James 'Avatar' Cameron says we have to live with less. So when does he start?

James Cameron, filmmaker and prominent Global Warming activist, recently told The Los Angeles Times that we have to accept the fact that we must live with less in order to save the environment.

Easy for him to say, but funny, I don't recall seeing For Sale Notices on his three houses in Malibu, JetRanger helicopter, three Harleys, Corvette, Ducati, Ford GT, yacht, submarine fleet, lavish mountain resort, fleet of dirt bikes, etc. etc. etc.

I must give the man credit, though, as he has excellent taste in motor vehicles; I can only dream of owning both a Corvette and a Ford GT (I wonder if his is one of Ford's recent retro version or one of the legendary originals that won LeMans four straight years in the 1960s), plus a Ducati motorcycle aka a Duck.

For a lengthier, though by no means anywhere nearly complete list of the amenities we can expect to see Cameron ridding himself of soon, check out this soothing video:

 

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