Friday, October 30, 2009

Message fron Ines, Thrill The World headquarter

28th Oct, 2009 at 8:35 PM Posted by Ines MarkeljevicCategory: General,
22,923 people danced in 32 countries and broke the Record Holders Republic! Volunteers in 278 events around the world Thrilled The World in 2009 raising over $85,000 USD for 80 charities! Official list of TTW 2009 Participant Numbers PDF will be made available soon. Start planning for 2010: Sunday, October 24 @ 04:30am GMT/UTC which is Saturday in some parts of the world. Event Registration will be open in the new year.

Monday, October 26, 2009

We did it! Congratulations, South Bay Zombies!!!

What a day! What a team! How exciting that was!
We all synchronized like a big wave and everybody had fun together.
Thank you for practicing hard to reach our goal!
Thank you for your time and skills that you volunteered to make this happen!
Without you, yes, YOU, every single zombie, we could not make it!!!

Again, we thank all of sponsors that donated the raffle prizes and refreshment (See "Sponsors" on the left). We love your products and will continue to support.

Midori and I especially thank to non-zombie volunteers; Alyn, Fujita, Herman, Hiroki, Hiromi, Judy, Keith, Ko, Koko, Matsu, Naomi, Peter, Ray, Steve, Tamaki (alphabetical order). Because they didn't get to have as much fun as we did while working so hard.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Plastic Zombies on Daily Breeze!

What fun we are having!!!
What great moments and memories the Daily Breeze photographer captured for us!!
You guys are the best!

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Synthetic Sea 合成の海

Please watch this video. (日本語訳も出ます)
Thank you for dancing for a cause with us.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Algalita reports about Garbage Patch

You became familiar with "Garbage Patch" after watching the video, "Sailing the Great Pacific Garbage Patch" that I posted on this website in September.
It's now on the front page of today's Daily Breeze!!!
The Algalita ship has just returned from the North Pacific Subtropical Gyres aka "Garbage Patch" and the Capt. Charles Moore is reporting how scary the reality is.

Dear my zombies. I am sooooo proud of you! You are the ones who guide other people to realize what is going on in the ocean. You are the leaders of our community and save our planet.
I thank each of you everyday for joining me to dance! How exciting is it to build such a great team of zombies in just two months!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
Akiko Kanna Jones