Beth Kanter is an awesome blogger & non-profit evangelist who does terrific stuff to help people around the world, particularly kids in Cambodia (her adopted daughter is Cambodian too).
Right now, she's competing to help raise funds from the largest unique # of donors (not amount of money, rather # of contributors). Interestingly, she's competing as a 1-woman social media-enabled army against other bigger organizations.
So why don't you take one minute to donate $10 to her cause, and help her get over the finish line? She needs 28 donors to catch up with the leader, and i just gave $10 so now she only needs 27.
Hurry the F up! this needs to happen by TOMORROW 3pm (Eastern)
SO GIVE IT UP NOW, BITCHES
-> CLICK HERE <-
(click above, pull out your credit card, & take 60 seconds to donate $10 you cheap bastards you. yes you. right now, dammit. YES I SAID! STOP reading this shit, and CLICK! Click Click CLICK!)
you're still reading this, aren't you asshole? you didn't click yet?
oh you did? ok, good. you can stop feeling guilty that you haven't helped change the life of some poor cambodian kids for ten measly stinking bucks. which you probably spent yesterday on some really shitty ham & cheese sandwich at some fancy-schmancy california foo-foo restaurant. you pathetic piece of slime you.
sorry, you gave that $10 right? much better. kisses. XOXOXO
no seriously, click on that fucking link and give $10.
still feeling guilty? re-blog this & recruit 5 more people NOW.
share it on facebook. digg it. whatever.
(btw, i promise i'll take lunch meetings in Q2 with any startup that can show me they gave at least 5 x $10 donations to Beth's cause -- how's that for pimping with a purpose?)
ok, i think i've exhausted every psychological trick i can think of now. if you folks get creative, pile on in the comments with your best Catholic guilt trip.