Monday, September 11, 2006

Another Anniversary

Ok, it's the anniversary of something awful that happened 5 years ago. Here are some ways that you can help your fellow man...

1. Be nice, in general, always.
2. Donate blood.
3. Volunteer locally or rebuild New Orleans.
4. Bake brownies for your local firefighters and police officers. That's right, young and old, handsome and wearing uniforms, people love brownies.

So remember the fallen, don't get sucked in by lies, be a nice person and bake brownies. If there were more baked goods, the world might just be a better place. Build bike trails and take public transit while you are at it too.

3 comments:

SAE said...

I hate needles. And, I hate brownies (must be because I’m not handsome and don’t ware a uniform). But! I love the flavor of your ideas! Bike trails and public transit are two things that would directly benefit the majority of people in this great country of ours. Biking is healthy, efficient, and safe for the environment. If mass transit was designed efficiently, it would have a positive effect too; dramatically lowering the number of vehicles on the road and subsequently the use of fuel (there may be a few billionaires who would take issue with your ideas though). Anyway, I’m looking forward to seeing more of your thoughts concerning things that would make this world a safer, healthier and more pleasant community (minus the brownies)!

sae said...

Uh...is snot a pollutant? Oh...never mind, I was just thinking out loud. :/

Holly Bee said...

Snot is totally biodegradable.

If you don't like brownies, I am sorry to have made such a generalization that does not apply toward you. But since you don't like the idea of giving blood, you could hand out cookies, not the hated brownies, to people who have gone under the needle.

Haha! Problem solved.