We’re all consumers. Why not help to fight aids while we’re at it.
(RED) has a goal to have an Aids-free generation by 2015.
My (RED) product is the Apple iPod Nano, I think the first or second version. It still works woop woop and half the price it cost has gone to treat mainly women and children with Aids. Children who would have probably died had I not purchased that essential iPod. So we’re buying more products we don’t need. I could have helped to save double the number of children had I not bought something I don’t use that much any more and just donated the money directly. I guess we have to start somewhere and (RED)’s doing a better job than others.

Anyway, what’s your (RED) product?

We’re all consumers. Why not help to fight aids while we’re at it.

(RED) has a goal to have an Aids-free generation by 2015.

My (RED) product is the Apple iPod Nano, I think the first or second version. It still works woop woop and half the price it cost has gone to treat mainly women and children with Aids. Children who would have probably died had I not purchased that essential iPod. So we’re buying more products we don’t need. I could have helped to save double the number of children had I not bought something I don’t use that much any more and just donated the money directly. I guess we have to start somewhere and (RED)’s doing a better job than others.

Anyway, what’s your (RED) product?

We’re all consumers. Why not help to fight aids while we’re at it.
(RED) has a goal to have an Aids-free generation by 2015.
My (RED) product is the Apple iPod Nano, I think the first or second version. It still works woop woop and half the price it cost has gone to treat mainly women and children with Aids. Children who would have probably died had I not purchased that essential iPod. So we’re buying more products we don’t need. I could have helped to save double the number of children had I not bought something I don’t use that much any more and just donated the money directly. I guess we have to start somewhere and (RED)’s doing a better job than others.

Anyway, what’s your (RED) product?

We’re all consumers. Why not help to fight aids while we’re at it.

(RED) has a goal to have an Aids-free generation by 2015.

My (RED) product is the Apple iPod Nano, I think the first or second version. It still works woop woop and half the price it cost has gone to treat mainly women and children with Aids. Children who would have probably died had I not purchased that essential iPod. So we’re buying more products we don’t need. I could have helped to save double the number of children had I not bought something I don’t use that much any more and just donated the money directly. I guess we have to start somewhere and (RED)’s doing a better job than others.

Anyway, what’s your (RED) product?

Posted 2 years ago & Filed under red, aids, comsumerism, 6 notes

Notes:

  1. uclasexsquad reblogged this from bepositive-ph
  2. bepositive-ph reblogged this from rahendab and added:
    AIDS free generation 2015.
  3. thatlittlecherrybomb reblogged this from rahendab
  4. rahendab posted this

About:

Can't live with it, can probably live terribly without it.

Following: