Horiwood.Com has reached the 2.8 million milestone as a Hollywood entertainment blog created and shared daily by a Maori New Zealander who lives in West Hollywood California. Yes, the moment does feel slightly juicy. Believe it or not, history has even been made.
At the 2.8 million mark this Christmas season, first up, thanks you fullahs worldwide, for your amazing daily interest and support online. Every day your presence makes me rise up and try harder as a person, shake off the crap and kick obstacles to the curb. The people you vote on this blog, I look at carefully and learn from. Thanks.
Let’s also think about the UN‘s latest message: that if war breaks out 2.8 million people of Sudan will be displaced. Harrowing news.
There’s always bloody something (or someone) else far more important to think about in the world isn’t there, before we can celebrate much these days? Oh well, welcome to being a global citizen I guess. Again… thanks a million.
Mauri ‘Ola. Life to US! Especially our brothers and sisters in Sudan this Christmas.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.21.10~
Martina McBride, Loretta Lynn and Reba McEntire attend the Grammy Salute to Country Music honoring Lynn in Nashville while George Clooney goes to Capitol Hill to talk about the situation in Sudan.
Pictures: George Clooney followed by author and activist John Prendergast go in to meet with Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Ranking Member, Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) about the situation in Sudan, on Capitol Hill in Washington..Country Music’s leading ladies and legend Loretta Lynn performs After the Fire Is Gone with country singer Garth Brooks during the Grammy Salute To Country Music honoring her in Nashville.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 10.13.10~
Angelina Jolie’s charity of choice, Doctors Without Borders, has highlighted the plight of the Sudanese people today.
Here’s what MSF say on the matter: “A violent attack in Jonglei State, Southern Sudan, at the end of August resulted in the reported deaths of 42 people. MSF is mobilizing resources to help victims of the attack, which injured more than 60 and displaced up to 24,000.”
To help 24,000 displaced people in Sudan today, who have no help unless we act, go here to donate. Thank you.