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Cameron Daye Burrows commented on Cameron Daye Burrows's blog post Act 7
"Sadly though, its easier to say "sure i'll help you" than it is to actually do. So i often find myself doing it by myself, Jenny Lin."
Apr 21, 2010
Cameron Daye Burrows commented on Cameron Daye Burrows's blog post Imagine 7
"i love you too"
Apr 21, 2010
Jenny Lin commented on Cameron Daye Burrows's blog post Act 7
""The benefits of this is that: home-grown vegetables are less expensive than their store-bought -counterpart. Also it brings people together, and increases a lovely atmosphere for peopel to enjoy." I agree with this statment. It's so…"
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Jenny Lin commented on Cameron Daye Burrows's blog post Imagine 7
"You loser :p"
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Barbara commented on Cameron Daye Burrows's blog post Learn 7
"What sort of destruction are you talking about? Perhaps we can figure out positive ways to encourage people to take care of their enviroment."
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"Thanks for this and for sharing it with the network. We need everyone healthy!"
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"Thank you for sharing Jane's story"
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Week 5 Learn

Money will always cause greed, no matter what. Even people you leastexpect can be subjugated to greed. The best way to secure the future ofmoney is to educate people in proper saving techniques, and increasethe national capital of poor countries.The thing with money is simple: some places there are too much, andsome places there are too little, and that most likely will neverchange. This is the balance of the world, and trying to improve thelives of those that are meant to be the way they are…See More
Apr 9, 2010
Cameron Daye Burrows commented on Marlene Martinez's blog post Food crisis
"Dear Marlene: I enjoyed reading your blog post, Food Crisis, because it touches upon delicate issues in an area very modern like New York. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: "I think this is shocking because it's showing…"
Apr 9, 2010

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Act 7

I asked many people in my neighborhood how they can fix our overall enviornment. Many of them said: "fix the garden man, its so dirty"

After hearing this i decided to come up with a plan to plan more vegetables for my buildings garden. The benefits of this is that: home-grown vegetables are less expensive than their store-bought -counterpart. Also it brings people together, and increases a lovely atmosphere for peopel to enjoy.

Posted on April 16, 2010 at 1:08am — 2 Comments

Imagine 7

This is a google map of my future home: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=
110762775029880055848.00048450009a14240cba6

In this distant future, there will be more grocery stores, and oppurtunities for people to plan food to grow. Also, there will be a heavy emphasis on physical education as i would jogg alot.

Posted on April 16, 2010 at 1:06am — 2 Comments

Learn 7

The biggest challenge i face in the future are a group of trouble-makers who defile the very enviornment they live in. This increase in unrulyness and disrespect has been on a rise in my area. The public needs to be aware of such people, and make laws restricting people to destroy their enviornment.

Posted on April 16, 2010 at 12:40am — 1 Comment

UNICEF - Child protection from violence, exploitation and abuse - Female genital mutalitation

Im learning more about FGM/C

right now, and in particular im wondering about is: why do women think

it is OK to prefrom FGM/C. I was researching this question online, and

this article showed up.

(http://www.unicef.org/protection/index_genitalmutilation.html). It

caught my attention because of the large number of women who still

preform…
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