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Barack Obama Doodle Earns $2,000 for NF Research!!!

A doodle by Senator Barack Obama sold for over $2000 on eBay today. The drawing, featuring fellow senators Harry Reid, Dianne Feinstein, and Edward Kennedy, was sold as part of the National Doodle Day initiative. National Doodle Day sells celebrity sketches to raise funds for Neurofibromatosis, Inc.

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MEETING OTTMAR LIEBERT

ottmar.jpgOttmar Liebert is one of the best flamenco guitar performers around. A friend of mine, Greg Gorman, made it possible for me to be to at one of Ottmar’s performances at Rockerfeller’s in Houston. Mom and I had a terrific time. After the performance Ottmar was nice enough to take time to talk with me and take photos. He even signed one of his CD’s for me. If you like the flamenco guitar or New Age type music, you will enjoy Ottmar’s music. I have a link to his site as well as my friend Greg Gorman. I am happy to call both of them my friends.

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This is a PSA I did for the Texas NF Foundation

Neurofibromatosis poster with Reggie BibbsI can’t remember the year we shot this but I do remember that it won a national award in the Public Service category at the American Advertising Federation’s ADDY Award in Las Vegas. Gordon Jump, the Maytag repairman in commercials and Mr. Carlson fom WKRP in Cincinnati fame gave out the award that year. Lou had worked with him before and says he was the nicest guy in the world. He was a Mormon and died several years ago.

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Kay has neurofibromatosis (Video)

Meet Kay. She has neurofibromatosis.Meet Kay from the U.K. (full interview)

WellChild meets a young girl called Kay, who has a condition called neurofibromatosis otherwise known as NF1.

Children’s health videos from WellChild. Information, advise and stories about children from the UK children’s charity. Registered charity number 289600.

WellChild produces a range of videos spanning children’s health. WellChild is the single point of reference for all children’s health, for children and families.

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Laundry Day Book Proceeds benefit CTF – The Children’s Tumor Foundation!

Jacquie Rogers

People have been washing clothes (or furs) for a long time. Most sites say that humans finally got a clue that good hygiene made for better health. I’m of the opinion that people liked to be comfortable then as now. Their skin chafed and got rashes just like ours does, so it stands to reason that they’d want to rid themselves of particulate matter just as we do. Take a look P&G’s overview of laundry methods from prehistoric times until the present for good information on products used, and when.But, lazy person that I am, I’m more interested in gadgets, so let’s start a little later in the game…say, the 1800s. Continue reading Laundry Day Book Proceeds benefit CTF – The Children’s Tumor Foundation!