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Love Thy Neighbor

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October 29th, 2017:
Skid Robot + INDECLINE are joining forces on a humanitarian art project benefiting the homeless men, women and children of Skid Row, Los Angeles.
Starting today and running until 10/26, everything at www.thisisindecline.com will be 15% off.

Promo Code: indy666. Link to website provided above.


Proceeds will go towards toiletries and other necessities for the homeless community. To donate directly through PayPal, please send contributions to: info@thisisindecline.com

You can also donate directly by visiting www.skid-robot.com and purchasing prints and merch. All proceeds will go towards the project.
This Halloween, love thy neighbor, because you never know when it might be thy-self. Our house has been haunted by the lies of our prosperity gospel for long enough. #indecline

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Giving Tuesday

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Thanks for taking a break from your holiday shopping to take a look at #GivingTuesday.

Everyone has their own reasons for giving back. For us, it’s simply about making the world a more fair and equitable place. We know we were very lucky to grow up where we did, when we did. We believe everyone deserves the chance to live a healthy, productive life.

Those are the values we learned from our families, and they’re why we started our foundation.

In our work, we come across a lot of great organizations doing inspiring work in the U.S. and around the world. In fact, as we talked about #GivingTuesday, the hardest question we faced was, “Which groups should we highlight?” After a lot of discussion about all the great choices out there, we picked four.

When our children have a little extra money saved up and want to make a donation, they often turn to Heifer International and World Vision. Through Heifer, you can donate an animal to a community in need—a gift that can benefit the recipients for years afterward. Through World Vision and Save the Children, you can change a child’s life by helping provide food, health care, education and more. And DonorsChoose.org lets you help teachers meet their classrooms’ needs, enabling projects that might not happen otherwise.

Whoever you support, and however much you give, thank you for participating in #GivingTuesday.

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It’s a great way to help create the better world we all want. We wish you a happy holiday season.

By Bill & Melinda Gates

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The Real Cookie Monster

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Anna Maria Chavez, the Girl Scouts’ “cookie monster” CEO, isn’t making crumbs.

New tax filings peg her yearly salary at $393,380 — nearly four times the $104,000 she made annually heading a scout council in Texas, and more than her predecessor, Kathryn Cloninger, who made $356,911 in 2010.

The hefty pay package comes despite staff layoffs, membership and cookie-sale declines, budget cuts at headquarters, and local chapters under fire for selling or threatening to close campgrounds in 27 states.

And while the Scouts are cutting to the bone, Chavez spent $65,000 on a comfortable new throne for her 17th-floor Fifth Avenue office.

She ordered the renovation of the executive restroom to include marble and slate finishes and new glass doors for the shower, a source told The Post.

Victor Inzunza, a Girl Scouts spokesman, confirmed that the bathroom and executive offices were renovated, but would not comment on the cost or whether Chavez requested the work.

Chavez came on as CEO on Oct. 1, 2011. She was paid $98,000 for three months of work in 2011 — out of a salary of $393,380 for a full year.

Inzunza said he could not discuss the budget.

The Girl Scouts’ headquarters has been in disarray since Chavez, 45, took over, with employees complaining about her dictatorial style and a climate of fear. Letters have gone to the organization’s board of directors seeking help, with one writer calling Chavez a “Cookie Monster.”

MDC says, get those tables setup and start whoring those cookies !

Source: nypost