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Thanks for the Devour link. I'd love to take part in one of Jason Jeong's events. Still waiting for the dream year site to go live... the blank white page is killing me! I'm praying for you to keep up the great work you are doing & keep throwing down the challenge to others. -ross

I want in on an action tank and soon. This is part of why I stepped out of humanitarian work because we spent hours and hours writing papers no one would ever read, to develop projects we'd never proved work, instead of just doing what we knew was great, cost efficient, and timely.

I got a little tour of Clark today, it was very impressive. But honestly not as impressive as the guys that make up Clark. We toured the hologram theater for a couple of hours, but talked for about 4 hours. It was a great time of conversation, laughter, and dreaming.

Story is going to be killer

believe me ben, i know from experience, thinking it's wednesday and finding out it's actually tuesday is way worse than thinking it's tuesday and finding out it's wednesday. jus sayin.

haha, that's funny Rosalie =)

Jason is an engineer who has a huge burden for the orphan epidemic. His wife works for an adoption agency, and they're highly involved in that cause. But in order to mobilize a younger generation - adoption can't be the only option - he's trying to solve problems that lead to orphans. His first project is creating bio-sand filters that purify drinking water. He's gotten it down to an affordable product that can be built and installed by anyone. He's got many other projects on the horizon, but this is the first. You can email him at jjatjasonjeongdotcom

Have to say... the chocolate cake from Portillos is pretty epic, too. ;-) Can't wait!!!

Glad to hear you're coming to Baltimore. I hope the event goes well.

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