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I want to bring in frank del -- you are now you -- the police -- in -- at -- New Jersey.
You don't something really amazing where six months out from -- sandy and a lot of people start to forget about what people are still in need of you decided not what people forget -- what you're doing this weekend I'll miss this.
Thursday on the point third -- from -- -- -- New Jersey -- secure watched when he for.
9 AM and we're going to be on a thirty hour 106 mile.
To seaside heights let's get this straight in thirty hours you are running a 106 -- exactly.
And you're gonna stay awake the whole time you have to stay awake in order to -- -- -- -- territory it's it's it's nonstop.
And it's thirty hours no sleep.
Right through to seaside heights all right what helped inspire you to think that 106 -- miles in thirty hours might be a good idea well you know six months ago I spoke to the -- a little ferry and he had talked about how six months from the date of the storm that he was afraid that people gonna forget.
And a lot of -- residents are still hurting and then after visiting new Jersey Shore and seen the devastation.
I realized that he was right.
So I recognize that we have to do something something to make people remember something to give people hope -- something to -- -- to people who today are still suffering.
It's such a great thing anytime these these kind of catastrophes happen people immediately want to respond.
What is the long term effects of people are our airport they're still see the need six months out.
Where can people at heart you're in the area wanna come and join you at the end for the celebration -- -- -- that gonna commute -- at the midway steak house that got 3 PM.
In seaside heights.
Perfect and you are to raise money people he gets donate money to -- Ron Paul hall.
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Dot org perfect trying to make we're about raise a million dollars we're we're we're hoping to get there good luck to you thanks for what you're doing to keep -- -- -- issue alive or -- -- thank you our guys.
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