In Conversation with… Sabian Wilde

Marketing Lecturer. Writer. Music Bod. Claims to have coined 'Perthonality'

Introducing CoolShite West Sai-ede

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Hi everyone, it’s time to reveal the reason why In Conversation With… has been a little quiet lately.

I’ve been working on assembling a team of West Coast movie reviewers to join the brilliant folk at (Cool) Shite on the Tube.

After gruelling months of trying to snatch pebbles from my hand, the CoolShite West Sai-ede team consists of West Coast comedian John Robertson, community radio’s Funky Films presenter Lewis Sutton, uber-film nazi and walking imdb Travis Johnson and of course, myself…. I was obviously best at catching pebbles from my own hand. Mind you, I had to get the pebbles from ur-Shiter Bruce Moyle, and that was no easy feat.

Our first casts are up as follows…

Movie Poster - Daybreakers

Daybreakers

…and the remake of…

Wolfman

Now, get to it…

Also on (Cool) Shite on the Tube, welcome Good Game’s Hex as she takes a look at the new not-quite-a-superhero-flick, Kick-Ass.

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  1. Environmental politics and related concerns regarding carbon emissions have heightened sensitivity to gas mileage standards and environmental protection worldwide. In a 2007 edition of his book An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore criticized the Big Three. “They keep trying to sell large, inefficient gas-guzzlers even though fewer and fewer people are buying them.” For example, Japan requires autos to achieve 45 miles per US gallon (5.2 L/100 km; 54 mpg-imp) of gasoline and China requires 35 mpg-US (6.7 L/100 km; 42 mpg-imp). The European Union requires 47 mpg-US (5.0 L/100 km; 56 mpg-imp) by 2012. By comparison, U.S. autos are required to achieve only 25 mpg-US (9.4 L/100 km; 30 mpg-imp) presently. Other nations have adopted standards that are increasing mpg requirements in the future. When California raised its own standards, the auto companies sued.

    Snerky McSnerk

    Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 4:38 pm


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