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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Stampede to Oblivion

Dear Readers,
Today you can have your own WILD HORSE FILM FESTIVAL. Fun with a serious purpose.
Right this minute: you can watch the first two parts of STAMPEDE TO OBLIVION.
Tonight: watch ( click here for local listings in the U.S.) CLOUD: Challenge of the Stallions. It will be followed by an online discussion with Ginger Kathrens about the BLM round-up of Cloud's band.
STAMPEDE TO OBLIVION includes everything from proof that the horse is native to North America to BLM's rough treatment of foals, to-the-point interviews and up-to-the-minute news reports from a top-notch investigative reporter. Click here Stampede to Oblivion to watch it now.
When you see the screen in the upper right hand corner of the page, look under the picture and on the far right, click on the icon that looks like a TV. That will blow the movie up to fill your screen.
Viewing hint: if you watch TV with a computer nearby, feel free to write notes to these two men. They can influence what happens next:

Robert Abbey

BLM Director

Ken Salazar
Dept. of Interior
Dept of Interior

If you prefer, address envelopes or postcards, have them at hand and write notes that you can mail tomorrow.
Write to both :
Department of the Interior
1849 C Street, N.W.
Washington DC 20240


Best, Terri

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Comments: Hi Terry, this is rather a question: I would like to ask permission to use this extremely pretty picture of the young Windflower yearling in a book (I'm preparing the book entierely as a voluntary work, it is not going to make money). I cant'find who is the author of the picture. Could you put me in contact?
If necessary I can pay for the rights, as long as it is not expansive.
Thank you so much for your help! Take care
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