Whew, Thank God Al Rokker is on the scene in Haiti!

In the wake of the devastating earthquake in Haiti, first responders seem to be TV news celebrity anchors and reporters. It’s good to know Anderson Cooper and fellow news stars are first on the scene, providing first hand accounts of the mass human suffering. Especially gratifying is the sight of NBC’s weather clown Al Roker,  (2008 host of Celebrity Family Feud !) reporting live wearing a red baseball cap and tan military-style shirt telling us that there is widespread chaos and devastation. Thanks, Al.

Meanwhile, everyone can help with donations of money. Click here for Google’s site for Disaster Relief:

Also accepting cash and in-kind donations are the following sites: UNICEF (1-800-4UNICEF), Direct Relief, Yele Haiti, Partners in Health, Red Cross, World Food Program, Mercy Corps (1-888-256-1900), Save the Children, Lambi Fund, Doctors Without Borders, The International Rescue Committee, Care

The following organizations are accepting SMS donations in the US only:

  • SMS text “HAITI” to 90999 to donate $10 to Red Cross relief efforts
  • SMS text “YELE” to 501501 to Donate $5 to Yele Haiti’s Earthquake Relief efforts

1 thought on “Whew, Thank God Al Rokker is on the scene in Haiti!”

  1. Rupert Murdoch has just announced that a pilot celebrity reality tv show is in progress called ” If you don't like me, go to Haiti”. First group of celeb-scum expected to participate are Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter, Jon Voit, and Ron Cristi. All will be vying for the top prize for accurately guessing the death toll attributed to the men, women, and children of Haiti”s “PACT WITH THE DEVIL”. Ron Cristi is considered the dark horse favorite despite the fact that his count will surely be doubled that of his closest competitor.


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