Darryl Hannah is giving up her movie career to save the environment.
"Time has taught me to worry less about myself
and be more compassionate about others' anxieties. I am more focused on
trying to save the planet and other living creatures than on my career
moment. I won't be doing anything for a while because I'm focused on
environmental issues. I live in a solar-powered house built with
eco-friendly materials and things salvaged from a 19th century barn. I
also drive a 100 percent
bio-diesel car. I try to follow this ideal through all aspects of my
Darryl once played an endangered speciesI wish time would teach me to be more compassionate about others' anxieties. But what does that have to to with environmental issues? Maybe she's really concerned about "mental issues." Ironic, that. Focused on saving the planet versus her career...I don't know. I have this picture of Luke Skywalker channeling The Force as he struggles with the controls of his crippled fighter, with sweet little R2D2 fried in the caboose. As he barrels down the groove heading for the Death Star's sweet spot, he says, "I am more focused on trying to save the planet than on my career at the moment. Time has taught me to be more compassionate about other's anxieties." It really does convey a certain urgency, doesn't it?
Jason and Govindini at Liberty Film Festival. They also point out
that bio-diesel is a net consumer of fossil fuels- takes more energy to
produce bio-diesel than the bio-diesel itself produces. Oh well!)
I'm taking the pledge: no more making fun of actresses. It's like kicking puppies. Very attractive, supercilious, obscenely rich puppies. It's beneath me. Although I reserve the right to make fun of Paris Hilton. She's a special case. Vote or Die!