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  • ptbodale
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    Originally posted by ACman
    ahahahaha, wonder what the misses thinks hehehe
    She doesn't know it's not on my finger.

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  • exmanx
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    Being an old fart, I never thought of wearing a wrist band. However, after visiting friends in Utah last year, I now have a blue band with "Remember Garrett" on it in memory of our friends son who went missing in the mountains nearly 2 years back. No-one found so much as a trace of the lad. Not even his fishing rod and gear.

    Andy

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  • ASpilot2be
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    My friend gave me two, one says "Spoiled", and the other says "Drama Queen".

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  • Star Alliance
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    Only one, and It says "Live for Him". I take it that it is in reference to the Emu, which is why I bought it. I am still trying to figure out why it has a lowercase letter t on the back, though...

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  • Fly_Southwest
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    I have a yellow livestrong band. I don't usually wear it, however I just donated the dollar to get it because I think it's a good cause as I have family members with cancer. I also have a green one that says "Donate Life" that was thrown out while I was at a city parade. I don't wear that either, I usually just wear my watch.

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    Originally posted by RingwaySam
    What country will you support when Germany get knocked out?
    Then I'll add one more flag - italian

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  • Mungous
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    Isn't the idea to show you support the charity though? Then there's a massive market of fakes which don't go to charity at all

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  • janni-chan
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    Originally posted by Mungous
    Don't have any, people here pay the $20 for the 'cool' factor rather than charity
    Does it really matter? I mean the 20 bucks still go to charity, so even if the kid buys it just to be cool, he's still helping out- who're we to complain?

    I must admit I don't have any. I'm looking for a pink one that supports the Danish Breastcancer Assosciation, but they stopped selling them after they found out the rubber they used for them could give you cancer- I kid you not...

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  • RingwaySam
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    Originally posted by pkonowrocki
    LOL I think I SHOULD trade it ti the German one....eh...yes now I am for Germany.....even put a German flag on a window at home next to the Polish one
    What country will you support when Germany get knocked out?

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    LOL I think I SHOULD trade it ti the German one....eh...yes now I am for Germany.....even put a German flag on a window at home next to the Polish one

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  • Crunk415balla
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    Originally posted by DAL767-400ER
    Don't know about online, but I can sell you mine for $1,000, payable to my Swiss bank account .
    Eh, no thanks, I'll just look on ebay and mabey I'll save $999.

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  • ACman
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    Originally posted by ptbodale
    actually where is my wedding ring?
    ahahahaha, wonder what the misses thinks hehehe

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  • ptbodale
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    None, not even a watch. Not a jewellry person...actually where is my wedding ring?

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  • bbuse
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    Originally posted by expoITHscohen
    I got a bunch of Live Strong ones. I don't wear them anymore but I figured it was the new fad and it was a good deed to give money too cancer research after my uncle just passed away from it last year.
    I wear the LiveStrong band since my father passed away from cancer, and I also consider Lance Armstrong to be an encouragement with his successful cancer battle and his cycling accomplishments.

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  • expoITHscohen
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    I got a bunch of Live Strong ones. I don't wear them anymore but I figured it was the new fad and it was a good deed to give money too cancer research after my uncle just passed away from it last year.

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