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J.P. Myers, an L.A. local, Through that conversation, so Myers picked up a copy of Steve Goldstein’s book,s R., to dig up more information.

Goldstein and Myers reached out to a number of local cemeteries around Los Angeles, only to get turned down by every single one. Finally, they contacted Tyler Cassity, owner of Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Hollywood Forever is the final resting place for hundreds of big-name celebrities such as Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, Hattie McDaniel and Johnny Ramone, to name a few. Cassity, an animal lover, immediately recognized the impact that Toto had on American culture and graciously offered to donate the VIP plot and the memorial marker for Toto. It was agreed that the plot should be deeded to an animal group so that Toto’s gravesite would always be protected and well cared for. Cassity suggested FixNation, and Myers and Goldstein quickly agreed. FixNation has been fixing the feral cats at Hollywood Forever for some time now, in coordination with the cemetery and its caretakers.

A dedication ceremony will be held on Saturday, June 18th at 11:00 a.m. at Hollywood Forever Cemetery to unveil the new grave site and marker. The ceremony will be open to the public, so please come out and join! All parties will come together to celebrate and give tribute to this little dog’s big achievements. Thanks to the heart and vision of Myers, Goldstein, Cassity and Hollywood Forever, little Toto will be honored with the recognition this little legend so worthily deserves.

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If you’re having difficulty with 토토 you could attempt a course or various other academic content. On July 4, Africa got its own top-level domain (TLD). and the .

It’s early days, but people are using this new piece of digital real-estate to make their mark online. People like Dylan Beattie, a software developer from Kenya (which is in Africa), who is now based in London (which we’re reliably informed isn’t in Africa).

Beattie registered downin.africa. Yes, you can see where this is going, can’t you? Visiting ibless.therains.downin.africa brings you to this masterpiece; a website where Toto’s Africa is played on a perpetual loop. It’s like Spotify, but better.

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