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Bodypainting of Amanda: The Issue of Oil Spills
Date of Shoot: Monday, May 24, 2010
Theme of Bodypainting: A postcard you can e-mail to your Congressman
Location of Shoot: Ft. Pierce, St. Lucie County, Florida
Home Location of Model: Palm Beach County, Florida
Background on This Bodypainting
Unlike my usual weekly sample bodypainting distributions which focus on my body art and photography, this one champions the issue of unmonitored oil drilling platforms at sea. For over a month now BP has been unsuccessful in stopping a growing oil spill near the Mississippi River Delta in the Gulf of Mexico. For the time being, we still need oil and recovering it means drilling in some highly hazardous regions. But government should play a key role in protecting people, jobs, and the environment from disastrous oil spills. It does this with meaningful government oversight of oil platform operations to ensure that workers' lives are not lost, fisheries remain healthy, and wildlife is not endangered. Amanda posed for this digital postcard so that you could forward it to your Congressman. Let them know how you feel on this issue of oil platform oversight with this eye-catching postcard. Feel free to share it with friends. It'll get the attention of Congress and The White House in Washington, D.C. To find the e-mail address of all 535 congressional representatives in both the Senate and the House of Representatives, go to: < http://www.webslingerz.com/jhoffman/con … rch=search
>. Important: Be sure to include your 'snail mail' (street) address in your e-mail to elected officials.