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Motion Picture Producers

The American Motion Picture and Television Producers have taken the information battle on their side of the writer's strike to the internet at www.amptp.comA helpful excerpt from the FAQ Section:What is the AMPTP? The AMPTP,

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Writers Strike

In support of the writers strike I will continue to freely write stuff and post it on the internet for free. That way, the internet won't collapse from a lack of content. Or at least

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