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Hey,Sorry it's me again, that annoying Admin guy who only appears when something involving Youtube comes up, or spam or something... Anyway, I have been putting a few videos from my own colab channel on the front page. So what I want from anyone…Continue
Okay guys so I am looking at getting a little bit of help here. I set up a NF colab channel about nine months ago and everything is just swell. But I think we need to cover more Nerdfighters based topics. But what? There are so many different things…Continue
After climbing a mountain for some reason Connor and Dave talk about something they have decided should happen on the channel... everyone would listen to it... right?!
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DFTVA! and DFTBA!
Posted by Tamhas ~ Admin ~ on July 21, 2014 at 5:27pm
"Sticks and Stones may break my bones, but words could likely kill me" - Connor Holland.
I think as Nerds many of us growing up have experienced either bullying, or insults at the very least with the intent to hurt, annoy or just otherwise make us mad. Connor in this video brings up a pretty damn good point, but what do you guys think? Bullying is probably something that will never be eradicated, but we can do what we can to lessen its effect right?
So normally, I don't ask very much of you, but this is important. I need your help.
To put it succinctly, there are some serious issues with the chocolate industry. Impoverished people, in many cases young children, are exploited and often enslaved for the purpose of profit (off of chocolate-y goodness).
My sister, who is a brilliant young activist, wrote a petition challenging big chocolate corporations like Hersheys, Nestle (who is making progress but hasn't fully transitioned), Mars, and the Girl Scouts of America (for their use of chocolate in their products) to eradicate slavery and child labor from their production chain and meet the ethical standards of Fair Trade certification.
This is a really important issue, and it is truly ridiculous that slavery is even still around. Please join me and my sister in fighting this poisonous system by reading, signing, and sharing her petition (as widely as possible).
Here is the link: …Continue