An excellent documentary on the collusion of profit driven pharmaceutical companies and drug dealing doctors to create their own newly legal drug market.
It’s a brilliant scam, really; take a real disorder (ADD) that affects a small percentage of the population, then ascribe symptoms to it that parallel normal children’s behavior… and voilÃ , you’ve made billions!
Watch NIMH get busted on this very issue… marvel as they waffle and squirm, trying to identify a single symptom that cause 10% of boys in U.S. schools to be drugged.
The government has jumped forward to help, by sending Child Protective Services to take away reported “problem” children and forcing them onto drug programs. These agents are sent on the recommendation of elementary school teachers, not doctors. This is outrageous. And it will probably continue for years.
An F-4 Phantom meets a nuclear plant protective barrier at 500 miles per hour.
A great monologue by the legendary Pryor. NSFW language.
An early appearance of Oingo Boingo with the incomparable Danny Elfman on the Gong Show.
An inspiring commercial for an Argentinian presidential candidate.
A video of worshipers in an Appalachian church who handle snakes as part of their services.
We finish up MST3K week with a glimpse of a time when car salesmen ruled the Earth.Bonus Post: During the last episode of this series the engineers inserted an unexpected montage of the worst moments from the dumbest movies ever. It’s a refreshing change to hear the Satellite of Love’s crew merely laughing and enjoying themselves, rather than working on the next wisecrack.
We hope you enjoyed MST3K week. More MST3K can be found at your friendly local YouTube.
In keeping a nuclear family together, appearances are everything.
A heart wrenching reminder courtesy of Union Pacific Railroad… Too bad public safety notices are not an Oscar category.