Connie Fournier wrote:Our campaign is now featured on the front page of indiegogo! Go to http://www.indiegogo.com and watch. Our campaign will come up there.
pirapoi wrote:Third time a charm, or three strikes and I'm out
/ if it's useable, maybe put it up on later tomorrow night or Sat morning, and the I'll (hopefully) add a video every 6 days, which should work out fairly well with the number of days left.
From Youtube:Dear pirapoi
Your video "freedom3", may have content that is owned or licensed by EMI and Made in Etaly
Gee, do you think?but it’s still available on YouTube!
styky wrote:Blaze Pascal I hope you don't mind I fixed your coding error so the words would size like you wanted them.
Connie Fournier wrote:Another $200 in the mail today brings our total up to $7660.
We need to average a bit over $300/day to make our goal in time! We can go this!
Peter O'Donnell wrote:Congrats on this fund-raising effort, I think you'll make it, and as I am supposedly co-responsible for this sum (have received nothing in writing from any Ontario court), I should thank those who have stepped up. My own situation precludes any instant sizeable donations so I am trying a few ideas as I monitor the progress and balance on this effort, in the hope that at some point before the end I can give as much as possible at that time.
So far nobody in China wants a used kidney but I have a few other ideas too.
Being blacklisted in my best skill area doesn't help much with income potential as I tried to explain a while ago, but free speech doesn't necessarily mean understanding, just I say something, you say something and we've had free speech.
Understanding might come in the next world.
Peter O'Donnell wrote:I'm making an effort to adjust my life to the reality of being quite old, almost entirely without resources, and apparently living in the wrong country. That effort so far has led nowhere but the alternative is to be dragged along into an oblivion that makes absolutely no sense to me, including a farcical series of legal encounters which are transparently designed to punish right-minded people for resisting the partly-undeclared social revolution.
We can get wrapped up in process and lose sight of the essentially futile nature of the confrontation. Only divine intervention, and that would have to mean the second coming, can really change the situation for the better. We are still more or less free to talk, but how many of the droids are listening? Maybe 4 or 5 per cent? Even two thirds of the Harperites are neck deep in kool-aid themselves.
When you find that Hubert Mitchell makes more sense than Ezra Levant, you have to realize that our counter-revolution is so feeble as to be technically on life support.
But in the short term and limited framework of responding to necessity, yes by all means, let the money roll in. Apparently Roberto Luongo just made about $20,000 playing poker in Las Vegas, which equates to nine minutes of his salary for watching hockey games from his net. When I run that equation through my mental computer, I have to ask, where is the one rich Canadian who "gets" freedom of speech? Or is there one?
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