Google gives to local schools in 2011
Original post made on Dec 31, 2011
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on Dec 31, 2011 at 12:36 am
Why does Google want to participate in the depopulation of the planet by sterilizing our kids with exposure to hi frequency pulsed microwave radiation from wi fi. the highest exposure is to their laps. Studies have already confirmed lowered and dead sperm counts with RF exposure. check the website: wirelesswatchblog dot org for more information.
on Jan 3, 2012 at 9:48 am
I think it's fantastic that Google is giving back and I understand the concept of giving to the community surrounding their location. Yes, I know there are probably schools that do need it within the district noted above, but I'm sure not as many as in San Jose. Silicon Valley... well guess what, San Jose is the largest portion of that. I grew up in San Jose and still live there, and I can honestly tell you that many of the kids I went to school with work for Google, Yahoo, Facebook, etc. High school students from the nineties are a big portion of today's workforce. I recently heard of my old high school possibly closing it's library because of budget cuts, what?! So why not give to San Jose? An area that actually and truly needs it!!!!
on Jan 3, 2012 at 2:42 pm
I love Google for doing this. Why not San Jose? Why not the Dominican Republic or Zimbabwe? Because they chose their home city, and what's wrong with that? Let's face it: a million dollars doesn't go very far. You can barely buy a home or start a business with that amount. When you're the donator of funds, you get to give as you wish, and I'm delighted they chose Mt. View. Thinking of the future, the trained teachers will take their skills beyond our city, and good effects will ripple out. Thanks, Google. You're the best!!