To The Onion: I wish to protest a particular item for sale in your on-line store: http://store.theonion.com/product_info.phpproducts_id=190 There are over 10 million Americans living with cancer today. 1,444,920 are expected to be diagnosed in 2007. Each of these people will require no small amount of compassion and encouragement to conquer the disease. The bracelets you are attempting to parody are not a symbol of one person\'s athletic accomplishments, but the embodiment of a movement for all cancer survivors. Humor is a strong component of successful treatment and healing. However, instead of providing humorous commentary on the state of professional sports, you have demeaned a charitable cause.
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John, United States2 years ago Comments: wgats wrong with the bracelet. your hero lance is in a pickle now w/ recent charges. I went to high school with him and he's an asshole anyway. buy the ones you like and take a joke since you are a joke yourself.
Mathias Rodriguez, United States3 years ago Comments: Hahahaha. They discontinued these bands, so I had one custom ordered from a different website. You sticklers can deal with it.
fixeh skidder, United Kingdom4 years ago Comments: Where can I buy the "Cheat To Win" wristband? They don't seem to sell them anymore. Pity, they're represent the spirit of cycling quite well. Those and the HTFU ones...
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