RE: A bag of rice
I must humbly disagree with these sentiments. A little advice on
dissention is most always welcome and as some of us don't have/want to
waste money for internet acess at home this is a most welcome reprieve.
That said, this is not the place for full blown political discussion.
All things in moderation. School of Wayne 1985
Anatomic Pathology Scientist
Children's Hospital and Clinics
>>> "Dawson, Glen" 02/10/03 09:57AM >>>
AGREED. Someone needs an AOL political chat-room in their life.
From: Roger Moretz [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 9:18 AM
To: SeonaCherie Hansen; email@example.com
Subject: Re: A bag of rice
Regardless of my political leaning, the Histonet is
_no_ place for this. (And my daughter and son-in-law
Roger Moretz, Ph.D.
Dept of Toxicology
--- SeonaCherie Hansen wrote:
> I would like to share with all of you this story
> that appeared in our Sunday paper:
> There is a Mennonite Church in Boulder, Colorado
> that has started "A bag of rice" movement as an
> anti-war statement. This is how it works: Place 1/2
> cup uncooked rice in a zip-lock bag. Wrap it in a
> piece of paper on which you have written, "If your
> enemies are hungry, feed them. Romans 12:20. Please
> send this rice to the people of Iraq; do not attack
> Place the paper and the bag of rice in a padded
> mailing envelope and address it to President George
> Bush, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW,
> Washington, DC 20500. The mailing will cost three 37
> cent stamps. Organizers hope the White House
> mailroom will be piled high with hundreds of
> thousands of bags of rice as a statement from the
> American people against war with Iraq.
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