Hey guys, I need your help.
Let me know about any particular footage that isn't where it's supposed to be on my archive, or anything else screwy on my various sites, so I can fix it.
I'm gearing up for new pre-election info seekers, and I don't want anyone to get turned off from bad links and the like. (Especially for non-tech people that may be searching for answers.)
Also a reminder that I will host video for anyone with video of important footage who can't afford to serve it.
Four more months to change the direction of the world guys.
These next four are the most important of all.
I know I've been slacking off a bit over here in the fight against the Shrub while I've been concentrating on my new music career. But I'm back, and all set up to do both now.
So let's do this thing :-)
lisaPosted by Lisa at July 03, 2004 06:36 AM | TrackBack
our silence means you're probably ready for the pre-election period
i'll be aware of the problems if any,
tPosted by: tristan on July 3, 2004 08:45 AM
I was looking for the 60 minutes Leslie Stahl piece on the Cayman Islands and I think the video page isn't coming up? Also, not sure if you would be able to find the interview Shrub had with Carole Coleman (the Irish reporter), where he wigged, out but if there's a quicktime version out there I'd love to download it!
Thank you so much for your stuff! Your site is wonderful!!!!!!!
ChrisPosted by: chris on July 3, 2004 08:39 PM
is where the Coleman interview is, so please enjoy. I believe that that particular link is the *entire* show, so you may want to fast-forward to 20:40 or thereabouts. I have seen an actual clip of just the interview. If Lisa ok's it, I can send it to her. Meanwhile, I'll keep going through my previous links to see where I originally got it from (my hunch is www.whatreallyhappened.com).Posted by: Seemant Kulleen on July 4, 2004 06:52 PM
I'm afraid none of the video clips I tried to open were there. Specifically, I was looking for the Cheney "your pants are on fire" clip as well as the one about the Wal-Mart case. And some others. It would be great to have this archive back online! I love The Daily Show. It should be preserved on the web.Posted by: Margaret on July 5, 2004 11:28 AM
First of all: I love your site(s). Especially the Daily Show clips. Hilarious! Please keep on doing this!! Sadly, I can't download the two clips on the Diebold e-voting machines. The links seem to be damaged. And do you have a clip on George Tenet resigning? Saw the clip on the Daily Show site - sooooo funny!Posted by: Claudius on July 10, 2004 12:11 PM