Hi, Trisha Springstead here. We're all concerned about what's happening in the Gulf of Mexico due to BPs Corexit spraying, it has now been revealed that to "correct" the salinity in the Gulf a toxic chemical has been used called Silicon Tetrafluroide. When Silicon Tetrafluoride it creates a higher acidity in our water. My team and I need your help - Please give what you can - $1, $5, $10 - whatever you can so we can keep fighting the good fight and get it done right - by never giving up and never going down! The monies are never used for partying, social events, and anything that is left over from our expenses from traveling and doing our work in order to get this out to the world will also be used to get the people tested.
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The sponsorship monies you so generously provide will not go to parties, or stealing from sick people. It will go to overhead and to getting testing done on those who need it. We are working very hard to do the right thing and want to work and assist all groups in the gulf impacted by BPs spill and corexit spraying who are most in need. Your sponsor dollars will go toward our traveling and working one on one in towns all over the Gulf Coast. Many thanks to you now from both from us and from those whom you help provide with the means of getting treatment and proper documentation of their conditions. If the severity and long term duration of symptoms and illnesses is anywhere close to what was experienced after the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska most of those closest to the spill will be facing terminal complications within this decade and virtually every worker will not survive beyond twenty years. Experts estimate that the impact of Alaska's small spill will last another 30 years before the ecosystem properly recovers... BPs disaster in the Gulf DWARFS Exxon's spill many times over - the oil is still here and people and marine life are dieing!
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