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This page aggregates all the contact information that we've gathered in our posts.


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Submitted by coyotecreek on

(I can't find herb the verb's email address or I would have sent this to him.)

I just read Arthur's latest post and don't like the sound of it. I don't know him (other than through recent conversations with regard to a donation and his wish list), but he seems like he's really at the end of his rope.

Just concerned......I have not facts.

Thank you.

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Submitted by Denise Bennett on

I want to comment about bees. I live in Southern California and see bees on the ground every day. I bend down to pick them up. The bees that are still alive are clearly disoriented and some have curled legs. Oftentimes they are hyper, walking around in circles. Sometimes they just sit there and don't move at all... like they are paralyzed or in shock. I try to calm the hyper ones and revive the others. I envision light surrounding them and try to help clear their heads. A few times, they've recovered and fly off. Most of the time, though their wings are fine, they don't fly ever again.

A few weeks ago, I smelled a pungent odor for a block where I believe the city contracted to have some kind of spraying done. I called and left a message. (No one ever called back.) I thought I’d have better luck with a large local publication but nothing came of it. It's hard to be optimistic about all this. I buy organic but that doesn't fix the pesticide problem. I'm ready to give up my cell phone but how will that help to bring down the towers?

I have so much love for creatures and now the bees are a part of my family. I pet them and hold them as they die, like they are my sisters and brothers. I take them to the flowers and see if they want a last drink. Sometimes they do and it brings tears to my eyes. Thank you for letting me express my pain here... I hope someone cares.