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Interesting comparison of film critics and climate scientists ..... since whether one likes a film or not and whether or not anthropogenic global warming is true isn't determined by consensus. I base my disbelief of AGW (man-caused climate change via CO2) on research in the 105 books I've studied and have because they make logical sense to me .... whether or not 1,005 books (that do not appear logical) may disagree. IOW, science is not determined by vote or consensus.
Actually, D'Souza's first film, released in 2012, was " 2016: Obama's America. Far from experiencing dismal sales, it's the number one documentary ever on Amazon. The premise is "if Obama is re-elected to a second term, where will we be in 2016?" Well, thanks to that incompetent community organizer ( and little else in the way of experience) 2016 sure doesn't bode well. I don't agree with everything D'Souza believes but he's certainly on target regarding Obama and his "Progressive" supporters ... and about America .... as seen in his excellent book, What's So Great About America.
What I find embarrassing is anyone basing the merits of a film -- good or bad-- on reviews. I like that we have a theater that shows controversial films so we can decide for ourselves whether or not we like them.
A most excellent documentary, PearlY ... highly recommend it. Very well done especially when exploring Obama's and Hillary Clinton's adoration of the likes of Saul Alinsky. Nevermind Downhill's "kill the messenger" input above ... D'Sousa's message is spot on -- happy to see this film at cinemas across the country. Only disagreed with one point he makes -- that the Civil War was fought because of slavery ... when in fact, although it was a factor, the war was fought to disallow disunion and secession and keep the nation intact (although a major factor of secession was indeed over the slavery issue and the allowance of new states to be slave holders).
Reminds me of Greek and Roman ruins in Turkey and the old Green line in Beirut. Maybe we can name it the Blue Mountain Ruins and charge admission for tours.
Bravo, PearlY. You nailed it right into the x-ring. (Center of the bull's eye, for those who may not know...)
Does water flow clockwise or counterclockwise down a sink drain in the southern hemisphere?
So sad and tragic ... my heart goes out to the victim, his family and also the driver. I don't know the circumstances of this incident, but regarding crosswalks, I've often noticed bike riders riding their bicycles across crosswalks when they should dismount and walk them across the street (if crossing from a sidewalk at a corner, for example). Am I right?
Well stated, David -- that is my understanding as well.
Yes ... crosswalks MUST be repainted in Walla Walla, top priority. The current faded out state in many areas is very dangerous.
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