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Nostalgia: Old Posts From The Truth About Blondes

I’ve had this blog now for a long time. It has become more of a thing for me now than it used to be. I started it when I was in college and would just post every now and then. 196 more words

Thoughts

The Daily Show reminds us "pink fracking" against breast cancer is the most ridiculous thing ever

By now, everyone knows pink equals breast cancer awareness: As The Daily Show’s Samantha Bee notes, the tradition started by the Susan G. Komen Foundation extends to everything from T-shirts to fried chicken to yogurt. 73 more words

Climate & Energy

No fear of the camera!!

It was about more than digs and spikes.

When Coupeville High School closed its volleyball season Thursday at home against Port Townsend, cancer awareness was also high on the bill. 171 more words

CHS Wolves

Activists To Protest Oil Firm’s Donation To Breast Cancer Advocacy Group

PITTSBURGH (AP) – Activists are protesting an oil and gas firm’s $100,000 donation to a major breast cancer advocacy group.

The activists say the Susan G. 191 more words

News

Susan G. Komen: Fracking for the Cure

The Susan G. Komen Foundation has announced an alliance with Baker Hughes, a major supplier to the Fracking industry. They have committed to contribute $100,000 to the Korman Foundation, and will be painting 1,000 of their drill bits bright pink in order to celebrate the year-long alliance. 306 more words

Just A Thought

Parking, traffic shouldn't be a problem for Memphis-MidSouth Race For The Cure

COLLIERVIELLE, Tenn. – Around 12,000 are expected to take part in the Memphis-MidSouth Race for the Cure Saturday, October 25 and organizers say it should be easier than ever to take part. 169 more words

News

Komen Maryland Provides Hope and Love for Families

Six years ago, Amanda Brannan and her family gathered together on a chilly Sunday morning to participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in honor of her mother, Joan Brannan, a current breast cancer survivor at the time. 798 more words

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