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July 22, 2005


david parmet

You know when I first heard about this.. and got IMed by everyone I knew in PRdom telling me to post about it.. for about a minute I did think it was yet another one of those 'there's a kid in Kansas with an elgongated femur and he wants everyone to call Bill Gates who will send him to Disney' sort of things...

I don't know if that's a rational response to all the BS that gets circulated around the interwebs these days. Or is it just me being old and cynical.

John Wagner


When I saw the notice popping up everywhere, I wondered if I should include something about it, too.

But I didn't ... in part because it had already received so much visibility, and in part because I don't think there's a lot people can do when someone is waiting for a transplant.

In other words, I don't think you should feel guilty.

Robert French

I thought twice about it, too. And I come from Easter Seals where you help every child any way you can.

At first I thought, this is a little strange. Is it really appropriate? Then I realized that it is important for her. The likelihood that any of this will lead to any real solution is unlikely, in my opinion.

But, stranger things have happened. So, I posted it. Let's keep a good thought going and maybe something will happen for her.

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