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The Shortest (and Most Action-Oriented?) Arcade Blog

There is no double meaning, second degree and third interpretative level to be found in this post. Nothing metapoetic, cutting-edge, smart, hype, or poetic. No trope, no refined aesthetics, no beauty. But meaning yes, humanity yes, community yes. And a call to Arcade as a social network to spread a simple idea.

On thanksgiving day, approximately 45 millions pounds of turkey will be consumed (or discarded) in the United States

There is no intellectualizing this. Don’t think, just act.

Ways to Donate:

UNICEF

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Food Banks

Child Fund

Care

Feed The Children

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« Je ne puis tenir registre de ma vie par mes actions: fortune les met trop bas; je le tiens par mes fantasies. » Montaigne, Essais, III, 9, 945

A prescient definition of blogging, no?

Cécile Alduy, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of French Studies at Stanford University. A former student from the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, she teaches French literature and film, with an emphasis on gender and ethnic studies.  Her research interests include Renaissance literature and culture, the history of the body, poetry, cognitive theory, and more generally how we make sense of the world.