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call your representatives in congress this December 13.


Dear Luckylicious,

Thanks to everyone's great work this year, we have been successful in building support for the Roadless Area Conservation Act of 2007 in both the House and Senate. The House version, led by Representatives Jay Inslee (D-WA), Christopher Shays (R-CT), George Miller (D-CA), Mark Kirk (R-IL), Maurice Hinchey (D-NY), and Jim Ramstad (R-MN), now enjoys almost 150 bipartisan cosponsors. The Senate version, led by Senators Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and John Warner (R-VA) has 20 bipartisan cosponsors.

In an effort to continue to build on this support, we would like to ask your help in contacting Members of Congress before they go home to their districts for the holiday recess. Members of Congress must be urged to support this vital conservation measure that would permanently protect 58.5 million acres of pristine forest lands in 39 states, including 9.3 million acres of the Tongass National Forest in Alaska.

By the end of the year, the Bush administration is expected to announce comment periods for two state specific federal rule making processes — one in Colorado and one in Idaho — that would weaken protections currently in place under the 2001 Roadless Rule. These roadless petitions threaten some our nation's most treasured public lands and could set a dangerous precedent for other states to follow. Your help is needed to urge Members of Congress to permanently protect our nations' last remaining roadless lands.

We would like to invite organizations and individuals around the country to participate in a national Holiday Call in Day to Support Roadless Area Protection on Thursday, December 13. The message is to urge Members of Congress to become cosponsors of the Roadless Area Conservation Act of 2007.

Ask Your Member of Congress to Give a Gift of Roadless Protection

Call your Representative and Senators on December 13 and ask them to make a holiday gift to our national forests by cosponsoring the Roadless Area Conservation Act of 2007. You can reach your Members of Congress by calling the US Capitol Switchboard at 202-224-3121.

Wed, December 12, 2007 - 7:44 PM permalink
anyone out there interesting in making a cool chart? i've done one in Excel, but think it's pretty bland. i'd love something more hip. all i need is a pie chart showing three values, in .jpg format at 300 dpi or more. easy stuff. i can send what i've done, along with ideas for what i'd love to see. if you have any computer graphics skills, it would take you all of 5 minutes to do. and i'd be ever so grateful. lemme know!
Wed, December 12, 2007 - 5:52 AM permalink
when are people going to get fed up of us versus them mentality? military buildup is not the answer, and leads ultimately to only one conclusion. in the famous words of Sarah Connor, "anybody not wearing 2 million sunblock is gonna have a real bad day... Get it?"

so the first solution to growing global populations competing for limited resources is to fight? let's threaten China and Russia? are you kidding me?

take it from this New Yorker...Giuliani is an asshole. his recent endorsement by the Christian Right makes him a shitty asshole, at that.

Giuliani said a larger military will help counter Russian and Chinese influence.

OKATIE, South Carolina (CNN) – Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani on Friday advocated a strong military build-up by the United States as a bulwark against the oil-rich Russian President Vladimir Putin and his increasing consolidation of power in the country.

"The good part with Russia is we're not in a Cold War, there is no longer a Soviet empire, their desires are still of a matter of concern but they're not nearly what they used to be and we don't want to get ourselves back into that," said Giuliani, who described Putin as both "good and bad."

"Long term the way we prevent getting ourselves back into that, both with regard to Russia, and even China, is to become militarily even stronger."

The former New York City mayor was responding to a questioner at a town hall meeting who asked: "What are you going to do about Putin?"

Giuliani provided little detail on what being "stronger" would mean, other than saying the "best answer" to the Kremlin would be "a substantial increase in the size of our military."

Sat, December 1, 2007 - 5:01 PM permalink


hope you're all having a great Thanksgiving!!!
Thu, November 22, 2007 - 5:14 PM permalink


that was one of the best movies i've seen in a very long time. and i loved how they slipped into old english every once in a while.


i'm going to take my nephew tomorrow!
Thu, November 22, 2007 - 6:38 AM permalink
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