Aloha all you environmental readers out there!
I recently finished writing the Honolulu molasses disaster articles, showing pictures and videos of what had happened in the Honolulu, Hawaii affected seas.
I even let the public know about what might happen, which it did.
Yesterday, on September 16, 2013, I had googled my name to see the response and if anyone happened to repost my environmental articles.
To my amazement, I had found a strange blog from a very famous Canadian comedian, that happened to post about my articles randomly.
This Canadian comedian goes by the name of Red Green. His real name is Steve Smith.
My thoughts immediately was: *hmmm.... Now how did this man find me in the whole entire world of environmentalists and Environmental non-profit organizations?*
Well, it seems that he may be raising awareness with my environmental articles, or having a way to deter people from reading my simple environmental articles that reaches out to more than one group of people.
The real reason on why I write simple.
"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."
- Albert Einstein
The second, a very strange coincidence.
I've noticed that before this post from a very famous Canadian comedian, that a Canadian politician and a Hawai'i politician had both followed my environmental twitter page, previously and at the same time!
Is it me, or do I smell something non-environmental?
Third, I had placed one star about the link.
I guess because he gave me attention, regardless if it's good or bad. In that, he's obviously a fan that reads my articles, and I am now more noticeable as an Environmentalist that cares about the world.
To that man: "Thank you."
And like I stated before, I am one out of millions of writers out there that writes about Environmental issues and Eco-friendly tips.
Fourth, he could have emailed me to tell me that he's placing my name in big letters in his blog, in which he didn't.
Yup. I didn't receive any emails from him.
Here's the link, and you can view it for yourself.
He is a Canadian comedian that has a similar version of SNL (Saturday Night Live) or Mad TV, and is now touring Canada and soon the U.S.
Mahalo to all the Environmental readers for learning about Hawaii and the world environment.
Thank you for your time.
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