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Next to her was a young dingo wearing a dark red colored maid dress and the last was a hedgehog wearing a darkened blue dress like the male hedgehog Amy had seen before. Vanilla walked over pushing the cart towards the surpries pink flower, then took the tea pot that looked so beautiful to not even be used, but to be admired.
Amy sat up on the bed as the five came in closing the door behind them, "Good evening, dear." Vanilla greeted with her gentle smile, "You look so famished after a long hard day. Cream walked over to Amy and hoped up on the bed next to her, "Your very pretty, miss." she said with a smile, "I told you, mama."."That you did, my love." Vanilla answered pouring a small cup of tea into a tiny tea cup before adding a few cubes of sugar and milk to it, "There you are, dear." she then handed the cup to Amy carefully.
When miners unionized and stood down the coal companies during the Battle of Blair Mountain, the federal government stepped in and sided with the industrialists, favoring capitol over human beings.That type of disaster is likely to happen again in the future as impoundments of toxic waste in the mountains have been neglected for decades.The film also documents the endless parade of politicians that were paid off by the coal industry to lie, mislead, and absolve the industry of any responsibility.One former miner in the film who lost his pension through the industry’s immoral bankruptcy scheme can’t finish the interview because just talking is too much for his damaged lungs.Yet it’s those same people who turnout for the shameless corporate-sponsored rallies in the film that exploit patriotism and anger and turn it against government regulations. Blood on the Mountain is another excellent documentary in an excellent year for documentaries.
The filmmakers, Mari-Lynn Evans and Jordan Freeman, detail the battles fought and the lives lost over the extraction of coal in Appalachia through interviews, archival clips and news footage, and after the roller coaster of shock, anger, and heartbreak they take you on, the only real comfort I was left with is the fact that Massey CEO Don Blankenship, the most despicable villain in cinema this year, is currently in prison, though even this turns out to be cold comfort as Blankenship will only serve a year for conspiring to willfully violate mine safety and health standards.