16 Tevet 5772
I recently posted this cartoon to one of my Facebook pages
I then commented, "Not that any sane person needs to know what would happen if a speeding train going 80 Gazillion MPH ran into a semi heading in the opposite direction at 79 Gazillion MPH. Some years, I found math class so off-the-wall I couldn't focus on the lessons. I once answered the train/semi collision question with the word 'SPLAT!' and the instructor sent me to the principal's office. That kinda started my humor defensive take on life.
I have 3 specific lifelong heroes. One is Barbie. Gosh I'd like one that speaks as she does in this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NO0cvqT1tAE
And speaking of Barbie, Mattel should make a Barbie with no hair, so every little girl fighting cancer can feel beautiful. Put her in pink, name her HOPE and send all proceeds from sales to a sick children's hospital. Any pro-patient organizations out there wanna take up the challenge?"
Why do I feel so strongly about this? Because "society" tends to value looks. Females are very sensitive to that reality. So are the cosmetic and fashion industries. Here's a reality check about what can be done to make anyone, female or male, look fabulous no matter what the mirror looks like to you:
Fotoshop by Adobé from Jesse Rosten on Vimeo.
I made my day by contacting Mattel with my "fighting cancer compassionately" idea. I offered to use such a doll in my speaking engagements. Stand by for major miracles if I get the gig.
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