I’m sure that most folks know by now that Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a breast cancer charity and advocacy organization, announced that they were cutting funding to Planned Parenthood for cancer screenings. In the last five years, the money from Komen allowed PP to…
Is anybody else tired of this cowardice? Was there ever a time before when organizations doing a greater good didn’t let themselves get bullied by fringe politics and cave to the worst aspects of our culture, in other words those that oppose their way? I’m not sure. But that time should be now, and Komen, you’ve let yourselves and everybody else down.

Could I write a clumsier headline? Fuck you, I do this for free.

Chuck Schumer and New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen have made a friendly wager on the outcome of this Sunday’s BIG FOOTBALL GAME! Sources tell me that big game is either the Super Bowl or the Chelsea/Man U game the Fox Network is airing live at 10:30am (seriously).

Anyway, here’s the bet, courtesy The Troy Record And Its Terrible Website with Cluttered Design and Pop-Unders:

Schumer and New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen have placed their own friendly wager on the game, with each agreeing to buy the other cases of craft beer from their respective states should their team face defeat. The brews will be shared among the entire Senate, with enough for each member to enjoy.

Shaheen announced she would send beer from New Hampshire-based Smuttynose Brewing Co. in the event of a Patriots loss, while Schumer will split his loyalties among six different Empire State craft breweries should the Giants stumble Sunday, including Troy’s own Brown’s Brewing Co.

There’s other breweries, but they’re outside of Troy so who cares? TROY WHAT!

Thanks to Vic Christopher for tweeting about this.


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