Your penis won’t get any longer. Your mortgage rate won’t decrease. You won’t find true love with a Russian mail-order bride. You won’t get $50 from Microsoft for passing along e-mails. You won’t lose 10 pounds in two days. You won’t help some supposedly sick kid, who does not even really exist, set some record for receiving the most e-mails in the history of mankind.
None of those usual things promised by junk e-mail and numerous websites will happen if you check out this link at Amnesty International.
Rather, you’ll help people.
What an interesting way to use the Internet, eh?
To mark the 30th anniversary of the Amnesty International Urgent Action Network’s founding, the group is sponsoring a membership drive throughout June. It won’t cost you anything to join. You’ll just have to supply some information to the Human Rights Action Center.
But that’s not all.
For each new person that signs up during June, an anonymous individual will donate $1 to the UAN - up to $100,000. So go sign up. And help support human rights now.
Dave Sutor [2:00 AM]