Pink is a lobbyist now.

Note: only a few plastic cows and the eyeballs of any human with taste were harmed during the making of this pleather skort.

With the global economy in collapse and nuclear disasters occurring in Japan, Pink would like to bring the president’s attention to a very important and timely concern. Pink wrote to her pen pal Obama:

“In 2006, you made an inquiry to the USDA, in behalf of your constituents, regarding the status of three cases of egregious cruelty by Feld Entertainment (dba Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus). At that time, you were assured that the USDA would ‘pursue appropriate enforcement action’ in all three cases. However, the USDA’s Office of the General Counsel has yet to take enforcement action of any kind, and evidence of Ringling’s cover-ups, interference with investigations, and tampering with evidence are contained in the USDA’s own records and in sworn testimony…

The USDA’s Office of the General Counsel must be held accountable in the performance of its duties and the promise that animal protection will be secured under the law,” she wrote. “PETA and I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your consideration.”

ET music video released

Honestly, I’m a little disappointed. The first third is a rip-off of Christina Aguilera’s “Fighter,” the next third is a basically Britney Spears’ “Hold it Against me” when watched anesthetized, and the final third I’m pretty sure is straight out of Harry Potter. Thoughts?

http://www.vevo.com/VideoPlayer/Embedded?videoId=USCA31100006&playlist=false&autoplay=0&playerId=62FF0A5C-0D9E-4AC1-AF04-1D9E97EE3961&playerType=embedded&env=0

Dignity in Focus: A Photography Auction & Reception

This event will provide a rousing evening of art curated by Nuru Project, music, cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres; all while hearing about Acumen Fund and browsing and bidding on beautiful photography for auction.

DC for Acumen will be partnering with Nuru Project, which has done an ongoing series of DIGNITY auctions to leverage photography for social change in the developing world. They focus on raising charitable funds and public awareness through auctioning donated photographs at gallery exhibitions, and have raised more than $80,000 through photo auctions across the world.

Tickets: $50; and $100 for a VIP Private Auction Tour. For tickets, visit the following link: http://bit.ly/eysVdz