Attached is the anti-pesticide spraying flyer. After negotiating some with the printer, I wisely doubled the print-run and leafletted the concert-goers at Prospect Park from 6:30 to 8:10 pm. Went into the concert area and flyered everyone already there, and then worked my way back up the line to the outside. Got a very good response, a few long and excellent talks, no hostility whatsoever. People were stunned that the City'd be spraying the concert area later tonight and tomorrow's concert crowd won't know they're sitting in pesticides! Gave out around 1,000 flyers. Then I took the subway and 2 buses over to the Arab Muslim American Federation Ramadan Welcome Dinner in Dyker Heights. Free food, good vibes, and loads of politicians courting the Islamic vote (and saying nothing). Spoke with quite a few politicians and handed them flyers, and gave out around 80 more at the door to the crowd. (I ran after NYC Comptroller John Liu, but unfortunately didn't get to him in time.) I sat at a table by chance next to a rabbi from Ditmas Park. And, an Imam from Northern Manhattan who spoke at the event took a flyer and said how very important this is, great information(!) -- so everyone around him took flyers as well. As did the load of police brass that were there, and military personnel. Then I hopped on two buses, got home (exhausted -- I've been doing this with little sleep for a few days), scrubbed my hands from the politician grease. I'm sending this flyer (attached) as PDF, so you can print it yourself, cut'm in half and hand them out everywhere, wherever you go, could be a little at a time .... If we all do this, even if just a few, it will start to resonate, spark the idea. The Giuliani graphic is a painting by Robert Lederman, who's put out the call to artists for next week's event and we should leaflet that crowd with these. They'll see Robert's name and it'd be a big plus for us, right Robert? :-) Yes, there are a zillion things missing from this flyer, but I couldn't fit them while keeping the type size readable. No one got back to me about blocking the trucks tonight, so I figured I should just go home and get a good night's sleep. Let's get the idea out there. Things'll happen. If anyone can afford it, I spent around $40 on this (including transportation -- not bad, eh?), and I have zero (really!) funds to my name. So your help is appreciated. Live long and prosper, Mitchel Mitchel Cohen 2652 Cropsey Avenue, #7H Brooklyn, NY 11214 or PayPal me at my email address: [log in to unmask] Thanx.