Ellen found a rather interesting commercial for the newest advances in Apple’s iPhone. Check it out.

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Dominique McClain
264 days ago

OMG I thought the little robot was really part of the commercial, but when it was like you do look prettier with make-up, I was like, uh uh, no way!

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Joshua Mezzacapo
317 days ago

Hi Ellen and staff,

I am writing you today to share an incredible story that has people all over our city of Erie, PA roaring with compassion. Although I do not know Sarah and Jason O'Neill nor did I have the opportunity to meet their daughter Alyssa Josephine O'Neill (#ajo), their kindness has had people all over the WORLD displaying random acts of kindness and has made our city extremely proud. Alyssa was a cheerleader at a local college here in Erie, Penn State Behrend as well as a graduate from Erie McDowell High School. Sadly Alyssa was diagnosed with Epilepsy in 2012, and passed away Sept 4, 2013 from this deadly illness. During the last conversation she had with her mother via Twitter, Alyssa had express how much she had wanted to try a Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte as both her and her mother love Pumpkin. Sadly she was never able to go with her mother for that latte. Suddenly the hashtag #ajo movement was born in her memory. Days later, her mother and father went to a local Starbucks and donated $40 dollars to purchase the Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL) for total strangers, their only request, put the name #AJO on each latte. This immediately sparked the interest of our community and spawned a flurry of pay it forward gestures like I have never before seen. It was absolutely incredible! By the end of that weekend, Starbucks had a line out of the door for 11 straight hours selling completely out of coffee and generating hundreds upon hundreds of dollars in donations and thus AJO Forever @ajo4ever was born. The days that ensued were incredible, people from all over the globe have been taking pictures of these acts of genorsity and posting them to social media sites such as Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #AJO, and in just over 6 hours of creating a memorial website for their daughter on facebook, it had generated of 15,000 likes and they now also have over 14,500 pictures tagged on Instagram! Ellen and team, I am begging you, please join the #ajo movement. Together we can keep the spirit of a beautiful soul alive, spread awareness for Epilepsy, and help the world become a kinder place. Ellen the Generous please join our community in helping us to keep this movement alive, the smallest acts of kindness go the longest way! Thank you so much! - Josh

I have included a few links to the news story for your convenience.

http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2013/09/14/teens-death-pro...

also check out GoErie, and ErieTVNews! Thank you again!!!

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Marla Davis
317 days ago

Hello -

I don't have a comment, but I do have a question. I have been entering for free giveaways, and I've always used my PO Box address. But since I've just entered the TV giveaway, I entered my physical address, since I was thinking that something of that size would have to be delivered to the physical address. My question is could something of that size be delivered to my PO Box address since that's where all my mail and packages are delivered? If no, that's okay, I'll keep the address the way it is now entered. But if it can be delivered to a PO Box, I would like to revert back to that. My PO Box was 413, same city, state and zip. Is this at all possible?

Thank you.

Marla Davis

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