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chevyMisty

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chevyMisty

Ok...I am throughly pissed off by Time Mag and Hollywood. Just thought I would share these. maybe you aren't as mad as I am...but I think it's a disgrace.

http://www.businessandmedia.org/articles/2008/20080417171532.aspx

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0408/9695.html

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MsLucy

As for Time magazine, although I do see global warming as a serious threat, there are acceptable ways to bring the subject to light, but this isn't one of them. What they've done, despite their 'justifications' is to cheapen and detract from what those brave men at Iwo Jima did. Comparing global warming to WWII is like comparing oranges and apples. You can't throw the two in the same basket and expect them to look alike.

The 9/11 article was just sad. It says a lot about the lack of respect for human life, lack of sensitivity of the families of those lost, and a complete lack of taste that seems to be ever more prevalent in our society.

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