Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Free Tickets to My Sister's Keeper

Readers of We All Fall Down are invited to a screening of the new movie My Sister's Keeper on June 22 at 8pm, at AMC Theater River East in Chicago. The adaptation of Jodi Picoult's bestselling novel is directed by Nick Cassavetes and stars Alec Baldwin, Cameron Diaz, Abigail Breslin, Jason Patric and Joan Cusack.

To get your free tickets, follow the link below. You'll be asked to register, but the process is quick and painless.



Michelle Jackson said...

In the giving mood!! You Rock! How fun!

2KoP said...

OMG! Molly and I are so excited. We are huge Jodi fans. Thank you! Are you going?

2KoP said...

We went last night and had a blast. All four us had read the book and were highly skeptical that this movie would work, but we cried and laughed in the appropriate places and decided it did not suck (and also agreed that the ending still doesn't work). Thanks for the opportunity to go for FREE!

Anonymous said...


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This is a different-design power-turbine-for-a-water/stream-application invention - the design for which, I believe, is very good, and I think I can generate 100 KW or less with no problem from a small, cheap units.

Currently, electric utility companies buy electricity from each other, and from small providers such as co-generation plants and wind power operators, etc. The price they pay is around 3 or 4 cents per Kilowatt Hour.

Here is what the revenue computation looks like for EACH stream-power unit (by the way, the full analysis would include operation costs, but those would be very small): The revenue from selling power back to the utility grid is 100 Kilowatts (continuous duty) x 24 hrs per day x 364.25 days per year x .03 $/Kilowatt Hour = $26,200/yr.

Regarding how much Each unit would or could sell for - typically, investments-that-generate-revenue look-pretty-good if they make enough to pay for themselves (- meaning the "purchase price") within one year or eighteen months (or two years) from the revenue that they generate.

Thus, $26,200 (1 yr payout) or $39,300 (18 mo.'s payout) would be sort-of a good guess, at perhaps, a typical market price. However - obviously, If a person had themselves 10 units, they could also generate $262,000/year. So selling the units to others is not the only option. (Understatement: If I can put a few these along some small river, I think we might be able to well-up a little extra spending money.)

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I thought you and your acquaintances might be VERY interested, and any help would be appreciated!

This is good Green commerce and responsible-energy-related!

Keep in touch! Thank you.

Love, RJF / "Bronco"