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15 May 2006


Trailers are up for director Davis Guggenheim and former Vice President Al Gore's documentary about global warming, An Inconvenient Truth. Evidently the film received three standing ovations at Sundance. It looks quite good, in an Oh-fuck-it's-the-end-of-the-world sort of way. Good thing the President doesn't believe global warming exists, eh?

Watch the trailer here.

Also check out Gore's appearance on Saturday Night Live from the other night.

Comments on "Gored"


Blogger RC said ... (5/21/2006 01:29:00 AM) : 

i'm very interested in seeing the film...i think it should totally get an academy award nod for best documentary from all i've heard so far.

--RC of strangeculture.blogspot.com


Blogger Marcguyver said ... (5/30/2006 08:09:00 PM) : 

I think Gore could make some REAL MONEY if he'd make a documentary on how he started the internet.

'Course, looks like he's doing fairly well for himself now, what with all the weight he's putting on. Must be getting some serious 'perks' in the food department from all his fans.


Blogger Wasp Jerky said ... (5/31/2006 11:37:00 PM) : 

Al Gore never said he started the Internet. This flat out lie has been thoroughly debunked. For starters, see here. What Gore said was, "During my service in the United States Congress I took the initiative in creating the Internet." At worst that's exaggeration, but he certainly isn't suggesting he invented the Internet, as right wing pundits like to claim. Gore was saying that he was an political advocate for the Internet before anyone else in Washington. A few of the folks who did help "invent" the Internet, notably Vinton Cerf and Robert Kahn, continue to defend Gore for his statement.


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