I got a “Google Alert” today thought you might be interested in. The first time I watched this video I laughed SO hard that tears were coming out of my eyes. Butthen I noticed there were a couple more like it on these goon’s YouTube account and I thought to myself, “Self, what if this is anotherRonald Reagan / John Hinckley moment … or a John Lennon / Mark Chapman senario?Apparently this man called Neo7parkie’s got it in for you because “you stole his woman”.I’d be falling asleep in the job if I didn’t make you aware of a potential threat. There are funny people out there who love making jokes, but there are also real live maniacs as well.Just FYI.
I don’t know much about this charity project for under privileged children in Cape Town, South Africa and I’ll bet you don’t either. It’s a shame that SO much media focus is directed toward the private lives of celebrities (gossip, speculation, slander) … but SO little attention is paid to events in their lives that really affect our world. I’ve gathered only one or two articles about this visit that Olivier Martinez and Halle Berry made to this charity and found only thumbnail shots at one photo agency out of the many searched through because news agencies simply aren’t interested in a story that isn’t juicy. But this touched my heart very deeply and this is the sort of stuff that aught to be printed in papers and magazines, and this is what aught to be talked about on television. These are people giving time and effort, and sharing from there hearts to make lives better.
Olivier Martinez’ arms being hugged by these beautiful kids, having them clamber all over him to express their appreciation and Olivier playing soccer with them. This is a special day in the life of a celebrity that can impact the world. (On a personal note, that day also happened to be my birthday. :D )
If you would like to sponsor a child please contact World Vision International. It will be one of the BEST things you have ever done for a child and for yourself. Believe me, I know. »> http://www.wvi.org/wvi/wviweb.nsf