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2012-10-06 09:29:28 AM
Donating to breast cancer research is admirable, but methinks this is just a publicity stunt for pornhub. I'll wait for them to donate to animal shelters for all the kittens that go missing everyday.

/ also tubegalore/tubestack are much better porn aggregators
 
2012-10-06 09:37:49 AM
Of course they won't. Haven't we learned that Komen is kind of the Phelps Family of breast cancer? They just exist to sue people and be political trolls.
 
2012-10-06 09:55:28 AM
If only they were donating for every pop-up of LiveJasmin. Breast caner research would rake in untold billions within hours.
 
2012-10-06 10:10:25 AM
Pornhub.com to donate 1 cent for every 30 views of videos in "Big Tits" and "Small Tits" caregories.

That could be several billion dollars!
 
2012-10-06 10:14:03 AM
I can't stand Komen, but as a nonprofit professional for the past 25 years, I can tell you it's not asinine at all that they wouldn't accept this donation. Charities aren't obligated to accept money that doesn't come from sources aligned with their values or that might attach their brand to things that their other supporters might find unsavory. I tell charities all the time that there is such a thing as "bad" money.

CSB time: When I was with the United Way, a wealthy gentleman offered us the largest individual gift we'd ever had, with one major restriction: we had to ensure that not a single dime was used to provide any services to illegal immigrants. We could have rationalized a way to fund things that were less likely to serve illegal immigrants, but it would have set a horrible precedent. Wee turned it down. "Bad" money.

/end CSB
 
2012-10-06 10:15:05 AM

Vodka Zombie: Of course they won't. Haven't we learned that Komen is kind of the Phelps Family of breast cancer? They just exist to sue people and be political trolls.


This.
 
2012-10-06 10:25:28 AM

Bontesla: Vodka Zombie: Of course they won't. Haven't we learned that Komen is kind of the Phelps Family of breast cancer? They just exist to sue people and be political trolls.

This.


What he said.
 
2012-10-06 10:28:58 AM

Howie Spankowitz: I tell charities all the time that there is such a thing as "bad" money.


I worked for non-profits for 30 years.  Unfortunately, most don't understand the concept of bad money and also mistakenly believe there is free money.
 
I have lots of stories, but none of them are "CSB".  Sadly.
 
2012-10-06 10:37:52 AM

Elzar: Donating to breast cancer research is admirable, but methinks this is just a publicity stunt for pornhub. I'll wait for them to donate to animal shelters for all the kittens that go missing everyday.

/ also tubegalore/tubestack are much better porn aggregators


Your can find pornhub links on tubegalore, or so I'm told.
 
2012-10-06 10:40:55 AM

Fear_and_Loathing: Howie Spankowitz: I tell charities all the time that there is such a thing as "bad" money.

I worked for non-profits for 30 years.  Unfortunately, most don't understand the concept of bad money and also mistakenly believe there is free money.
 
I have lots of stories, but none of them are "CSB".  Sadly.


Exactly. Especially when you decide to accept corporate money. Corporations don't do philanthropy. They'll use the language of philanthropy, but what they do is marketing, and if you accept their money, you better know how to negotiate a gift agreement and understand the value of your charity's brand or the relationship will be imbalanced and...well, let's just say I could tell you some horror stories.
 
2012-10-06 10:59:49 AM
Donating money to "charity" is how Prop 8 got passed.
 
2012-10-06 11:48:51 AM

SilentStrider: Your can find pornhub links on tubegalore, or so I'm told.


I saw someone write "free-vidz" on a bathroom stall once. The bathroom attendant assured me that it was quite awesome, or so he had been told. Allegedly.
 
2012-10-06 12:01:04 PM
People shouldn't be donating to Komen, anyway.

There have to be other, better charities for breast cancer than that one. In fact, what does Komen exist for other than to get you to donate to them so they can have more ads about donating to them?
 
2012-10-06 12:14:15 PM

Howie Spankowitz: I can tell you it's not asinine at all that they wouldn't accept this donation.


Yeah - it's clearly a publicity grab on the porn site's part. And frankly it's more than insensitive - especially for women who have undergone radical mastectomies.

Komen would have ended up losing far more more than they gained.
 
2012-10-06 12:36:32 PM
Why the fark are they wasting their money on Komen? Donate the money to a real research group.
 
2012-10-06 12:41:30 PM

GAT_00: Why the fark are they wasting their money on Komen? Donate the money to a real research group.


I think they're just trolling. I doubt they expected Komen to say yes.
And the publicity they get for it doesn't hurt either.
 
2012-10-06 01:44:18 PM
Susan G. Komen Fraudation? Pffft!

Give it to someone who actually appreciates the boobies.

Like me.
 
2012-10-06 01:58:21 PM
Of course, there's no such thing as medium tits, C cup and under are apparently considered a small niche market for men who are gay and/or secretly pedos. Or maybe it's D cup and under now that's considered small, I'm not up on the latest trends of breast size criticisms.
 
2012-10-06 01:59:46 PM
How about we just donate to regular cancer research? I think we can stop the multimillion dollar, paint everything pink, breast cancer "awareness" campaigns. We're all aware of it by now. Breast cancer is a thing. Can we stop treating it like it's the special snowflake of cancer?
 
2012-10-06 01:59:51 PM
Money is fungible, you santctimonious asshats.

Unlike boobies.

Boobie Thread!
 
2012-10-06 02:00:21 PM

FunkOut: Of course, there's no such thing as medium tits, C cup and under are apparently considered a small niche market for men who are gay and/or secretly pedos. Or maybe it's D cup and under now that's considered small, I'm not up on the latest trends of breast size criticisms.


You sound flat.
 
2012-10-06 02:01:11 PM

NewportBarGuy: Pornhub.com to donate 1 cent for every 30 views of videos in "Big Tits" and "Small Tits" caregories.

That could be several billion dollars!


Just another cunning plan not thought through.
 
2012-10-06 02:01:22 PM
Komen is the worst, and I don't know why anyone would give them money anymore. The last straw was when they started suing any other charity that used "for the cure" in the name of any event. Remember, donations to Komen are donations to lawyers to sue other charities. Find another worthwhile cause.
 
2012-10-06 02:03:45 PM
You know, there are many other breast cancer awareness charities than SGK:FTC...

/wish they would cure cancer already, so cancer cure charities could go the way of the dinosaur
 
2012-10-06 02:04:11 PM

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: FunkOut: Of course, there's no such thing as medium tits, C cup and under are apparently considered a small niche market for men who are gay and/or secretly pedos. Or maybe it's D cup and under now that's considered small, I'm not up on the latest trends of breast size criticisms.

You sound flat.


Yes, 34D is considered tiny these days. You're right.
 
2012-10-06 02:06:15 PM

Honest Bender: How about we just donate to regular cancer research? I think we can stop the multimillion dollar, paint everything pink, breast cancer "awareness" campaigns. We're all aware of it by now. Breast cancer is a thing. Can we stop treating it like it's the special snowflake of cancer?


A man is more likely to die from prostate cancer than a woman is from breast cancer, yet we have an entire month where I have to painstakingly avoid buying pink shiat because "OMG SAVE TEH TITTEHS".
 
2012-10-06 02:06:59 PM

germ78: You know, there are many other breast cancer awareness charities than SGK:FTC...

/wish they would cure cancer already, so cancer cure charities could go the way of the dinosaur


Lol someone annoyed about charity? I'm not surprised
 
2012-10-06 02:07:47 PM

FunkOut: Louisiana_Sitar_Club: FunkOut: Of course, there's no such thing as medium tits, C cup and under are apparently considered a small niche market for men who are gay and/or secretly pedos. Or maybe it's D cup and under now that's considered small, I'm not up on the latest trends of breast size criticisms.

You sound flat.

Yes, 34D is considered tiny these days. You're right.


Pics, plz.
 
2012-10-06 02:08:23 PM
Yes, 34D is considered tiny these days. You're right.

will you have my babies?
 
2012-10-06 02:09:07 PM

FunkOut: Louisiana_Sitar_Club: FunkOut: Of course, there's no such thing as medium tits, C cup and under are apparently considered a small niche market for men who are gay and/or secretly pedos. Or maybe it's D cup and under now that's considered small, I'm not up on the latest trends of breast size criticisms.

You sound flat.

Yes, 34D is considered tiny these days. You're right.


Well, you see, often people will say something about people's perception of weight and the pat response "you sound fat" will almost always pop up at some point later in the thread. Now in this instance, you said that........oh never mind.
 
2012-10-06 02:10:12 PM
good, they shouldn't accept money generated by a cheap patronizing stunt
 
2012-10-06 02:13:26 PM

Vodka Zombie: Of course they won't. Haven't we learned that Komen is kind of the Phelps Family of breast cancer? They just exist to sue people and be political trolls.


You couldn't be more completely and utterly wrong. Someone I know was an accountant at Susan G Komen at their HQ in Dallas either right before or right after that whole controversy, and he said it was entirely a non-political event until the media decided to interpret it as such, at which point the organization was forced to make a scapegoat of their CEO over essentially nothing. Also, he said all those talk about the organization pocketing something ridiculous like 90% of the money they raised was complete bullshiat.

After that, I learned the media could be evil sons of biatches.
 
2012-10-06 02:13:32 PM

GAT_00: Why the fark are they wasting their money on Komen? Donate the money to a real research group.


OH SHIAT!
We agree on something.
 
2012-10-06 02:13:41 PM

JesusJuice: Honest Bender: How about we just donate to regular cancer research? I think we can stop the multimillion dollar, paint everything pink, breast cancer "awareness" campaigns. We're all aware of it by now. Breast cancer is a thing. Can we stop treating it like it's the special snowflake of cancer?

A man is more likely to die from prostate cancer than a woman is from breast cancer, yet we have an entire month where I have to painstakingly avoid buying pink shiat because "OMG SAVE TEH TITTEHS".


Same problem colo-rectal cancer has, no one wants to think about prostates. There's a lot of emphasis on breast self exam but a lot of people have lower abdominal symptoms they just ignore that turn out to be cancer. They nee to publicise "signs you might have bowel/ovary/prostate cancer, get your ass to the doctor pronto" more.
 
2012-10-06 02:13:53 PM

mentula: good, they shouldn't accept money generated by a cheap patronizing stunt


Right. Because cancer cares a lot about the moral high ground.
 
2012-10-06 02:14:58 PM
I work with non-profits, big and small, virtually everyday, and have worked with Komen on multiple occasions.

That being said, If you're looking to donate to the cause, my recommendation is the American Cancer Society. Great, passionate people, as far as my experience goes.
 
2012-10-06 02:15:05 PM

Howie Spankowitz: I can't stand Komen, but as a nonprofit professional for the past 25 years, I can tell you it's not asinine at all that they wouldn't accept this donation. Charities aren't obligated to accept money that doesn't come from sources aligned with their values or that might attach their brand to things that their other supporters might find unsavory. I tell charities all the time that there is such a thing as "bad" money.

CSB time: When I was with the United Way, a wealthy gentleman offered us the largest individual gift we'd ever had, with one major restriction: we had to ensure that not a single dime was used to provide any services to illegal immigrants. We could have rationalized a way to fund things that were less likely to serve illegal immigrants, but it would have set a horrible precedent. Wee turned it down. "Bad" money.

/end CSB


One of these things is not like the others,

One of these things just doesn't belong,

Can you tell which thing is not like the others

By the time I finish my song?
 
2012-10-06 02:16:17 PM

jehovahs witness protection: GAT_00: Why the fark are they wasting their money on Komen? Donate the money to a real research group.

OH SHIAT!
We agree on something.


Yes. OH SHIAT!!!
 
2012-10-06 02:19:17 PM

jehovahs witness protection: GAT_00: Why the fark are they wasting their money on Komen? Donate the money to a real research group.

OH SHIAT!
We agree on something.


ytrewq.com
 
2012-10-06 02:23:44 PM

Howie Spankowitz: Fear_and_Loathing: Howie Spankowitz: I tell charities all the time that there is such a thing as "bad" money.

I worked for non-profits for 30 years.  Unfortunately, most don't understand the concept of bad money and also mistakenly believe there is free money.
 
I have lots of stories, but none of them are "CSB".  Sadly.

Exactly. Especially when you decide to accept corporate money. Corporations don't do philanthropy. They'll use the language of philanthropy, but what they do is marketing, and if you accept their money, you better know how to negotiate a gift agreement and understand the value of your charity's brand or the relationship will be imbalanced and...well, let's just say I could tell you some horror stories.


That's the joke.

/Komen has existed solely for pinkwashing for years, who are they kidding with this?
 
2012-10-06 02:25:20 PM
Cancer Research - because looking for a cure is more lucrative than actually finding one.
Early diagnosis IS NOT a cure - just so you know.

I can prove it too.

TTFN or bannation will follow surely as the sun rises in the east
 
2012-10-06 02:25:54 PM
They should just realign the program appropriately to those who searched for "coonts". Would be more fitting.
 
2012-10-06 02:26:00 PM

SilentStrider: Your can find pornhub links on tubegalore, or so I'm told.


I have a friend that says the same thing.... I -only just trying to remember what he said here- think he said there's a lot of others too.... What is this "pornhub" anyway?
 
2012-10-06 02:26:12 PM

Howie Spankowitz: Fear_and_Loathing: Howie Spankowitz: I tell charities all the time that there is such a thing as "bad" money.

I worked for non-profits for 30 years.  Unfortunately, most don't understand the concept of bad money and also mistakenly believe there is free money.
 
I have lots of stories, but none of them are "CSB".  Sadly.

Exactly. Especially when you decide to accept corporate money. Corporations don't do philanthropy. They'll use the language of philanthropy, but what they do is marketing, and if you accept their money, you better know how to negotiate a gift agreement and understand the value of your charity's brand or the relationship will be imbalanced and...well, let's just say I could tell you some horror stories.


I'm actually curious. Do go on. The back-handed evil deeds of others are fascinating to me.

/unless it's too much trouble
//it's Fark, so there isn't anything in it for you
 
2012-10-06 02:27:04 PM

dexaline: mentula: good, they shouldn't accept money generated by a cheap patronizing stunt

Right. Because cancer cares a lot about the moral high ground.


true, we need to get the losers who need to see knobs to fight cancer to contribute. cancer fighting isn't well publicized enough and boob slobberers not intelligent enough to risk losing that money.
 
2012-10-06 02:27:22 PM

JesusJuice: Honest Bender: How about we just donate to regular cancer research? I think we can stop the multimillion dollar, paint everything pink, breast cancer "awareness" campaigns. We're all aware of it by now. Breast cancer is a thing. Can we stop treating it like it's the special snowflake of cancer?

A man is more likely to die from prostate cancer than a woman is from breast cancer, yet we have an entire month where I have to painstakingly avoid buying pink shiat because "OMG SAVE TEH TITTEHS".


Unfortunately you are 100% correct. My last two treatments made me feel so bad, I didn't even open the laptop for several days.
But another view is that without cancer, the world would be VERY overpopulated.
I'm allowed to say this because I might be one of those people. I faced the fact and have accepted it.
There's worse ways to go, but we all get our shot at some time. I just hoped it would be at least long enough to have grandchildren..

BTW...When I kick the bucket, can we have an Atlanta Fark party and have a shiatload of fun?
None of this sad crap!
Most of my family doesn't know because they go off the deep end.
I prefer people getting shiatfaced drunk and talking about being surprised after all of the broken bones, snake bites, jealous husbands, etc, I made it this long.

Oh, and I am feeling better this week.
 
2012-10-06 02:31:19 PM
I find it interesting there is never talk of male breast cancer. Ever. 1% of cases are male...
 
2012-10-06 02:33:31 PM
I like the gagging vids. Anyone support throat cancer charities? I'd like to think myself moral while enjoying my depravity.
 
2012-10-06 02:33:46 PM

xen0blue: he said it was entirely a non-political event until the media decided to interpret it as such


They brought in a far right-wing conservative that failed in a bid to become Georgia's governor. The person had already made an effort to defund PP through the political process and was a very outspoken critic of abortion.

The idea of creating ridiculous rules about organizations under investigation (PP being the victim of a congressional witch hunt) was purely political. And, during this time, they continued to support PSU despite the federal investigations. It was 100% political. It was an "abortion is evil" crusade led by Karen Handel.

Of course, if Susan G. Komen hired a devout anti-abortion activist as their senior vice-president of public policy and didn't expect her to make up a bullshiat reason to stop funding Planned Parenthood, then maybe they are stupider than I thought.
 
2012-10-06 02:34:22 PM

yet_another_wumpus: Howie Spankowitz: Fear_and_Loathing: Howie Spankowitz: I tell charities all the time that there is such a thing as "bad" money.

I worked for non-profits for 30 years.  Unfortunately, most don't understand the concept of bad money and also mistakenly believe there is free money.
 
I have lots of stories, but none of them are "CSB".  Sadly.

Exactly. Especially when you decide to accept corporate money. Corporations don't do philanthropy. They'll use the language of philanthropy, but what they do is marketing, and if you accept their money, you better know how to negotiate a gift agreement and understand the value of your charity's brand or the relationship will be imbalanced and...well, let's just say I could tell you some horror stories.

That's the joke.

/Komen has existed solely for pinkwashing for years, who are they kidding with this?


CSB
A company I worked for years ago had annual runs for United Way, Komen and some other popular charities. One year, during the Komen drive, the company that was contracted for my employer's food service was pushing an awareness menu. A special lunch and a pink frosted cupcake. I asked how much from the sales of the cupcakes were going to Komen. Answer, none.
/CSB
 
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