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Susan G. Komen We are a force united by a promise to end breast cancer by funding groundbreaking research, community health & advocacy programs globally. www.komen.org
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In 1982, that promise became Susan G. Komen and launched the global breast cancer movement. We are the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures.

In 1982, that promise became Susan G. Komen and launched the global breast cancer movement. We are the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures.

Male #breastcancer is rare, but it's important to understand the warning signs. Learn more: http://sgk.mn/2ydxMgi #MensH...
06/17/2021

Male #breastcancer is rare, but it's important to understand the warning signs. Learn more: http://sgk.mn/2ydxMgi #MensHealthMonth

Male #breastcancer is rare, but it's important to understand the warning signs. Learn more: http://sgk.mn/2ydxMgi #MensHealthMonth

Join world-class comedians Tiffany Haddish, Tig Notaro, and guest host Kwanza Jones for an all-new virtual night of ente...
06/17/2021

Join world-class comedians Tiffany Haddish, Tig Notaro, and guest host Kwanza Jones for an all-new virtual night of entertainment taking guests "behind the curtain" in support of Komen's life-saving mission. Get your tickets now for "Comedians Unplugged: Live from Southern California," on July 16. KomenComedyNight.org

Join world-class comedians Tiffany Haddish, Tig Notaro, and guest host Kwanza Jones for an all-new virtual night of entertainment taking guests "behind the curtain" in support of Komen's life-saving mission. Get your tickets now for "Comedians Unplugged: Live from Southern California," on July 16. KomenComedyNight.org

Sharing your personal breast cancer story can provide peace for you and offer hope for others. Tell us about you. http:/...
06/16/2021

Sharing your personal breast cancer story can provide peace for you and offer hope for others. Tell us about you. http://sgk.mn/2m7B7Uj

Sharing your personal breast cancer story can provide peace for you and offer hope for others. Tell us about you. http://sgk.mn/2m7B7Uj

Join us TODAY at 1:00pm CST for a discussion on Metastatic Breast Cancer in the Black Community. Thank you to National M...
06/16/2021

Join us TODAY at 1:00pm CST for a discussion on Metastatic Breast Cancer in the Black Community. Thank you to National MBC Impact Series Technology Sponsor AstraZeneca US Community Connections for enabling the online platform to bring us together to participate in our MBC Impact Series. Along with Walgreens, you are helping those living with metastatic breast cancer to make decisions for improved physical and emotional health.
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Join us TODAY at 1:00pm CST for a discussion on Metastatic Breast Cancer in the Black Community. Thank you to National MBC Impact Series Technology Sponsor AstraZeneca US Community Connections for enabling the online platform to bring us together to participate in our MBC Impact Series. Along with Walgreens, you are helping those living with metastatic breast cancer to make decisions for improved physical and emotional health.
Register komen.org/mbcseries

Your input can help save lives. Take an anonymous patient survey about your thoughts on clinical trials – even if you’ve...
06/16/2021

Your input can help save lives. Take an anonymous patient survey about your thoughts on clinical trials – even if you’ve never participated in one – to help improve access to metastatic breast cancer research. #JoinMBCbecome
Get started: https://mbca.me/2Sn081s

Your input can help save lives. Take an anonymous patient survey about your thoughts on clinical trials – even if you’ve never participated in one – to help improve access to metastatic breast cancer research. #JoinMBCbecome
Get started: https://mbca.me/2Sn081s

Father's Day is next week and it’s not too late to show your support. Start a Facebook fundraiser in honor of a father f...
06/15/2021

Father's Day is next week and it’s not too late to show your support. Start a Facebook fundraiser in honor of a father figure in your life, and help us find the cures for breast cancer. https://www.facebook.com/fund/SusanGKomen/

Father's Day is next week and it’s not too late to show your support. Start a Facebook fundraiser in honor of a father figure in your life, and help us find the cures for breast cancer. https://www.facebook.com/fund/SusanGKomen/

Rae was enjoying a new stage of life with a new business, a loving family, and a weight loss goal achieved. Then she was...
06/15/2021

Rae was enjoying a new stage of life with a new business, a loving family, and a weight loss goal achieved. Then she was shocked with a triple-negative breast cancer diagnosis weeks before her 35th birthday. Read her inspiring story: https://bit.ly/2QTd3HZ

Rae was enjoying a new stage of life with a new business, a loving family, and a weight loss goal achieved. Then she was shocked with a triple-negative breast cancer diagnosis weeks before her 35th birthday. Read her inspiring story: https://bit.ly/2QTd3HZ

Tune in this Wednesday evening for Susan G. Komen’s ‘In My Own Voice: Black Women Living with MBC’ as it's featured on b...
06/15/2021

Tune in this Wednesday evening for Susan G. Komen’s ‘In My Own Voice: Black Women Living with MBC’ as it's featured on blackdoctor.org's "The Doctor Is In" Facebook Live. "The Doctor Is In" is a weekly web series on BlackDoctor.org Facebook Live on Wednesdays at 6pm EST. Our co-hosts are Ricki Fairley, Survivor/Thriver and CEO of Touch, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance and Dr. Monique Gary, DO, FACS, Breast Surgical Oncologist.

Tune in this Wednesday evening for Susan G. Komen’s ‘In My Own Voice: Black Women Living with MBC’ as it's featured on blackdoctor.org's "The Doctor Is In" Facebook Live. "The Doctor Is In" is a weekly web series on BlackDoctor.org Facebook Live on Wednesdays at 6pm EST. Our co-hosts are Ricki Fairley, Survivor/Thriver and CEO of Touch, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance and Dr. Monique Gary, DO, FACS, Breast Surgical Oncologist.

Breast cancer is not just one disease - there are many different types. HER2-positive makes up about 10-20 percent of ne...
06/14/2021

Breast cancer is not just one disease - there are many different types. HER2-positive makes up about 10-20 percent of newly diagnosed breast cancers. Tune in to the latest episode of Real Pink to hear Dr. Ian Krop share what you should know about HER2+. This program has been made possible through the support of an independent grant from Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.
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Breast cancer is not just one disease - there are many different types. HER2-positive makes up about 10-20 percent of newly diagnosed breast cancers. Tune in to the latest episode of Real Pink to hear Dr. Ian Krop share what you should know about HER2+. This program has been made possible through the support of an independent grant from Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.
https://apple.co/2LMAcsi

Guest speakers for MBC in the Black Community will be Dr. Abenaa Brewster from MD Anderson Cancer Center and Sheila McGl...
06/14/2021

Guest speakers for MBC in the Black Community will be Dr. Abenaa Brewster from MD Anderson Cancer Center and Sheila McGlown. In addition, they will be talking about an MBC patient's experience in a clinical trial. Thank you to Amgen Oncology, our MBC Impact Series partner.
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Guest speakers for MBC in the Black Community will be Dr. Abenaa Brewster from MD Anderson Cancer Center and Sheila McGlown. In addition, they will be talking about an MBC patient's experience in a clinical trial. Thank you to Amgen Oncology, our MBC Impact Series partner.
Register komen.org/mbcseries

Chemotherapy or other breast cancer treatments that weaken a patient's immune system do not make that patient more likel...
06/13/2021
Breast Cancer Treatments Don't Raise COVID Risks - Drugs.com MedNews

Chemotherapy or other breast cancer treatments that weaken a patient's immune system do not make that patient more likely to become infected with or die from COVID-19, new research shows.

Early in the pandemic, some were concerned that breast cancer treatments that weaken the immune system might increase a person s risk of catching or dying from

When you make a donation to Komen, it helps fund the critical research needed to develop more effective treatments. Toda...
06/13/2021

When you make a donation to Komen, it helps fund the critical research needed to develop more effective treatments. Today is the last day BAPS Charities will double your gift to Komen. Donate now https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

When you make a donation to Komen, it helps fund the critical research needed to develop more effective treatments. Today is the last day BAPS Charities will double your gift to Komen. Donate now https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

Jenn lost her job of 25 years the same week she was diagnosed with breast cancer. "I went home, heart-pounding, and thou...
06/13/2021

Jenn lost her job of 25 years the same week she was diagnosed with breast cancer. "I went home, heart-pounding, and thought: Literally. Everything. Has. Changed. Then I got up, stared in the mirror and said ‘YOU can do this.’ I had to say it out loud. And I did! We are stronger than we ever imagined when that moment arrives." What gives you strength during tough times?

Jenn lost her job of 25 years the same week she was diagnosed with breast cancer. "I went home, heart-pounding, and thought: Literally. Everything. Has. Changed. Then I got up, stared in the mirror and said ‘YOU can do this.’ I had to say it out loud. And I did! We are stronger than we ever imagined when that moment arrives." What gives you strength during tough times?

Clinical trials can save lives – and your input can help make life-saving metastatic breast cancer research accessible t...
06/12/2021

Clinical trials can save lives – and your input can help make life-saving metastatic breast cancer research accessible to people of all ages and races. Take an anonymous patient survey to share your thoughts on clinical trials. #JoinMBCbecome

Get started: https://mbca.me/3vswK8O

Clinical trials can save lives – and your input can help make life-saving metastatic breast cancer research accessible to people of all ages and races. Take an anonymous patient survey to share your thoughts on clinical trials. #JoinMBCbecome

Get started: https://mbca.me/3vswK8O

"I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 51. Regular self-examination is when I first felt the lump. They say early de...
06/12/2021

"I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 51. Regular self-examination is when I first felt the lump. They say early detection is the key. After being diagnosed, it was my faith that gave me the strength and courage to handle this situation."--Anjana. Only one more day left where BAPS Charities will double all your donations to Komen, improving the lives of those like Anjana. https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

"I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 51. Regular self-examination is when I first felt the lump. They say early detection is the key. After being diagnosed, it was my faith that gave me the strength and courage to handle this situation."--Anjana. Only one more day left where BAPS Charities will double all your donations to Komen, improving the lives of those like Anjana. https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

“In 2002, at the age of 47, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. My mother was 35 when the same disease took her life. I ...
06/12/2021

“In 2002, at the age of 47, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. My mother was 35 when the same disease took her life. I am so thankful for the advancements in medicine and the blessings of my spiritual Guru, that not only was a lumpectomy sufficient for my case, but that I am now able to live my life cancer free.” --Usha. Make a donation to Komen this week and BAPS Charities will double the gift, ensuring that women like Usha get the lifesaving treatment they need. https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

“In 2002, at the age of 47, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. My mother was 35 when the same disease took her life. I am so thankful for the advancements in medicine and the blessings of my spiritual Guru, that not only was a lumpectomy sufficient for my case, but that I am now able to live my life cancer free.” --Usha. Make a donation to Komen this week and BAPS Charities will double the gift, ensuring that women like Usha get the lifesaving treatment they need. https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

Shop through AmazonSmile & choose Susan G. Komen as your preferred charity and a percentage of every dollar you spend wi...
06/11/2021

Shop through AmazonSmile & choose Susan G. Komen as your preferred charity and a percentage of every dollar you spend will support the women and men facing breast cancer. Shop today: https://amzn.to/33Olk1Z

Shop through AmazonSmile & choose Susan G. Komen as your preferred charity and a percentage of every dollar you spend will support the women and men facing breast cancer. Shop today: https://amzn.to/33Olk1Z

Tune in next Wednesday for Susan G. Komen’s ‘In My Own Voice: Black Women Living with MBC’ as it's featured on blackdoct...
06/11/2021

Tune in next Wednesday for Susan G. Komen’s ‘In My Own Voice: Black Women Living with MBC’ as it's featured on blackdoctor.org's "The Doctor Is In" Facebook Live. "The Doctor Is In" is a weekly web series on BlackDoctor.org Facebook Live on Wednesdays at 6pm EST. Our co-hosts are Ricki Fairley, Survivor/Thriver and CEO of Touch, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance and Dr. Monique Gary, DO, FACS, Breast Surgical Oncologist. The show provides our Black Breast cancer community professional guidance and encouragement to address #BlackBreastCancer issues and questions, to discuss survivorship and living your best life, and bring joy. Dr. Mo and Ricki interact with the audience during the show to address their comments and answer their questions.

Tune in next Wednesday for Susan G. Komen’s ‘In My Own Voice: Black Women Living with MBC’ as it's featured on blackdoctor.org's "The Doctor Is In" Facebook Live. "The Doctor Is In" is a weekly web series on BlackDoctor.org Facebook Live on Wednesdays at 6pm EST. Our co-hosts are Ricki Fairley, Survivor/Thriver and CEO of Touch, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance and Dr. Monique Gary, DO, FACS, Breast Surgical Oncologist. The show provides our Black Breast cancer community professional guidance and encouragement to address #BlackBreastCancer issues and questions, to discuss survivorship and living your best life, and bring joy. Dr. Mo and Ricki interact with the audience during the show to address their comments and answer their questions.

Susan G. Komen joined other patient groups in asking Congress to pass legislation to protect patients with pre-existing ...
06/11/2021
Access to Health Coverage Means Access to Care: Patient Groups Urge Congress to Include Affordability Measures in Next Legislative Package

Susan G. Komen joined other patient groups in asking Congress to pass legislation to protect patients with pre-existing conditions so that health care remains affordable and accessible to everyone.

32 organizations representing millions of people with pre-existing conditions urge Congress and the Administration to prioritize health care policies in the next legislative package. “As organizations representing patients with serious and chronic conditions, we applaud the, , Administration’s eff...

Sharing your personal breast cancer story can provide peace for you and offer hope for others. Tell us about you. http:/...
06/10/2021

Sharing your personal breast cancer story can provide peace for you and offer hope for others. Tell us about you. http://sgk.mn/2m7B7Uj

Sharing your personal breast cancer story can provide peace for you and offer hope for others. Tell us about you. http://sgk.mn/2m7B7Uj

On June 16 at 1:00 PM CST, the next program in our MBC Impact Series will be "Metastatic Breast Cancer in the Black Comm...
06/10/2021

On June 16 at 1:00 PM CST, the next program in our MBC Impact Series will be "Metastatic Breast Cancer in the Black Community." Speakers will be covering Triple Negative Metastatic Breast Cancer and how to become your own best advocate.

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On June 16 at 1:00 PM CST, the next program in our MBC Impact Series will be "Metastatic Breast Cancer in the Black Community." Speakers will be covering Triple Negative Metastatic Breast Cancer and how to become your own best advocate.

Register komen.org/mbcseries

For one week only, BAPS Charities will double all donations, up to a total of $50,000! Your $25 gift turns into $50, pro...
06/10/2021

For one week only, BAPS Charities will double all donations, up to a total of $50,000! Your $25 gift turns into $50, providing more moments, more hope for those affected by this disease. Join us as we support those who need help today, while tirelessly searching for tomorrow’s cures.
Donate today https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

For one week only, BAPS Charities will double all donations, up to a total of $50,000! Your $25 gift turns into $50, providing more moments, more hope for those affected by this disease. Join us as we support those who need help today, while tirelessly searching for tomorrow’s cures.
Donate today https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

“My name is Leena. I’m 52 years old and I was gutted when diagnosed with breast cancer. With no prior history, I’m the f...
06/10/2021

“My name is Leena. I’m 52 years old and I was gutted when diagnosed with breast cancer. With no prior history, I’m the first in my family to be diagnosed with breast cancer.” Your gift to Komen this week will be matched by BAPS Charities. Donate now to ensure Leena and others in Kansas with breast cancer receive the support they need. https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

“My name is Leena. I’m 52 years old and I was gutted when diagnosed with breast cancer. With no prior history, I’m the first in my family to be diagnosed with breast cancer.” Your gift to Komen this week will be matched by BAPS Charities. Donate now to ensure Leena and others in Kansas with breast cancer receive the support they need. https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

06/10/2021

This week only, BAPS Charities will double all gifts to Susan G. Komen by matching donations made through Sunday, June 13—up to $50,000. Your support helps patients like Amanda, who was only 32 years old when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Donate today https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

“My name is Leena. I’m 52 years old and I was gutted when diagnosed with breast cancer. With no prior history, I’m the f...
06/09/2021

“My name is Leena. I’m 52 years old and I was gutted when diagnosed with breast cancer. With no prior history, I’m the first in my family to be diagnosed with breast cancer.” Your gift to Komen this week will be matched by BAPS Charities.

Donate now to ensure Leena and others with breast cancer receive the support they need. https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

“My name is Leena. I’m 52 years old and I was gutted when diagnosed with breast cancer. With no prior history, I’m the first in my family to be diagnosed with breast cancer.” Your gift to Komen this week will be matched by BAPS Charities.

Donate now to ensure Leena and others with breast cancer receive the support they need. https://bit.ly/3ihBKcs

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Susan G. Komen page: Standards of Conducts Thank you for visiting the Susan G. Komen page! We hope you will find this page to be a source of awareness, education and support of our promise to save lives and end breast cancer. Our community is diverse and we encourage thoughtful dialog about breast cancer, research, community health initiatives, and individual experiences. Because our community is diverse, it means you may encounter opinions that are different from yours, which we believe can lead to important conversations about difficult topics. To challenge ideas, institutions, and practices can promote debate and greater understanding in the community. However, in an effort to balance the needs, safety, and interests of the community, we may remove certain kinds of sensitive content or limit the audience that sees it. We want people to feel safe when using the Komen page on Facebook and we do not tolerate bullying or harassment and will, in our sole determination, remove content that appears to purposefully demean, shame or bully individuals. This content includes, but is not limited to: • Posts that bully, shame, demean or harass individuals, • Images and videos that bully, shame, demean or harass individuals, • Repeatedly targeting other people with messages that bully, shame, demean or harass individuals. While we strive to remove hate speech from this page, Facebook provides tools to help you manage your exposure to distasteful or offensive content. LEARN MORE HERE: http://on.fb.me/1RAjaZV. Should you feel physically threatened, please contact your local law enforcement. In addition, Komen may, in its sole determination, block users for violating these standards, particularly those behaviors that bully, demean, shame, harass, contain profane language or are unlawful. Please be considerate of others and keep these standards in mind while expressing your point of view on this page. It is a violation of Komen’s standards of conduct to: • Use of profane, obscene, defamatory, demeaning, bullying, shaming, offensive or vulgar language • Harass, spam, troll, stalk, threaten, abuse or attack any individual or organization, • Post content that attacks an individual based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, s*xual orientation/s*x/ gender/ gender identity, or serious disabilities or diseases • Engage in fraudulent or unlawful behavior, including posting content that violates others’ intellectual property rights or files that contain viruses that can damage other users’ computer systems • Soliciting or advertising; Please do not post content unrelated to breast cancer, or solicit and advertise products or services in violation of Facebook’s rules. • Share medical advice; We like that you want to share your knowledge and experience with other users; however, anyone with medical concerns should consult a medical professional. • Violating Facebook’s Community Standards and/or its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities (https://www.facebook.com/communitystandards and https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms) 1/20/2016

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I will never support your organization again. Today, I received a telemarketing call trying to sell me on a funeral plan. I was so blindsided that at first, I was at a loss for words. I was confused, angry, and sick to my stomach. He continued to redirect the conversation back to the same line “but ma’am our records show you have cancer, why not help take the burden off your family now, instead of them doing it after” Angrily I said, “Excuse me, sir, where are you getting this information?” To which he replied his company bought a phone and address list from YOUR organization. I gave him an earful but my heart and my mind are still reeling. Yes, I am living with stage 4 MBC but I certainly don’t deserve to be reminded of my circumstance from a stranger trying to make money because you guys sold them my information. You claimsl to support those living with cancer and celebrate those who have won their battle and yet you sell our numbers to a freaking funeral company list? Thanks for ruining my day! Again, I will never support you again. 
It’s just about 2 weeks till Father’s Day. Please post on our special day that “Men Get Breast Cancer Too!” Thanks you - 8 yr survivor & 2020 Warrior in Pink
For the next 15 minutes or so, imagine getting in an orb with a beautiful historian called Lucy, and her time traveler hunks Rufus and Wyat . We’re going back 27 years to June 12,1994 to a city called Brentwood to when there were 14 soap operas, no facebook, not much of an Internet, everyone still read newspapers and to take a picture one needed a camera with film that might somewhere have pictures or what were called negatives, to show how 4 dogs and 4 cats made possible the entire social movement called Domestic Violence that would save the lives of millions of what would be called intiminate partner violence that a brave Supergirl star speaks out about. While Lucy, Rufus and Wyatt stop in at the Mezeluma (now called Pete’s Coffee and Tea ) to prepare to make sure a dog walker called Robert goes on a walk as they watch on the best tv, a 40 inch standard definition with the most channels possible of 45 they get inspired by a One Life To Live storyline of a horrible football player and monster of an abusive father, Todd Manning(Roger Horwath), who threatened all the beautiful intelligent women in Llanview to do his homework so he could stay on the team but ran into a teachers aid called Marty Saybrooke(Susan Haskell) who wouldn’t pass him and thus began a life of brutality and a gang r**e which found him not guilty of r**e. A few blocks down the street a beautiful blonde called Nicole Brown Simpson at a condo on 875 South Bundy watched and recorded it on a vcr. But for her being terrorized, beat and r**ed by a stupid football star was her daily reality for the last 26 years. That she gained strength to keep surviving through her dog Kato who on that fateful life ending day would alert everyone to call the police not allowing OJ the time to get the two bodies in his Ford Bronco, washed away all the blood into the sewers and dump them in the Pacific Ocean leading to what he hoped would be a lifetime lie, believed by all that Nicole and Ronald Goldman had run away, stolen all his money and changed their identity to avoid prosecution. If not for Kato, and two brave dogs who sensed something was wrong at their best friend’s house who would routinely give them treats while taking care of her community cats, urged their human soul mate Robert Highster to check to see if Nicole was all right,the barking dogs who would normally have gone down Dorothy Street were instead by Nicole’s neighbor’s house barking like crazy, scaring off the pos Simpson who he would witness driving away a few minutes later, Denise would have never told the media of her sisters’ hundreds of trips to the hospital. And Steven Schwan would not have found Nicole and Ronald’s body all bloody with her community cats seemingly trying to will her back to life when they let the bloody Kato, lead them back to South Bundy. The akita dog that was there for years through hundreds of fights both verbal and physical to provide love, care and compassion with the unconditional love that dogs and cats give, would brave his own Simpson induced injuries to lead Schwam back to Nicole’s house, where instead of Nicole and Ronald not being there as Simpson pre mediated for what he planned for weeks to be his last attack, their bodies lied in blood with cats by their side. It’s a shame that smart phones didn’t exist for what could have been the ultimate photo of the value of cats and dogs.. For back then we had cameras that needed film and could only take how many pictures could were left and had to be developed and few carried them around. For in 1994, there was also no Internet to go to websites like Mellissa promotes, nor facebook groups to get counseling or compassion, nor information about how to treat injuries or find resources for assistance in getting away. Nor was there any way for hospitals or medical care facilities to share information about repeat patients with common repetitive injuries and the reasons they claimed it occurred to contact the police where now a female police officer will question the victim with no one else allowed in the emergency room. With victims frequently traveling possibly 50 miles in radius to not show up at the same hospitals to frequently to arouse suspicion. For most of the times the police at best would arrest the abuser and he would get a trivial bail within 24 hours and be more upset and inflict more violence on not just the victim but her family in order to get back the bail money. As the time travelers leave the restaurant they hear Maria Menunous (?) on VH1 present an explanation of a song at the time seldom played for a silent social pandemic few knew about up until that date by Martina McBride’s “Independence Day” that played for the first time on May 24, 1994 in very few radio stations who didn’t want to explain the song and had yet had anyone of any fame be a death to a pandemic few males wanted to admit nor females wanted to complain for fear of both their lives if the assailant is found not guilty and the shame of going before all her friends in marriage admitting her horrible mistake as narrated by Melissa Benoist’s video. While Kato was heading to be cared for by Denise Brown in studio during all her interviews, the dogs ad their human soul mates that made sure O J didn’t get away with it could hardly fathom that the fictitious story of Marty and Todd and the inspirational lyrics of another Soap Opera “Another World” would be replaced with the real life story of a monster who brutalized women . And for the rest of the summer as tens of thousands of laws, polices, police and hospital procedures were incarnated, all due to four dogs and some cats, the NBC lyrics” You Give My Heart all that’s new, you take me away to another world” would be replaced that summer with “Let Freedom Ring. Light The White Dove Sign, Let the whole world know that today is the day of reckoning.” For because of some brave dogs and cats, it would be the day of reckoning for OJ and the millions of IPV’s that still 27 years later could post videos similar to Melissa Benoists. In some ways the world Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus visited to make sure Robert Highster doesn’t choose his normal route, goes down South Bundy to please his dogs, is the same world their orb returns to, for even today Benoist’s video is the exception and not the rule. And if in this metaphor comparing real life to a great show, even though the trio avoided violating time travel rules wishing to save Nicole’s life, they knew that even though one woman died, millions would live and avoided the world Rittenhouse would want where OJ pulls off the perfect crime and domestic abuse never becomes a national issue There are hundreds of millions of women in Muslim states (labeled by Muslims as slaves) that practice what is called Sharia Law which inflicts even worse barbaric, brutal, torture like r**e where there are thousands of s*x slave prisons for women who violate the Quoran waiting months to get stoned to death or lashed until death for lack of obedience to their masters (what non Muslims would call a husband). Where women who is r**ed can not charge for a crime but instead if married is sentenced to death for adultery. Where women have no rights to get an education, get food, get water, or a job or even live without their husband’s permission who subjects them daily to even worse then what Nicole faced on a weekly basis. Where unlike Nicole who could go the hospital, get help from neighbors, or file police reports, Sharia Law victims can’t get medical care, support of file any type of charges, if they survived early as young girls a barbaric process done with razor blades and sewing needles their naked legs spread, called female ge***al mutilation that kills 2 million young girls along with 1.5 million women whose bodies can no longer heal from the constant r**es and tortures, with only the pet therapy of community cats to heal their lacerations, bruises, black eyes, etc and often bloody vaginas. The purpose of which is to make or***ms and thus pleasure impossible increasing pain for a female (girl or woman) while increasing a males pleasure. Which if they survive, will lead to lifetime problems urinating and menstruating, leading to life ending infections, for which about 300,000,000 Muslim women presently live and will die early with. I can’t think of a more appropriate and worthwhile use of my time who promotes and lobbies Hallmark, the ultimate network for beautiful women and pets, to broadcast his shows Parmadale’s Resurrection where all advertising profits would go towards humanitarian lifesaving, then to have June 12th be not just a symbolic memorial to the hundreds of millions of Intimate Partner Violence victims. But the day of reckoning for all Sharia Law countries in the form of President Biden and perhaps in soliditary with Trump supporters to unite the European Union and United Nations to impose complete economic and trade sanctions against all Islamic States everywhere in the world until every woman and young girl everywhere in the world has complete humanitarian rights, honor, respect, dignity and every positive aspect a human can possess with the goal that the next Islamic holiday on July 20th be the day all the battered women throughout the world can go to hospitals to be treated without burkas, get an education, report all their previous rapists for prosecution, eat, drink and wear and do all they want and live the lives non Muslim live. Instead of the barbaric sub human short lives they suffer, which is supported by even the most stringent facebook judgment for accuracy by the newspaper that started religious tolerance and white supremecy etc. The New York Times, Wikipedia regarding what are in Islam called zina, peer reviewed journals wrote by Muslims, youtube videoes by Muslims on my page for public viewing along with information on Parmadale’s Resurrection and hundreds of other liberal media sources elsewhere throughout the internet.. For which would take much more time than anyone has to read a single facebook post. And that on June 12th, CW honors Melissa Benoist for her bravery be renewing Supergirl for as long as she wants and that they give Calista Flockhart, who’s two decade crusade against female ge***al mutilation (fgm) has saved millions of lives, gets whatever she wants to return and that the most pro feminist show ever, returns to it’s fomer glory of Win, Jimmy, Kara, Alex, Hank, Cat, Maxwell, Lena and everything before Lex Luthor et al destroyed the most perfect feminist humanitarian show ever. And that on June 12 through July 20th,EU and UN government leaders end Sharia Law and nationally, women throughout America come forward and put all the Todd’s and OJ’s in prison with a legal system and aided by support groups that didn’t exist on that day a drop dead gorgeous super beautiful heroine who’s death saved the world (ddgsbhstw) might not have been saved by 4 dogs and “several” community cats, but who as a martyr brought forth to public awareness a social pandemic that played on the radio, post trial soap story lines and thousands of support groups that formed that summer. For if not for that spontaneous act of Robert Highster and his dogs similar to what was portrayed on TV’s most thought provoking show ever of how history would be different if not for a random unexplainable almost existential based act, the world, The Goldman’s, the Brown’s and Simpson would still be wondering where in the world Nicole and Ronald are. And June 12, 1994 would have been just another sunrise and sunset. And I wouldn’t be posting this right now using a computer technology that didn’t exist back then to inspire her death and millions of others to save hundreds of millions in the future. For we should all follow the believes of the most beautiful picture and message ever in print ad history, Reese Witherspoon’s “If One Woman Is Abused We All Suffer.” WE’LL FIND TOMORROW….. STEVE BAYT PARMA’S EMILY QUARTERMAINE/NATALIA LIVINSTON