Archive for September, 2007


Now there’s a word that says it all Human .

What does it mean to be human which is to be humane or humanitarian or humanity but doesn;t it all come down to aid when you can. Stop abuse when you see it,feed the hungry help victims of crime rather then closing the shades and turning the other way,and above all Respect of yourself and for others you come into contact with each and every day.To be human is to be all these things listed above,yet most humans don;t aid when they can cause it;s someone else job, stop abuse or feed the hungry or just show a little respect to another human .Were to busy with our daily lives and our own problems to be concerned or care for anyone or anything else or to Remember the women and men keeping us safe . So how does this change it may not but you can be human to the next stranger you meet and it doesn;t cost money to say hello,to smile ,to say thankyou or give help simply by being human . H U M A N

hunger in america

Probably one of the areas most movie stars don’t focus is hunger right here in america . You never see them in the inner neigborhoods ,most photo shoots are in third world countries .
It would be great if they spent equal time focusing hunger in america and abroad.
They did make their millions and fame in america, america gave them their life style they enjoy each and everyday ,yet their only concern is hunger abroad.One has to wonder why that is. They may as well move their.

  • Hunger strike ends at Regina Provincial Correctional Centre March 3, 2015
    A hunger strike at Regina Provincial Correctional Centre has ended. […]
  • Hunger Run to put a spotlight on hunger in the Cape area March 3, 2015
    In 2014, more than 11,000 people in Cape Girardeau county, including 3,000 children, didn't know where their next meal would come from, according to the Southeast Missouri Food Bank. […]
  • Cultural needs part of Regina jail protest, defence lawyer says March 3, 2015
    The need for cultural and spiritual services is part of the motivation behind a brief hunger strike at the Regina Correctional Centre, a defence lawyer says. On Tuesday afternoon, a government spokesperson said the protest action had ended. Earlier, Bob Hrycan, who represents one of the inmates involved in the protest, told CBC News the hunger strike was […]
  • Win a ‘Mockingjay’ poster signed by Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and more stars March 3, 2015
    To celebrate the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 on DVD and Blu-ray this Friday, Hypable has a special giveaway for fans! Love The Hunger Games? Then you’ll love this prize: A Mockingjay, Part 1 poster signed by Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss), Josh Hutcherson (Peeta), Francis Lawrence (director), Elizabeth Banks (Effie), and Donald Sutherland [… […]
  • Jailed Ukrainian pilot 'may be transferred to hospital' March 3, 2015
    A Ukrainian airforce pilot who has been on hunger strike in a Russian jail for 81 days might be transferred to a civilian hospital if her health deteriorates, the prison service said Tuesday. The statement by Russia's prison service raised the possibility of Nadia Savchenko, who is also a member of the Ukraine parliament, being transferred from the hosp […]
  • Homeless man killed by LA police 'not French': French ministry March 4, 2015
    A homeless man shot dead by police in Los Angeles was not French, a spokesman for the French foreign ministry said late Tuesday, contradicting a report in the LA Times. "On checking, this man is not a French national," the spokesman told AFP, adding that France had informed the US authorities. LA police chief Charlie Beck said the victim, who polic […]
  • LAPD shooting of homeless man raises questions around police training March 3, 2015
    As the investigation into the fatal shooting of a homeless black man by Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers unfolds, it raises questions about the effectiveness of police training and how officers respond in the heat of the moment, say law enforcement experts.  “One thousand one, one thousand,” says Reggie Allard, a retired police trainer, who work […]
  • Homeless man shot dead by LAPD had served time for bank robbery March 3, 2015
    By Steve Gorman and Daina Beth Solomon LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A homeless man whose fatal shooting by Los Angeles police stirred an uproar among civil rights activists and fellow skid row residents was a convicted bank robber paroled from federal prison last year, according to a law-enforcement source and records. The Times reported that Robinet, accused of […]
  • Protests continue over LA homeless killing March 3, 2015
    A homeless man shot by police in Los Angeles was a French national and convicted criminal, the LA Times reported Tuesday, as protesters continued to voice anger at the killing. The newspaper identified the man, killed Sunday after a struggle with police caught on a video which went viral, as 39-year-old Charley Saturmin Robinet. It cited law enforcement reco […]
  • Homeless man shot by LA cops named March 3, 2015
    A homeless man killed on Skid Row by Los Angeles police had been released last May from a federal prison after serving roughly 14 years for bank robbery, a law enforcement official said. The man was identified as Charley Saturmin... […]