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Feb 28, 2005 | 12:03 AM EST

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A 90 second DEC (Disasters Emergency Committee) appeal for the tsunami disaster. Please donate if you can.

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Stan1534Stan1534

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice how u care for the ppl

Its nice how u care for the ppl that got affected by the Tsunami...not some some assholes who dont give a rats ass bout other ppl



stephenharperstephenharper

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Get with the times.

Those governments aren't even taking donations anymore.


anagoge responds:

What? You don't donate to a government, you donate to a charity. Some of you people are weird.


LinkzWorldLinkzWorld

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow

That was amazingly thoughtful and touching and the music was good too! and it would be great if people donated money for the tsunami releif..


anagoge responds:

Appreciated.


cr0mcr0m

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good message

I gave the tsunami relive effort about 250 dollors when it happened. I don't have much cash to spare but i gave what i could. Recently i've been putting loose change I find into a five gallon barrel. People need to be reminded just because it havened last year dosent mean its over for them. Lets all help out. Thanks for the flash!


anagoge responds:

Thankyou for the support. Thankyou for realising that just because it happened two months ago, it hasn't simply solved itself.


UmsutfeersmeUmsutfeersme

Rated 1 / 5 stars

I hate to burst your bubble...

but there are many countries in the world that have much, much worse things going on in them. This isn't to say that I don't feel bad and don't want to help with victims of the tsunami, but I'd rather help in places like Sudan, where more people are killed in a month of "ethnic cleansing" than every single victim of the tsunami. It's sad, but it's not the worst thing going on in our little world. I appreciate your sentiment, but you're a little late... and a little preachy. Try harder.


anagoge responds:

Yes, there are of course always worse things happening, but that doesn't mean the "not so bad" things should be forgotten either. As for it being supposedly late, it's still happening. It hasn't gone away because two months have passed.