“We are the Thunderous Voice to the
Silent Victims of Domestic Violence and Texting & Driving”

- Orlando O'Neill

The Awesome Power of Giving

First, I would like a take a few minutes out of your busy life to discuss what you already might know, which is the awesome Power of Giving. Regardless of your current situation in life: family problems, health issues, financial problems or a job you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired about, you will always find somebody in a worse situation than yours. Often times and due to our human nature, it is very difficult to get out of our own shell and look around for others in need.

My Personal Testimony

Our plea to you, has nothing to do with giving some of your capital to a charity, but instead to give some of your talents and time in the form of personal involvement. I will never forget an incident that happened to me in downtown Houston with a homeless person. This gentleman was younger than me but he had a spark in his eyes impossible to ignore. Despite his torn clothes there was something about that guy that I can still remember. As I was crossing the street in the middle of a busy intersection, we both exchanged a look and at that moment all I could say to him was “good morning”. The homeless gentleman did an about face and grabbed me by the arm and said, “thank you sir, for not ignoring me”. As we continued to cross the street, he began to explain that (except for other homeless) people ignore him every day, not thinking of him as a person. I was totally speechless and that encounter will stay with me for the rest of my life. How many homeless do you see in a month? How many people do you pass every day that could use a simple smile and a greeting? It only takes three seconds to share a smile and a good morning and you will never know the impact of that brief act of courtesy.

The great John Bunyan once said

You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.

Texting & Driving

Secondly, one of our missions is to speak with you about a problem causing many deaths and it is totally unacceptable, Texting and Driving.

Here are facts and figures for your review

Our Troops

From 2003-2015, 6,800 US troops died in Iraq and Afghanistan

Our Teens

Every year, 4,015 teens die from texting and driving.

Texting vs War

MORE teens are dying annually than the average rate during Iraq/Afghanistan Wars.

Is it worth it?

It takes an average of 3 seconds for a person to read a text.

The crude reality is that you will be sharing the road with motorists in front, behind, to the left and right of you while they type and read their texts and… there is NOTHING you can do about it. You could be the best defensive driver and yet your safety and well-being is in someone else’s hands.


This plague of texting and driving is a total epidemic which has to be eradicated once and for all. You never know if Today is the day you could make a difference and SAVE A LIFE.

Tactical Key

Get the Only NO B.S. t-shirt that tells everyone about the deathtrap of TEXTING AND DRIVING”

Three things to Consider about our cause to Cheat Death and Save a Life Today


People on the street, the shopping mall and anywhere you go can’t help but read and reflect on your Life Saving t-shirt.


If you’re a biker wear this t-shirt with pride and let the motorists know to keep their eyes on the road and not read or send a L.O.L. that can cause a fellow brother’s or sister’s life. No Brain Bucket can save you when you’re sharing the Big Slab with someone texting and driving.


As a bonus, you’ll get to download and share a personal commitment contract to stop texting and driving. We urge you to please make as many copies as possible of this personal agreement and you’ll be helping others to “Cheat Death and to SAVE A LIFE TODAY”.

Go to and make a difference today!