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Meet Sea Shepherd's Paul Watson At Special NYC Event

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r322381_1439027-1Lately it seems like Sea Shepherd’s Paul Watson is all over the news! Just last week, Watson took to Ecorazzi to share his thoughts on South Park’s parody of his organization, explaining:

“I have to say that being lampooned on South Park is hardly something to complain about. They spelt Sea Shepherd right and they brought the issue of the dolphin and whale slaughter by the Japanese to a very large audience. I could not really care less how I was portrayed personally, I’m in good company along with Tom Cruise and Sean Penn.”

Well, on November 11th, New York City residents will have the chance to meet the man with the plan at a Sea Shepherd Conservation Society fundraiser at Moo Shoes in Manhattan.

The event is being thrown by PPath’s Kelly Overton and will include delicious food, music by Princess Superstar and a speech by the good campaign himself.

Tickets are extremely limited and going fast! To get your all access pass to the event, email Kelly at Kelly_Overton@post.harvard.edu. See ya there!

[Editor Note: Due to a scheduling conflict, this event has been cancelled. Sorry, Charlie.]

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