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Superhero Fan ‘Electron Boy’ Dies at 14 After Battle with Cancer
 

His real name was Erik Martin, but many people inspired by the terminally ill young superhero fan knew him simply as his alter ego, Electron Boy. Last year, the Make-A-Wish foundation helped Martin bring his superhero dreams to life in Seattle, where he donned an original Electron Boy costume for an elaborately planned adventure that involved saving the day on the Space Needle and capturing the villains. He even got his very own comic book.

Martin passed away at home on Friday. He was 14 years old. Since his death, the Fans of Electron Boy page on Facebook has transformed into a landing page for tributes from the many people who followed his story and have been touched by his death; he will clearly be missed. (Thanks, Justin)

I remember Electron Boy! He saved the Sounders, I remember reading about it in the papers. Maybe my favorite piece of Seattle news.

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What’s thriftier than a thrift store? In Baltimore, Portland, San  Francisco, and other cities scattered across the United States and  Europe, free stores—shops that offer goods at no cost—are a practical  protest of consumer culture.
The concept is simple: People bring in good-quality items they  no longer want or need (toasters, air mattresses, artwork, clothing);  and people who want or need those items take them home, free of charge. Keep reading …

Coolest thing I’ve read all week…

Interested in starting up a free store or market in your city? Check out the tips offered by Green Americanand the Really Really Free Market for finding a location, attracting volunteers, and gathering items to give away.

Start organizing and making change y’all!

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lemonyfreshvictory:

newwavefeminism:

utnereader:

What’s thriftier than a thrift store? In Baltimore, Portland, San Francisco, and other cities scattered across the United States and Europe, free stores—shops that offer goods at no cost—are a practical protest of consumer culture.

The concept is simple: People bring in good-quality items they no longer want or need (toasters, air mattresses, artwork, clothing); and people who want or need those items take them home, free of charge. Keep reading …

Coolest thing I’ve read all week…

Interested in starting up a free store or market in your city? Check out the tips offered by Green Americanand the Really Really Free Market for finding a location, attracting volunteers, and gathering items to give away.

Start organizing and making change y’all!

oh man, this seems neat!!

OH GOD TAKE MY BED AWAY

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