American Liberal Pinko Commie WEB designer Rick Northup explains,
"Maridawn (Meyer) Northup is a dedicated free-thinking individual, who has put together one of the nicest places to visit in the whole of Katy, Texas, It is called "Maridawn's Gifts", and is frequented from the farthest reaches of frigid Northern Minnesota, Past the dreary coasts of Washington State, and to the Heart beat of America, Montgomery, Illinois. From the Sunny Climes of Southern California to the Balmy Blasts of Virginia Beach, Virginia. Yes, people from all over America are swarming into Mari's little shop in Katy to buy Knick Knacks and Knickerbockers. Books and Book-ends. Toys for Tots and Tittilating Trinkets from Tinseltown. Where else can you mail the gift you bought for your loved one on your visit to the home state of this nations present and future president?? The word is spreading fast in the Hallowed Halls of the World Wide Web, where the name Maridawn's Gifts is synonymous with quality and satisfaction. People are visiting the new site on the Internet in droves and placing their orders now to beat the crushing rush of the holidays."
Mr. Northup elaborates on how this success has been accomplished,
"Because Frank and Mari do not have their own personal agenda, and because they
are deceptively low key, they are able to command the respect of all of the
various organizations and personalities worldwide. These people were looking for a
leader and now they believe they have found one. With their effective web page,
now the latest information is available to individuals and families in an instant .... [Mari's Gifts]
agenda does not principally benefit their personal family but rather the cause of
family stability in general."
Frank and Mari ask only that you come into the shop with an open mind and see for yourself, what has been proclaimed and documented on Rick's Photo Album that Frank and Mari's shop promotes and encourages the stability, autonomy,
and fecundity of the natural family.
There are many ways to be involved in this exciting, last-best-hope worldwide
movement of families. We hope you will join us in this quest.