Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [ casioculture@xxxxxxxxx ] on Sunday 06 August 2006 18:35 \__
> >>From ABC News http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/print?id=2273111
> > Republican PR Firm Said to Be Behind 'Inconvenient Truth' Spoof
> > By JAKE TAPPER and MAX CULHANE
> > Aug. 4, 2006 - - A tiny little movie making fun of Al Gore,
> > supposedly made by an amateur filmmaker, recently appeared on the
> > popular Web site YouTube.com.
> > At first blush, the spoof seemed like a scrappy little homemade film
> > poking fun at Gore and his anti-global warming crusade.
> > In the movie, Gore is seen boring an army of penguins with his lecture
> > and blaming global warming for everything, including Lindsay Lohan's
> > thinness.
> > But when the Wall Street Journal tried to find the guy who posted the
> > film "Al Gore's Penguin Army" -- listed on YouTube as a 29-year-old --
> > they found the movie didn't come from an amateur working out of his
> > basement.
> > The film actually came from a slick Republican public relations firm
> > called DCI, which just happens to have oil giant Exxon as a client."
> > And this is the video - without a doubt the dorkiest and lamest thing
> > I'd ever seen.
> > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZSqXUSwHRI
> "Dorkiest and lamest"? Have you yet seen the following page, which was posted
> to NewsForge yesterday. *smile*
> There is a video embedment in that page.
It turns out to be done by the same people who do that propaganda
website called techcentralstation that seems to have nothing to do with
"tech". It's a site that tells you fast food is good for your health,
pro military spending and arms sales, against global warming science,
and against evolution science.