Executive Producers:, Sir Jonathan Allen, Anonymous1, Anonymous2, Dame Janice Kang
Associate Executive Producers: Sir James Briscoe, Eric Braley, Eric Finkenbiner, Sir Andrew Soos, Sir Barry Hanna
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  1. TooManyPuppies says:

    Gotta agree with you on Susan Rice John. She comes across as shrill, arrogant, abrasive and offended to answer questions. And she’s incapable of normal speech as every word she utters is a half screech half scream.

  2. Glenn E. says:

    Rice is a Rhodes Scholar (attended Oxford) and is a CFR member.
    Not a good combo in my book.

  3. Glenn E. says:

    I don’t remember the actual weather in the US, of the late 1970s. But I do remember the “returning Ice Age” scare that followed. There was even a movie or two, inspired by it. Paul Newman’s “Quintet” for one. Which I researched a bit, for filming locations. It was shot in and around the “Man as Producer” pavilion of Quebec’s Expo`67, a decade after it closed, during the winter of 1978. And the scare possibly also inspired Battlestar Galactica’s two “Ice Planet Zero” episodes.

    There was also the Killer Bee scare in 1978, via the movies “The Swarm” and “The Bees”. I don’t know about you, but I’ve never seen a single killer bee.

    BTW, would you believe that roughly 3,000 movies were made in 1977, 78, and 79 (per year, according to imdb.com)? And it’s almost triple that, now. In 2014 it likely will be 9,000. Who watches that many movies, a year?! And it’s only been going up each year, apparently not effected by the recession. Maybe slowed, slightly. But every year, I’ve looked at in the past ten years, has had more movies made, than the previous year. So screw the American manufacturing jobs. The growth industry is producing entertaining lies, on film. You can bet that x% of them will be about Global Warming being real. So if you’re prepared to sell your soul for a job, you’ve got it made in movie production.

  4. Uncle Patso says:

    The explanation is simple. Compared to ’78 – ’80 there are several hundred more cable and satellite TV channels, lots and lots of which show movies. The supply has gone up with the demand. Probably fewer than half the 9,000 movies made each year get any theatrical release, although with the rise of multiplex cinemas, there are probably two or three times more theatrical movies than in ’78 – ’80 as well.

  5. flyhigh says:

    If Adam wants to spew stupidity about we never landed on the moon, that’s harmless. But you should call him out on AIDS can be quickly fixed with vitamin C , that’s stupid and dangerous.

  6. deowll says:

    The Obama EPA, in order to save the the planet from man made global warming which stopped 16 years ago is in the process up pushing up ethanol in gas to 15% this is going to push up food prices, reduce mileage, and trash older engines. I’m hoping I’ll be able to find decent fuel for my old car.

    Net worth of American house hold fell to the same level as 43 years ago; 1969.

    I think Obama and the Dems want sequestration and the tax hikes to kick in. They’ll blame the Repubs and spend the all the money. They also want to uncap government borrowing. I’ll make a small wager that by 2016 our navy will be smaller than before WWI when we weren’t a super power and of course the average net worth of households will be the lower than it was before WWII during the great depression.

    I do kind of like the idea of just capping net worth. It would blow the guts out of the economy again but would also get a lot fat arsed 1% socialist where it hurts.

    The crappy Adobe plug in crashed again.

    • deowll says:

      I guess I need to be clearer. The Brits weather agency, MET said the planet stopped warming 16 years ago. Ours and NASA are still screaming the sky is falling but they are getting an incredible amount of money for doing so. They couldn’t afford to change their tune even if glaciers started to role across New York.

  7. deowll says:

    “The Obama administration said Friday that it would charge insurance companies for the privilege of selling health insurance to millions of Americans in new online markets run by the federal government.
    The cost of these “user fees” can be passed on to consumers. The proposed fees could add 3.5 percent to premiums for private health plans sold in insurance exchanges operated by the federal government….” (from today’s NYT)