DisinfoCast: 83: Producer Adam Scorgie


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Adam Scorgie is a producer and indie film-maker most commonly known for his work on the documentaries The Union,The Culture High, The Good Son, Ice Guardians and I AM BRUCE LEE.

7 Comments on "DisinfoCast: 83: Producer Adam Scorgie"

  1. I didn’t catch the name of the new documentary by Mr. Scorgie. I’d like to see it. As for addiction, I have noticed that a lot of people who have not done drugs takes the moral stance that those who have are losers. They still may not understand, even when confronting them with the fact that the body is a chemical processing machine.

    • emperorreagan | Dec 5, 2013 at 3:33 pm |

      I think Tim Horton is a bit like Dunkin’ Donuts. Really pretty mediocre to poor, but for many people it’s inseparable from their morning routine.

      • I haven’t seen a Dunkin’ Donuts in over 20 years. Of course back then, it was awesome because donuts.

        I’d rather brew my own coffee with a french press. It’s awesome hot or cold brewed. Careful with the Organic Guatemalan bean though. It’s rocket fuel.

        • emperorreagan | Dec 5, 2013 at 4:00 pm |

          Dunkin’ Donuts is all over the place in the mid-Atlantic. I know people who won’t drink any other coffee for some inexplicable reason.

          • I’ve heard they are still around in some areas. The beans cost too much at the store, so I stay away.

        • Matt Staggs | Dec 6, 2013 at 11:28 am |

          A Dunkin’ Donuts recently opened not too far from my home. We went there once to try it out, and weren’t very fond of the coffee or the donuts. Home-brewed (or the stuff I get at my friend’s coffee house) is better, and the local mom and pop donut shops have them beat when it comes to pastry in my opinion.

          • Most people fail to realise that they can brew really good coffee at home. Mom and pop shop is the way to go.

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