Documentaries....

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  1. syadasti

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    Watched this yesterday, very interesting - particularly the no till farming section.

     
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    Idiocracy, a documentary about modern day U.S.A.
     
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    I suppose Errol Morris is a good enough reason to postpone canceling my Netflix subscription.

     
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    Fantastically done. I'm a believer that a good documentary either changes your mind, or leads you conflicted about which side of the story you want to be on. This one does a great job on the latter. You don't get to live in OR too long before you hear about the Rajneesh, but I had no idea.