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10 Responses to “Contact Elyse”

  1. James Lucente Says:

    Elyse, I manage Preston Leatherman and I just wanted to say thanks for the great write up!

    Feel free to contact me for any other Preston info in the future LucenteEntertainment@gmail.com

  2. James Lucente Says:

    Hello Elyse,
    Preston Leatherman released the first Video/single off of his upcoming EP on Friday. http://youtu.be/BdehxfySO0k

    Over 11k views so far! Would love for you to check it out and spread the word if you like. If you’re interested in an advance copy of the EP to review please let me know.

  3. Albert Kaplan Says:

    You like Mark Twain? See his photos at age 26, two images. http://www.kaplancollection.com

  4. Christine Says:

    Hi there Elyse, I am not sure if you remember me, but my name is Christine Pollock from New Zealand, we used to talk a few years back now in a chat room and your son and my daughter Kim we used to joke that they were going to get married one day, do you remember that. If you do, I would really love to do a big big catch up with you. Over the years so many things in my life has changed and now I am out on my own with no partner. Do you remember Nobadballs or Andrew, we split up 3 years ago now. I would love to hear from you.

  5. auntiethis Says:

    Hi! Love your blog – and thought you might like to know that you’ve just been posted on End Race Based Law, Congratulations!

  6. jane anne murray Says:

    both your articles on the facts and stats are soo well written! Excellent !!
    Yes, the stats speak very clearly as to how and why victims rarely come forward or voice or lay charges.
    . During the maple leaf gardens scandal, my office was just near the gardens. I had countless victims seeking private support and a safe place to process and heal. .. also.. did group sessions for the enraged and the wounded.
    Collectively they banned together, were heard, pressed on and arrests were made over a long period of time. It was trench work…but triumphant for some, tragic statistical outcomes for others..After a long time, and a lengthy process for the persistent, there was healing and victory from victimization for others.
    I appreciate your articles and shared one on my j a murray consultants fb page. Thanks again!!!


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