Sep. 29th, 2006

gemfyre: (Frogs)
Hi,

Everyone's talking about global warming and the climate crisis - and now there's a new way to show our elected representatives we're serious.

I'm part of a national campaign that's redrawing the map of Australia, so that every person concerned about climate change can stand up and be counted, wherever you live. Together, we're starting a new movement to drive the message home to politicians at all levels of government that we expect responsible leadership and bold action to solve this crisis.

This issue is bigger than party politics, bigger than special interests, more important than short-term economic gain - and each of us can play a part in the solution by taking a stand for our future.

Now we’re aiming for a record-breaking target of 250,000 people to help create a groundswell for change in every electorate across the country.

I'll hope you'll join me - just click on the link below to add your name to the Climate Action Map now.

http://www.getup.org.au/campaign/ClimateActionNow



gemfyre: (Frogs)
Hi,

Everyone's talking about global warming and the climate crisis - and now there's a new way to show our elected representatives we're serious.

I'm part of a national campaign that's redrawing the map of Australia, so that every person concerned about climate change can stand up and be counted, wherever you live. Together, we're starting a new movement to drive the message home to politicians at all levels of government that we expect responsible leadership and bold action to solve this crisis.

This issue is bigger than party politics, bigger than special interests, more important than short-term economic gain - and each of us can play a part in the solution by taking a stand for our future.

Now we’re aiming for a record-breaking target of 250,000 people to help create a groundswell for change in every electorate across the country.

I'll hope you'll join me - just click on the link below to add your name to the Climate Action Map now.

http://www.getup.org.au/campaign/ClimateActionNow



gemfyre: (OMGWTF!?)
Can't go this year due to lack of time anyway, but I learned that ride prices are now $7-$10. *gapes*

It's getting cheaper to fly to south-east Asia and go to theme parks there. Cosmo's World in KL cost about $10Au to get in, had loads of cool rides and it was an all day pass-out arrangement, so you could go to the food hall to eat and shop at the massive Berjaya Times Square between rides.

I love the show, but at that price I'm doubting if I'll go again, which makes me sad.
gemfyre: (OMGWTF!?)
Can't go this year due to lack of time anyway, but I learned that ride prices are now $7-$10. *gapes*

It's getting cheaper to fly to south-east Asia and go to theme parks there. Cosmo's World in KL cost about $10Au to get in, had loads of cool rides and it was an all day pass-out arrangement, so you could go to the food hall to eat and shop at the massive Berjaya Times Square between rides.

I love the show, but at that price I'm doubting if I'll go again, which makes me sad.

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