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Pelham's invention in action. Courtesy of ezbabysaver.com.
Igor July 2, 2014 at 04:53 pm
How about you pay attention. Course maybe if the baby was shaped like a cell phone (they never seemRead More to forget those).
Ellen R Majewski July 11, 2014 at 03:56 am
Already this summer there are far too many incidents of children and pets being left to die in hotRead More cars. Make a statement. Be alert. Let others know that this negligence is unacceptable. Buy a shirt, form a team, grab your friends and volunteer some time to do a car check the next time you are in a hot parking lot. Bring a hammer or crowbar just in case. This is a two tier project. First, preorder your t-shirt, tank top or hoody at http://teespring.com/windowbreaker T-shirt sales goal = 50 shirts in 20 days. For those who not familiar with teespring. com, pre-order your shirt on reserve. When the goal of 50 shirts is met or exceeded, shirts will be shipped to you by the company. If the goal is not met, the order is cancelled and no money is charged to you or your credit card. Proceeds from shirt sales will be reinvested to purchase bumper stickers that will be available locally and online. Bumper stickers will spread the message to a greater audience and remind the ignorant that we are paying attention - even if they are not! It is our moral obligation to protect those who cannot protect themselves. There comes a time when we are called to act. The time to act is now before another victim headlines the news. Will you choose to be part of the answer? I did. I ordered my shirt last night. Join this worthwhile cause TODAY! Please share
Craig Zac July 16, 2014 at 11:09 am
Great idea and kudos to this kid who invented this but this poor kid is in for a rude awakening whenRead More some moron tries to sue him because he put it in his car and it broke or fell off and the person didn't get reminded that his baby was in the car and it died. Sorry but this is the society we have raised!
Deanna Allen May 31, 2012 at 02:06 pm
I love that the Winder-Barrow Community Theatre makes a donation to a local nonprofit every show. IRead More know the organizations that benefit are very grateful.
Dr. Alice Farmer October 29, 2011 at 04:52 pm
I am Dr. Alice Farmer, the parapsychologist for The GROUP. The future sight of the field hospitalRead More near appomatox is my great great grandfather's house on Hillsman Farm. There thousands and thousands of murders there. We are the cousins of Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson who were actually distant cousins themselves (bet you didn't know that). I am looking forward to going back home and visiting the 'relatives'. My great grandmother refused to return to the house because of the blood left behind. Think of blood dripping into the cellar from the thousands of dying and dismembered soldiers As a parapsychologist I bring the scientific method to the group. Basically, there is always a science behind the paranormal. Through this we make sure the methods are sterile and can be proved, or in the case of the scientific method, not proved. Investigating hautings is hard because there must be a tried and true method to make sure you don't think every bump in the night is a ghost. It isn't as easy as watching it on tv. Every detail must be accounted for...lights from windows, other people talking, use of equipment, calibration of equipment, etc. The GROUP is one the most professional groups there is. It is all technology and we will be the first to debunk something that is not proven beyond a doubt. Blake, Eleanor and I are the Virginia outpost. I can't wait until our facebook page is up! We will have more video of the OSPH soon. It is 22 hours of video to go through.
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