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'Operation Icelift' Launched
to Save Antarctic Ice Sheet

Several hollywood actors and actresses have paid to have ice flown to Antarctica to help rebuild the rapidly disintegrating ice cap.

(Los Angeles, CA) Bothered by the recent news reports of the Antarctic ice sheet losing ice due to global warming, several Hollywood actors and actresses have paid huge sums of money to have helicopters deliver replacement ice to the imperiled ice cap.

"We couldn't just sit by and watch this tragedy unfold without doing something, you know?" exclaimed one well-known actress who asked that ecoEnquirer not use her name. "I was like, 'we have to help fix it!', and my friends were, like, 'well let's do something!".

The replacement ice, gathered from a number of Southern California ice companies, is being bought up as fast as it can be be made. The trips to Antarctica are long, with a number of refueling stops being required. The helicopters have been insulated and have been fitted with refrigeration equipment to keep the ice cold during the two-day trips.

When asked about claims that the heat that is generated by the making of the ice and the fuel required for the trips far outweighs any good the ice would do, the actress replied, "Well, there are always those who will find fault, you know? At least WE are doing something!".

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