Lucky for students who prefer their teacher's droning to that of the highly successful documentary, a nutjob parent complained, comparing the Vice President to a prophylactic along the way:
"Condoms don't belong in school, and neither does Al Gore. He's not a schoolteacher," said Frosty Hardison, a parent of seven who also said that he believes the Earth is 14,000 years old. "The information that's being presented is a very cockeyed view of what the truth is. ... The Bible says that in the end times everything will burn up, but that perspective isn't in the DVD." [p-i]Thanks to this dimwitted critique, the school board has enacted a moratorium on showing the film until they can find someone willing to present the "other side" of the phenomenon that just about every credible scientist agrees is happening.
The rest of the article is packed full of the folk wisdom of Mr. Hardison, whose lust for apocalyptic flames apparently wasn't satisfied by the parts of the film showing the heat waves and wildfires.