Media-Driven News?

So which is it. Does the media report the news or create it? ABC has a presupposition they're trying to prove by casting a very wide net. A global net.

Al Gore's hot air theorum is being supported by ABC, but they need your help.

Maybe we should help them. Got any global warming stories from your backyard?

We can all become part of Gore's professional scientific team on the imminent destruction of our planet.

But share your stories here first.

Update: As I have asked for your personal global warming stories, it's only fair to jump in and start things off.

We are currently in the midst of landscaping both back and front yards and I noticed a very profound phenomenon. When the weather is unusually hot, I mean warm, it takes more water to keep the plants happy and thriving. Using Al Gore's algorithm for analyzing this data, this situation foreshadows dire consequences: no more water for people.

Posted by Mutti at June 21, 2006 03:41 PM | TrackBack

I'm sleepy. What sort of foreshadowing does that forestall?

Wait, how will we know the sun will come up tomorrow? How? How?

What can we do? The sun is gone, and there's nothing we can do to bring it back.


Posted by: Macabee at June 21, 2006 07:59 PM

Ask Al Gore. (If I may speak for him: he would answer that the sun rises and sets because of global warming. And if we continue on this course of earth's destruction, the sun may decide not to rise or set. It's up to us.)

Posted by: Dee at June 22, 2006 07:21 AM

Well, I woke up this morning and I saw that the Sun had returned. But after a long day, full of sunshine and warmth, IT'S GOING AWAY AGAIN!!!!!

What do we keep doing to insult the Sun so? Is it because we're not recycling? It's because of the low fuel-emision standards isn't it?


Posted by: Macabee at June 22, 2006 05:01 PM