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"It is an unfortunate human failing that a full pocketbook often groans more loudly than an empty stomach."
-- Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Music by Weezie
As for the statistics in the cartoon, I get most of my information from an article in the New York Times by Barbara Crossette (Sept. 27, 1998) and George McGovern's book, Third Freedom.


This has always been one of my absolute (and first) favorites on Newgrounds. I'll never understand why everyone trashes it so mercilessly in the reviews.

good movie, crap point

nobody cares anymore, if all the disadvantaged people want a better life then tell them to get off their asses and goddang do some freaking thing about it, death to dictators is what the africans should be saying not bleed the non africans to their bloody last atoms. you should be ashamed of yourself.

Im happy...

that someone would finally bring attention to this in such an inspiring way, but really, is it nesacarry o do it on the one website that had been free of this shit?

good movie.

I agree with all the people below and an old site named free rice.com is where you answer questions and donate rice completely 100% free :)
i hope this inspires some people to do this!!! plz!

I have a better solution to all of these problems!

Nuke the hell out of the commies ;)

When they are gone, jack their stuff and give it to really poor people :)
That way, we can still sit on our asses and have 2 billion extra people off the world! FACE IT, EARTH IS OVERPOPULATED! WE NEED TO GET RID OF SOCIALIST PIGS TO FURTHER THE LIFE OF OTHERS. BOMB IRAN! BOMB NORTH KOREA! BOMB CHINA! BOMB VIETNAM! BOMB SOME OTHER DOUCHEBAGS! That way we don't have to bomb ourselves ;)


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4.03 / 5.00

Dec 7, 2005
1:25 PM EST
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