Director, Andy Gurian. A comic short on patriotism and protest, with sober undertones. Made by Andy Gurian of the Mosholu - Montefiore Community Center. This film was adopted for digitization by these kind folks: Sharon Schulze, Bill McCormick, Marsha Orgeron, Molly Wheeler, and Heidi Miller. Learn how you can adopt a film here: http://www.avgeeks.com/wp2/adopt-a-film/
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April 10, 2015 Subject:
YOU NEVER KNOW
Fun short film about how to, and how not to dispose of your tea bag. And well, if you can't think of anything, then write to your local politician, and next thing you know, the Pope will get involved.
June 11, 2014 Subject:
Not tea party?
At first I thought this had something to do with the Tea Party till I saw the date. Then I thought, maybe it does anyway? Actually I despise tea bags, they are a waste of paper and annoying. I can't even buy bulk tea anymore, anywhere. Tea bags should be outlawed, let's start a campaign. I agree with previous reviewer, 3 stars for weirdness.
I'm not sure how to describe this. A man spills his tea and a woman can't find a place to discard her used teabag, so a campaign is started to ban teabags. After it's approved, many teabags are shown being destroyed. The end.
The tags for this clip include "patriotism." I'm guessing it's because one girl salutes the American flag at one point. Other than that, this short is baffling. Three stars for the odd nature of it.