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Youtube: Longer Videos for Selected Users

Congratulations! Your account is now enabled for uploads longer than 15 minutes.

Aaron is one of youtube.com’s “selected users” and is now able to upload videos longer than 15 minutes. Why was he selected? From what I can find online, youtube selected people with a history of complying with the YouTube’s Guidelines and copyright rules. The fact that he spends virtually all of his free time on youtube probably helped too. When he is not making movies, he is watching them!

To celebrate his new found freedom, Aaron has uploaded one of his favorite films, which was previously too long for youtube (he doesn’t like uploading videos in parts). Here it is, “Deadly Seduction” Uncut, uninterrupted and commercial free!

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The Largest Atheist Ad Campaign In History

Consider Humanism – Richard Dawkins from American Humanist Association on Vimeo.

A national multimedia ad campaign – the largest, most extensive ever by a godless organization – launched Nov. 9, 2010 and will include a spot on NBC Dateline on Friday, November 12, as well as other television ads, that directly challenge biblical morality and fundamentalist Christianity. The campaign, sponsored by the American Humanist Association, also features ads in major national and regional newspapers and magazines demonstrating that secular humanist values are consistent with mainstream America and that fundamentalist religion has no right to claim the moral high ground.
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Aaron on the “2 Guys Who Like To Talk” Show

On June 23, 2010, Aaron was a guest of Grafton Community Television’s popular public access show 2 Guys Who Like To Talk” with hosts Richard Schultze and Bill Robidoux. Bob DeToma, producer of “Day Trip To History”, was also a guest on the show. The 2 Guys show is a live program that features special guests, viewer’s calls, discussions and debates of current topics and issues.

Here is a little clip from the show, (edited to fit youtubes time restrictions).

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