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February 22, 2005

Delayed blogging today

Topics: Administrative

Blogging will be delayed today while working on Terri Schiavo-related matters.

The last 48 hours have been astonishing in terms of the expressions of humanity and compassion for Terri on the part of bloggers and their readers.  It's made me very proud to be a part of the blogging community. People from all over the country have been sending in their pledges for the BlogsforTerri ad in the St. Petersburg Times. Public opinion and contacts with the Governor and the Florida Legislature are probably going to be Terri's last hope.

The best way to reach half a million people with the truth and locations on the Internet to find the facts (including video of Terri banned by the Judge)is an advertisement in the front section of the St Petersburg Times on a Sunday. That along with the massive get-out-the-email campaign that bloggers all around the country are working on represents our best chances of helping Terri. It doesn't look like the mainstream media is going to do any investigative reporting, which is what is needed.

You wouldn't believe the number of emails coming in every hour, and still running 100 to 1 to save Terri.

Posted by Hyscience at February 22, 2005 8:22 AM

Thank you so much for all you have done. Without your efforts, none of this would have been accomplished. I have written daily in my blog about Terri Schiavo,I have sent emails to the Florida government and letters to the editor of the Orlando Sentinel. I have distributed pamphlets to my church family. I am not saying this to pat myself on the back, I only wish that I could do more; I am saying this to let you know that without your encouragement and organization of these blogs, my small contribution would never had been done. I am just one of many. Think of how much others have done.

Posted by: Jody at February 22, 2005 11:05 AM



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