Posted by Tony from ? (22.214.171.124) on Wednesday, September 25, 2002 at 10:01AM :
In Reply to: Re: My Humble Question... posted by Stella from 12-248-16-41.client.attbi.com (126.96.36.199) on Wednesday, September 25, 2002 at 3:15AM :
*** Check my other message, How to revive people spirit? for few simple suggestions that could revive your communities.
Save the Children.
: : I didn't intent to harm your reputation among the readers/viewers. Please forgive me If I caused any unhappiness.
: ****No harm was done to me. Thanks for your "concern" though.
: : I just wanted to understand your logic in your Dance Party Decision. However, as of yet I am not convinced that Dance Party Was the most appropriate event to raise money for Lina. Thats all.
: ***You completely missed the message in my post. Inappropriate or appropriate, it will get the money Lina needs FAST. She's got less than two weeks till her operation and if you read below you would know she needs a huge chunk of change for a down payment before she can have the operation.
: Like I asked before, do you have any other suggestions on fundraising?
: : In the meantime, I wish you and others have a wonderful time at the Dance Party Friday Night.
: ****We will, thank you.
: f children in the world that are on the brink of death AS WE SPEAK. In Iraq children are starving in their homes, sufficating in their HOSPITAL BEDS, and DYING in their parent's arms. While in in Romania, thousands of children with AIDS and other horrendous diseases are lying catatonic in their bed as well. THeir Korean peers are mentally frozen and unable to function normally.
: : : All this is going on while we're trying to raise money for a young girl to save her life. Don't give me this bullshit about feeling guilty because we're going to be partying while she's incapable of doing the same. Look at how we live our lives daily. We don't give a thought to those others around the world who are continuously suffering.
: : : At least this girl has a chance the others don't.
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