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Oct 16, 2010
I wonder why it takes 1500 Butterfly Rewards to feed a school child, and 4000 to feed a cat. Either the cat is extremely hungry, or the child doesn't eat very much.
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Posted: Oct 16, 2010 5:24am
Nov 21, 2009
Focus: Education
Action Request: Think About
Location: United States
While shoppers rush for bargains and specials on Black Friday (Nov. 27 this year), many of us will observe the annual Buy Nothing Day instead as a way of protesting thoughtless consumerism. Do we really need more stuff?
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Posted: Nov 21, 2009 6:21pm
Sep 27, 2009
Focus: Health
Action Request: Celebration
Location: United States
World Vegetarian Day is Oct. 1, and October is Vegetarian Awareness Month. Learn more about it: worldvegetarianday.org
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Posted: Sep 27, 2009 6:49am

 

 
 
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