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The Cure

September 29th, 2006 by Bunny

A man with a bad stomach complaint goes to his doctor and asks him what he can do.

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Facts About Men

September 28th, 2006 by Bunny

1. Men like to barbecue. Men will cook if danger is involved.

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Marketing For Women

September 28th, 2006 by Bunny

Many women don’t understand Marketing. Perhaps the following analogies will help clear it up.

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Wal-Mart Greeter

September 27th, 2006 by Bunny

A very loud, unattractive, mean-acting woman walks into Wal-Mart with her two kids in tow, screaming obscenities at them all the way through the entrance.

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Best Irish Joke of 2006

September 27th, 2006 by Bunny

John hoisted his beer and said, “Here’s to spending the rest of me life, between the legs of me wife!” That won him the top prize at the pub for the best toast of the night!

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Liver Damage

September 26th, 2006 by Bunny

Good news, boys! Liver damage is reversible!  Drink up!

A cheap and readily available drug could reverse severe liver disease, even in patients who find it impossible to give up booze, research suggests.

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Assault

September 25th, 2006 by Bunny

A man charged with assault and battery insisted at his trial that he had just pushed his victim “a little bit”. When he was pressured by the prosecutor to illustrate just how hard, the defendant approached the lawyer, slapped him in the face, grabbed him firmly by the lapels and flung him over the table.

He then faced judge and jury and calmly declared, “I would say it was about one-tenth that hard.”

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Skate For Hope

September 25th, 2006 by Bunny

By now, most of you guys have heard of my crazy idea to rollerblade across Canada next spring/summer. Well, even though it is not yet definite, I wanted to start a page to hopefully start gaining awareness.

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Throughout the fall/winter, I’ll continue to update this page so you can track my progress. And once I begin my journey (assuming everything will fall into place), I’ll be able to use this area of the site to keep in touch with everyone.

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Traveling across Canada is not a new idea. We’ve all heard of Terry Fox and Rick Hansen. These are the pioneers for events like this. Many people have biked, walked and hitch-hiked across Canada. But very few have rollerbladed the 8000 kilometer distance. I actually expect to skate 8800 km by the time I have visited the major cities on my list.

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To my knowledge, Christine Ichim was the first person to successfully complete this feat. She is an Ontario resident who made the attempt around the age of 19 back in the 1990′s. Christine made the trip in an effort to raise money for leukemia research. I have been in touch with her and plan to discuss her experiences in much more detail.

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The only other person I have heard of rollerblading across Canada is former NHLer, Sheldon Kennedy. Also making this achievement in the 1990′s, Sheldon was raising money for child and sexual abuse.

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Today, I find myself in a surprisingly unique but fortunate situation. I am healthy. What’s so unique or surprising about that? Considering that 38% of Canadian women and 44% of Canadian men will develop cancer in their lifetime, I think of myself as very lucky. Considering an estimated 153,100 new cases of cancer and 70,400 deaths from cancer will occur in Canada in 2006, I think of myself as very lucky. Considering both incidence and mortality rates from cancer are higher in Atlantic Canada and Quebec and lowest in British Columbia, I think of myself as very lucky. Considering 24% of women and 29% of men, or approximately 1 out of every 4 Canadians, will die from cancer, I think of myself as very lucky.

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Every Canadian is affected by cancer either directly or indirectly. We all know someone close to us that has suffered from some form of cancer. And yet when I look around, it feels like only those people diagnosed with cancer are the ones who initiate campaigns to fight against it. Am I the only one who finds that odd? This means that people battling cancer are essentially trying to save those of us who are fortunate enough not to be suffering.

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To every person who has ever had cancer, I thank you.

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To every person who is as lucky as I am, why not help?

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So I find myself again looking at my current situation. I am a 20-something guy living in Vancouver Canada. I live in an amazing city, I work for a good company (www.domainpeople.ca), I have a great apartment, a new car, a beautiful girlfriend and most importantly…I have my health. With all of these statistics of Canadian cancer incidence, I found myself suppressing my thoughts. I would think ‘Well, I’m probably going to get cancer someday, so there’s no point in worrying about it or doing anything about’. But what if I didn’t have to worry about it? What if there was a cure? What if we could prevent it?

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With my current lifestyle, I feel like I can offer myself to help raise awareness. Not so much awareness of cancer. Rather awareness of the need and ability of everyone to help.

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My plan is to leave Victoria, BC in the spring of 2007 and rollerblade everyday until I reach St. John’s, NFLD. I expect this to take me roughly 4-5 months. I’m currently looking for sponsorship, publicity and any other help that you can offer. I don’t expect this to become an event like the Terry Fox Run. But maybe I can help make a difference.

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Losing the Battle

September 25th, 2006 by Bunny

So am I losing the battle by starting a new post this week?  Or are we going to see a bit more activity on here?  I’ve heard that the hockey draft is almost ready to be launched.  Hope you guys have your picks ready!

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Pole Dancers

September 22nd, 2006 by Bunny

I guess the transit system has had problems with pole dancers getting carried away.

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