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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...lecommunications: limited telephone, telegraph, and radiobroadcast services; television introduced in 1980; 31,200 telephones (0.2 per 100 popl.); 5 A... ...n of Journalists, International Medical Association, International Radio and Television Organization Economy GNP: $57.8 billion, $6,460 per capita; re... ...- ways 2,440-3,659 m Telecommunications: government- operated radiotelephone networks provid- ing effective service to almost all points on both islan... ...-3,659 m, 21 with runways 1,220-2,439 m Telecommunications: adequate, modern networks reach all areas on mainland islands; 3.52 million telephones (35... ...y by microwave relay; international service good; good coverage by radio and television broadcasts; 849,129 telephones nationwide in 1984 (5.3 per 100... ...40-3,659 on Tristan da Cunha Telecommunications: 1,500 radio receiv- ers; no television service; wireless service to Cape Town and Ascension; telephon... ...to Grenada and St. Lucia; 4 AM and 1 FM stations; St. Vincentian-owned cable television system Defense Forces Branches: Royal St. Vincent and the Gren... ...casting or televi- sion facilities; radio-relay and cable links into Italian networks 212 Sao Tome and Principe 50km //ha do . Principe 1 Pedras , Ti... ...00,000 receiver sets; many satellite ground stations and extensive satellite networks Defense Forces Branches: Ground Forces, Navy, Air Defense Forces...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...s not a natural kind of bio- feedback: that is an abomination of living neural networks stopping dead without any living bio- feedback. Instead of p... ...heir children at day-care centers, after-school programs, comes home to watch television, and calls itself a family. Now the culture of ‘day care’ h... ...slaved people on Earth. Enslaved by ease and wealth and corruption. Every television commercial, every cultural dance, every cultural song, every... ...ant as the smog produced from our cars, or the constant bombardment of radio, television, and other frequencies that fill the air. Any knowledge a ... ...ld have shit-cams. It would become entirely normal to come home, turn on the television, and watch people taking a shit. And anyone who objected t... ...admissible. This game of legal tactics is shown and demonstrated endlessly in television shows, and demonstrates over and over that people who do no... ...march on Washington. They were more organized. They went to their local news networks and got them to cover it individually… Because the corporate... ... got them to cover it individually… Because the corporate sponsored national networks refused to do so. So they had their million men in Washingto... ... their million men in Washington. They made speeches . The small independent networks gave them a tiny smidgeon of coverage… : Washington itself ig...

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