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April 02, 2009

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Elizah Leigh

Hi there,
I'm not sure how on Earth you find such phenomenal green munchies, but I am envious of your wickedly delicious researching skills. I'm a member of a green social network called "Greenwala" and I took the liberty of letting the community members know about Eco Zoo (thanks to you) because this is precisely the kind of thing that enables people to realize that the sky really IS the limit in terms of integrating imagination with eco-issues. I take my hat off to you for hunting this down...and am putting your site on my blogroll for all to check out. I will definitely check back often to feast on your crunchy green gems of goodness. Thanks for making my night! If you're curious about what a green social network is all about, I think you'd fit in splendidly -- please stop by! :)

Chris

Hey Greg, great post! I would like to touch base with you about your blog. Please contact me directly at chris@greenpress.com

Look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks,
Chris

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Anyways.. good lesson here, I guess. It's been a tough past year, times when I've questioned certain bands that are praised a lot because of things that I shouldn't and don't want to talk about.

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