Jon Stewart again does what the others in the “media” can’t do. At the end, I don’t think Stewart is really laughing. Fuck you too, billionaires. In fact, the use of footage coupled with intertitles afterwards showing the fate of those banks and insurance companies is straight out of a serious doc, not a comedy show.
From the statement of purpose:
Urban Camouflage deals with the question how to camouflage
oneself and one’s identity in the urban space. Our costumes are
inspired by the ghillie suits, the military camouflage suit. It was
an adventure to wear the suit in the stores because of the conflicts
with the employees, the reaction of the customers and also to see
the pretty well camouflage effect in a real situation.
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The first rap hit was Rapper’s Delight by the Sugar Hill Gang, and it sampled straight from Chic’s “Good Times.” Nile Rodgers, Chic’s guitarist and co-creator, tells about how his band’s song morphed from party anthem to another group’s single. This is as close to pin-pointing where rap started as we can get…maybe?