Death To Normalcy

photo(29)On Saturday March 1st, for the third year in a row, I ran AMOK–Annual Melee Of Kidness. It’s organized by The Random Act. You may have heard me speak of them recently. They are who we (myself and OSS Tradeshows) are raising money for during the Eternal Nights vampire ball this coming October. I’m so excited! So much to look forward to this year. But I digress… This year I decided to go more low key in comparison to what I’ve done the two previous years.

I managed to wrangle up a freind who had done GISHWHES with me this past August to run AMOK with me, and I talked my cousin into being my camera man.  With little gift bags filled with Hugs N Kisses, we headed to West Edmonton Mall and we handed them out to those who work in retail. The variety of reactions was great! Most people were very delighted to be recognized. Some where completely shocked that we wanted to do something nice for them and that we asked nothing of them in return. There were also a few people who were just weirded out by the fact we were beign nice. Ha! Over all, it was a great success! You can see us running AMOK 2014 here. If you are curious… AMOK 2012 & 2013.

For those who live in LA, they were able to meet up with Misha Collins (co-founder of Random Acts) and run around with him on Sunday.

AMOKmishaSo, to sum it up briefly… AMOK 2014 was a success, from my experience, to what I’ve seen from other Amokaneers on twitter and Facebook. It’s heartwarming to know that there are so many people who embrace #DeathToNormalcy as much as I do and want to take over the world, one random act of kindness at a time!

 

 

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