Throwing stuff at the internet to see what sticks
Tuesday, February 19, 2008 Just Dewey It
This post is directed at those of my readers who do not also read Pamie, Glark, or Damn Hell Ass Kings: So listen up, you two.
It's time again for the mostly-annual book drive in which Pamie and Glark select one or more library-type entities in need and direct the Internet to drop several hundred pallets of books on top of them. And by "the Internet," I mean "you."
This year's beneficiaries:
The Children's Institute: "We provide healing and care for children who've been affected by violence so they can grow up to lead healthy lives." And they have a library. And the library needs books. And you want to give books, which is why you're still reading. Seriously, it's not like anything funny is going to happen further along in this entry.
The Rockhouse Foundation, "committed to improving the human condition of children in Jamaica through capital projects that transform learning environments, programs that support child development, and partnerships that leverage the great people working with Jamaica's children." Tell me that's not something you can get behind. Oh, it is, but you don't want to donate books? Fine, feel free to donate computers or bookcases or small furniture for tiny Jamaican butts instead. I'm not picky.
I just wanted to let both of you know about this, because I know you wouldn't want me to let you miss out on an opportunity to exercise your generous nature. Velcrometer readers are the best readers on the Internet, which is why I 'm not afraid to use big words.
posted by M. Giant 7:55 PM 1 comments
You forgot to mention the thing of extreme interest to M. Giant fans!