Oct 10, 2007

"A RUSH AND A PUSH AND THE LAND IS OURS"

Ohhh, head ovah and see Friend-of-Bigmouth, Adam Deutsch with his new poem up at Juked. I'm loving this: "...and slap this face, with whichever arm's your strongest..." See there? Aren't you dying to read it now? Well, go on, go on, click through, I'll wait right here.

(Jeopary theme music)

I sure want to write something for tht Juked mag one of these days. In due time, Guthie, in due time...

Anyway. It's still October!

And, you know the drill-- the sooner you help me reach my final fundraising goal of $2,500 by October 20th, the sooner I'll zip my trap. Ish. Heh. I only need $1,078 to get there. Verrrrry doable. Please consider clicking through to my donation page and giving a little something to the cause like I did and like several other Bigmouth readers have done, too. It doesn't have to be much, as every little bit counts. I've gotten donations for $200 and I've gotten donations for $5 and they are all appreciated so very much. C'mon. It'll make you feel good all day to know you've given a couple of bucks to the American Cancer Society through this event that's taking place on October 21st.

Great! Now click through for free to donate free mammography to women in need at The Breast Cancer Site and bookmark the page so you can click every day and help them reach their goal of 500 clicks in October.

And, check this out! National City Bank is offering breast cancer awareness checks, debit cards and credit cards with a percentage benefiting the National Breast Cancer Foundation. I might have to beg my bank to do the same because that is a really great idea. Er, not that my bank would listen to a word I say. If they did, I would "accidentally" have large sums of cash deposited into my account by them out of nowhere. Sigh.

Anyway, I'm off to run some errands and take care of some bizznass today. More later. Have a good day, kids.


4 comments:

Adam Deutsch said...

You're too good to me.

Amy Guth said...

Well, AD, you're a pretty righteous dude. (Funnier if you say that last part like Edie McClurg in Ferris Bueller's Day Off with her little midwestern accent.)

Bubs said...

Thank you for doing a good thing.

Adam Deutsch said...

Can one say "righteous dude" UNlike Edie McClurg in Ferris Bueller's Day Off?