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Anonymous
January 23, 2005 7:34:25 PM

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Tsunami Disaster Video and Photo CD-Rom now available. Approximately
650 Megabytes of Tsunami Video footage from before, during and after
the deadly tsunami waves hit in December 2004.

The videos and photos contain extremely graphic scenes. Get your copy
of the Tsunami Video and Photo CD from
http://www.sci-bercellar.com/tsunami

50% of the funds from the sale of the Tsunami Video is donated to
Unicef. Some sample videos available on the site. Check it out!

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Anonymous
January 24, 2005 5:08:20 AM

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skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com wrote:

> Tsunami Disaster Video and Photo CD-Rom now available. Approximately
> 650 Megabytes of Tsunami Video footage from before, during and after
> the deadly tsunami waves hit in December 2004.
>
> The videos and photos contain extremely graphic scenes. Get your copy
> of the Tsunami Video and Photo CD from
> http://www.sci-bercellar.com/tsunami
>
> 50% of the funds from the sale of the Tsunami Video is donated to
> Unicef. Some sample videos available on the site. Check it out!

Wow.. This is really slimy!

Taking someone else's video, placing it on-line, asking for people to
pay 10 bucks for the privilege of watching these videos, and giving a
mere 50%, which is a claim, sinks humanity to a new all time low..

Plllleeeesss..

-Richard
Anonymous
January 24, 2005 5:08:21 AM

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"Richard Ragon" <bsema04@hananho.com> wrote in message
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> skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com wrote:
>
>> Tsunami Disaster Video and Photo CD-Rom now available. Approximately
>> 650 Megabytes of Tsunami Video footage from before, during and after
>> the deadly tsunami waves hit in December 2004.
>>
>> The videos and photos contain extremely graphic scenes. Get your copy
>> of the Tsunami Video and Photo CD from
>> http://www.sci-bercellar.com/tsunami
>>
>> 50% of the funds from the sale of the Tsunami Video is donated to
>> Unicef. Some sample videos available on the site. Check it out!
>
> Wow.. This is really slimy!
>
> Taking someone else's video, placing it on-line, asking for people to pay
> 10 bucks for the privilege of watching these videos, and giving a mere
> 50%, which is a claim, sinks humanity to a new all time low..
>
> Plllleeeesss..
>
> -Richard
>

One could argue that all of the agencies are helpful because they employ
people. You don't think the heads of the Red Cross or Unicef work for
peanuts, do you? They make HUGE salaries, and someone pays them. We
do...with charity.
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January 24, 2005 10:23:38 AM

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skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com wrote:

>Tsunami Disaster Video and Photo CD-Rom now available. Approximately
>650 Megabytes of Tsunami Video footage from before, during and after
>the deadly tsunami waves hit in December 2004.
>
>The videos and photos contain extremely graphic scenes. Get your copy
>of the Tsunami Video and Photo CD from
>http://www.sci-bercellar.com/tsunami
>
>50% of the funds from the sale of the Tsunami Video is donated to
>Unicef. Some sample videos available on the site. Check it out!

This has got to be an all time low, even on the internet!
Anonymous
January 24, 2005 7:06:14 PM

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skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com wrote:
> Tsunami Disaster Video and Photo CD-Rom now available. Approximately
> 650 Megabytes of Tsunami Video footage from before, during and after
> the deadly tsunami waves hit in December 2004.
>
> The videos and photos contain extremely graphic scenes. Get your copy
> of the Tsunami Video and Photo CD from
> http://www.sci-bercellar.com/tsunami
>
> 50% of the funds from the sale of the Tsunami Video is donated to
> Unicef. Some sample videos available on the site. Check it out!
>

can anyone get any lower, using someone elses video, trying to extract
money from an disaster that killed 230K people

worse than that this "person" is not even local to the areas effected,
they are in the US.

looking at the site, seems ebay did the right thing and kicked them off

this person was posting from google, but actually came from:

12.183.9.50 (sniper.1internet.us)

the site:

http://www.sci-bercellar.com (12.183.9.24)

is hosted by:

NUMBER ONE INTERNET SERVICES NUMBER-O43-8 (NET-12-183-8-0-1)
12.183.8.0 - 12.183.15.255

abuse emails to:

abuse@1internet.us

with a copy to

sales@1internet.us

lets see how long it takes them to kick this "person" off there network

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Anonymous
January 24, 2005 11:37:03 PM

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I live in Asia. I stayed in one of the areas hit by the tsunami a few months
ago.

You are slime



<skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1106526865.574640.234890@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> Tsunami Disaster Video and Photo CD-Rom now available. Approximately
> 650 Megabytes of Tsunami Video footage from before, during and after
> the deadly tsunami waves hit in December 2004.
>
> The videos and photos contain extremely graphic scenes. Get your copy
> of the Tsunami Video and Photo CD from
> http://www.sci-bercellar.com/tsunami
>
> 50% of the funds from the sale of the Tsunami Video is donated to
> Unicef. Some sample videos available on the site. Check it out!
>
Anonymous
January 26, 2005 3:25:44 PM

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It is slime to want to help people? Who is really the slime here?

If you look at the site it will also show you the links for direct
donations to many of the charities. The CD costs money to produce and
advertise which is why only $5 of the $10 is donated -- and NO the
images and videos are NOT stolen. The full rights to distribute each
have been given to our company from the individuals and organizations
who submitted their works to us.

We have so far donated $3,455.00 to Unicef through our sales of this
CD. More help is still needed. The main purpose of this CD was to
help the victims of the Tsunami because we care and want to do what we
can by doing something we are good at. Also this CD saves hours of
searching and downloading time for those who want to see what their
local news is not showing them in regards to the damage and loss of
life caused by the Tsunami.

For copies of donation receipts to Unicef, send a self addressed
stamped envelope to Sci-bercellar Tsunami CD, 3232 Eastern Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21224.
Anonymous
January 27, 2005 9:36:05 AM

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<skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1106771143.997727.37660@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> It is slime to want to help people? Who is really the slime here?

This is appropriated footage of other people's tragedy repackaged for
titillation.

And given your emphasis on the "graphic" how much of it is genuinely human
moving stuff and how much of it gross pictures of bloated bodies that the
sick can catch on ogrish.com anyway?

People who genuinely want to give money to charity will do so without
getting off on looking at other people's horror. Many of us have.

> The full rights to distribute each
> have been given to our company from the individuals and organizations
> who submitted their works to us.

I work in the Asian media as a journalist. I know many of the people who
shot internationally distributed video and photographs of the tsunami,
including the charities that took photos for identification purposes and
certain Thai TV stations. I will check with them whether they have indeed
been contacted by you with regard to rights. It is particularly easy for me
to contact the Cantonese family who shot one of the videos on your site.
This footage is NOT public domain when sold for profit.
Anonymous
January 27, 2005 9:28:10 PM

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"Richard Ragon" <bsema04@hananho.com> wrote in message
news:o MYId.14328$wZ2.2328@newssvr13.news.prodigy.com...
> skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com wrote:
>
>> Tsunami Disaster Video and Photo CD-Rom now available. Approximately
>> 650 Megabytes of Tsunami Video footage from before, during and after
>> the deadly tsunami waves hit in December 2004.
>>
>> The videos and photos contain extremely graphic scenes. Get your copy
>> of the Tsunami Video and Photo CD from
>> http://www.sci-bercellar.com/tsunami
>>
>> 50% of the funds from the sale of the Tsunami Video is donated to
>> Unicef. Some sample videos available on the site. Check it out!
>
> Wow.. This is really slimy!
>
> Taking someone else's video, placing it on-line, asking for people to pay
> 10 bucks for the privilege of watching these videos, and giving a mere
> 50%, which is a claim, sinks humanity to a new all time low..
>
> Plllleeeesss..
>
> -Richard
>
>

it's 'puhleeeze'

get it together.

;p)
Anonymous
January 28, 2005 12:36:38 PM

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G P wrote:
> <skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:1106771143.997727.37660@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> > It is slime to want to help people? Who is really the slime here?
>
> This is appropriated footage of other people's tragedy repackaged for

> titillation.
>
> And given your emphasis on the "graphic" how much of it is genuinely
human
> moving stuff and how much of it gross pictures of bloated bodies that
the
> sick can catch on ogrish.com anyway?
>
> People who genuinely want to give money to charity will do so without

> getting off on looking at other people's horror. Many of us have.
>
> > The full rights to distribute each
> > have been given to our company from the individuals and
organizations
> > who submitted their works to us.
>
> I work in the Asian media as a journalist. I know many of the people
who
> shot internationally distributed video and photographs of the
tsunami,
> including the charities that took photos for identification purposes
and
> certain Thai TV stations. I will check with them whether they have
indeed
> been contacted by you with regard to rights. It is particularly easy
for me
> to contact the Cantonese family who shot one of the videos on your
site.
> This footage is NOT public domain when sold for profit.

Let it go, idiot. We all need a little death and destruction to get
us through the day.
Anonymous
January 30, 2005 11:52:03 AM

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<johnb521@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>
> G P wrote:
>> <skinnysuge0-tsunami@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> news:1106771143.997727.37660@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>> > It is slime to want to help people? Who is really the slime here?
>>
>> This is appropriated footage of other people's tragedy repackaged for
>
>> titillation.
>>
>> And given your emphasis on the "graphic" how much of it is genuinely
> human
>> moving stuff and how much of it gross pictures of bloated bodies that
> the
>> sick can catch on ogrish.com anyway?
>>
SNIP

> Let it go, idiot. We all need a little death and destruction to get
> us through the day.

May you find yourself in a position to get it.
>
!