Hollywood will convene on Monday morning (Australian time) to hand out Oscars, congratulate itself for being so very wonderful and, inevitably, let the world know the extent to which cocaine-snorting, self-absorbed leftoid libertines disapprove of President Donald Trump. Last year, the top award went to a movie, The Shape of Water, that told the story of a young woman who conjugated the horizontal with a bipedal fish, so it’s anyone’s guess what might tickle Tinseltown’s fancy this year.
Whatever the choice, the clip above gets Quadrant Online’s vote for best picture.
Sensitive readers be warned: at the video’s midpoint a soaring raptor is minced, like so many thousands of others every year, by an “environmentally sensitive” wind turbine. It is not pretty.
UPDATE: From a Perdue University study:
…Worldwide, [wind farms] have been responsible for the deaths of 140,000 to 328,000 birds and 500,000 to 1.6 million bats, raising questions about their effects on population sustainability…