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adding page this day..


“If you’re losing hope, you’re not doing enough.” More from @MarkRuffalo on rallying around causes we care about:

not doing enough..? or not free enough to be doing what matters..

there’s a nother way mark.. ie: hosting-life-bits via self-talk as data…

do what you can

rather.. what  you can’t not..

send funds.. show up.. gather..

let’s go deeper..

set your intention

your curiosity

keep living your life in meaningful way

rev of everyday life.. as the day.. [aka: not part\ial.. for (blank)’s sake…]

they want you to fell despair

who’s they.. can’t do binary.. has to be all of us


never in history of our nation have all tribes come together on one issue

these are peaceful protestors

put on hold after being put on hold



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Mark Alan Ruffalo (/ˈrʌfəl/, born November 22, 1967) is an American actor, director, humanitarian, social activist and film producer.

He made his screen debut in an episode of CBS Summer Playhouse (1989), followed by minor film roles. He was part of the original cast of This Is Our Youth (1996), for which he was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. Following were his roles in 13 Going on 30 (2004), Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004), Zodiac (2007), and What Doesn’t Kill You (2008). In 2010, he starred in the psychological thriller Shutter Island and the comedy-drama The Kids Are All Right. For the latter, he received nominations for the SAG Award, BAFTA Award, and an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred in the mystery films Now You See Me and Now You See Me 2as FBI Special Agent Dylan Rhodes.

Ruffalo gained international prominence by portraying the Marvel Comics character the Hulk in The Avengers (2012) and Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015). He starred in and was the co-executive producer of the 2014 television drama film The Normal Heart, for which he was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movieand he won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actor in a TV Movie. The same year, he portrayed Dave Schultzin Foxcatcher, for which he was nominated for awards, including a Golden Globe, and an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 2015, he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for Infinitely Polar Bear and also received BAFTA and Academy Award nominations for his role in the drama Spotlight.


spent close to a decade working as a bartender


After completing work on the film The Last Castle, Ruffalo was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma, a type of brain tumor, and had surgery; the tumor was benign, but resulted in a period of partial facial paralysis. He recovered from the paralysis; however, he became deaf in his left ear as a result of the tumor.

On December 1, 2008, Ruffalo’s brother, Scott, was shot at his Beverly Hills condominium, and died a week later.


In 2008, Ruffalo expressed concern that gas companies were eyeing his family’s land in Callicoon, New York. After doing his own investigation, New York magazine wrote, he becomes “anti-fracking’s first famous face.”

On October 4, 2010, Ruffalo appeared on The Rachel Maddow Show to discuss hydraulic fracturing and the FRAC Act of 2009. He claimed in the December 2010 issue of GQ magazine that after he organized screenings in Pennsylvania of a documentary about natural-gas-drilling called Gasland, he was placed on a terror advisory list. The Department of Homeland Security denied the claim.

The Solutions Project is an organization formed by engineering professor Mark Z. Jacobson (Stanford University), documentary filmmaker/activist Josh Fox and Mark Ruffalo, with the aim of moving The United States towards 100% renewable energy, including the use of wind power and solar power. The organization says this energy transition is mainly social and political in nature, not technical.

In 2014, Ruffalo spoke out against Israel’s Operation Protective Edge, Israel’s 7-week war against Hamas, tweeting: “Israel destroys el-Wafa hospital as staff evacuates all patients”. After receiving criticism for defending Palestinians, Ruffalo responded: “Sorry, I thought blowing up Hospitals was something that all human beings could agree was off limits.” Finally, in response to accusations of anti-Semitism, Ruffalo responded, citing a Tikkun Daily article: “Empathizing w/ Gaza does NOT make me anti-Semitic, nor pro-Hamas or anti-Israel. It makes me human.”

In 2016, Ruffalo narrated and produced Dear President Obama: The Clean Energy Revolution Is Now, a documentary by director Jon Bowermaster which looks at President Obama’s environmental tenure and legacy concerning the massive expansion of oil and natural gas drilling.

He has actively been involved in the protest of the pipelines in the Dakotas taking place at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.

standing rock – #nodapl