Thursday, January 19, 2012

I Guess We Should Walk To The Sundance Film Festival This Year

... here's my path and it will only take me 10 days, 17 hours:

Genius economist and chemist Robert Redford, who occasionally stars in utterly predictable and ponderous movies, is letting us know how happy we should all be that Canada will be shipping it's oil to ecologically conscious, non-profit China instead of the rapacious and filthy US.
President Obama has just rejected a permit for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline -- a project that promised riches for the oil giants and an environmental disaster for the rest of us.

His decision represents a victory of historic proportions for people from throughout the pipeline path and all across America who have waged an uphill, years-long fight against one of the most nightmarish fossil fuel projects of our time.
While his movies are almost always indigestible pieces of leftist propaganda trash, Mr. Redford is universally considered a serious player in the world of biology, petroleum engineering and corporate finance.

Thanks for sharing your views, Robert! I can't wait to hear what you have to say about space travel!


Secular Apostate said...

Take High-Speed Rail! You can ride the Obama Flyer and sit in the First-Class Governor Moonbeam car where every passenger gets a free prescription for medical marijuana and a mandala poster.

SarahB said...

no, no, he's right....lets let all that oil be shipped across the Pacific. Much cleaner.

And shooting film is SUCH a greeeeen process.

Why do artists have to be such ass-hats?

Dean said...


I liked him in "Money Ball".