Little boy blues is love its only you - Gary s MIDI Paradise - MIDI files I - R - 50megs

I'll get right to the point since I know only a few of you have the patience to read anything over 140 charcters long. I was thinking about planning a 1-day Dodger boycott later this month, but now seeing that a few are already being organized, there's no sense diluting the energy. It seems like the one planned for Saturday, July 9th (by the 'Mark Cuban Saves the Dodgers' blog) has the most traction, so let's go with that date—although what's more important than the rally being planned in front of the stadium is that you simply don't go to the game —even if you already have tickets. Yes, they'll announce the attendance as "tickets sold", but the image of an empty stadium on a national Fox broadcast is far more powerful than whatever numbers are thrown around and whatever demonstrations happen that day. And the best part of a boycott is that you do NOTHING. That's the whole point. On Saturday, July 9th you can make your opinion of Frank McCourt known by sitting at home on your ass. Doesn't get any better than that, right? I'm only asking three simple things:

  1. That you don't go to the game on July 9th.
  2. That you help to spread the word to anyone and everyone who might otherwise go to the game on July 9th, and...
  3. That you donate a few dollars—if you have the financial means—to the ' Dough for Stow ' fundraising campaign that I've started as a way of turning a negative boycott into something positive. Since you won't be buying beer at the stadium on July 9th, consider donating just $12 to the Stow family. (While there are ways to contribute to the Stow family directly, I'd ask that you go through the ' Dough for Stow ' campaign so we can measure the benefit of the boycott.)
If you're not a big fans of boycotting a sports team, I get it, but you have to look at this as a boycott of Frank McCourt, not a boycott of the guys on the field. A prolonged boycott stings the players, but a 1-day boycott just makes a statement. Fans have obviously been showing their disgust all season, as evidenced by the general decline in attendance, but I think it's hugely important to show that Dodgers fans have the wherewithal to unite. (By the way, that's definietly the first time I've ever used the word 'wherewithal'—and hopefully the last.)

As for Bryan Stow, anyone who's had family or friends require long term medical care knows how the bills add up—even with good medical insurance. If we can contribute just a little bit, it helps to put a positive spin on the boycott.

The way I figure it, if social media can help to spark a revolution in Egypt, it can sure as hell be a vehicle for promoting this boycott. Please help spread the word about July 9th.

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This is a list of the songs recorded by Elvis Presley between his first demos at the Sun Studios in 1953 and his final concert on June 26, 1977 at the Market Square Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana .

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