According to Chad LoDuca, 32, a self-described "make-out king" from Bay Ridge, N.Y., "For any dude looking to score with his lady, it doesn't get better than An Inconvenient Truth."
The Gore documentary's emergence as the super-sexy make-out film of the summer may seem counterintuitive at first, but according to LoDuca, "It's like Colt 45 -- it works every time. When a girl sees all of those computer-generated images of the polar ice caps melting, it puts her in a very vulnerable mood," he said. "That's when I whisper into her ear, 'Al Gore may say that the world is ending, but baby, we've still got tonight.'"
LoDuca added that he has taken 12 different ladies to An Inconvenient Truth and will continue to steam up the multiplex as long as the film is in theaters.
"I haven't seen this much action since Dirty Dancing," he said. "Every time I make out with a lady, I'm like, 'Thank you, Al Gore.'"
An Inconvenient Truth will wrap up its theatrical run some time this summer, but LoDuca said he is eagerly awaiting the release of the film's DVD.
"It's going to have lots of never-before-seen material," LoDuca said. "Dude, that's bound to be hot."
Elsewhere, the National Security Agency said that it has been snooping on Internet social networks such as MySpace and LiveJournal in the hopes of identifying terrorists and determining what their favorite bands are.
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