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My first Flash piece.
Note: I thought about doing this a long time ago, and Dubya's policies have changed since then. I still think it's worth doing.
I gave you a 10 on your sound cause I like your voice. You have a sexy voice, and I'm not the only one to think so. This is my favorite of your (so far) two movies. Keep 'em coming.
That was fantastic
It's nice to see something with a message (particularly an antibush message) on newgrounds. It was well drawn, lacked animation but it didn't really call for any. I wish there was something higher than a five I could give you. Keep it up.
Keep up the good work
We need more flashes with a message. I gave you a 5.
pathetic waste of time
No offence but THIS SUCKED!!!
Supply and Demand
I gathered all of the issues from narration's dramatic overtones. Two issues bugged me the most.
Okay, issue number one: The American Family can't afford medical bills. Problem, this is a true fact. Solution, you've got to realize that America has some of the top doctors of the world. Our doctors go through extensive schooling, and they have to make it worth their while by charging huge bills. Plus technology is increasing so fast that it's hard for anybody to afford (it's a low supply, huge demand market). Nobodies forcing you to pay the doctor or to pay the bills for technology, but nobody will pay them for you.
Second: American corporations are moving to other countries for cheaper labor. Problem, this is true. Solution, you've got to realize that minimum wage has dramatically increased over the years, and that America has outpriced itself globally for mass production (assembly line jobs), which is why most successful Americans have a college education and work in services, not goods. Global trade benefits all continents including our own (except the few unfortunates who get laid off).
Thank you for your time.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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