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Clay Aiken Helps Tap Project Provide Clean Drinking Water Abroad

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If I told the average person that Clay Aiken was working with the Tap Project, most would probably assume it involved a cane, top hat and a shuffle, shuffle, flap. But they’d be WRONG!

The Tap Project is a program that raises money for UNICEF’s efforts to bring clean and accessible water to millions of children around the world by asking restaurant patrons to donate $1 or more for the tap water they usually enjoy for free. For every dollar raised, a child will have clean drinking water for 40 days. That’s pretty frigin incredible, right?

Check out Clay on the video below and make sure you stop by TapProject.org to find out how YOU can get involved!

via: looktothestars.org

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Why Vegetarianism Makes No Sense From A Moral Perspective

I don’t consider my years as a vegetarian as a stepping-stone or prerequisite to veganism


I hope I win the ‘Pig Farmers of Tomorrow’ contest I entered (I’m vegan)

I think I’ll likely have the most interest in pigs of anyone applying, anyway.


Hopefully Jon & Tracey Stewart use their new farm for vegan education

They’ve promised classes on caring for animals and sustainable agriculture, so vegan 101 would be a great place to start.