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At 9:55am on June 8, 2010, Diana Kolek said…
Hi thanks alot for all the comments that youve made on my blogs. I really appreciate it .
At 11:16pm on May 15, 2010, Buffy B said…
waves across the wires :)
At 10:59pm on May 15, 2010, Buffy B said…
Hi John, great on the mentor info, thanks!
At 11:24pm on May 12, 2010, Calida DeBello said…
If you weren't already a Hero of the Week you sure earned it now!
At 8:38pm on May 9, 2010, Buffy B said…
Huge congrats on Hero of the Week and wow just look at you go! Where did u get the Evoke Mentor pic from I want one?
At 9:10pm on May 8, 2010, Jeremy Laird Hogg said…
I'm happy you got that player of the week award!
At 7:55pm on May 6, 2010, Paul Holze said…
I like all the good work you do for others!
At 1:07am on May 2, 2010, Gabriel Martin said…
Congrats! Your supportive nature surely helped with becoming featured!
At 4:54pm on April 23, 2010, Sarah O.Connor Panamericana said…
Hi Sir, can I be your friend?
At 4:05am on March 28, 2010, Mrs Hanson said…
John - this thing is making me crazy. Here I am bubbling w. ideas and stumped by the interface. So annoying. I had a brilliant idea a bit ago and posted it someplace but would like to post on my own site. How do I do that?
Brilliant idea follows. if you think it is less than brilliant, please let me know....ok?

ps. what did you have for dinner tonight?

Mrs Hanson said:
Ok - your idea sent me to Durbin, South Africa and the page of this person.

http://www.urgentevoke.com/profile/PulengMoloi?xg_source=activity

She was speaking about food security and sharing food. Good idea! As usual on this site, I am thrilled with and by the people participating. Moments later I was making dinner and wished we could all sit down together.

Inspiration! Could we record our meals on a given day (real food, no big macs) then post someplace? The next thing would be to find an ingredient that may be unfamiliar or just not a usual part of our own diet and incorporate it into a meal that we would eat in our own home. Then share what we chose, what we did, and how we liked it. I'm not trying to start a cooking school here, but food is basic to all of us. Seems we may get to know more about life in another part of the world quickly.

OK, just a thought. Feed back welcome.
At 6:46pm on March 26, 2010, J. Duvall said…
Hi John, I was wondering if you could expand on your comment on my board? Regarding my thoughts on Nuclear Energy being the source of abundant energy for the world in the future.
At 4:00am on March 26, 2010, Mrs Hanson said…
Hello again John,
It seems as if you know a few of the ropes around here. Any chance you could help me figure out how to post a profile, move on to the next step and feel a little less like a person in a big unknown train station.
At 12:13am on March 26, 2010, Alberto Cottica said…
Hey John, thanks for you comment. I replied the same as you on the "are you a student" question, I guess great minds think alike :-)
At 10:09pm on March 21, 2010, Carlo Delantar said…
Hopefully we will help the world!
At 5:43pm on March 21, 2010, NANGAR SOOMRO said…
Dear Sir, As a mentor you need to check out my blogs specially I added today and provide your feedback my dear mentor ji. hahahmmmmm Thanks
At 8:24am on March 17, 2010, Hugo Oliveira said…
Congratulations John on reaching the 100 point plateau. Sorry I haven´t really been keping up with the so many things you have to say. In between job hunting to provide a better future for my daughter, investigating evoke topics and trying to accomplish missions I haven´t had much time for much else. Keep on inspiring the rest of us!
At 3:18am on March 13, 2010, cattavery said…
thanks for sorting through, and keep up the great work!
At 5:31pm on March 11, 2010, NANGAR SOOMRO said…
Dear John,
I would request if you can kindly look at my Mission-Imagene Blog - Life after Ten years by clicking from my blog and comment. Thanks Looking forward to see your valuable comments !
At 8:04pm on March 8, 2010, Nick Heyming said…
I'm hoping the criteria aren't completely arbitrary, I haven't found a rhyme or reason to who's passed and who hasn't...
At 8:45pm on March 7, 2010, Jake Baird said…
Thanks John.! I hope you find interest in my new video blog series. :) Just let me know if there are any posts you would like me to take a look at.

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