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Just a Little Friendly Advice

Getting Together for a Good Cause March 27, 2008

Filed under: Keep It Up,Love, KR — K @ 2:09 pm

Dear Al Gore,

Your rock. I just read about the ad campaign for your not-for-profit The Alliance for Climate Protection that is slated to begin next week. Now we all know that PSAs tend to be A) boring or B) trying a bit too hard to be edgy. However, what I just read about your campaign literally brought a smile to my face. Let’s have a read at the clip from the 60 minutes article:

Some of the ads will feature unlikely alliances to drive home the message that people of all stripes are concerned about global warming. These include the Rev. Al Sharpton and the Rev. Pat Robertson, Toby Keith and the Dixie Chicks, and Nancy Pelosi and Newt Gingrich.

This is absolute brillance. I would like to shake the person who came up with this strategy’s hand. Hell, I might even bear hug him or her. Among the pairings, that of Toby Keith and the Dixie Chicks is astounding. For those who don’t remember, they had a long battle over opinions on Bush that at one point involved shirts reading “FUTK”. As divisive as politics have been along party lines these days, this campaign will give strong evidence that global warming that transcends politics.

All the Best,

K

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One Response to “Getting Together for a Good Cause”

  1. Alicia Says:

    Country music has a special position in my heart. One of country music band which I do love to listen to is The Dixie Chicks. They really know how to attract their audience’s attention and gather more fans and I’m no exception. They’re a great band thus they’ve won many awards and their popularity is fairly remarkable while in a concert. Tickets become pricy and hard to get. Lately a friend has recommended me a site where to compare ticket prices for free before purchasing.
    http://www.ticketwood.com/concerts/Smashing-Pumpkins-Tickets/index.php
    Tickets


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