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Pass The Blues Still Number One

Just click on the link to keep this baby up there!!!! We need to do it for the animals and for this great activist for the cause! From: Rich Russom Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2011 2:04 PM Subject: Pass The Blues Still Number One !!!

Hello My Friends- Well, I must be grateful I don't live on the eastern shoreline! I am sure, in the immediate future, we all will be dealing with Animal issues in the aftermath of Irene! Things can always be worse, and I pray for those Animals & People in need. I Hope All of you are doing ok during these tough economic times! Jan & I are hanging in there, with our 1st priority being our Animals!! I guess it Really CAN always be worse than it is!! I need to be grateful for waking up each day, and for my family, friends & Animals:) Can you All do me a BIG favor? My song 'Pass The Blues' has been #1 on IAC for about 3 weeks now, and I would really appreciate you sending out my IAC link to your email friends & family. Use this link: Hopefully, we can keep it number one for awhile longer:) To do the math on this achievement, we are #1 out of 28, 700 songs! The longer it's on top, the more airplay & exposure to Animals and their needs. Please feel free to send them any of the links below, but be sure they go to the link above 1st. That's where the ratings are determined. Joe Aloisa, who co-wrote and plays guitar on the song, still has major studio connections in Los Angeles, and he has been in touch with some of we'll see;) It would help if we could make some money doing what we love, and being able to give more to Help Animals Worldwide:) Joe & I are currently working on a new song, which should be completed in September. Thank You, God Bless, and Peace on Earth to All of You:) rich. Rich Russom

The Greatness of a Nation and its Moral Progress can be Judged by the way its Animals are Treated. [Gandhi]

"Here are these exquisite, immensely powerful creatures, who willingly give us their labor in return for our stewardship. They have attended us throughout history, bearing us across frontiers and into battle, pulling our plows, thrilling us in sport, warming us with their beauty. We owe them more than we can ever repay. To send these trusting creatures to slaughter is beneath their dignity and ours." ~ Laura Hillenbrand, author of "Seabiscuit"

�To a man whose mind is free there is something even more intolerable in the sufferings of animals than in the sufferings of man. For with the latter it is at least admitted that suffering is evil and that the man who causes it is a criminal. But thousands of animals are uselessly butchered every day without a shadow of remorse. If any man were to refer to it, he would be thought ridiculous. And that is the unpardonable crime."
Romain Rolland, Nobel Prize 1915

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