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Let's play 200 questions for charity

I'm running the NYC Marathon this year to raise money for Camp Interactive.

I'm about halfway to my goal, which about two weeks left--so I've come up with an idea.  For four straight nights this week, I'm going to be answering questions live on Sprouter.

I'm going to answer 50 questions per night starting at 10:30PM ET.  The suggested price per answer is a $5 donation to my fundraising.  For 50 questions per night times 4 nights times $5 a piece, I'm hoping to raise $1000. 

So come up with your best questions and catch me live tonight and almost all week at 10:30PM ET.  Donations can be made via this link:  http://www.crowdrise.com/teaminteractivemarathon2012/fundraiser/charlieodonnell

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