Bender, the producer of every Quentin Tarantino movie, describes how he produced the Al Gore global warming documentary "An Inconvenient Truth." Check out:
Al Gore, in an interview with The Nation, says that no meaningful change will happen on the global warming front until the public starts demanding it of their leaders. And right now, the people have other things on their minds.
"Like many prophets, Gore has often been derided as an annoyance, an extremist and possibly a madman. Every great American mind of our time felt compelled to take a shot at him."
"We need to set aside" the issue of what is causing global warming, the president said, in defense of his decision not to watch Al Gore's movie. To which Gore later thundered back, "Why should we set aside the global scientific consensus? Is it because Exxon Mobil wants us to set it aside?" Not that this is a surprise, but what a tragedy nonetheless that the man who could most effect meaningful change on the issue of global warming won't even watch an acclaimed movie on the issue.