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2012-08-09 02:06:06 AM

Ashtrey: Wow, that seems like a lot of fallout for a bad, but not necessarily disaterous decision to duck some fundie outrage.

They seem to mostly do good work, and restored the funding.


Huh? only a small percentage of the money they raised went to actual good work - cancer screening and cancer research. Most of the money raised was to pay themselves for fundraising and in-house "cancer awareness" work which has a very broad meaning.
 
2012-08-09 02:06:16 AM
1.bp.blogspot.com.
 
2012-08-09 02:07:40 AM

geekybroad: The cashiers at Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart, Safeway, etc. just looooooove me.


All you have to do is say "no thanks".

Really, that's it, 99% of the time. That last 1%, just ignore them.

A [retracted national chain drugstore] around here had a 'buy two candy bars, keep one, we'll send one to the troops" thing going on for awhile. I just smiled and said "no thanks" instead of adding something like, oh, ]

"you don't know how much f--king time and money I spent trying to help my ex who was left out on his own dealing with PTSD after serving in Iraq, after joining post 9/11 when he thought he'd actually be fighting against those who caused 9/11 and get money for college, neither one of which happened, and I still do donate to groups that give small comforts to troops overseas but I haven't vetted your program that's mainly set up to give good PR to your company I'm sure so I'll pass".

Just smile and say no thanks. That's all.
 
2012-08-09 02:07:56 AM

Genevieve Marie: Yea, the problem here is that in the wake of this disaster of a decision, all kinds of other nasty little facts about Komen came to light, and anyone that actually cares about women's healthcare found out about all kinds of fun things- stuff like their continual refusal to fund or acknowledge research that explores environmental causes that could cause or contribute to breast cancer. They're so focused on their partnerships with major corporations that they actively work to kill off any research that could reflect badly on the products distributed by said corporate overlords.


I would be especially interested in the environmental causes research, if you have links. BOTH my parents had BC; mom died when it came back five years later, dad has 7 years survived but keeps getting sick from other stuff... and I can't help but wonder if the lovely old Kodak incinerator north of our town might have had anything to do with it. It was miles and miles away, but if you ever watch the way lake effect snow moves over Rochester, you have to wonder about stuff getting into the atmosphere from that.
 
2012-08-09 02:11:01 AM

ladyfortuna: Genevieve Marie: Yea, the problem here is that in the wake of this disaster of a decision, all kinds of other nasty little facts about Komen came to light, and anyone that actually cares about women's healthcare found out about all kinds of fun things- stuff like their continual refusal to fund or acknowledge research that explores environmental causes that could cause or contribute to breast cancer. They're so focused on their partnerships with major corporations that they actively work to kill off any research that could reflect badly on the products distributed by said corporate overlords.

I would be especially interested in the environmental causes research, if you have links. BOTH my parents had BC; mom died when it came back five years later, dad has 7 years survived but keeps getting sick from other stuff... and I can't help but wonder if the lovely old Kodak incinerator north of our town might have had anything to do with it. It was miles and miles away, but if you ever watch the way lake effect snow moves over Rochester, you have to wonder about stuff getting into the atmosphere from that.


Sigh. I could help you on that, but I just spent the last 5 hours doing other Great Lakes research and I'm spent tonight.

EIP; I can probably follow up this weekend if you'd like.

Until then, here's an awesome song about Lake Effect Snow. Seriously, they're awesome. Enjoy.

/sorry it's a Myspace link though
 
2012-08-09 02:11:52 AM
I support you in your cause to end breast cancer! Wait, whats that? You don't agree with me on everything else I think is important? How Dare you! You are a terrible organization and I will never ever support you again! Heads better roll!

Litmus tests will eventually result in us all wearing gray jumpsuits and having to get the same haircut, just to be sure we don't offend anyone.
 
2012-08-09 02:12:18 AM

geekybroad: propasaurus: SGK was never about cancer research. It is and always has been a money-making scheme. It's primary purpose is enriching its top execs. I see nothing in this announcement that changes any of that.
fark them.

And they stole the pink ribbon.

Wondering if you saw Pink Ribbon Inc. too. Any time one of my friends or family members sends some pink ribbon bullshiat on facebook, they get that lecture from me.

The cashiers at Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart, Safeway, etc. just looooooove me.

Some companies are better than others regarding this stuff, but 99% of the time they're in it for themselves, to build a warm fuzzy feeling for their brand. They don't give much, but are happy to take. Now that I clearly see things this way, I've been pretty vocal about what I think of places that uses peoples' traumas to further their bottom line.

If you want to donate to something, do your homework and find an organisation that does authentic research for cures (not just expensive drugs that need to be taken long term that "sort of" help), one that collaborates with other organisations like it, and doesn't have have a ridiculous overhead.

Pink Ribbon Inc.

is a good look at the issue.
Companies that tie their marketing into 'causes' (whether SGK or something else) always piss me off. "But our product and we'll donate to the cause up to a limited amount." fark that. Donate if you want to, or don't.
 
2012-08-09 02:12:53 AM

StreetlightInTheGhetto: geekybroad: The cashiers at Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart, Safeway, etc. just looooooove me.

All you have to do is say "no thanks".

Really, that's it, 99% of the time. That last 1%, just ignore them.

A [retracted national chain drugstore] around here had a 'buy two candy bars, keep one, we'll send one to the troops" thing going on for awhile. I just smiled and said "no thanks" instead of adding something like, oh, ]

"you don't know how much f--king time and money I spent trying to help my ex who was left out on his own dealing with PTSD after serving in Iraq, after joining post 9/11 when he thought he'd actually be fighting against those who caused 9/11 and get money for college, neither one of which happened, and I still do donate to groups that give small comforts to troops overseas but I haven't vetted your program that's mainly set up to give good PR to your company I'm sure so I'll pass".

Just smile and say no thanks. That's all.


That, and the cashiers had absolutely nothing to do with instituting the policy of begging for donations. Their bosses did.

It's exactly what we were all up in arms about some CEO doing to a cashier at Chick-Fil-A not too long ago.
 
2012-08-09 02:14:50 AM

randomjsa: Let that be a lesson to you, don't even THINK about not paying your protection money to Planned Parenthood.


i.imgur.com

"Nice foundation you've got there. Would be a shaaaame if something happened to it..."

-- noted Democratic Planned Parenthood Pimps Luigi and Dino Vercotti

/I even found one with the "D" logo for you
 
2012-08-09 02:15:45 AM

McJudo: I support you in your cause to end breast cancer! Wait, whats that? You don't agree with me on everything else I think is important?


Except that's not the problem at all. The problem is they claim to want to end breast cancer, and then cut funding to an organization that provides breast screenings to women who wouldn't normally have an opportunity to do so.

At least try to be informed about something before interjecting your disingenuous commentary into the thread.
 
2012-08-09 02:20:04 AM
Kormen?
 
2012-08-09 02:21:53 AM

StreetlightInTheGhetto: ladyfortuna: Genevieve Marie:

Sigh. I could help you on that, but I just spent the last 5 hours doing other Great Lakes research and I'm spent tonight.

EIP; I can probably follow up this weekend if you'd like.

Until then, here's an awesome song about Lake Effect Snow. Seriously, they're awesome. Enjoy.

/sorry it's a Myspace link though


No rush, my email is in my profile if you want to send something later :)
 
2012-08-09 02:23:08 AM

StreetlightInTheGhetto: ladyfortuna: Genevieve Marie: Yea, the problem here is that in the wake of this disaster of a decision, all kinds of other nasty little facts about Komen came to light, and anyone that actually cares about women's healthcare found out about all kinds of fun things- stuff like their continual refusal to fund or acknowledge research that explores environmental causes that could cause or contribute to breast cancer. They're so focused on their partnerships with major corporations that they actively work to kill off any research that could reflect badly on the products distributed by said corporate overlords.

I would be especially interested in the environmental causes research, if you have links. BOTH my parents had BC; mom died when it came back five years later, dad has 7 years survived but keeps getting sick from other stuff... and I can't help but wonder if the lovely old Kodak incinerator north of our town might have had anything to do with it. It was miles and miles away, but if you ever watch the way lake effect snow moves over Rochester, you have to wonder about stuff getting into the atmosphere from that.

Sigh. I could help you on that, but I just spent the last 5 hours doing other Great Lakes research and I'm spent tonight.

EIP; I can probably follow up this weekend if you'd like.

Until then, here's an awesome song about Lake Effect Snow. Seriously, they're awesome. Enjoy.

/sorry it's a Myspace link though


Yea, I'm definitely not the best person to ask on this, as I'm not at all familiar with the specifics of environmental causes of breast cancer. I just mentioned it because I've followed Komen's history of cozy lobbying for Republican interests.

This is a fun history of it: Link
 
2012-08-09 02:36:24 AM
Gosh, it's so great to see that Komen has finally gotten their minds right. Looks like the "tolerant" crowd has, at long last, beaten the "correct" way of thinking into those darn stubborn Komen folks. Next time Komen will think twice before standing up to the man. Ooopss....I mean the woman.
 
2012-08-09 02:40:45 AM

EnviroDude: Because killing babies in the womb is a way to prevent them from ever getting breast cancer....


Breast cancer screening is a much, much larger chunk of what PP does than abortions. Most of their locations don't even provide abortion services, they stick with referrals unless there aren't any other local alternatives.

//Primarily because they don't want to annoy local doctor's that'd otherwise be getting the business, not due to any kind of moral squeamishness, obviously.
 
2012-08-09 02:41:39 AM
Nancy Brinker, who has long been the public face of the charity, will relinquish her chief executive's role for a position focused on fundraising and strategic planning

And how is that the least bit different from the far-right political scumbaggery you've always dedicated your "charity" to, you douche?
 
2012-08-09 02:53:54 AM
In order to avoid "Truth in advertising" laws, the SGK organization will now be known as:

Susan G. Komen: Race for the CA$H.
 
2012-08-09 02:58:37 AM

BuckTurgidson: Nancy Brinker, who has long been the public face of the charity, will relinquish her chief executive's role for a position focused on fundraising and strategic planning

And how is that the least bit different from the far-right political scumbaggery you've always dedicated your "charity" to, you douche?


Sort of THIS. I couldn't care less about political differences the charity has. But the only thing they ethically justify their obnoxious self pay and positions at charities like this is that they raise lots of money and coordinate things. She isn't changing a damn thing except she's taking a pay cut. I'm sure she'll make it up on expenses.

They are only slightly less worse than call centers who purport to raise money and spend most of funds on paying the call center.
 
2012-08-09 03:01:52 AM
Wont someone PLEASE think of the boobs?
I do,all the time..........then I masturbate.......vigorously.
 
2012-08-09 03:02:46 AM

propasaurus: SGK was never about cancer research. It is and always has been a money-making scheme. It's primary purpose is enriching its top execs. I see nothing in this announcement that changes any of that.
fark them.

And they stole the pink ribbon.


She just moved over to fundraising and strategic planning. This lateral move is a hoot considering how well she handled those categories before. She must have read George W. Bush's fiction novels about leadershiat.
 
2012-08-09 03:07:48 AM

Weaver95: NowhereMon: So, the deck chairs are in their final position then?

yeah, basically.

these folks were idiots. for whatever reason, their president decided to listen to the fundies and cut funding to planned parenthood. WTF man? PP was probably the best way for them to get funding to poor and disadvantaged women in need of cancer screenings. but no, they just HAD to follow the lead of pro-life idiots and put themselves smack into the middle of a fight they didn't need.


This was all about successful terrorism. The fundies went to war against PP and anybody who supported them. SGK was afraid of being attacked also and cut funding with PP. That is how terrorism works, you attack one target so hard that anybody connected to them runs away fearing that they will be next.

What SGK learned the hard way is if you don't support your friends when under attack you lose credibility in everybody's eyes. And this isn't over for SGK by a long shot. They have shown the right and the fundies that they are weak and will fold under pressure. The next time the right wants to give oil companies a increase in subsidies or cut taxes for the wealthy and need to cut government spending somewhere to get it done, they will get their propaganda machine rolling and convince the fundies that breast cancer screening is against gods plan and get them to mount a campaign to defund SGK because they know SGK is weak and won't fight back.
 
2012-08-09 03:10:18 AM
4.bp.blogspot.com

Nancy Brinker freaked me out from the start. The beehive hair is only part of it...
 
2012-08-09 03:10:23 AM
I'm pretty sure there is a "Tit for Tat" joke in there somewhere, but it's too late and I'm way too tired....
 
2012-08-09 03:17:53 AM

McJudo: I support you in your cause to end breast cancer! Wait, whats that? You don't agree with me on everything else I think is important? How Dare you! You are a terrible organization and I will never ever support you again! Heads better roll!

Litmus tests will eventually result in us all wearing gray jumpsuits and having to get the same haircut, just to be sure we don't offend anyone.


I don't care about their politics really. The exec paychecks that came out during this was an eye opener though. It's completely gross that some people waving the "good deeds" banner are nothing more than cash vacuums. I got turned off by the Red Cross paydays too back when Bob Dole was running for President and they revealed his wife was paid $400K a year to be in charge. Filings claim Brinker got $417K for 2010-11 and then suddenly claimed to be "uncompensated" after that. Though if true was to improve her image. The previous Komen CEO got $459K. Really? That's a mighty big mountain to climb before you even have cash to start helping out. And I don't give a rat's ass what other CEOs make, this ain't Applebees, it's a charity and you should expect to not quite make what the other the guy/gal makes.
 
2012-08-09 03:19:19 AM
Do you ever notice that when the left it in this country simply decries something, they call it a firestorm, but when the right have a firestorm, it's a literal firestorm?

/Disco Inferno
 
2012-08-09 03:20:11 AM

Oznog: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 615x345]

Nancy Brinker freaked me out from the start. The beehive hair is only part of it...


Stepford model IV
 
2012-08-09 03:23:31 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: Hopefully their new president will focus more on the breast cancer research and less on the politics.

/still no hope for getting rid of all the pink ribbon crap


I'm sure a fundie is already lined up...
 
2012-08-09 03:31:23 AM

lohphat: I submitted this with a better headline.

"Komen loses another boob"

/yeah, I went there


Oooh. I like that.

/only has one for now until reconstruction. They're going to take fat and skin off of my belly and use it to make a 'frankenboob'. No really, GIS "reconstructed breasts". They look like frankenboobs. Especially with a fake nipple forced by wound string and later tatooed in attempt to color match the existing original.
 
2012-08-09 03:44:22 AM

ladyfortuna: Genevieve Marie: Yea, the problem here is that in the wake of this disaster of a decision, all kinds of other nasty little facts about Komen came to light, and anyone that actually cares about women's healthcare found out about all kinds of fun things- stuff like their continual refusal to fund or acknowledge research that explores environmental causes that could cause or contribute to breast cancer. They're so focused on their partnerships with major corporations that they actively work to kill off any research that could reflect badly on the products distributed by said corporate overlords.

I would be especially interested in the environmental causes research, if you have links. BOTH my parents had BC; mom died when it came back five years later, dad has 7 years survived but keeps getting sick from other stuff... and I can't help but wonder if the lovely old Kodak incinerator north of our town might have had anything to do with it. It was miles and miles away, but if you ever watch the way lake effect snow moves over Rochester, you have to wonder about stuff getting into the atmosphere from that.


Holy crap, get your mammograms. So sorry to see that.

Google: NIH "breast cancer" "DDT"

And then try: NIH "breast cancer" "environmental"

Then again with 'breast ' removed for overall cancer.
Mighty interesting reading.
 
2012-08-09 03:47:49 AM
so let me get this correct: a big donation[-for-profit] company, who funds PP on many levels decides to play a political card and try and score points with the religious right. When this backfires explosively in their faces, they pull an abrupt u-turn and expect everything to go back the way it was. Much to their surprise, they have to fire many of the main board members and move the founder to a supporting role, away from her formerly steering-the-boat-into-the-iceberg position. Much of their funding has dried up due to the grossly mismanaged direction of the company, and they will be living with the PR nightmare far into future.

so they removed themselves as the middle[wo]men in the donation process after forcing many persons of a wide political spectrum to find their own way to donate to PP as a result of the donation[-for-profit] company suspending their contributions ... which were made mostly by left-influenced, at least in the case of breast cancer awareness and testing, donors.

to quote Dennis Leary, "Where's the f**king problem?"
 
2012-08-09 03:52:16 AM

JustinCase:
/only has one for now until reconstruction. They're going to take fat and skin off of my belly and use it to make a 'frankenboob'. No really, GIS "reconstructed breasts". They look like frankenboobs. Especially with a fake nipple forced by wound string and later tatooed in attempt to color match the existing original.


*hug*

/has two close friends in stage IV
//humor is holding us together from going crazy dealing with it
///lost another friend @ 37, still sad when I remember
////FARK CANCER
 
2012-08-09 03:53:46 AM

Ashtrey: Wow, that seems like a lot of fallout for a bad, but not necessarily disaterous decision to duck some fundie outrage.

They seem to mostly do good work, and restored the funding.


No, no they haven't.
Planned parenthood got most of the press, but what I find more disturbing were their other funding actions at the same time; For instance, they also decided to cut funding to any research institutions that did any work with stem cells - as part of breast cancer or any other research for that matter. That cut out something like 5 of the top 7 oncology research centers IIRC, places like Johns Hopkins for farks sake.
They went full retard trying to become fundy culture warriors, but even before that they were known for both;
1) a vanishingly small percentage of money going to research after it made its way through the bonuses and management salaries and the like, and expensive lobbying for anti-abortion and GOP causes and candidates.
and
2) for being litigious as all hell against other charities.
They wanted the lions share of the donations for cancer, they wanted to keep them for themselves, and they had a political agenda.

So fark them, fark them with a rusty barbecue fork.
 
2012-08-09 03:55:28 AM

MrHelpful: "tolerant"


You know that it's not intolerant in and of itself to be intolerant towards stupidity, hate, greed, and evil, right? I am sorry if you are evil and find this offensive.
 
2012-08-09 03:57:44 AM

Ambivalence: Elandriel: The My Little Pony Killer: Hopefully their new president will focus more on the breast cancer research and less on the politics.

/still no hope for getting rid of all the pink ribbon crap

I'm sure the #1 goal will still be to sue anyone using pink to promote their advocacy. Or advocate their promotion. Whatever.

When this whole kerfluffle started, I remember it being said that it's already been established in courts that Koemen doesn't have exclusive copyrights to the pink ribbon. It can be used for any breast cancer charity.


I would think at this point other agencies would not want to challenge Komen's "right' to use the pink ribbon.
 
2012-08-09 04:09:37 AM

lohphat: JustinCase:
/only has one for now until reconstruction. They're going to take fat and skin off of my belly and use it to make a 'frankenboob'. No really, GIS "reconstructed breasts". They look like frankenboobs. Especially with a fake nipple forced by wound string and later tatooed in attempt to color match the existing original.

*hug*

/has two close friends in stage IV
//humor is holding us together from going crazy dealing with it
///lost another friend @ 37, still sad when I remember
////FARK CANCER


Thank you. *hugs back*

Laughter always helps. Remember, it wasn't a good party unless there's at least one bra twirling around on the ceiling fan in the morning.

Have them check out:

the Meta picture. Com - awesome images constantly updated
Texts from last night.com
Post secret.com
Ted.com

And the fark video section depending on attention span and eyesight... I was too exhausted to follow the plotlines on network sitcoms.

Also check out clinicaltrials.gov

It wasn't until after I was diagnosed that I learned that stage IV does not necessarily indicate terminal. I met more than a few that have been that stage for 5+ years.

Also, if it IS terminal, then can think about who they might want to "take with them" so to speak.
 
2012-08-09 04:14:54 AM

Oznog: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 615x345]

Nancy Brinker freaked me out from the start. The beehive hair is only part of it...


4.bp.blogspot.com

There's an alien lizard under that botox face. I'm sure of it.
 
2012-08-09 04:15:09 AM

lohphat: JustinCase:
/only has one for now until reconstruction. They're going to take fat and skin off of my belly and use it to make a 'frankenboob'. No really, GIS "reconstructed breasts". They look like frankenboobs. Especially with a fake nipple forced by wound string and later tatooed in attempt to color match the existing original.

*hug*

/has two close friends in stage IV
//humor is holding us together from going crazy dealing with it
///lost another friend @ 37, still sad when I remember
////FARK CANCER


Oh yeah, around 2005 in Australia they managed to GROW a new boob with all functioning glands and ductwork etc. by using stem cells. (This was on a mouse) That researcher is at Harvard now but she is working on something else. Haven't seen any mention of human trials...
 
2012-08-09 04:19:13 AM
and to take it one step further: does anyone have the fantasy of walking in on the board of directors of their most hated company/organization and just breaking out the water-boarding therapy? Group forced marches in the Gobi desert? Naked death matches in front of a revived Shala the Hutt?(the winner is torn in half and eaten, but they don't know that) Russian Roulette with an semi-auto pistol? Being forced to play the role of Paul Atreides in the next Dune remake? Being force-read the script to the next Indiana Jones movie? Clockwork Orange-style viewings of the Smurfs?

/just me, huh?
//la la la la-la-la, la l-la la la...
 
2012-08-09 04:20:23 AM

Trance354: and to take it one step further: does anyone have the fantasy of walking in on the board of directors of their most hated company/organization and just breaking out the water-boarding therapy? Group forced marches in the Gobi desert? Naked death matches in front of a revived Shala the Hutt?(the winner is torn in half and eaten, but they don't know that) Russian Roulette with an semi-auto pistol? Being forced to play the role of Paul Atreides in the next Dune remake? Being force-read the script to the next Indiana Jones movie? Clockwork Orange-style viewings of the Smurfs?

/just me, huh?
//la la la la-la-la, la l-la la la...


Hey, dude, that is too evil and uncalled for even for these hags.
 
2012-08-09 04:21:49 AM

JustinCase:
Also, if it IS terminal, then can think about who they might want to "take with them" so to speak.


Brilliant plan! Take out a cancer on humanity while the cancer takes you out and have the state pay for your remaining healthcare in prison instead of having to lose your assets to the insurance industrial complex.

I like it!
 
2012-08-09 04:25:17 AM

Gyrfalcon: Trance354: and to take it one step further: does anyone have the fantasy of walking in on the board of directors of their most hated company/organization and just breaking out the water-boarding therapy? Group forced marches in the Gobi desert? Naked death matches in front of a revived Shala the Hutt?(the winner is torn in half and eaten, but they don't know that) Russian Roulette with an semi-auto pistol? Being forced to play the role of Paul Atreides in the next Dune remake? Being force-read the script to the next Indiana Jones movie? Clockwork Orange-style viewings of the Smurfs?

/just me, huh?
//la la la la-la-la, la l-la la la...

Hey, dude, that is too evil and uncalled for even for these hags.


I'm still giggling about the smurf reference... and that song is stuck in my head
 
2012-08-09 04:29:43 AM
I think the best way to make her sister feel bad is to start terrible rumors about Susan G. Komen herself and totally tarnish her memory. I'll start.

Susan G. Komen used to wear white after Labor Day.
 
2012-08-09 04:30:49 AM

propasaurus: SGK was never about cancer research. It is and always has been a money-making scheme. It's primary purpose is enriching its top execs. I see nothing in this announcement that changes any of that.
fark them.

And they stole the pink ribbon.




Well then I'd say it's time to surrender the pink...
 
2012-08-09 04:36:58 AM

Chinchillazilla: I think the best way to make her sister feel bad is to start terrible rumors about Susan G. Komen herself and totally tarnish her memory. I'll start.

Susan G. Komen used to wear white after Labor Day.


And then she *stepped* on the ping-pong ball! Can you believe it!?

/obscure?
//mmm...strained tuna fish, clam juice and peanut butter
 
2012-08-09 04:42:47 AM

StreetlightInTheGhetto: Just smile and say no thanks

 
2012-08-09 04:46:09 AM

libranoelrose: StreetlightInTheGhetto: Just smile and say no thanks


i.imgur.com
 
2012-08-09 04:58:21 AM

lohphat: Chinchillazilla: I think the best way to make her sister feel bad is to start terrible rumors about Susan G. Komen herself and totally tarnish her memory. I'll start.

Susan G. Komen used to wear white after Labor Day.

And then she *stepped* on the ping-pong ball! Can you believe it!?

/obscure?
//mmm...strained tuna fish, clam juice and peanut butter


omFg! Get outta my head!

Auntie Mame - "I stepped on the ping pong ball"
http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dkj7i88LQ9DE&v= kj7i88LQ9DE&gl=US

I have a young gay friend that hasn't seen it yet. When he's back in town, I get to watch his face while he watches it for the first time!

/my phone GPS is Agnes, Agnes Gooch.
 
2012-08-09 05:01:15 AM

JustinCase:
I have a young gay friend that hasn't seen it yet. When he's back in town, I get to watch his face while he watches it for the first time!

/my phone GPS is Agnes, Agnes Gooch.


Next up he'll tell you he doesn't know who the Golden Girls are.

Your phone is a sponge?
 
2012-08-09 05:04:17 AM
Also a must watch:

Auntie Mame - Gin Scene

http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DlzshzHKSYfk&v= lzshzHKSYfk&gl=USA
 
2012-08-09 05:14:00 AM

JustinCase: lohphat: Chinchillazilla: I think the best way to make her sister feel bad is to start terrible rumors about Susan G. Komen herself and totally tarnish her memory. I'll start.

Susan G. Komen used to wear white after Labor Day.

And then she *stepped* on the ping-pong ball! Can you believe it!?

/obscure?
//mmm...strained tuna fish, clam juice and peanut butter

omFg! Get outta my head!

Auntie Mame - "I stepped on the ping pong ball"
http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dkj7i88LQ9DE&v= kj7i88LQ9DE&gl=US

I have a young gay friend that hasn't seen it yet. When he's back in town, I get to watch his face while he watches it for the first time!

/my phone GPS is Agnes, Agnes Gooch.


Oh my, that was just ghastly :) Love that movie and yea, gay friend of mine got me in to it.
Oh and clinky linky goodness,just in case.
/And yea I'll donate to the causes I like and try to skip the middle man.
 
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