HomeNoted ElsewhereBoobie-Thon 2004!!! Boobie-Thon 2004!!! Kevin October 1, 2004 Noted Elsewhere 4 Comments The Third Annual Blogger Boobie-Thon is a fun way to do serious good – raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Donate now! Did I mention there’s boobies? Yes they’ve got both types – female and male. Don't call me a Blogger You're Fired, Again Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestPrintTumblrPocket Related Posts Tidbits Blog Chicks Pix – Armed And Dangerous Wizbang To Be Sued? About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 4 Comments pylorns October 2, 2004 here at wetwired, we’re doing our part too as far as helping out (its funny) http://www.wetwired.org/2004/10/blogging-for-boobies.html firstbrokenangel October 2, 2004 Men! Honest to God, you’re all sickos. Since the pink ribbon stands for breast cancer, when I was doing medical transcription for doctors way back for a long friggin time getting it back the next day, there was a case where this young man had two mastectomies, chemo, the whole gamit, and still it spreaded everywhere. Poor thing. As for me when they say “How about a mammogram, I say No Thanks!!” Have fun with your boobies, boys. 🙂 ~C firstbrokenangel October 2, 2004 How come they don’t have a color for testicular cancer? Guys are supposed to check themselves at least once a month, too, but most don’t know it. When it comes to women, their related testicles are their ovaries and not much can be done to check them for cancer. Every once in awhile, I’ll toss in a CA125 test but I already know it’ll be either cancer or heart – came from Woburn, MA – where “A Civil Action” took place and I still don’t think it’s all cleaned up. Got into my mother’s family genetics and everyone I ever knew on 3 streets growing up was sick with something – including me. Now I can actually add stroke to my list. Genetics and environment are great. Now that I think about what was in the water and in the ground and what got into my mother’s family’s genetics, I often wonder what’ll happen to the Iraqi’s with all that crap they have in their water, in their ground, and in their genetics. I know, out of context but nonetheless true. So don’t forget guys, you need to be checked too. Me? Hell with it – I’m not going through that crap or treatment – uh huh, no way in hell. No one in my family ever survived it and my mother was dead before she was 64. She has 14 years on me, I doubt I’ll be around that long. I know you just do it for the boobies part..anyway! You’re so transparent!! 🙂 ~Cindy Stacy October 3, 2004 Thank you for the plug, Wizbang. We at the Boobie-Thon appreciate it.