I wouldn't say the Frye docs were a scam like this article does, but Netflix has been putting out content like this for a while where the subjects of it are also the producers. There's one about meme culture produced by Paris Hilton ("she's so clever!"), one with crime stringers in L.A., etc. It's like the "sponsored content" that web news does now.
I read somewhere recently that besides the things that the subjects don't want reported, everything is PR.
And Stan Lee is alive now?
Although their reputation now is of corruption and "buying votes", I'm constantly drawn to the Tammany Hall politicians like Al Smith. Slobs over snobs like the Ivy League-bred FDR and Moses, I suppose.
Baywatch's Pamela Anderson with an amazing breakdown of France's yellow vests: https://www.pamelaandersonfoundation.org/news/2018/12/4/yellow-vests-and-i
Feels like this should be a much bigger story/movement: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/05/nyregion/medical-debt-charity-ny.html
twitter is awful, let's do something better
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