Not The United Nations, But Still…

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April 17, 2012 by David Gillaspie

 

There is common ground.

DG’s B&B has a long reach. How long?

Since February 25, 2012, I’ve had over 4000 views from America.

Along with:

One from Latvia.

One from Luxembourg.

One from the Syrian Arab Republic.

One each from Mongolia, Ghana, and Cambodia.

One from Nigeria.

On the plus-side, I’ve had two hits from Slovenia, Lithuania, Nicaragua, and Macedonia.

Two from the Bahamas.

Two from Moldova.

Two from Panama.

Two from Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, and Montenegro.

Here’s a solution. If you have family and friends in these countries, send them a link. If you don’t, send their embassies a link. If you do this, it might be the nicest present some of them has ever received. Give a Christmas/Birthday present where Christmas and birthdays don’t carry the same weight as they do in your native land.

Better still, if you live in one of the nations above, bring a neighbor over to share a post, then leave a comment on what they did afterward. Convince them reading DG’S B&B means dropping for twenty push-ups and you get extra credit.

For the most part, the countries listed come warm climates. Why not take a moment and cool down?

Drop a line or two. Responders are standing by.

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4 thoughts on “Not The United Nations, But Still…

  1. Magnificent blog, I really like what you’ve acquired here, really like what you are stating about child obesity and the way in which you say it. You make it entertaining and you still care for to keep it smart. I can’t wait to read much more from you. This is really a great web site. Cheers!

    • David Gillaspie says:

      If childhood obesity makes a stop at DG’s B&B, they may come in and make a plan on how to change. It’s not as easy as ‘stop eating so much’ or ‘stop being so lazy.’

      Childhood obesity is a symptom, a result of causes deeper than food or exercise. My readers would like to know more.

  2. Mars says:

    Count one more from Philippines.

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