Maria: Kicking the Breast Cancer Awareness Bucket

As we all know, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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14 Responses to Maria: Kicking the Breast Cancer Awareness Bucket

  1. Anonymous says:

    I haz no boobies
    Nice start keep em coming Maria

  2. Anonymous says:

    jojo
    right on maria…
    40 years and no new cures for cancer…
    really! We slash and burn human bodies with
    chemo and radiation…same thing we did
    40 years ago.
    Where did the billions go…where did the
    research dollars go? No cure.
    Pharma doesnt want a cure! doctors spending
    billios in hopsitals to upgrade cancer
    centers….they don’t want a cure.
    I’ve got it…THE CURE.
    sTOP EATING THIS CRAP…CLEAN UP THE WATER…
    BAN CIGARETTES (40% OF CANCER)…..CLEAN UP
    THE AIR…..MORE REGULATIONS ON FOOD PRODUCERS…
    MAYBE LESS SUGAR…FUCK I DON’T KNOW…BUT
    ITS BIG BUSINESS.
    THE COLONEL NEVER THOUGHT HIS 11 HERBS AND SPICES FOOD CHAIN WOULD EVER SPONSOR A
    HEALTH INTIATIVE!

  3. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    Well done Maria. Hearne says I should meet you, OK. You are a talented writer.

  4. Anonymous says:

    hearne
    Hearne also says, watch out!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Huh?
    The sad truth is there is no money in a cure, but there is BIG money in raining money research. Doctors do not make money on cures, doctors make money on treatments.

    Can you imagine the layoffs that would happen if they actually cured muscular dystrophy? What would Jerry do on Labor day? What would become of the staff of the organization? It is a perfect example of fund rasing being the focus, not actually curing anything.

    Great points Maria

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  7. Anonymous says:

    JAM
    Strange society in which we live — sexy cancer sells.

  8. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    I kind of dig the pink in the NFL.
    You have a point with: KFC
    The maker of: http://www.kfc.com/doubledown/
    Making their statement for Health and Wellness!

  9. Anonymous says:

    I haz no boobies
    Its just as outrageous as the Westport Pub Crawl for Cancer. Nothing like a bunch of twenty -somethings getting drunk to raise money for Cancer. Saw one passed out on Westport Road. Just another example of marketing for the stupid.

  10. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Follow the boob money. Very little gets into the hands of grass roots researchers. It’s a BIGGER scam than Wyclef’s Yeli Haiti Foundation.

    It’s not about FINDING a cure it’s about WANTING to find one. That’s more important. Haven’t the commie libs at KU learned you nothin’ chica?

  11. Anonymous says:

    Tory Waycaster
    Hi i am a senior in high school and for my end of the year senior project, I am researching and learning about the World Cup and Soccer in general. I have to also connect it to our curriculum and to do that i will be talking about how Britain and its culture brought soccer to the modernized sport it is today because we talked about British culture. Now where you come in.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Ptolemy
    That’s a rotten point. Why shouldn’t people licking their greasy fingers clean be contributing to the pool of breast implant recipients like the rest of us? Are they too good for charity?

    Smokers fund their own anti-cancer causes through exhorbitant cigarette taxes. The Pill has been shown to contribute to a higher risk of breast cancer. Shouldn’t Pill poppers be paying huge cancer taxes?

    Those are the questions that need to be answered. Lawrence is a haven for sentient thought like Hearne is a knowledge base on climate change.

    Go back to your OTC people!

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  14. Ms Riedel-de Haen says:

    "It’s no debate…"
    Boobs are women’s most beloved physical trait? How do we know that? How many women did you ask?

    (This) inquiring mind wants to know.

    As for being aware of breast cancer, that’s a crock… what about the other types of cancer. How about making people aware of Cancer?

    How about getting technical and actually teaching people how cancer operates at a cellular level AND showing them pictures of Stage IV patients, swollen with fluids, burned with radiation, poisoned by chemo, in unbelievably excruciating pain?

    That might be a tad more awareness-raising than a pink fucking ribbon, if you ask me…

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