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Happy Mother's Day Terre Haute! [May. 13th, 2007|08:50 am]
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redman69_117
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Who really pays the price for stupid? [Dec. 14th, 2006|09:04 pm]
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ceciliamarie23
This is a guy on the phone with Verizon and he's disputing his charges.



http://verizonfails.ytmnd.com/


Watch this and you'll watch your bill a little closer in the future.
Plus, it's riotously funny.
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Light a virtual candle and a dollar goes to HIV/AIDS Fund [Dec. 9th, 2006|09:29 pm]
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ceciliamarie23
Today, Bristol-Myers Squibb, the pharmaceutical monolith that charges nearly $1,000 for a 30 day supply of one of its HIV/AIDS medications, is donating $1 to the National AIDS Fund for each person who simply visits their website and "virtually lights a candle." The tally is over 1,000,000 now.

Please, please take a minute to "light a candle":

www.lighttounite.com

This really will take just a second!! :) Please forward this on to other friends!

P.S. Please, take a few seconds to repost this so that the word can get out to as many people as possible. Thanks
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Demand Triples This Holiday Season For Local Charity Organization [Dec. 8th, 2006|03:16 pm]
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ceciliamarie23
[How ya feelin'? |sadsad]

Hi everyone. This article was in the Tribune Star. There are a lot kids this year that aren't going to get anything for Christmas! Remember how important everything was a child? The shock of thinking that Santa didn't come must be awful. Anyway, if you have the means, maybe stop by and drop off a gift or two.
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While many families are out shopping for gifts to put under the Christmas tree, in Vigo County one in six children is living in poverty, and some will not have a Christmas this year.


"I know that there are some of these families that would not have a Christmas, said Rose Aycock, Covenant Cooperative Ministries. “I know that there would be children that wake up on Christmas morning with nothing under their tree."


Aycock, along with Covenant Cooperative Ministries, is working feverishly, collecting items for families like Deanna Gilbrech so her children will have gifts under their tree.


"You know we've had some hard times where the things aren't always as good as you'd like them to be, and sometimes the kids don't understand, and there's not a real easy way to explain," said Deanna Gilbrech, single mom.


Aycock said this year the number of kids signed up for Christmas help has tripled. Close to 1,200 children in Vigo County applied for their teen and little angels program, and 400 of them are on a waiting list.


Getting involved is easy. All you have to do is come by one of the locations and pick up one of the tags.


Glenn Cardwell with the Department of Child Services said without local charity organizations,"It would be pretty bleak, because the programs just aren't set up more than just bare minimum really."


This is why this family is thankful to be living in a community that reaches out.


"We're very grateful,” said Deanna. “Yeah it's important that everyone in the community pulls together and helps each other."


Covenant Cooperative Ministries has 10 locations for teen and little angel trees.


All you have to do is pick up a tag, and all of the information is posted on it to make a donation.


For more information or to make a donation you can also Contact Covenant Cooperative ministries at 812-478-7700
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Anyone like Serenity/Firefly? [Nov. 11th, 2006|11:30 pm]
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vigo_county_bc
I've got a new comm called browncoats_ind. If you're already a fan, you probably already know what it's for. If you're curious about the movie Serenity or the TV show Firefly & living in (or near) Indiana, you might wanna join to have a chance to check it out with other people.

Feel free (& welcomed!) to spread the word. If you're a Vigo County Browncoat or just curious about the show or movie, feel welcomed to friend me too. :)

x-posted like woah. (sorry)
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Seen on 4th St. tonight. haha! [Aug. 30th, 2006|10:10 pm]
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puma_rumor
[How ya feelin'? |amusedamused]

About an hour before the power grid went out tonight, while I sat on my porch enjoying an evening cigarette, I saw this little red coupe slowly turning the corner at 4th and Washington. A little too slow. The driver's door was open and a woman was slowly pushing the car and turning the wheel. When she got all the way around the corner and straightened out her car, she hopped in, shut the door, and motioned to the car that was following right behind her. The other driver proceeded to pull up to her bumper and push the little car along down the road. Put put put. It was beautiful.

Who says it's boring around here?
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(no subject) [Jul. 24th, 2006|05:16 pm]
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arendia
This is a wild shot, but I thought it might be worth a try. I have two kittens that I need to give away (as well as their mother). We tried to keep her inside, but she escaped and got knocked up, and I don't really have room for them as I have four other cats. One of the kittens is mostly gray with a white belly and the other is white with gray spots. The mother is a calico, and needs a home where she can get a lot of attention. If she can't find a home, she's going to the shelter, but I'd like to avoid that with the babies.

I wish I had a recent picture, but my laptop that my digital camera hooks up to is dead.

They were born June 15th, so they're six weeks old. They're weened and litter box trained and everyone still has their claws (although I'd like for them to go to homes where they can stay indoors. They've never been outdoors ever.) I've held them every day since they were born, so they're very loving toward people, and I assume they would be fine with other pets. I'm willing to take them for their first round of vaccinations and deliver them if anyone is interested. They can be split up or taken together. I just want to find homes where they can get the love they deserve.
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(no subject) [Jun. 28th, 2006|01:20 am]
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wildebeest
[What's that noise? |The Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies - "Hello From Venus"]

Child-molestation aside, does anybody else miss WZZQ?
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Tell me where... [Jun. 6th, 2006|12:01 am]
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puma_rumor
I can get some free magazines that nobody wants anymore. I'm talking maybe some old Smithsonians, National Geographic, travel magazines, things with some good pictures. I need them for some art projects I'm itching to do. Does Goodwill give these away or for relatively cheap? Or maybe VCPL? I am not aware of a free reads thing there, but that could be because I'm only there looking for books. Maybe a recycling center (I don't know where those are but by God I wish the city would give us recycling bins to use). Anyone have suggestions of where I can look? Thanks a ton.
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attention all hautians! [Apr. 1st, 2006|10:53 pm]
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wildebeest
I'm moving outta here soon, and I need to dump some stuff.

Here's the deal, if you want any of these cool items, comment and we'll get this party started!

1. Fender Sidekick 30 amp w/ spring reverb. Probably late 70s. Good practice/small space amp or just a beater for the kids to learn on. $40.

2. Rogue A-body Mandolin. 7 out of 8 strings. Holds tune really well and sounds really, really good. $25.

3. Anton Breton violin w/ case, bow, mute, shoulder rest and rosin. I had this set up by none other than Louie Popejoy when I bought it. Nice old-timey tone, good student violin. $50.

4. Lexmark inkjet printer. Kinda self-explanatory. $10.

5. Schwinn road bike (blue). Converted to single-speed in September of '05. New tires, presta tubes with schraeder converters, griptape, chain and freewheel. Good college commuter bike. Late 70s model made in Chicago (not Wal-Mart crap). Reynolds 853 tubing, all aluminum parts - VERY light. I'm 6'2" and the frame fits me perfectly. $60.

If you want any more info on this stuff or pictures of any of it, let me know.
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