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Everybody past a certain age remembers this iconic image of “Chief Iron Eyes Cody” who represented the television face of the fledgling environmental movement in the early seventies. No matter that he wasn’t really a native american at all, but the son of Sicilian immigrants, he made a statement that resonated with a generation.
Well here is another face, a genuine one this time, and one I have posted before. Climate change is the issue that I continue to hammer on. I recommend every diary I read on the subject. I’ll shout it from the rooftops, I’ll... well, you get the picture. So I am going to make my own public service announcement. Maybe I will work on a video with dramatic music and voiceover down the road, but for now this will suffice. We need to put faces on the predicament we find ourselves in, and I encourage all of you to rip this idea off for all it’s worth. Below the fold, my humble offering, and my beautiful granddaughter.
............."Granddaddy, what were cars?".............