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“The Master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both.”

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Chargers' Breast Cancer Awareness Bags

For the game against the Patriots on Sunday, October 24, 2010, we got these San Diego Chargers' Breast Cancer Awareness pink tote bags. Which were pretty nice and actually useful instead of using the awful grocery tote bags you see in some stores. And the fact that these sport the Chargers logo with the Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon, makes it a must have in my eyes. Besides, October is the National Breast Cancer Awareness month. What's not to like about these bags?

San Diego Chargers' Breast Cancer Awareness Tote Bags

Since, we're on the topic of tote bags and the Chargers. Here's a photo of last year's (2009) game give-a-ways celebrating the Chargers 50th anniversary. It's the same size, but the material seems to be different. I like game give-a-ways like these because they're actually useful, like towels. Especially for getting your tailgating stuff together the day before instead of using plastic bags.

San Diego Chargers' 50th Anniversary Tote Bags

1 comment:

  1. Breast Cancer Awareness month didn't do much for the 155,000 U.S. women with metastatic breast cancer.

    Early detection is not a cure, a message that seems to get lost in the "Up With People" type NFL halftime celebrations and the uninformed malarkey about about Stage 0 women "beating" breast cancer by dint of their courage,
    positive thoughts and pink Kitchen Aid mixers.

    It's not like the women who died didn't try hard enough. I think we should remember them with some sort of closing ceremonies to Breast Cancer Awareness month.

    On Oct, 31, the final day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I will remember the friends and family I have lost to this disease.

    At 8:45 that night I will remember the one in 8 U.S. women who will get breast cancer and the 45,000 who will die this year.


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