Julie Apicella has shared this heartbreaking back to school photograph to raise awareness of childhood cancer. She has urged people to take part in The Go Gold Project in which Facebook users add a gold ribbon to their profile picture. 8-year-old Emily passed away in December 2015 after a three year battle with cancer.
Posting the two pictures on Facebook, Julie wrote: “School photo time – obviously someone very special missing – my daughter Emily. Her post reads:
“Imagine if your school photo this year is the LAST you will ever be able to take and will just be a memory to remember. I have asked my friends and family to change their profile pics to go gold – it takes seconds and you don’t have to donate any money or your spleen in doing so. Nearly everyone on my list has children or family members and this could be your reality in the future – one in 285 children will get a cancer diagnosis.“
Yo where’d all the gold go after Goldar was defeated? like imagine seeing a giant gold nugget casually land in your lawn like it was the sunday paper??? where’d it all go dude? I got college to pay for bro where the remains of the colossal gold monster go???
Have you ever found yourself wanting a metric ton of DAI music? Have you ever thought to yourself, aw man, DAI’s soundtrack was 15 hours shorter than I wanted it to be? If that sounds like you, then this is a link for you.
I’ve ripped all the music from this game - that is, all the ambient snippets of music that you hear while running around in the world, and all the music that happens in cutscenes - and it turns out there’s 16 hours (1.6 gigs) of it.