AlterNet Editorial: We're Not Going to Get All 'Cute-sy' on You
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Rather than trying to be 'cute-sy' with you, using themes and concepts that attempt to make us look clever, we're asking you straight. Will you make an investment in AlterNet?
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Executive Editor, AlterNet.org