The Only Oscar Piece Worth A Mention: "Inconvenient Truth" Scores

Monday, February 26, 2007 at 08:03 AM

I don't watch the Oscars, really, I couldn't give a tinker's goddamn about watching the Hollyweird crowd congradulate themselves over, well, in most cases, crap I'd as not watch, period, however...

However, again, one category got to me. Oh, yes, the chilling documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, starring Al Gore, slashed and burned for best documentary. In such, he joins Michael Moore for his own "expose" work.

Between this win, and the Dixie Chicks at the Grammies, hey, I might own some hope yet.

The beautiful thing about it? It, in a sly way, is a nice bitchslap at a certain dictator we all know and despise. Ignoring Kyoto sure as hell as worked, note the many airport closures so far this winter, and ask yourself, when did it get this bad? Answer, long ago, according to the teachers of Mr. Gore, who'd been plotting CO2 rises since the late 1950's.

And owning a half-assed drunk for CEO has not helped. But, typical NeoClown, that's about par for the course. True, his daddy did make that nasty comment (seen in the film, yes) about how we'd be up to our tail rotors in spotted owls and no jobs. Cute, Dad. We're up to our tails in snow! And Antartica is shrinking! Islands are sinking, and sir, where are these goddamned jobs you mentioned???

Oh, well, this is one Oscar film to buy or rent, share with your friends. And like Farenheit 911, it ain't a work of fiction!

Yeah, I'd hope Das Chimperor would watch it, but, as it's not a cartoon................