As hundreds of admiring fans bid Wilmer Valderrama an enthusiastic farewell as he headed to the airport in Brownsville, Texas, it was clear this is a passionate community filled with people who are proud of their home, heritage and stories. Johnnie Walker joined forces with Valderrama, celebrated actor, director and activist, to travel to the U.S.-Mexico border to showcase the stories of Americans raised in close proximity to the border and the impact of cross-cultural influences on their personal progress.
This journey to the U.S.-Mexico border was part of Johnnie Walker’s new campaign, Keep Walking America, which celebrates the cultural progress and diversity that is shaping the new face of America today. While on the border, Valderrama got up close and personal with the people and places that define this iconic border town. He walked the fence-line of the border along the Rio Grande, witnessed the daily ebb and flow of people crossing the International Bridge, and spoke with several hometown heroes to learn about their dreams, struggles and stories of personal progress.
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Life is unpredictable and can be even more so when you have allergies. During this fall allergy season, your runny nose, sneezing or itchy, watery eyes just might earn you top honors in Allegra's new Allergy Adventures contest on Facebook. Allergy sufferers are invited to upload a short video showing their daily challenges with allergies for a chance to win $5,000 toward a fun-filled adventure where they can enjoy life – without worrying about allergies.
Over 40 million adults suffer from indoor and outdoor allergies in the United States. During the fall, many people suffer from allergy triggers such as ragweed and dust mites. The contest is meant to help people say farewell to disruptive allergy symptoms now that fast (starts working at hour one), long-lasting, non-drowsy relief is available over-the-counter from Allegra.
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VÃdeo de despedida: Una terrorista suicida ve en la matanza de sionistas su pasaporte al cielo Reem Riyashi, HamÃ¡s, antes del atentado en que matÃ³ a 4 personas, sitio web de HamÃ¡s, 2004 2009 Soy la mÃ¡rtir Reem Saleh Riyashi, Quisiera que los miembros destrozados de mi cuerpo fueran esquirlas para hacer pedazos a los sionistas, y golpear a las puertas del paraÃso con los crÃ¡neos de los sionistas. CuÃ¡ntas veces dije a mi alma: "Oh alma, si aborreces a los sionistas, enemigos de mi religiÃ³n, mi sangre serÃ¡ el sendero al ParaÃso ". Desde el octavo grado he luchado, buscando a diario gente para que me guÃe, me escuche y me ayude. CuÃ¡ntas veces he querido cumplir una misiÃ³n de Shahada (martirio) dentro de Israel, y gracias a mi perseverancia y por gracia de AlÃ¡, mi deseo se cumpliÃ³.
Terrorist's Farewell Video: Female suicide terrorist sees killing Zionists as her ticket to heaven Reem Riyashi, Hamas, before her attack killing 4, Hamas website, 2004 2009 I am the Martyr Reem Saleh Riyashi, I hoped that the shredded limbs of my body would be shrapnel, tearing Zionists to pieces, knocking on heaven's door with the skulls of Zionists. How often I spoke to my soul: "Oh soul, if you loathe the Zionists, enemies of my religion, my blood shall be my path to march to Heaven". Since 8th grade I have striven, seeking people daily to guide, listen, and help me. How often I desired to carry out a Shahada-Seeking (suicide) operation inside Isreal, and by perseverance, and with Allah's grace, my wish was fulfilled.