[The 90’s series 400 promo clips]

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0:17 The 90's opening.

1:10 A businessman character performs a short monologue about the contradiction of our government “spreading democracy” while being afraid of it at home.

1:44 A man talks about how the American people should be allowed to decide how crooked politicians are dealt with.

2:58 A music video-style piece comprised of clips of advertisements that makes a point about the absurdity of commercialism.

6:14 Two men talk about people needing a truly great leader in order to care.

6:59 A woman named Susan tells us she thinks the next president should be “Ann-Archy” (a joke, I presume) because “she’ll be the solvent that dissolves the glue that keeps this morally corrupt society together.”

7:30 Slow motion footage of an old man swinging from a trapeze.

8:10 A farmer calls himself a hillbilly.

9:48 A woman talks about having to tell her boyfriend (?) that she (was a man? is a hermaphrodite? is a woman when he thought she was a man?).

13:08 We see giraffes being fed up close and personal.

13:32 A clip of a city street scene in fast motion.

14:00 A man talks about it being a shame that guns kill people.

14:36 A man talks about how important democratizing radio is to democracy.

15:47 A music video about unity and youth changing the world.

19:56 Graphics for use in “The 90’s”:

“American Way”

“Washington Outsider”

“Global 90’s”

“Roots of the 90’s”

21:00 End of tape.



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