January 07, 2010
It's a cold world, Al
'Frozen Gore' sculpture returns in Fairbanks to fuel climate change debate
FAIRBANKS - In what might become an annual tradition, an ice sculpture of former Vice President Al Gore has taken its place in front of Thrifty Liquor along Airport Way.
The two-ton "Frozen Gore" sculpture isn't exactly a tribute. It's a tongue-in-cheek critique of Gore's vocal belief in man-made climate change, complete with hot air pouring out of his mouth.
Local businessmen Craig Compeau and Rudy Gavora contracted the piece from award-winning sculptor Steve Dean and say they'll keep erecting one each winter until Gore accepts an invitation to discuss the global warming issue in Fairbanks.
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