|Quoting TheSorcerer (Reply 2):|
Quoting Sunshine79 (Reply 1):
we are banned from wearing them.
|Quoting AeroWesty (Reply 10):
They're "trendy." Just like those friendship bracelets a few years ago.
|Quoting S12PPL (Reply 21):|
I wear the livestrong bracelet to support cancer research, and an eventual cure someday I hope.
If I could get a breast cancer one, I would, to wear in memory of my mother.
|Quoting AeroWesty (Reply 10):|
Order me a few. They appear to be able to work double-duty.
|Quoting RobertNL070 (Reply 14):|
They are a little too snug, well for me anyway
|Quoting RootsAir (Reply 15):|
|Quoting Captaink (Reply 24):|
I would like to wear the livestrong one, but how do you know if it is real? There are so many fake ones.
|Quoting Jpax (Reply 12):|
|Quoting Mhodgson (Reply 19):|
Nope - When they started it was fine, a decent cause etc... then every cause had a bracelet, and a number of shops started selling ones matching the popular causes but without any proceeds going to them - at this point it was evident that they were becoming a fashion accessory rather than a statement!
|Quoting AsstChiefMark (Reply 23):|
Did you know you can make one of those bracelets using C-4?
I wonder if Homeland Security knows this. For that matter, I wonder if CNN and MSNBC know this.
|Quoting Longhornmaniac (Reply 31):|
Even though you can only buy them in 10 packs, consider it a $10 donation to the Lance Armstrong Foundation
|Quoting Airwave (Reply 32):|
Okay, legitimate question here--if you buy them directly from the Foundation, since it's a charity donation, can you list it as such on your taxes?
|Quoting Airwave (Reply 35):|
Ah, brilliant, thanks. I wasn't asking you specifically, just quoting you--sorry if it seemed otherwise. Thanks for digging around, though.