Monday, December 10, 2007

Trip to Goodwill

This Saturday we made our long awaited journey to goodwill. One of the things we had to do was strip computers to individual parts. If you are a reader with anger problems, or just any will for breaking things, I advise putting in time at goodwill computer works. You are a giving an electric screwdriver and you just go to town. When not letting loose our stress, we were learning how to run diagnostics on computer parts and just learned about the general composition of a computer as well as how the recycling process works. We are unsure of our ability to start our own operation, but it is being considered, along with the chances of getting something more long term going with goodwill. We have a lot of question marks, but what we do know is that we need computers, and we need help. All things are looking good for those computer-less homes in our area with a payoff sure to come soon for the work we have put it. Stay faithful, dear reader, and please give us your support.

Thursday, December 6, 2007


This is a challenge that i send out to all those who have visited this blog. I challenge you to commit your time to help in the effort to recycle. I challenge you to donate computers in the effort to spread knowledge to all those without. I challenge you to change the world, for the greater good. If you accept this challenge that has been presented, then please, please let us know and we will find a way for you to help.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Good thing for goodwill

Today conversations between us and goodwill were revived and things are looking good for the future of the earth. With there cooperation we will be accomplish more than we had ever imagined and seriously impact the Austin environment. Jump on the bandwagon, dear reader, this is a winning team.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

The Movement Must Begin Now

Welcome back, dear reader. Sorry for our absence, but the holidays and hard work have kept us from the glory of the blog. We have a logo, and a wiki up and running, as well as a pamphlet and time with goodwill in process. We immediately were in contact with goodwill, but lately they have been slow to respond bu hopefully our partnership will soon be finalized. Other than that, we have just been doing our daily saving the world thing. I personally just saved the endangered species, the spectacled bear, while the rest of the boys have single handedly stopped global warming. I'll be honest with you, that last stint was in fact a lie, for we have not saved the world. We are trying though. And we want you to try with us. Please read this blog, spread this blog, and if you really care, contact us and let us help you help the world. Signing out for today, dear reader, stay classy and stay conscious of the world in need.

Friday, November 16, 2007

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Wednesday, November 14, 2007


today we tried to make a logo but it took a long time to make it and it was confusing.teks 3c