Discovery Channel's Show on Terror
September 20, 2001 12:12 AM   Subscribe

Discovery Channel's Show on Terror Anyone see this show? I thought it was informative but rather over dramatic....
posted by ericdano (6 comments total)
Catched most of it. Informative, yes. Dramatic, yes. What do you expect? The media seems to be more dramatic than usual lately.
posted by omen68x at 2:25 AM on September 20, 2001

Leni Riefenstahl comes to mind. Just in case you didn't know what to think.
posted by curiousg at 2:56 AM on September 20, 2001

Sure it was dramatic, but I thought it was great. Helped me understand the depth of "The evil Bin Laden" issue. I was ignorant of much of history's details (especially regarding Afganistan and its role in the end of the cold war.) The interviews with Islamic scholars were also mind-opening.
posted by halcyon at 8:35 AM on September 20, 2001

I didn't watch it. Did it really need to be on all 8 discovery channels at the same time? My son (4) has been disappointed because Junkyard Wars hasn't been on in two weeks.
posted by y0mbo at 10:08 AM on September 20, 2001

At first I was like "Hey, they said no commercials!" Then I realized they were ads for the Red Cross...
posted by mrbula at 1:18 PM on September 20, 2001

Oh, one other thing. Upon hearing how Bin Laden's network was organized, did anyone other than me think of Gnutella or Freenet?
posted by mrbula at 1:26 PM on September 20, 2001

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