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actually did learn something about Peter;

while I've always known that he was a music producer and did some video editing gigs, before he did the 1st Zeitgeist, but didn't know that he dabbled in equities for a bit.

Guess it only makes sense, but still a bit weird how some of the more prominent names in 'alternative' media-verse all hail from the financial sector/leaving the paper shuffling industry in disgust: from the brilliant Richard Grove at TragedyAndHope.com, Christopher Greene of Alternative Media TV (AMTVmedia.com), to Brian Rose at LondonReal.TV, Peter Joseph, and Molyneux (though he was more of a software industry entrepreneur than solely paper-shuffling per-se).

Well, suppose it's only natural: being a 'numbers person' definitely aids in investigative curiosity and logic.

glad to have them either way.

P.S. Yup. It's interesting watching the two: they both have flair for the dramatic. Not to mention: Molyneux's background IS actually IN Acting! LOL.

But the drone-monotonous voice, cadence, and intonation of Peter Joseph definitely takes a lot of patience to even bear listening to. That said, definitely, this is a good match up between philosophical polar opposites.

Hilariously/Ironically, Peter Joseph's sarcastic self-bio in the intro portion, is his actual "she doth protests too much:" that 'sarcastic' bio wasn't sarcastic at all, as that IS who he ACTUALLY is, observing the ideology he professes to uphold and exercise: the proposed dependence on a centralized supercomputer built and maintained by a class of collectivist technocrats.

Yet, personality wise, obviously aside from their driving individual philosophies, frankly, in some ways, Moly & Peter come off a lot more similar in personality to each other's, than not, IMO.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

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