I apologize for that last post. That was not very tasteful. I should be ashamed of myself.
That was a good attempt, no? Not really.
Luckily for all of us, this is the 2nd of what may be 4 total Breast cancer awareness posts. On top of that, this 2nd week I did get a bit more classy with my suggestions and ideas for the raising of the awareness for breast cancer.
And the image is more tasteful, too!
See for yourself >>>>>
(Warning, a PG/PG-13ish picture will be revealed when you scroll down. At work? Near the wifey? Too young to escape the punishment of your parents? Take heed of this warning, and move forward with courage!)
There you have it. Put the cheerleaders and other random hotties into these outfits, equip them with collection buckets, and let them roam through the stadium. These girls won't have to ask for donations, they will just have to receive them. We might have to deploy some extra buckets. Suddenly, putting players in pink is not such a good idea after all. It's actually never been a good idea. But my ideas are. They're the best. Somebody get on the phone now and let Roger No-Goodell know of this awesome idea!
I guarantee this will raise at least $50,000 at each stadium each week. That's anywhere from $640,000 to $800,000 a week, and anywhere from $2.4-$2.8 million dollars for the month.
So much money will be raised so easily, the NFL will create some sort of "awareness" for something- anything!- for the sake of raising money each month. Then, the league and the union will start bickering about what to do with so much cash, and then there will be a work stoppage, and-
On second thought, nobody tell that No-Goodell commissioner of ours. This will be a very bad idea.
NOT by coating our beloved league in pink. That makes no sense to anyone.
Especially not to MentallyMIA!!! Great name, still, by the way. I'm jealous.