Global warming: reality vs. the movie
Just now I received an e-mail from MoveOn.org, an organization that does a lot of things I support. But this was just too much.
When the new disaster movie, "The Day After Tomorrow", opened a week and
half ago, over 8,000 MoveOn members were outside theaters in 622 cities,
talking to moviegoers about the real danger of a climate crisis....
We asked MoveOn members who passed out information about global warming
outside the movie theaters to tell us about their experience. Here's
what a few of you said were your favorite parts:
"A mom walking out with her teenage daughter and just lighting up when I handed her the flyer, turning to her daughter and saying, 'See, we can do something about this.'"
Yeah, let's encourage people to think that what we see up there on the big screen is really real!
Justice (Civil Liberties, so-called Intellectual Property, Privacy & Secrecy); Politics & Government (International, National, State, Local); Humor (Irony & the Funny or Unusual); Science & Technology (Astronomy, Computers, the Internet, e-Voting, Crypto, Physics & Space); Communication (Books, Film, Media, Music & the English Language); Economics (Corporatism & Consumerism); and Items of Purely Personal Note (including Genealogy, Photography, Religion & Spirituality).