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Canary in a Coalmine - Exclusive interview and film trailer help launch Kickstarter campaign!

Discussion in 'Phoenix Rising Articles' started by Firestormm, Oct 23, 2013.

  1. Ember

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    The Kickstarter campaign runs until November 22:
    Some of the rewards have limits though. A friend of mine pledged at the $155 level to get the ten-minute telephone conversation with Howard Bloom! There were only three of those and they're gone now.
     
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    leela Slow But Hopeful

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    far out!
     
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    Backers are flocking to the $25 pledge:
     
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    leela Slow But Hopeful

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    Isn't it awful that 47 of us know someone who died from this fricking illness. I chose that one specifically so I could add her name.
     
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    HI, this is exciting. call me confused ;) but is it too late to "pitch my story"? I am often overwhelmed by the website and computer in general so stay out of the loop pretty much.
    diagnosed with this illness in Aug 2001. Read the newsletter today and need to connect.
    thankyou
     
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    hi sorry i guess it is done. I get so mad i cant even keep up with THIS stuff. best of luck to you with the film. sigh. I would love to tell my story I guess I have to write it down in total. I have kept a small diary over the years to vent in. that help[ed
     
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    No. It isn't too late to pitch your tale - as far as I understand. Visit the website here and contact Jenn direct :)
     
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    The campaign is still in full swing, having surpassed $100,000 now. And stories are still being
    requested, so do join in!
     
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    Anyway you have emboldened me to call it ME. i have described it as being hit by a truck with the worst flu in my life which I then have had for years. more to that of course
     
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    thankyou so much, best to you!
     
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    thankyou so much, best to you!
     
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    Canary - $200k.jpg



    :balloons::balloons::balloons::balloons::balloons::balloons::balloons::balloons::balloons:

     
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    Canary in a Coalmine feature on Al-jazeera America 01/01/2014:

    Part I - http://america.aljazeera.com/watch/...meactivistslaunchuprisingfrombedspartone.html

    Part II - http://america.aljazeera.com/watch/...meactivistslaunchuprisingfrombedsparttwo.html

    "It's a devastating disease with a "lousy name." Two women are hoping to change attitudes about chronic fatigue syndrome.

    [​IMG]It'€s a mysterious and devastating disease that can leave people unable to work. Two women are hoping to change attitudes about chronic fatigue syndrome. "
     
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    Fantastic! This is the most realistic representation by media to date of what it's like to live with this crap.
    More kudos the Jen!
     
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    You can leave comments beneath the interview narrative:

    http://america.aljazeera.com/watch/...avethisdebilitatingdiseasewithalousyname.html

    Many all ready have :)
     
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    Good job by Jen to find some sympathetic journalists. :)
     
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