its actually Experimental Prototype Community Of Tomorrow, in case anyone was wondering... :)
DAMMIT. I'm so mad this got home paged, I know EVERYTHING doesn't tastes better with peanut butter. But like peanut butter is pretty awesome guys. Peanut butter and jelly, peanut butter and bananas, peanut butter and chocolate, peanut butter and crackers, peanut butter and pretzels, peanut butter and celery, peanut butter and bagels... I love it!!
celery itself tastes awful, with peanut butter it tastes like peanut butter!
i have a shirt that says "Im a keeper" with the three gold posts from quidditch 0_0
model united nations, we get into discussions and hold mock committees like the UN, we discuss world issues and how they can be solved and each person represents a country
you know what, I'm in model UN and this is something we talk about a lot in discussions. How the US thinks they need to solve all of the world's problems. I don't always agree with it, but for this I do because we can help out a country with less resources and technology.
THANK YOU! Anyone who watches (or even just heard about) the video can say "Yeah its about this evil guy named Kony... so on and so forth" but if you actually pay attention you can see the point of the video is to convince to spread the word and drum up support. Clearly its working...
And invisible children knows this, and uses it as a part of the huge machine that is their entire campaign.
They care about Kony, obviously, but the main point of the actual video (not the cause itself) was how they planned to continue their mission to stop Kony
YES! Yes, yes, yes!! Exactly what I'm trying to say.
"PEOPLE ARE NOTICING."
No one can deny this, Kony has been trending on twitter for 3 days now.
"if we are actually able to have the word Kony thrown around like Karadshian, think of what else social media can do. I know, it sounds cliche. But the more this spreads, I kind of feel proud of technology."
See what we can do!? :)
which is why the video is here, to help the mission continue rather than abandon hope.
I see what you're saying, but the point of the video was to drum up support and get the word out. While the money may help, the donations are definitely not something you need to do to help the cause.