Wednesday, October 15, 2008

A Break from Bacon

I know who ever needs a break from bacon, but this is for the greater good. International Bacon Day was created by physicist and run by physicist (and a spouse or two, some one has to correct my english) and we believe that science and math are very important to our economy, our politics, our life in general, even to bacon. This is why we are taking a break from reporting on bacon to report on

Their mission is dedicated to addressing the scarcity and inequitable distribution of learning materials and experiences in our public schools. We believe this inequity is rooted in the following factors:

Shortages of learning materials prevent thorough, engaging instruction;
Top-down distribution of materials stifles our best teachers and discourages them from developing targeted solutions for their students; and
Small, directed contributions have gone un-tapped as a source of funding. will improve public education by engaging citizens in an online marketplace where teachers describe and individuals can fund specific student projects. We envision a nation where students in every community have the resources they need to learn.

Please think about helping and maybe some day we will have Bacon that is amazingly good for you so that you can eat all you want and not worry about any health risks.

Alexa and the Bacon Boys

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Alltop. Seriously?! I got in?