posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 10:57 AM
We can all meet up and drive to Louisiana dressed as a team of Captain Planets.
I have pondered this myself. I don't know if there is much to be done right now. We can't join cleanup crews for the oil and the animals seeing as
they are trained professionals, more so the animal rescue teams. Oil still hasn't hit many places, and will just continue to make land fall even
after the gush is stopped, if it is ever stopped. That's why I think there are not many oil cleanup crews down there. What is there now is just a
fraction of what is to come.
I guess unless you are trained in handling animals, you can't do much besides "boycott BP" which won't do much, considering many gas station are
locally owned and they may be BP and get their gas from shell, or be Shell and get their gas from BP.
I am weary of donations considering the scam threat.
But in all honesty, even though my first sentence was a joke, to me that is the most doable, sans costumes. Driving down there go give the people
money or to help them in any way, though a daunting and almost unrealistic idea, is probably the most sure fire way to get something done.
The worst hasn't even happened yet.