Jenny started out as a comedienne until she got a gig as host of a syndicated talk show down in the States ......, and did that until about ten years ago, when she retired from show business.
Since then Jenny has given large and small amounts of money to causes that are important to her, and the latest was a gift of $100,000- to help refurbish the children's playground here in Springbank Park.
(I took my kids there to play when they were little, and apparently Jenny went there a lot as a kid as well.)
The money will be well spent, and for this thoughtful gift I am making Jenny our "Winner of the Day!"
Folks, the following article is important to every man, woman and child ....., not just younger people on social blogs like Facebook!
This new "app" is going to catch on like wildfire, but in spite of that ....., IT'S A REALLY BAD IDEA! (Read the article and then I'll explain why!)
Here’s the gist: Users will be able to give one- to five-star ratings of people with reviews — bad or good. Even non-members can be added by an individual plugging in the phone number of the person they want to rate. That person will subsequently receive a text with a notification that the profile was created for them and “they should check out what you said about them on our app.” Positive ratings go live right away while negative ones are queued in a private inbox for 48 hours, giving time to raise disputes. For unregistered users who can’t raise issue with unfavorable assessments, profiles only reveal glowing feedback.