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My-goodness.org

About MY GOODNESS

The My Goodness Network Project is our non-profit initiative developed to help directly aid homeless & “at-risk” individuals and families. Ostensibly an E-commerce site at it’s core (without the profits), The My Goodness Network is built on the premise of two simple ideas:1) Philanthropy should be an enjoyable practice.- MGN will allow donating users to connect with members of the network by giving them the freedom to select to whom their donation will go, and specifically, what that donation will purchase for the chosen recipient.- Donators will be rewarded with “MGPoints” (that will serve as currency towards exclusive My Goodness merchandise) & a sense of philanthropic pride, the greatest reward of all.2) Charity should be an effective practice.- MGN will ostensibly follow the current “Special Assistance Program” model, which allows our affiliated homeless and “at-risk” friends to receive items, goods, and/or services they have specifically requested.

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MY GOODNESS Patents

MY GOODNESS has filed 1 patent.

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3/29/2011

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Latest MY GOODNESS News

‘My Goodness, the Skills It Takes!’: Pentagon Spokesman Swoons Over Air Force Refuelling Video

Jul 26, 2021

Sputnik International © Photo : Twitter / @PentagonPresSec https://sputniknews.com/military/202107261083464820-my-goodness-the-skills-it-takes-pentagon-spokesman-swoons-over-air-force-refueling-video/ The first experiments in aerial refueling began in 1920s, less than 20 years after the invention of the airplane. However, the exercise only became common practice in in early 1950s, when the US and its allies found a way to keep long-range bombers meant to nuke Eastern Europe and China in the event of war in the air for longer. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby expressed his excitement and admiration over the skills of US military pilots involved in the mid-air refuelling of a Boeing E-4B airborne command post aircraft, posting a short video of the procedure on Twitter. An E-4B refuel mid-flight simply never gets old. My goodness, the skills it takes! Great flying by these aircrews. Thank you so much. pic.twitter.com/ZRxXPOd84O “An E-4B refuel mid-flight simply never gets old. My goodness, the skills it takes! Great flying by these aircrews. Thank you so much,” Kirby wrote.

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