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Wildlife Charity Art Auction for Conservation Efforts


Take a look at the Art  Auction that’s starts today   Monday, August 28th  at 10am E.T.   for a great cause.   This  auction  goes on through Next Monday Sept 4th so you have lots of time to look over any pieces that catch your eye to bid on!

Go to  the site that is hosting this great event for  Fight For Rhinos   called  Bidding Owl.  They have hosted this event before two years with other great pieces for this same Non-Profit.

Please take a little time out of your busy day and have a look. Also, if you know someone that is interested as well in art or  overall likes contributing to a worthy cause, please share this post or link to the auction site.

Even if you don’t see a piece you might like to buy you also may donate any amount you see fit  from  $1  to   Million !    🙂   It ALL counts in the end…. a little or a lot goes a long way!

Thanks guys!





I have a friend named Jason Roth, who is a up and coming filmmaker who is currently in the process of producing a full length no holds bard animated movie that looks to be a smash. He’s picked up some prominent actors to do some of  the voice overs for the movie. One you might know very well if you have ever seen the Vampire Flick, Dusk before Dawn. He has also appeared in Zombie Apocalypse:Redemption, and many more movies. He goes by the name of FRED “THE HAMMER” WILLIAMSON , and did  I forget to mention  also  a former professional football star.  Please check out the informational link above to the Sticky Fingers Site if you would like to help out in this endeavor.




Fred Williamson at work doing voice over the Animated Movie

and these guys don’t work for peanuts!

So give any donation you can afford to keep this project up and running!  $5, $10,$25…..$100,   your left kidney…we can sell it on the black market we have connections!

Seriously check out  the site :  STICKY FINGERS BEGATHON 2013  to see what the project  is all about…and donate donate!   Did I say donate!

This is how the little guys gets big…how do you think Steven Spielberg started out? He begged, borrowed, and stole from his friends!