Thursday, May 03, 2007

Gore's book "An Inconvenient Truth" elevated to religious status- kind of

A Napa Valley hotel and spa (Gaia Napa Valley Hotel and Spa) has nixed the Gideon Bible (staple of almost every hotel and motel room in the country) and chosen to place a copy of ex-VP Al Gore's book "An Inconvenient Truth" in the room, instead.

Granted the place is an ultra-green, eco-friendly hotel:
"They'll also find the Gaia equipped with waterless urinals, solar lighting and recycled paper as it marches toward becoming California's first hotel certified as "green,'' or benevolent to the environment. Similar features are found 35 miles south at San Francisco's Orchard Garden Hotel",
and actually looks very nice, but must they put more money in Gore's coffers by placing them in every room, and inflating his already humongous ego even further?

And waterless urinals? I hope they're not considering Sheryl Crow's eco-friendly toilet paper idea.

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Pat Jenkins said...

I wonder if Inconvenient Truth has more pages, thus using more paper, than the Bible. From now on just use a condescened version.

Panhandle Poet said...

Maybe the plan is to combine Gore's book with Crow's idea!? -- ah, well, wishful thinking.

WomanHonorThyself said...

The Goreaholic needs to get to rehab!..what a liar and madman he is..good post!

Incognito said...

That would be interesting to find out Pat.. how many pages his book. Hope it was published on recylced paper!

:-) Panhandle.. somehow I think not, but great idea.. :-)

Yes he is.. oh founder of the internet.... thank God Bush *stole* the election from him. Can you just imagine what he would have been like as a leader? I shudder to think. Watch, he is going to run for Prez. Last minute.

Papa J said...

Dang!!! What a revelation! Gore is setting himself up as the prophet of global warming. Because after all, he wrote the book on it.

Smart man.

Incognito said...

Yup, he did.. and then he's going to come riding in on his horse to save the day, when he announces his candidacy for Prez.