Hey Bill O'Reilly, You're Busted! Fan Watches 'Chasing Ice' And Now Understands Global Warming Is Real

Tue, 2012-11-27 17:45Brendan DeMelle
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Hey Bill O'Reilly, You're Busted! Fan Watches 'Chasing Ice' And Now Understands Global Warming Is Real

Bill O'Reilly has been put on notice by a former fan who claims to have watched his Fox News show every day and took his word for it that climate change is nothing to worry about. Well, today she watched the incredible new documentary film 'Chasing Ice' and left the theater determined to educate all of her friends (whom she had convinced that global warming was fake) about the reality of climate change. 

Have you seen 'Chasing Ice' yet? (Watch the trailer below the fold.)

Here is a prime example why it is such an important film. Please spread the word far and wide. This could be a game changer for those who've been misled by Fox News.

H/T UpWorthy and original YouTube poster Justin Kanew

View the trailer for Chasing Ice below, and watch for opportunities to see it in a theater near you. I saw it here in Seattle a few weeks ago and it was incredibly powerful. 

Previous Comments

What is it about film makers, tv stations etc that don't get streaming or pay to download? They whinge about  losing profits because of the torrent sites, but its just people voting with their feet. They want it now & when its convenient to them.

There is virtually no chance of getting this film to a cinema near me & besides, I dont have the time. But I would pay $5-$10 to stream it , or download it into my house and could be watching it today.

Others do it:

http://publicinterestpics.org/

http://publicinterestpics.org/films/broadcast-blues/

 
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