Quote of the Day: Al Gore on Hockey

How did we miss this? Evidently when Canada's environment minister was being a complete obstructionist jerk in Bali, Al Gore called the country out with a pointed hockey analogy that is not quite Bob Dylan's "You don't have to be a weatherman to know which way the wind is blowing" but is close:

One of the most famous ice-hockey players in history was asked the secret of why he was so good. He was the best passer in the history of the game, Bobby Hull. Others might disagree [and say] Wayne Gretzky. And he said in response to the question: 'I don't pass the puck to where they are - I pass the puck to where they're going to be'."

thanks to ::Torontoist

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