First of all, for starters, you might be asking, “Sam, did you fall into Dizzyland and take a trip to Boringville?” Of course, if you say this, you lack a heart. But maybe I did, and maybe I didn’t. And maybe I’ve never talked serious talk on this blog for months. But according to worldlifeexpectancy.com, did you know that the second-most likely death in African-Americans was cancer? And that’s what I’m here to talk about…breast cancer, and how you can help stop it.
Geeks, scientists, or people-who-search-stuff-up-on-Wikipedia-due-to-extreme-laze kind of people know that breast cancer is bad. You may think it’s nothing but a tissue cancer, when it’s really something as severe as deaths worldwide. Scientifically, breast cancer comes from the inner lining of milk ducts or the lobules that supply milk. Lots of foundations are bent on bringing breast cancer to its ultimate eradication. (just a fancy way to say “destroy; put an end to”) My mom was a victim of that cancer in late summer 2010, and I haven’t been able to shake it off since. For any of you out there whose parents have been victimized, don’t mourn for the rest of your life! Stand up and fight back! Like me, the son of a victim! With just enough help, we can make a difference in this war and if we win…parents all across the globe win. (Sorry if I sound too Friends for Change-esque.) I took advantage of my Social Vibe widget and chose a foundation to sponsor. I could’ve sponsored wildlife (World Wildlife Fund, WWF) or humanitarian causes (Red Cross), but I chose Keep a Breast over all of those choices. On this blog’s sidebar is a badge with an outline of pink. That’s my Social Vibe widget in action. And so can you when you click where it says you can help for free. (Which is good, for all you penny pinchers out there.)
So, if you have a heart, click that button and help save that woman’s life. If you don’t, then you have no right to be on Sammwak! Go away. You should not be here. Do not pass go. Do not collect 200 dollars. Do you have parents tarnished by other causes? Comment me what you have to choke out, and I might have my sister blogs sponsor the foundations around them!