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Discussion in '2007 Archive' started by Ps104_33, Mar 30, 2007.
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(Better edit that pic out though, it may be slightly bigger than BB logo..)
.......The 53-year-old actor, a passionate pilot, encouraged his fans to "do their bit" to tackle global warming.
But although he readily admitted: "I fly jets", he failed to mention he actually owns five, along with his own private runway.
Clocking up at least 30,000 flying miles in the past 12 months means he has produced an estimated 800 tons of carbon emissions – nearly 100 times the average Briton's tally........
Chuck joins in....
Have you noticed those speaking out 'encouraging' us to limit energy use and help saves the earth are usually hypocrites using more energy and resources in a month then the average family does in a year? Anyone notice that?
Two things about this article... One sad in a way, and one at least truthful...
1) Travolta, a Scientologist, claimed the solution to global warming could be found in outer space and blamed his hefty flying mileage on the nature of the movie business.
I always liked him in his movies, but it would seem that he is on the same hell riden track as Tom Cruise.
2) "I'm probably not the best candidate to ask about global warming because I fly jets.
At least he is honest on this point.
Yes Donna, I have noticed that as well:wavey:
Seems to be a liberal trait - whether it is the "humans cause" global warming charade or gun control or other issues they always want us common folk to do what they say, while doing exactly the opposite. Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein, Ted Kennedy, and many more anti-gun politicians and actors, etc., all pack heat. They also drive in limo's or Suburbans and fly in private aircraft. Bruce