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What Makes You Do What You Do?

Friday, 28 December 2012 12:53 By Lee Camp, Moment of Clarity | Video

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What happens when we end up in a world where everything is only and purely done for money? We're steadily approaching that reality. And it's not pretty. [more at LeeCamp.net]

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Lee Camp

Lee Camp is the author of the "Moment of Clarity" webseries. Moment of Clarity consists of a 3 to 5-minute video rant that comes out 3 times per week. (You can find them on YouTube by typing in Lee Camp.) They're written, presented, filmed, directed, and edited by him on a laptop. Lee also tours regularly as a stand-up comic. You can find out more about Camp at his website, LeeCamp.net.


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What Makes You Do What You Do?

Friday, 28 December 2012 12:53 By Lee Camp, Moment of Clarity | Video

Media

What happens when we end up in a world where everything is only and purely done for money? We're steadily approaching that reality. And it's not pretty. [more at LeeCamp.net]

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

Lee Camp

Lee Camp is the author of the "Moment of Clarity" webseries. Moment of Clarity consists of a 3 to 5-minute video rant that comes out 3 times per week. (You can find them on YouTube by typing in Lee Camp.) They're written, presented, filmed, directed, and edited by him on a laptop. Lee also tours regularly as a stand-up comic. You can find out more about Camp at his website, LeeCamp.net.


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