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Help Make Autism Number two for April Awareness month Conan O'Brien Meet TannersDad

A friend of mine posted this on facebook... I am tired of all the crap we get as parents advocating for our loved ones with Autism. If we are going to be treated like SH** we might as well fight for the #2 position. Conan O'Brien only follows one person.... so I am asking to be his #2 just for April... Please help #ASKConan

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Crank up the buzz machine 5.26.10

You know how production houses get people to pay big bucks for box office hits? They pay Millions for Publicity & Buzz. These days buzz is free.... We all need to start inviting friends to save the day 5.26.10 & start asking questions about personal rights & freedoms we all take for granted. At this point we are not really releasing any specifics... Just get people connecting the date & Questions... Here are a few example tweet & Status updates. Be sure to only use 130 letters so it is easy to retweet...

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A Teaspoon of Sugar... Autism Advocate says Good Bye

I thought I did it right. I followed the American Dream plan. I had a vision of the little house, 2.3 kids, white picket fence, wife & dog after going to a major university and getting a degree. Then a child with Autism and two heart attacks at 38. I sit here at the end of a year of hope promises and dreams with my head spinning. I can not imagine what it is like to wonder where my next meal is coming from or not having clean water. These are things no human should have to endure. God Bless the Non Profit Members changing the world.

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Autism Mothers - The Autism File

The Team at The Autism File received an amazing response from the front cover of their April 2009 issue, depicting 6 autism mothers posing with a determined presence.

Other mothers have been sending in pictures in groups of 6, emulating the campaign which have been used to create a wonderful video montage.