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Friday, 8 January 2010

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Travolta's planes ready to rise to the occasion

Rising to the occasion, the Oh Boy Dough Company of Knead, California has donated a ton of dough already kneaded to the Red Cross.

This needy organization will begin baking bagels to ship overseas to our soldiers in Iraq.

The Red Cross was overwhelmed at this generous donation by the OH BOY DOUGH COMPANY and began passing out containers of the kneaded dough to their volunteers to start the baking.

By the end of the week over two million bagels were brought in by the volunteers to ready them for shipment to Iraq.

The need for transportation in getting the bagels to our soldiers has not yet been met. The Red Cross is pleading for help in obtaining the air transport needed for this worthy cause.

John Travolta has offered the use of his several personal planes and Angelina Jolie has offered her services in piloting the planes to bring the bagels to Iraq.

Travolta and Jolie have discussed the possibility of turning this event into a movie, directed by Brad Pitt. "We want the citizens of the United States to be aware of the wonderful people who have made this all possible, mainly John and I". said Jolie.

Both Travolta and Jolie in wanting to "rise to the occasion
have donned the uniform of the Oh Boy Dough Company to show their support in getting these bagels delivered.

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