Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Is It Just Me...

...or is this quote from Daryl Hannah kind of funny?

"A couple of days ago, I was at a party at Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas's house for Al Gore to celebrate his Oscar-winning film An Inconvenient Truth... Melanie and Antonio's 10-year-old daughter Stella has convinced them to green their houses, so I'm going to help them get solar power in their five homes..."

Why is it that some of the most ardent global warming alarmists, including Prince Charles (who just compared the fight against global warming to WWII), Al Gore, and John and Teresa Kerry, have multiple huge homes which consume far more energy than any of the "little people" they love to lecture?

Maybe Antonio and Melanie could just sell off a couple of their five mansions and lower their "carbon footprint" that way...and if Prince Charles really wants to insult his countrymen who died during WWII by comparing global warming to England's finest hour, perhaps he could show actual dedication to his cause and move out of Clarence House and Highgrove and move in with his mother at Buckingham Palace. And leave the rest of us alone.


Blogger Ugly Naked Guy said...

Saw that WWII reference by the prince: amazing.

8:47 PM  
Blogger Dana said...

There were a couple of funny things in the quote, the first being "Al Gore to celebrate his Oscar-winning film An Inconvenient Truth." (isn't this still just unbelieveable?!) and the second being, "10-year-old daughter Stella has convinced them to green their houses" - a ten year old has this much influence to redo their house...I mean, house(s)?

I can't wait for their personal twaddle, er uh, essays, to appear in LAT or some such, telling us of their grand adventure in going green and how we too should...if only in our single, solitary homes!

9:44 PM  
Blogger Lyx said...

Daryl hannah's Party photos here:


1:44 AM  
Blogger Wolf Flywheel said...

Self-aggrandizing media whores. Pardon my language , but I don't know of a nice way to say it.

7:05 AM  

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