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Judith Glixon. Credit: submitted
Tara Dactyl June 26, 2014 at 09:53 am
Walking is fine exercise but it does result in more carbon dioxide released in the atmosphere.Read More Glixon would be better off to study climate change rather than blindly proselytizing. The area where she walked was under a couple hundred feet of ice 20,000 years ago and there weren't many people around releasing carbon. By the way, if there are any scientists at the Union of Concerned Scientists, they certainly don't act like scientists.
Photo from Dave Dyer's GoFundMe page.
Jennifer Degl January 8, 2014 at 11:23 am
Great event for a gear cause! My daughter Joy was born at 23 weeks last year. Due to modern medicineRead More and prayers she is doing great today. I hemorrhaged at 17 weeks for the first of 4 times because of 100% placenta previa, which turned into placenta accreta (which I believe was caused by 3 prior c-sections). After she came home from 121 days in the NICU, I wrote a memoir called "From Hope To Joy" about my life-threatening pregnancy and my daughter's 4 months in the NICU (with my 3 young sons at home), which is now available on both the Amazon and Barnes&Noble websites. It was quite a roller coaster that I am certain some of you have been on or are currently riding on. My mission is to provide hope to women struggling with high-risk pregnancies, encourage expectant mothers to educate themselves before electing cesarean deliveries, provide families of premature babies a realistic look at what lies ahead in their NICU journey, and show that miracles can happen, and hope can turn into joy. Please see my website http://www.micropreemie.net and www.facebook.com/jenniferdegl and watch our amazing video of my daughter’s miracle birth and life at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_hleySg-iU Thank you.
Image from the Help pay for Auggie's surgery GoFundMe page.
Mike Callahan December 6, 2013 at 11:32 am
"To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived...this is to haveRead More succeeded". Ralph Waldo Emerson As a local Acton Coffee Roaster and avid animal advocate, I would like to offer a fundraising opportunity for this noble cause. I have recently launched StarBarksCoffee.com, with 100% of our profits supporting Animal Welfare & Worthy causes for All. I will donate $2.00 for every bag of coffee sold in this community to help defray these medical costs. This Gourmet Coffee, gently roasted and shipped within hours, also makes a great gift for the holidays. You can show friends and family how much you care about them, and the worthy causes we support, with the gift of Compassionate Coffee, from our doorstep to yours. Visit Facebook.com/starbarkscoffee or visit our website at StarBarksCoffee.com. Get well fast Auggie, and Happy Holidays to all! If you have a worthy cause in need of Viral Fundraising, please feel free to contact me directly at 978-648-0001. Sincerely, Michael Callahan Founder StarBarksCoffee.com
Survivors pass by two large boats after they were washed ashore by strong waves caused by Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban city, Philippines on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
ActonGuy November 12, 2013 at 12:26 pm
http://www.jdc.org/ JDC, the world's leading Jewish humanitarian assistance organization TyphoonRead More Haiyan Relief With reports of a growing number of deaths and catastrophic destruction, there is already an urgent need for immediate humanitarian assistance as Typhoon Haiyan continues its path of devastation. JDC staff experts are consulting with local authorities, the Filipino Jewish community, and global partners to assess the unfolding situation on the ground. The typhoon, one of the strongest storms in recorded history, has caused widespread damage to the Philippines, especially the hardest-hit central city of Tacloban, and is barreling its way towards Vietnam. Hundreds of thousands of Filipinos are inaccessible as they remain without power and shelter.
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