Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Renewable Energy to the Rescue

Guerrilla Marketing to Save Mountain Gorillas
Renewable Energy to the Rescue
By John R. Platt | September 25, 2012
In one hand, the costumed gorilla holds an energy-efficient stove.
In the other, he carries a bag of biomass briquettes.
Put together these two items could provide safe, inexpensive, environmentally friendly fuel for heating and cooking to the 250,000 refugees currently crowding around Virunga National Park as they flee violence from the ongoing civil war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Unfortunately, the region is saturated by real guerillas and at least nine militia groups that kill people and animals every day.
The situation in the Congo is undoubtedly going to get worse before it gets better, but if refugees can save a few dollars when buying cooking fuel and protect wildlife in the process, the park may have a brighter future ahead.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Tripod is an outsourced junk company!

Like everything else in this world, as soon as their company was sold and outsourced out of the United States their product dropped to junk status!
I would say that about 75% of the people coming to my blogger postings are from people all over the world looking for a way to dumb their tripod sites, both free and paid sites!
This is real sad, because it use to be one of the, if not the top website builder in the world.
Now it is just junk and a bad foreign company's way to make money from advertising!

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Where back

My pets and I are back home from a vacation northwest.
We saw many people pets and of course they loved and fussed over me.
We also saw a deer family out eating close to a road, hope that they are still OK?
This was my mom's family reunion and everyone seemed to be having a great time eating and talking.
They all talked to me however, none gave me any of their food, how hard I tried!
Mommy & Daddy told them not to feed me people food, I have a much better diet.
 I'll be the judge of that!
Well got to go for now

Monday, September 3, 2012

Boo Boo the bear

Who wants to help Boo Boo the bear?
Not in Florida, we do not help our wild life we hunt it!
An orphaned black bear cub, nicknamed Boo Boo, awaits its trip to the Idaho State veterinarian, on Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2012, after being rescued on Sunday night.
Fish and Game vet considering several rehab facilities for Boo Boo the bear cub
Who wants to help Boo Boo? Everybody in Idaho that is.
Veterinary hospitals across the region have volunteered to care for the 4-month-old cub who was rescued from a wildfire near Salmon over the weekend.
His story is remarkably similar to that of the famous Smokey Bear, who was found clinging to a tree after a fire in New Mexico in 1950.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Grandfather (Ohjieshan)

Some companies that are run by closed minded European owners refuse to allow a traditional native person using his or her own native name along with their European given one, this may help with an explanation?
Ohjieshan or Grandfather is a show of respect from other Traditional American Natives to another that has stepped aside of himself  in his walk around Mother Earth for at least 70 years.
I am a Native American Spiritual Leader I have reach the age, so now my people call me Ohjieshan Walkingfox (Grandfather Walkingfox).
This is a Native American name and it means, we respect you as an elder teacher !
After the age of 70 an elder in my tribal clan that has kept the culture and ceremonies sacred in his or her life is offered the respect of Grandfather or Grandmother.
In my tribal clad it is a show of disrespect to use it as a sub name or a nickname!
If you think about this for a few minutes, by using this name, every native person in Indian country recognizes names like this so, it along with the rest of our blogger postings can be sold to advertisers throughout this country?
Grandmother is  (objiasan).
Aquine ( Go in peace my friends).