Yesterday I heard a radio announcer attribute a quote to "Don Quixoto". I'm not sure if it was him or my ears, since I'm pretty sure the dude in question is actually called Don Quixote. Whose "real name in the book" (if that makes sense) was Alonso Quixano. And really, the author is Cervantes. I mean, who do you actually cite when the words were spoken by a fictional character who adopts a new name?
Anyway, so I'm listening to the radio and thinking, ...huh? ... "Don Kyoto" ????
I'm thinking this might be a character who does not see wind power as the solution to our greenhouse gas emissions woes.
Or, a guy who thinks it's possible to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions but he doesn't really have the right tools for the job and most people think he's completely mad.
Either way, here in Canada, Don Kyoto is definitely a fictional character.