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  • Support Our Kickstarter Campaign - Julian's UpFront Blog
    Support Our Kickstarter Campaign

    We’ve been approved by Kickstarter to begin a to raise $10,000 dollars between now and June 14, 2019.

    The 10, 000 will be used to develop an infomercial about DyingToKnow.Info. Our goal is to reach the millions of people reported by the Huffington Post, “they don’t have an inexpensive guide to help them get started”. DyingToKnow.Info solves this issue for all types of households who want to protect their loved ones before they pass away.

    To Support us CLICK HERE Then click the “Pledge" button and you’ll be all set!

    You will receive a confirmation email after completing your pledge.

    Kickstarter is careful to approve only qualified concepts. We will not receive the money until we have met the $10k mark. Which also means that you will only be billed when we reach the $10k mark.

    The first 1000 people who pledge $25.00 or more,will receive a PDF

    Jennifer
    Apr 29, 2019
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  • JULIAN UPFRONT- Pissed off #1 PACKAGING

    Julian- Up Front will be my “tongue in cheek” commentary in as few words as possible about anything I enjoy or am pissed about. After all, I’ve had 91 years to figure it out, and because of my age I am no longer held responsible for what I say or do because I’m probably “losing it”. If you wish to be part of my diatribe, please SUBSCRIBE now…it’s free and you’ll be able to cancel with a flick of your finger at anytime. I’ll also tell you, one at the time about forms that you might need in the preparation of your Estate Planning as seen in my terrific book atwww.DyingToKnowInfo.com . 

    PACKAGING: I believe the people who invented packaging in plastic wrap to be the worst type of sadist who ever lived. Who needs to see a light bulb through 1/8th inch of plastic that you need a machete to cut through? Not only do you practically cut

    Jennifer
    Apr 12, 2019
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  • Organ Donations
    Organ Donation and Transplant, From Webb MD2-27=2018 
    Organ Donation: The Facts: 
    At this moment, more than 123,000 people in the U.S. are waiting for an organ. One more person is added to the national waiting list every 12 minutes.

    Each of these people is in desperate need of a kidney, liver, heart, or other organ. More than 6,500 people a year -- about 21 a day -- die before that organ ever becomes available.

    A smaller number of organs come from healthy people. More than 6,000 transplants from living donors are performed each year.

    You might have wondered about donating an organ -- either to a friend or relative who needs an organ right now, or by filling out an organ donor card. Before you decide to become an organ donor, here is some important information you need to consider.

    Who can donate an organ?
    Just about anyone, at any
    Jennifer
    Apr 24, 2018
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  • Are You Responsible for a Loved One?
    When someone looks at my book, Dying To Know. Info, almost 100% of the time they will say something like, “ Oh how I wished I had something like this to give to my Mother to fill out before they died. We had such a terrible time trying to settle her affairs”. Do you know how they want to be cared for if they become terminally ill? Do you know their funeral wishes? 
    Do you know who they owe money too? Do you know about the care of their pets? These and dozens of other questions will be answered in my book.I guarantee you 100% refund and you can keep the book if you find I haven’t saved you $100’s of dollars in funeral costs, attorney, and accounting fees after this book is filled out. 
    So what do you have to lose except a great deal of money and aggravation! Please go to www.DyingToKnow.Info. Fill one out for yourself and GIVE A
    Jennifer
    Mar 20, 2018
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  • The Florist's Mistake
    On opening his new store, a man received a bouquet of flowers. He became dismayed on reading the enclosed card, that it expressed "Deepest Sympathy". 
     While puzzling over the message, his telephone rang. It was the florist, apologizing for having sent the wrong card. 
     "Oh, it's alright." said the storekeeper. "I'm a businessman and I understand how these things can happen." 
     "But," added the florist, "I accidentally sent your card to a funeral party." 
     "Well, what did it say?" ask the storekeeper. " 
     "Congratulations on your new location'." was the reply. (Thanks to Christians United).

    Let’s face it—end-of-life planning isn’t fun. The topic can seem morose, depressing -- maybe even a little scary. But it’s also a critical aspect of managing your assets and protecting your family, which is
    Jennifer
    Feb 11, 2018
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