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A.J MC CALLION FOUNDER /DIRECTOR
Posted at 5:32 PM on June 8, 2013
It would be fantastic if the shows producer would look at helping kids who are dieing from deadly disease,s from Leprosy WHERE HANDS FINGER TOES AND NOSES ARE REALLY DROPPING OF in real life 100,000 that the government has pushed away up into the mountain up in a community called Kore in Addis Ababa also hunger and poverty what a great way of helping these kids through the show The show I feel would gain even more populairity to think they would be helping even more kids and adults from death to life if you can forward this for us to the the producers we would really be very thankful Penny Tuppence Charity is on Facebook and works with these communities in Ethiopia and Kenya to help feed cloth build and try to gain employment for them to be self employed they are wonderful people and all that they are going through they still smile i wonder what they would think of the walking dead.I love the show its fantastic acting and designs and its so real the stunts.Thank you A.J founder/director for
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