Posts Tagged ‘global warming’

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Because climate change hadn’t screwed us enough already: “Unnatural”

October 25, 2015

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Pretty much anyone who’s not a Republican has come to face the reality that global climate change is upon us. Weather patterns are disrupted, droughts are ravaging several continents, and whole eco-systems are crashing. Assuming that you don’t attribute this to either A) perfectly normal circumstances or B) God’s wrath at us for electing Obama, then it’s time to admit Al Gore may have had a point with that slideshow Of course, this turn of events confronts humanity with a score of very complicated problems: a dwindling global food supply, climate-based migration destabilizing the globe, and—possibly most dire—mutated killer polar bears. Yeah, those are a thing in the case of the B-movie Unnatural.
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Aliens and Models and Commandos, Oh My! “Heatstroke” (for Qui)

June 22, 2008

Heatstroke presented me with a moral crisis, and that moral crisis was this: Danica McKellar is hot. For those of us of a certain age, McKellar is synonymous with Winnie Cooper from The Wonder Years.  And yet there she is, steaming up the screen in Heatstroke with her endless legs, bottomless brown eyes and enchanting midriff. I spent the first third of Heatstroke completely skeeved at myself. Thankfully, I had the presence of mind to look her up on IMDB and found to my surprise that McKellar is only three years younger than me. Well, that’s a relief. I can go back to mentally-pouring her into an Orion Slave Girl costume and not feel like a complete Roman Polanski.
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