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July 08, 2010

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Looking forward to the future...you give me the hope I need to do so Gene. Thank you for all that you do and for making a huge and positive impact in my household for good.

It's time we moved to move others to join in stopping the cruelty! Thank you Gene for your continued efforts!
I have written a humorous story for children about becoming a vegetarian..Anyone who wants a copy can e-mail me..vannadler@gmail.com and request a copy of-
"Calvin, the Kooky yet caring Crocodile of lake Calhoun"

Looking for an illustrator with humor.

Best Van Nadler

This gives me hope!! Thank you so much to everyone who cares!!!

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