewis investigates.
Fault Lines - In Deep Water: A Way of Life in Peril In the two months since the Deepwater Horizon explosion, millions of litres of oil have gushed out of BP's well into the water each day, slowly encroaching on the coastline. Fault Lines' Avi Lewis travels to the drill zone, and learns about the erosion in the wetlands from industry c***s and pipelines, the health problems blamed on contaminated air and water from petrochemical refineries.
Fault Lines Promo - Unemployment USA This week on Fault Lines, we look at the crisis of unemployment in the US and ask how the country got here and what needs to be done to fix it.
It Ain't My Fault by Mos Def & Lenny Kravitz | Mos Def, Lenny Kravitz, the Preservation Hall Band, Trombone Shorty, and Tim Robbins teamed up recently to record It Ain't My Fault to benefit Gulf Aid, a nonprofit created in response to the oil spill off the Louisiana Coast. Check out the video above and if you're interested in donating to the cause, please visit
Plain White T's - Your Fault A track from the Plain White T's called Your Fault - complete version Lyrics (As requested): You had your chance there's no reason to cry about it now You changed your plans hope that's still more important to you now No, I don't wanna talk You better know that this is all your fault I hope you know that this is all your fault You can't look back all that *** doesn't matter anymore You're way off track You better know that this is all your fault I hope you know that this is all your fault You better know that this is all your fault I hope you know that this is all your fault Why do you think about it? Why do you sing about it? Why do you care at all? Man, I don't know what I can say it's like she can't appreciate me And it makes me feel so goddamn small I try to tell you, but I've got no voice and you won't listen, so I have no choice It's time for you to move on without me Just don't forget that this is all All your fault All your fault You can't come back things can never be the same as before Can't have me anymore You say I'm going nowhere and that's what makes me keep dreaming You wish I would just shut up and that's what makes me keep screaming You tell me to watch my step instead, I'm falling out of love I thought you were all that I had but without you I've got it all It's all your fault All your fault You better know that this is all your fault I hope you know that this is all your fault Why do you think about it? Why do you sing about it? Why do you care at all ...
Fault Lines - The high and the mighty This fall California will vote on fully legalising cannabis. Fault Lines explores the implications for the economy, politicians and the criminal justice system.
Fault Lines - Illegal America: Arizona's immigration fight Josh Rushing travels to the epicentre of the country's broken immigration system.
Fault Lines - Cornel West Avi Lewis talks to Cornel West, professor of African American Studies at Princeton, hip hop artist, and one of the most controversial academics in the US about the state of democracy for African-Americans in the US today, US foreign policy, global recession, and his dispute with Lawrence Summers.
Fault Lines - Danny Glover Danny Glover is a critically-acclaimed actor, director and producer who is perhaps best known for roles in films like "Lethal Weapon" and "The Color Purple". A lifelong activist, his causes span HIV/Aids awareness, union organisation and the struggle for peace and justice in the Middle East.
Canterbury Earthquake - first flyover of fault trace GNS Scientists make an initial aerial assessment of the fault trace southwest of Christchurch
Fault Lines - Arundhati Roy Fault Lines presenter Avi Lewis sits down for a one-on-one interview with author and activist, Arundhati Roy.