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TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Pacers compete in harness race on Yonkers Raceway, New York, at end of 1958 season
At the end of the harness racing season in Yonkers Raceway, a moving car carries mobile starting gate with harness racers aligned across the track behind it. The gate folds up and the starter car speeds away allowing the race to get underway. Spectators in the stands are seen dressed warmly on this cold, damp December day. The horses, and drivers in sulkies,race around the water-covered track. Narrator comments that horses were meant to run, not swim. Location: New York United States USA. Date: December 4, 1958.
Item title reads - Hot drivers, cold cars! <br/> <br/>Hamburg, Germany. <br/> <br/>M/S of man "Herr Fumff" leaving his house on a snowy morning, he puts his hands up in the air and stands looking at his car which is completely snowed under. He walks back to another man who is clearing the path of snow. He takes the man's shovel and broom and uses them to shovel snow from the car's wheels. M/S as he walks away from the car, lays the shovel down and picks the handbrush up. He starts sweeping the windscreen then stops as he realises a man and woman are sat in the car. He waves his broom at them and they shout back at him. He walks around to the front of the car and sweeps the snow off the number plate, he realises his mistake and goes to pick up the shovel, but slips on the kerb and falls on his face. He picks himself up, then the shovel, and walks towards the right car where he begins to sweep snow off the windscreen. <br/> <br/>Various speeded up shots as he clears the car. C/U of his hands brushing snow from the lock on the door, he leans forward and blows the snow from the keyhole, then he tries to insert the key but finds the lock frozen. M/S as he gets his lighter out of his pocket, it eventually lights and he holds it under the lock but it goes out. He lights it again and holds it under the lock, he puts his key over the light as well. He puts the lighter away. Another speeded up scene shows him opening the door and getting in. C/U inside the car as our friend pulls the starter but gets no response. C/U of engine turning over but not starting. C/U inside the car, as the man pushes and pulls knobs on the dashboard. He gets mad and pulls his hat down hard on his head then starts to get out of his car. He hits the car, slams the door, and slams the engine bonnet down. He then walks into the road and hails a taxi.
Woman in cozy van in snow in winter
Woman enjoying road trip in her uniquely decorated van in the winter in the snow. Driving, enjoying scenery, lighting candles, making and drinking tea, cozying up in bed at night. Part of a series
Cold Weather
A commuter tries to jump start his car in frigid cold Canadian winter weather.
DN-LB-043 Beta SP
[Truman & Sec. Marshall at Airport leaving for London]
WX: MADISON COLD CARS (01/13/1998)
Urban Fires
0:00:00 - 0:01:10 >>> Day. Various apartment house, smoke from corner of roof, a ladder tower extended to window and then to roof. 0:01:10 - 0:10:53 >>> Night. A very smoky fire in stores on a corner on 161st St. in the Bronx. Firemen cut locks off widow gates and they are opened for entry. Ladder towers are deployed to the roof. Firemen break out store windows as heavy smoke spews out. Firemen carry hose to one very smoky store and start to direct water stream into store. ZI firemen manning hose. 0:10:53 - 0:19:23 >>> PAN down street as firemen cut open steel window gates on other store down block, back to corner smoky stores. Firemen open gates to more stores. PANs activity in very smoky area. Good shots from behind fire engines toward fire with ladders extended to the roof. Firemen on smoky roof as flames erupt thru. Firemen carry water loaded hose out of doorway to the place where flames erupted thru roof. 0:19:23 - 0:26:26 >>> PANs and ZIs firemen, a group holding a hose enter a store, a fireman carries a coil of hose on his shoulder. Firemen climb up ladder to roof with hose, many already there, flames visible further back on roof. Shot over ladder engine flames and heavy smoke from roof. ZI fireman on roof signaling with flashlight. ZIs firemen on roof, firemen in store pulling down ceiling with hooks. 0:26:27 - 0:33:42 >>> Night. Fire in three story building, ladders extended to upper floors. - Day. Firemen in a car garage. ZI a tanker truck, seen thru large hole in floor, lying in level below a gasoline dispensing pump. MS in street, Dollar Rent-a-car airport parking garage. Hazardous Materials truck arrives. PAN the many engines at the scene. Shot down to tank truck shows floor gave way and loaded gasoline truck fell thru. ZI to firemen working at tanker valves, tanker tilted on two jacks. 0:33:43 - 0:38:50 >>> A 55 gallon drum is passed to a fireman on ladder who carries it down. ZI a car crushed under broken concrete floor, lights flashing. ZI door Model Trucking - Nassau. ZI fireman in boots in lower level walking in deep liquid. PAN area, ZI jackhammer, Battalion Chief Siegel at scene. ZI another crushed car. NYPD men there. 0:38:51 - 0:43:45 >>> A coil of flexible tubing is passed down to fireman on ladder. Firemen on entry floor level work at attaching a hoist to a large I-beam under the roof. Firemen, having set up a work table in the street cut a large square wood beam with a large circular cut-off saw. Another fireman works at cutting a plywood sheet with a hand operate circular saw, equipment from the Collapse Rescue truck. ZI a fan outside a grille vent drawing gasoline fumes out from garage. 0:43:46 - 0:53:22 >>> Firemen rolling a car on dollies under wheel away in the street. Good shot thru an opening, firemen working around the tanker walking in inches deep liquid (water??). ZI another wrecked car. Many firemen working at the truck level. ZI spotlights. Firemen erect wood beams and some large round plastic tanks are around the tanker, one inscribed with name Vetter. Much activity continues. 0:53:29 - 0:58:14 >>> DAY. A Con Edison truck with workers at a manhole with firemen there. Firemen lay out a large red plastic rectangle in the street, attach a pressure cylinder and blow up a tent to stand with the words FIRE imprinted on it. Fire engines approach down street. Shot of FDNY Decontamination truck. PAN by tent to firemen taking off outer clothes and equipment in front of tent and putting them into a clear plastic bag as they disrobe from outer clothes. ZI Decontamination truck. 0:58:14 - 1:03:45 >>> Night. LS fire engines in street on Merrick Blvd., smoke from building. MS firemen spraying water into store on fire. Good MS three groups of firemen spraying three streams of water into store. Firemen climb up onto truck and go up truck ladder to the roof. Good shot three groups of firemen, kneeling in water flowing in the street, manning hoses and streams of water into store. Good shots up to buckets on tower ladders spraying water to the roof. Good shot of firemen struggling to control pressured hose and help the one holding the nozzle. 1:03:45 - 1:07:16 >>> Good shots of water from hoses impinging on building with ZIs into fire thru openings. Good PANs different hose teams. Firemen seem to have quelled flames, building still smoking. 1:07:16 - 1:14:45 >>> Day. Firemen at an accident. A tractor trailer hit the back of new car trailer. Fireman applies water. Graphic shot of destruction. Cab of semi on its side having ridden up onto auto trailer. PAN to semi trailer with all sides sagged over. Shot down highway, at Exit 30 to the Cross Island Expressway, firemen working at something in collapsed semi trailer and other firemen hose in between. Shot of cab from semi totally fire consumed and its motor having fallen out lying on the road. Firemen spray foam. Shot of pile of dirt on road. 1:14:46 - 1:19:53 >>> Firemen pull part semi's burned out cab. CU fireman inspecting a fire extinguisher with the tank split open. Shot over wreckage as traffic on the other side in other direction goes slowly by. Firemen are extracting the fuel from the semi's tanks and piping into yellow 55 gallon drum labeled Salvage Drum. Firemen soak their heads with cold water from a small spout on a fire engine. A bulldozer moves movable median blocks to allow another fire truck and police car to get to scene. Long line of stalled traffic an the road behind accident scene. 1:19:53 - 1:22:34 >>> PAN from higher point at side of highway over wreckage to tow truck at the car trailer tractor. Bulldozer goes around and tries to lift semi's cab off the auto trailer, raises it, tow truck raises the auto tractor, next shot is something had broken away and is rolling down highway. 1:22:35 - 1:32:05 >>> Night. Firemen lead three women with wet hair and clothes out of building, one fireman carrying a young girl with wet hair on his arm. A fireman consoles one woman and the young girl is placed on a stretcher. PAN back to smoke blackened building, ZI firemen working at garage on ground level with a burned car out of the garage on the sidewalk. ZI windows firemen working. Fireman on adjoining building terrace, pulls out roof soffet to get to concealed fire, live embers fall out. Good shots, ZI to top floor window as two firemen use hose to ceiling and a fireman sits on the windowsill, one leg out, and pulls down soffet eave with his hook. Firemen use hose from adjoining terrace to direct stream of water under the eave of the soffet. ZI young girl on stretcher talking to fireman who covers her with blanket. Firemen in ladder tower bucket break open more of soffet. Firemen in bucket cuts power cable and tapes live ends. 1:32:05 - 1:45:30 >>> Day. Good series of MSs and CUs as firemen cut a boy out of a plastic swing seat. The boy evidently got into a seat much too small for him and got stuck in it.. Boy is lying on the ground as firemen use a Sawsall and a small reciprocating saw to cut open the front safety guard being careful not to cut the boy as they work. Good CUs to the saws cutting thru the thick plastic guard. 1:45:30 - 1:47:10 >>> Day. Fire in a two story private house. Ladder to second floor window. Clothes and furniture can be seen being thrown out window. Firemen hose wall of next house that had been burned on outside. 1:47:10 - 1:48:30 >>> Night. Fire in an apartment house. Fire chief talks into his two way radio and listens to reply. 1:48:30 - 1:54:12 >>> Day. Fire in building with overhead rolling metal gates. Firemen grind open locks, raise gates and attack fire inside with hose. Tower ladder and hand placed ladders to the roof. 1:54:12 - 1:59:00 >>> Day. Good HA down to buckets on ladder towers with firemen maneuvering the high pressure water nozzles down to the roof of a building with CUs water striking the roof and also the water striking the side of the building, another stream of water from a building across the street. CUs to firemen in the towers. Good shot, firemen on the roof off close by apartment house, use hoses from the roof down to the fire. LS hoses from the street also sending water up into building.
Savoie. Snow in the villages
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
The 90's, episode 309: THE STREET: MUSIC AND PEOPLE
00:55 Cold open: pigeons. 04:26 Polka Dots by Skip Blumberg. A delivery man loads polka dot dresses into his van via a cord that slides them down from a 5th floor window to the street. Skip asks the man what's new in this year's fashions. He replies, Polka dots, a lot of Chiffon. Skip retorts, Yeah, that's your company, but when you're driving around on the streets, what are women wearing? He says, A lot of tights and tights with polka dots. 05:17 Shell Game by Skip Blumberg. On the streets of New York, a con man runs a betting game. 05:39 Earring Man by Skip Blumberg. A jewelry store security guard sports a collection of studded earrings along the cartilage of his ear. I guess you get a discount on earrings, Skip says. 10:50 Robert Byrd by Jim Mulryan. Robert Byrd, a homeless man, suggests that in order to deal with the problems of the homeless, everyone should take ten minutes out of his or her day to write a letter to the President. He then lists talking points for a sample letter. 16:13 Zimbabwe Homeless by Andrew Jones. In Harare, Zimbabwe, videomaker Andrew Jones interviews Richard Raubenheimer, a white homeless man. When Jones expresses confusion about the number of white homeless men on the streets in Harare, Raubenheimer explains that most of these men are former Rhodesian soldiers. He says that many of these men face racism from black managers and are unable to find jobs, or are simply disinterested in working. In conclusion, Jones asks, What's special about being on the streets of Harare? Nothing. Nothing's special. 17:17 The Old Balladeer by Jim Passin. In London, an old man sings The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen as he accompanies himself with accordion. The music plays over time lapse city images. 19:22 The Wastebasket by Skip Blumberg. Fred Kent of Project for Public Space, discusses the surprising ways that people utilize the space around a wastebasket on a busy street corner in New York through the use of time lapse film. 21:06 Fresh Fish by Skip Blumberg. Skip Blumberg goes to the market to check out the fish. He asks which fish is the freshest, and the vendor points to a box full of live, squirming catfish. That's pretty fresh! says Skip. 23:04 What's That Smell? by Skip Blumberg. Doug Skinner sings and plays ukulele on a song called What's That Smell?, a jokey sort of song about bad smells. It's so abrasive and is so pervasive that you don't feel well... 25:33 Times Square, 1991 by Esti Marpet. The sights and sounds of Times Square. John Tumelty of the NYPD likens the West Side to a good ham sandwich. Prof. Vernon Boggs of City University tells us how to spot an undercover cop car. Prof. William Kornblum of City University says nothing pays as well as pornography and points out the Show World Center - a department store of pornography. A chess match leads to an argument. 29:14 Art Pushes, Art Provokes by Pedro Carvajal. A guerrilla art group covers alcohol and tobacco billboards in New York with their own PSAs. Among them include: McDonald's: Better Living Through Chemistry, Censorship is Good Because *********, and AIDS: It's Not Just for Gays Anymore. 31:39 Woman Walking by Skip Blumberg. A woman walking down the street talks about how a woman should protect herself when walking on New York City streets. If you take precautions you're ok. 32:37 Womanaware by Skip Blumberg. A self-empowerment workshop teaches women how to defend themselves on the New York streets. In a staged confrontation, a woman plants her cowboy boots into her attacker's face. She then credits Womanaware for giving her self-confidence and teaching her to read the street. If you can run - run, she advises. 33:48 Excerpt from Overnight Man by Tom Weinberg. In footage from 1978, all-night Chicago street reporter Joe Cummings phones in a mysterious death that occurred on the subway: The man is 25 to 40, fully clothed and... dead. 35:00 Chicago Musicians by Kathie Robertson. Various street musicians perform on subway platforms in Chicago. A tap dancer dances to Nobody Cares About Me. Nicholas Barron sings his original tune I Wish I Was a Bird and comments on the importance of street performance as a means to develop as an artist. In the meantime, the Chicago Transit Authority tries to ban street performers. 38:27 Project Troubadour by Stuart Leigh. A group of American musicians and dancers travel to Brazil to entertain rural villages in the troubadour tradition, which involves bringing messages and stories through song from town to town. They discuss the importance of reviving this tradition. After a performance, we feel bonded with the people. On The Day of the King's Festival one participant reacts, I didn't understand it, but I didn't feel I had to understand it because I could feel it. 42:44 Todd Alcott by Skip Blumberg. The 90's regular, Todd Alcott, rants about his paranoid fantasies and inability to interact with society: I've had enough. Some times when I see people on the street, they'll follow salutations with 'How are you?' I don't know how to respond to this. I usually get all goggle-eyed and say 'I'm here!' They usually take this as a smart remark, a cutting barb, an anti-social jibe. I don't know what they want me to say. I am there, after all... I'm already interacting like crazy... Sometimes when I walk by an iron fence with spikes on top, I'm always afraid I'm going to trip and impale my head on the spikes... I'm afraid of the subway trains... I can't remember the name of the place that I work... I am embarrassed. I am unhappy. 45:14 Times Beach by Bruce Lixey. A documentary about Times Beach, MO. From 1972 to 1973 the city contracted Russell Bliss to spray the roads with an oil-based formula to keep the dust down. In addition to oil, the spray also had dioxin in it, the mos t toxic chemical known to man. The town has since been closed down and purchased by the U.S. government. An ex-resident points out some of the sites of the town, which have since been overcome with weeds. The government knew about the contamination, but the EPA waited until 1982 to test for it. The woman pulls out photographs of her family. Her 18-year-old grandson is deaf, her granddaughter has leukemia and all of her female children have female problems In 1992, the government plans to incinerate the town and turn it into a recreational park. 51:01 Baby Stroller by Skip Blumberg. Danica Kombol demonstrates the trials of using a baby stroller on the streets of New York. 53:07 One Man Band by Nancy Cain. In Venice Beach, Cedric Stokes plays the saxophone and drums at the same time. 53:42 Blind Walk by Skip Blumberg. Lilly Barry, a blind woman, talks about the problems she faces getting around New York. At a street corner, Skip says, Should we go? and starts her walking across the street. Just in time, he realizes, I guess we shouldn't. It's blinking 'Don't Walk.' That was so stupid on my part. 55:04 Betty Aberlin by Skip Blumberg. In New York, Betty Aberlin points out metal armrests which the city has installed on park benches to keep the homeless from sleeping on them. She deadpans that they couldn't sleep there unless they were extremely thin. 53:36 Federal Express by Skip Blumberg. Skip walks to Federal Express office and sends some tapes to The 90's. 56:37 The 90's Mailbag segment with Joe Cummings. 54:43 Fran and Tak by Skip Blumberg. Fran Korenman talks about her mother's reaction to her husband Takayoshi Yoshida. She says it was easier for her Jewish mother to deal with their interracial relationship when Tak demonstrated a minimal knowledge of Yiddish. 55:46 Charles Cooke by Jay April. Charles Cooke, a Chumash Indian Chief, is asked about his feelings about involving whites in his struggles for Native American rights. He replies, You have to have the camaraderie, that fellowship, that brotherhood. That creates this type of thing where people have to come together.
Woman driving van in winter in snow, smiling
Woman enjoying road trip in her uniquely decorated van in the winter in the snow. Driving, enjoying scenery, lighting candles, making and drinking tea, cozying up in bed at night. Part of a series
AFP-19AA 16mm; VTM-19AA Beta SP
Dramatization of civilian life in Tokyo; actual footage of Japanese Soldiers during invasion of Manchuria.
A dramatization. Opening scene shows two newsgirls selling papers on a street corner in the Ginza district of Tokyo. One calls out to passersby (unseen). She looks up at a clock tower showing it is almost midnight. The weather is cold and the girls are trying to stay warm. Views of neon signs on business establishments in the area. Scene shifts to men and women dancing to accordian music in a night club. A couple leaving the club obtain their coats and put them on. The woman glances at a watch on her finger. Next scene shows headlights of a moving car and its horn is heard blowing several times. Then lights of several cars are seen. Scene shifts back to the newspaper girls now joined by another girl and a boy. Scene shifts to Manchuria, where a troop of Japanese cavalry are riding in formation on a dusty road. Sounds of machine gun fire are heard in background. Japanese soldiers run past rocks. Two carry a Type 11 37 mm infantry support gun. Others carry boxes of ammunition. Glimpse of soldiers setting up the 37mm gun as another uses a periscopic sight and rangefinder. Several soldiers at another location are firing light machine guns supported by bipods. Closeup of a Japanese soldier silhouetted against the sky. Scene shifts back to the four newspaper children. They all say goodnight and start to leave. One of the girls steps from the corner, and is struck by a taxicab, apparently carrying her parents who've come to take her home. The driver jumps out and carries her to the sidewalk and her parents rush to her side. Next, a collection of dolls is seen in the girl's room, where she is lying on a bed. A doctor speaks with her parents. Later, another woman and a different doctor are seen with the parents at the girl's bedside. The girl begins to speak anxiously. The parents are dismayed and her mother speaks earnestly to her and cradles her head. Location: Japan. Date: 1933.
Stalled Car in Winter Weather
In Toronto, driver Tony Lee attempts to start his car during a record cold snap. A Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) tow truck driver arrives to help.
Titles read: "JUST A WAVE - COLD!" <br/> <br/>New York State, United States of America. <br/> <br/>Various shots of upstate New York under heavy snow. A woman climbs up a snowdrift outside her house to get to the roof and starts to shovel away at snow that has buried her car in the garage. A snow plough makes its way across a snowy track, clearing the way for a steam train it is towing along. In Boston, the crew of a ship bash away at ice and snow that covers the rigging. <br/> <br/>Several good shots of Niagara Falls surrounded by snow and ice - spectacular!
Drivers go over their game plan for the Canadian Winter Rally car race. The rally starts and the cars race along snow-covered roads. In a town a car has stalled out and has its hood up.
Interviews with parents of suicide bombing victims pt 2
INTERVIEWER: Jews do have a choice today. You mentioned that Jews came to Israel because of the holocaust, they didn't have a choice. But, as you know, in everyone's opinion, millions of Jews live in America, and England, and other relatively momentarily safe countries. So the choice to come here was really a conscious decision that rested on more than no choice for you. EZRA KASSLER:,Absolutely. The choice - INTERVIEWER:, [OVERLAP] Explain the - explain the reason - EZRA KASSLER:,It's a commandment, for Jews, (Inaudible) land of Israel. It's a simple thing. It's one of the greatest mitzvahs. INTERVIEWER:,Thank you. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] Seth, how has this effected your faith in God? [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] 12:02:51>>> SETH MANDELL:,My son Koby's death had a profound effect on my faith in God. To my surprise, it deepened and widened that faith. I never really needed to believe in God before my son was killed. It was a personal choice, because there were no consequences. Judaism was a lifestyle that I enjoyed, Shabbat, the family, the commandments, study. And I did it because I liked it. Confronted with the death of my son, I had to look at myself and say, is this something that I've been doing because I mean it, or is this something that I've been doing because I like it? The answer I get, to my surprise, is that I meant it. And the way that I look at Koby's murder remained through the eyes of a person who believed in God. The way that I looked at the world, my place here, remains that of a person who believes in God. He gives into my life, and into my soul tremendous meaning, and every moment of being. I take that as a gift. I take it as a gift from my son, to me, that his death -gives me more life. [BACKGROUND COUGHING] 12:04:45>>>,There was a time when we considered living in Israel to be a choice. Since my son is buried here, it is no longer a choice, we will stay here. There was a time that I could choose whether or not I believed that there was life after death - which Judaism is clear that there is. It's no longer a choice. It's a belief that is part of my every waking moment. There was a time when I thought that I could take it or leave it. [BACKGROUND COUGHING] The consequence. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] INTERVIEWER:,My question to you is -many people, when they suffer through tragedy, try to find an explanation. And I understand that ____ faith. What do you say to people when they say to you, didn't you ever ask how a god that you pray to and loved every day of your life, could do this, since god determines what happens in this world, according to people with faith? 12:06:29>>> SETH MANDELL:,When people ask me about my relationship to god, after what I believe to be the truth - that he killed my son, because god, in fact, is behind everything, um, I have to tell them that it ain't easy. That I have an ongoing conversation in which I tell him that I don't like what he did. That certainly Koby didn't deserve it, I don't think I deserved it. And it's not fair. Yet my belief in god, and my feelings toward god do not speak to whether or not god exists. My belief in god is my personal choice. Whether god exists or not has nothing to do with me. My relationship to that entity that we call god is there, like my relationship to my wife, like my relationship to Koby, like my relationship to Daniel. I have to deal with that. I can get mad at it, I can get mad at god, I can laugh at god, it doesn't mean that god isn't there anymore because I'm mad at him. INTERVIEWER:,Do you feel -[OFF CAMERA COMMENTS RE: CHILD CRYING IN BACKGROUND] Has this effected, in any direct way, your belief in a possible negotiated peace? 12:08:55>>> SETH MANDELL:,Yeah, it certainly has effected my belief in a negotiated peace. I believe that Koby was killed because of hate. I believe that the Palestinian Authority directly instilled hatred of Jews in their people for political purposes, whatever those might have been. You can't make peace with people who hate you. You can't make peace with people who don't know how to make peace. So I'm very pessimistic about the short-term opportunities, to really create a dialogue that's meaningful, with the majority of the Palestinian society. On a personal level, I have no problem in being with Palestinians, talking to Palestinians, dialoguing with Palestinians. On an intellectual level, unfortunately, right now, I don't think it's possible to make any headway in personal relationships with them, because they are filled with hatred toward Jews. INTERVIEWER:,What do you think you would do, if you knowingly came face to face with Koby's killer (or killers)? 12:10:10>>>, SETH MANDELL:,The Talmud says, that those people who are righteous are alive, even when they're dead. Those people who are - those people who are evil, are dead even when they're alive. The people who killed my son are evil. There's no question about that. The people who my son [SIC] - the people who killed my son are not human enough for me to consider them as part of who I am. I'd like to think that I would turn around and walk away. If I were in a position to do something to them, whatever I did would not be as part of emotion. To me, those people who killed my son are no better or worse, no more responsible than the rocks they used to kill my son with. If I could disappear them I would. INTERVIEWER:,You love Tekoa, don't you? SETH MANDELL:,I love Tekoa, as a place to live. It's a wonderful community, it's spectacular scenery, it's a place like no other in the world. INTERVIEWER:,And if, as part of a, a vital piece that you believe would bring peace, if you had to move, would you do it? 12:11;36>>>SETH MANDELL:,If I thought that my leaving Tekoa would bring peace, I would get out of there in a heartbeat. The raison d'etre the people who live in Israel, that Jews live in Israel, is not directed at one part of Israel or the other. There's no larger divine imperative to live in Tekoa, or Tel Aviv. They are both part of Israel. That's how I make my decision, in terms of the spiritual aspect. So, if it means peace, if it means saving lives, if it was a real peace then I would certainly leave Tekoa. I think it's ironic, that the only place that I can't live, as a Jew, is a place where Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, walked with their goats. But nonetheless, if that's the cost of peace, it would not be a problem for me to leave. INTERVIEWER:,Sherri, do you feel the same way? 12:12:43>>>SHERRI MANDELL:,I would leave if I really thought that there was going to be peace, and I could live in another place in safety, and I could still be in Israel. But, I have this funny idea about democracy. That even if Yasser Arafat was the ruler, where I live, if he could guarantee me safety, then I would stay there. But it's not guaranteeing me any safety. In fact he's telling his people to go out and be martyrs. INTERVIEWER:,Well, I'm going to ask you to be foolish for a moment. They say that when the temple is destroyed, if the prophecy was taken away and given over to evil doers, that if you could project a hundred years into the future -you know, those that are only responsible - ____ to what you're saying now. But based on everything, what do you think is going to happen in this crazy part of the world? SHERRI MANDELL:,I don't know what's gonna happen tomorrow. How do I know? We're gonna have a war with Iraq. We're preparing gas masks. I don't know if we're gonna be attacked or not. I don't know if Bush is going to attack Iraq. I don't know if Iraq is going to attack us. I have a hard enough time processing for the next week. That's about as far as I go. INTERVIEWER:,But do you believe that Jews will be here a hundred years ago? Do you think so? SHERRI MANDELL:,I don't look that far away. I'm, I'm - I have to survive today. I don't have an opinion on a hundred years from now. INTERVIEWER:,Daniel? You were, you were very close with your brother. How many years separated you from your brother, in age? 12:14:34>>> DANIEL MANDELL:,Two. I was two years younger than my older brother. INTERVIEWER:,And then you stopped crying, you didn't want to cry anymore. You were afraid to go back. But after a while you had to come back and you had to come to terms with the fact that your brother was gone. And how have you dealt with that, in the last two years? How has your - has your behavior changed from what it was before, when he was alive? How do you feel about all these things now, after some time has passed? DANIEL MANDELL:,Well, first of all, you change into a completely different person. You, you act different toward other people, you think differently about other stuff, you look at stuff from other ways. You completely change into a completely different, different person. It's even the way that you talk tends to be different. Everything. INTERVIEWER:,Can you see yourself having an Arab friend? 12:15:53>>> DANIEL MANDELL:,At this moment, I can't see myself having an Arab friend. And even if there would be such a thing, at this moment, I wouldn't be able to trust him. And I wouldn't be talking to him. Because who knows, maybe one day when we'll be meet - we'll be meeting, so maybe somebody from some place will come tell him, take a gun with you and shoot him - or stab him. And, so I can't trust somebody that I know that there's a chance that he will do that to me. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] ,My vision is that the Messiah will come and there won't be anymore problems. The Arabs will just disappear and life will be perfect. There won't be anybody to fight over this land with. And my children - my grandchildren will live wherever they want in Israel, for however - wherever - they won't have a problem to move anywhere. And nobody will come. And they won't have to drive in bulletproof busses to school everyday. Just because of that, that the Palestinians want to kill us. That's pretty much it. INTERVIEWER:,That is a hopeful, and certainly optimistic approach. Are you still optimistic? Seth? 12:17:55>>> SETH MANDELL:,First of all, if I were to envision Israel a hundred years from now, I know one thing, which is that there will still be Jews here. There have been Jews here for the past three or four thousand years, and there will be Jews here for the next three or four thousand years. So that, I have no doubt. What the political situation will be, I don't believe that the Creator of the universe brought the Jews back, after two thousand years of exile, only to have us fall off the map as a political entity again. So I think there will be a Jewish state. There may or may not be a Palestinian State somewhere next to it. But we'll be there, and we as a family are here because the place that you can be, part of the cutting edge of that Jewish history, is right here in Israel. INTERVIEWER:,So no regrets. SETH MANDELL:,Well I regret - if you wanna - if we talk about regrets, I certainly regret that my son was killed. I certainly regret that this is a time that, that happened. Jews have been getting killed because they were Jews for thousands of years. I never thought that I would be part of that history. I never thought my son would be part of that history. Yeah, I regret it. I regret some of my choices. I might not do them again. Once faced with the current reality, I have to live my life from here onward. From here onward says that I can't run, I can't hide. I live here in Israel as a Jew. INTERVIEWER:,Sherri, you've lost a child in the most horrible way imaginable. How do you feel when, on the news, you see that a Palestinian baby was shot by accident, in an action against terrorists, conducted by the Israeli forces. How do you feel about that death? How do you feel about the parents? And please repeat the questions so that we know the context. 12:20:17>>> SHERRI MANDELL:,When I hear that a Palestinian child has been killed, I feel horrible. I feel - my heart goes out to the parents. And I, I don't know exactly what they're feeling, but I'm sorry for them, I'm sorry for what's happened. But, my son was purposely killed. Arabs - the Palestinians are coming in on Shabbat, to where people are sitting and having a Sabath meal, and they're coming in intentionally and killing children. They're going into children's bedrooms and kill them in cold blood, in their beds. Israelis are not doing that. The Israeli Army, regrettably, sometimes kills children and people by accident, but they're going after terrorists. They're not going after babies in their beds. And there's a big difference. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] INTERVIEWER:, What do you see? 12:21:26>>> EZRA KASSLER:,What do I see? I see, first of all, that college students who are going to see this movie are intelligent enough to understand the truth. And the truth is that the western countries, and United States of America, are dependent on Arab oil. And because we're dependent on Arab oil, they have to give in to Arab states. Arab states aren't democratic, they're all dictatorships. Israel has to give in to America, because they're getting money from America. But I don't see - I see - I don't know what will be. ,I hope that we won't create another Arab State, they call it a Palestinian State, another Arab-Palestinian State on the western side of Israel. And I believe that if we continue to hush up the truth and say there is no equality, no symmetric situation between twenty-two Arab nations, all dictatorships pointing a finger at Israel, that Israel captured land in a war of descent and of defense in 1967, they asked King Hussein to stay out of that war. And even on a humane level, we have a right, as much as anyone - if I'm the biggest leftist, to live in security. NO one has the right to come into my house and, and kill me. And do things like - if we did, just a little bit of how they behave to us, there wouldn't be any Arabs in this land, they'd all be dead. Now, I'm not professing that. ,What I'm saying is, we have to tell the truth. And the truth is, there should never be another Palestinian State. Which the intelligence reports say, it's the salami plan of cutting Israel, the Arab countries say that, to destroy Israel. It is the good people, and the left should be on our side in saying we should fight for - we should fight for justice - and the justice is, when a Hitler comes up, and the terrorists, and the people who support the terrorists, which is the vast majority of Palestinians support it. And they should be, either thrown out of here by force, or the ones that, that are attackers be destroyed, they should be annihilated. That is the right thing to do. We just got mixed up between right or wrong. ,And you know, something? The world, and maybe some Arabs would understand - they would really understand and have - and then maybe there could be real peace. But by, by - because we're afraid of America, and the media not coming out and telling the truth, I think that we're only harming ourself [SIC], we're also harming - I was - I lived in Israel, in the territories when, when they just started throwing rocks. We - why, why, why would I drive and get a rock thrown at me? What? Because I was there? So that means maybe I should take a - and throw rocks throw a window of some car and kill a little kid in that car. That was unacceptable. But I guess politics, and Jewish, I don't know what to say, impetism, was - didn't do the right thing. ,I believe that Israel's survival is at a test right now. So imminent survival of the country is at a test right now. And it's not taken for granted. We can be annihilated here. We've been raped, murdered in the most brutal way possible. I believe there's a possibility to that. And just to finish, god willing, we'll recognize that we have to be strong and lead the world in a war against terrorism. And god willing, the Messiah will come. How will he come? When everyone gangs up on little Israel, and Hashem like the splitting of the Red Sea will show its power. , INTERVIEWER:,Do you believe that there is a silent majority of Palestinians who want to have, as I say, two falafels in every pot, and a camel in every garage? (Inaudible) Do they want to have vacation homes, that they want to have big screen TV's and just have a quiet life and go on. EZRA KASSLER:,I have to answer that question. I have to answer that question. SHERRI MANDELL:,(Annoyed) It's my turn, honey. (OVERLAPPING VOICES) [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] 12:26:19>>>, I don't think this is an argument about economics. I don't think if we give the Palestinians, McDonald's, and shopping malls, that we can solve the problem. This is, this is a problem of a leadership that is bankrupt. A totalitarian leadership, a dictatorship that has no values, other than hating Jews. So, they don't build up their people in any way, they don't build their communities. So, we don't know what regular Palestinians are thinking. Because there's - we don't hear their voices. Their voices are silenced. INTERVIEWER:,But my question is, you know, you live across the road from Palestinians, don't you think that they want the same thing for their kids that you want for yours? To grow up in a ___, and children, and grandchildren, and educated? On the Palestinian side, they're influenced by Israel, the western world and so forth. They have more western values than perhaps Syria, and (Inaudible). [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] DANIEL MANDELL:,It's not possible that the Arabs - the Palestinians want their children to grow up and give birth to other children, and to have grandchildren, because they send them out to blow themselves up to kill the Jews. So there's no chance of that - that they want them to actually grow up and have grandchildren. SHERRI MANDELL:,I don't think that - EZRA KASSLER:,I wanna, I wanna answer that question, also. DANIEL MANDELL:,They're - Arabs, the normal Arabs might, but Palestinians, at this moment, I don't see and I don't hear. SHERRI MANDELL:,I don't - 12:28:00>>>, DANIEL MANDELL:,[OVERLAP] I'd like, I'd like to hear them, but I don't. They're - I've heard tons of parents come to the school and say, why don't we have the Internet site just so the Jewish kids and the Arab kids will be able to hear, and speak together. But I don't hear any of the Arab parents come and say, why don't we do it too? [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] EZRA KASSLER:,The answer to the question is, of course, they would like, after all, luxury, and feel well and comfortable. But, if they won a battle they will destroy and murder just like the Nazis. Weren't they the highlights of the human being - the human race? The Germans. They were orderly, and they were, and they were the top of education and technology. But they still murdered all the Jews. So, yes, they would like to be nice. The only reason why they didn't annihilate the Jews, in the State of Israel, is because we're strong. And we must be strong, otherwise we'd be annihilated. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] 12:29:14>>>, SHERRI MANDELL:,I think we have to differentiate and distinguish. When my son was killed, I didn't say - I took no pleasure in his death. I didn't glamorize his death. I don't honor his death by terrorism. I am sorry for his death. The Palestinian mothers are being taught to glorify those deaths, to romanticize those deaths, and to say, I want to send my other children to be killed. That is a gap in values and in morals, that cannot be bridged. That has to be condemned. That has to be condemned by the world at every turn. Every mother in the world should be saying, right now, Palestinians have to be told they can't send their children to be killed. We will not accept that. Instead, the world allows it. The world says, let's try to make peace with these people. INTERVIEWER:,Don't you think there are lots of Palestinians who, who, when they wake up in the morning, tell their children, listen, I love you, I don't want you to be a martyr. My neighbor may, but I don't? Otherwise, wouldn't we have hundreds of thousands of martyrs? They've got lots of children. SHERRI MANDELL:, We do. EZRA KASSLER:,They're trying. They're in the thousands. INTERVIEWER:,So you're saying there are none that disagree with that? You've never heard of that? SHERRI MANDELL:, I'm, I'm - there are people, there are lots of people who don't want to send their children to be martyrs. But what is the message in the society? What's the message in the culture? The cultural message that is not being disputed, is saying, we want to be martyrs for Jerusalem. Yasser Arafat says, I want millions of martyrs for Jerusalem. They're saying it outright. They're, they're, they're saying it as loud as can be. We don't want to hear it. WE want to pretend they're not saying it. They are saying, we want to die, and we want to send our children to be killed. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS] 12:31:15>>> SETH MANDELL:,I believe that, ten years ago, at the beginning of the Oslo Process, you could have found a majority of Palestinians who want what other middle class bourgeois societies wanted. I believe that the Palestinian Authority has radicalized their society, to the extent that, according to the polls, 80% of the - polled in the society, agreed that suicide bombing is a valid way of, of protest. I don't know - I believe you need time, education, and democracy, to bring the Palestinian people back to where they are, first of all human beings, and second of all, Palestinians. First of all, they're humanitarians, and second of all, politicians. I think it will take time. I think that maybe the answer, ultimately, to the question, of what is going to happen, what is going to happen, will be a democratization of the Palestinian society, and humanitarians, and that comes out of a Palestinian society. And they will, themselves, decide that we can live together. I think it's a long, long way away. [OFF CAMERA COMMENTS]
Full titles read: "72 Miner Athletes - compete in annual 8 mile race around the City." <br/> <br/>Cardiff, Wales. <br/> <br/>M/S panning along a line of young men, at the starting line before their race around the city. It looks quite cold and wet - they must be freezing! L/S of them starting off as a pistol is fired; a huge crowd cheers them on. <br/> <br/>Several shots of runners in the race, followed by numerous men and boys on bikes and a few cars. L/S of the winner, number 16, running down a street towards us, accompanied by several policemen on bicycles; as he crosses the finish line lots of men crowd around him and shake his hand. M/S of the winner posing with another man; he is hoisted onto the shoulders of two men, along with the second and third winners.
Woman driving van through snow covered forest
Woman enjoying road trip in her uniquely decorated van in the winter in the snow. Driving, enjoying scenery, lighting candles, making and drinking tea, cozying up in bed at night. Part of a series
Cold: the inhabitants of Pas-de-calais facing freezing temperatures
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