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Seriously? Tons of people wear the yellow bracelet because they support the CAUSE. People don’t wear them because LA started it. People are just being stupid in regards to this subject. I’m not going to freaking boycott a good CAUSE. I didn’t donate to the Floyd fund because I knew it was a bunch of BS. I’m NOT going to stop buying Nike/Oakley/Trek/SRAM/ etc. just because LA used and supported those products. That would be ridiculous. Nike shoes (I run) fit my feet the best, Oakley glasses are (by far) superior and look better, Trek has cheap bikes, and well, SRAM has that cool double tap shift thing going on. I use and wear products that work for me, my style, and my budget. Not because some athlete is on the payroll. For the record, I ride a Cannondale with Shimano, wear Oakley’s (4 pairs), and wear Nike running shoes, golf clothes, and even have a few more of those yellow bracelets. Will I continue to wear these products? Yes, until they are not servicable enought to use. Regardless of how it came about, there are people with cancer that need assistance. I do not condone what LA did and how he acquired the funds to start the charity, but I am not going to just quit on a good product or good cause. Too many people out there worship these athletes so much they wear the same stuff. Get a grip, they play a game for a living.

Seriously? Tons of people wear the yellow bracelet because they support the CAUSE. People don’t wear them because LA started it. People are just being stupid in regards to this subject. I’m not going to freaking boycott a good CAUSE. I didn’t donate to the Floyd fund because I knew it was a bunch of BS. I’m NOT going to stop buying Nike/Oakley/Trek/SRAM/ etc. just because LA used and supported those products. That would be ridiculous. Nike shoes (I run) fit my feet the best, Oakley glasses are (by far) superior and look better, Trek has cheap bikes, and well, SRAM has that cool double tap shift thing going on. I use and wear products that work for me, my style, and my budget. Not because some athlete is on the payroll. For the record, I ride a Cannondale with Shimano, wear Oakley’s (4 pairs), and wear Nike running shoes, golf clothes, and even have a few more of those yellow bracelets. Will I continue to wear these products? Yes, until they are not servicable enought to use. Regardless of how it came about, there are people with cancer that need assistance. I do not condone what LA did and how he acquired the funds to start the charity, but I am not going to just quit on a good product or good cause. Too many people out there worship these athletes so much they wear the same stuff. Get a grip, they play a game for a living.

I’m talking about the Livestrong products. Not the companies (Nike, Trek, Oakley Nike KD 7 etc)that carry them, even though they are bull companies with overpriced products (financing the superstars isn’t free, you know). Livestrong IS Armstrong. His name is in the name (The official name of Livestrong is The Lance Armstrong Foundation), the color is yellow because of the color of the yellow jersey and the organisation is built on the illusion that if you’re strong enough you can beat cancer (which implies that those who die from cancer weren’t strong enough). As long as Livestrong generates money or get any attention, you can be sure that Armstrong benefits from it.

If you want to support the cause support an organisation that isn’t built on a megalomanic sociopath, but on the cause itself. Livestrong is borderline Scientology, and Armstrong reminds me of Tom Cruise when he is speaking.

Seriously? Tons of people wear the yellow bracelet because they support the CAUSE. People don’t wear them because LA started it. People are just being stupid in regards to this subject. I’m not going to freaking boycott a good CAUSE. I didn’t donate to the Floyd fund because I knew it was a bunch of BS. I’m NOT going to stop buying Nike/Oakley/Trek/SRAM/ etc. just because LA used and supported those products. That would be ridiculous. Nike shoes (I run) fit my feet the best, Oakley glasses are (by far) superior and look better, Trek has cheap bikes, and well, SRAM has that cool double tap shift thing going on. I use and wear products that work for me, my style, and my budget. Not because some athlete is on the payroll. For the record, I ride a Cannondale with Shimano, wear Oakley’s (4 pairs), and wear Nike running shoes, golf clothes, and even have a few more of those yellow bracelets. Will I continue to wear these products? Yes, until they are not servicable enought to use. Regardless of how it came about, there are people with cancer that need assistance. I do not condone what LA did and how he acquired the funds to start the charity, but I am not going to just quit on a good product or good cause. Too many people out there worship these athletes so much they wear the same stuff. Get a grip, they play a game for a living.

Seriously? Tons of people wear the yellow bracelet because they support the CAUSE. People don’t wear them because LA started it. People are just being stupid in regards to this subject. I’m Jordan Retro 13 not going to freaking boycott a good CAUSE. I didn’t donate to the Floyd fund because I knew it was a bunch of BS. I’m NOT going to stop buying Nike/Oakley/Trek/SRAM/ etc. just because LA used and supported those products. That would be ridiculous. Nike shoes (I run) fit my feet the best, Oakley glasses are (by far) superior and look better, Trek has cheap bikes, and well, SRAM has that cool double tap shift thing going on. I use and wear products that work for me, my style, and my budget. Not because some athlete is on the payroll. For the record, I ride a Cannondale with Shimano, wear Oakley’s (4 pairs), and wear Nike running shoes, golf clothes, and even have a few more of those yellow bracelets. Will I continue to wear these products? Yes, until they are not servicable enought to use. Regardless of how it came about, there are people with cancer that need assistance. I do not condone what LA did and how he acquired the funds to start the charity, but I am not going to just quit on a good product or good cause. Too many people out there worship these athletes so much they wear the same stuff. Get a grip, they play a game for a living.

You can’t compare Livestrong with Nike/Trek/Oakley/SRAM, etc. The latter are commercial corporations which happened to have Armstrong as one of their supporters. They didn’t exist because of Armstrong. Armstrong is just one of their many clients.

Livestrong is completely different. It was created by Armstrong and everything associated with Livestrong is Armstrong related. The name “Livestrong” is already a strong reference and it was created in honour of Armstrong. The yellow bracelets signify the Tours he won. So to support Livestrong, you are supporting a cause initiated by Armstrong. He’s still sitting on the board, every ounce of support to Livestrong benefits him directly.

There are many other non profit cancer charities you can support. Why does it have to be Livestrong? I don’t see the why anyone would want to support an organization founded by the ringleader of a cycling drug Air Jordan 6 Rings cartel, no matter how noble the cause might be.

You can’t compare Livestrong with Nike/Trek/Oakley/SRAM, etc. The latter are commercial corporations which happened to have Armstrong as one of their supporters. They didn’t exist because of Armstrong. Armstrong is just one of their many clients.

Livestrong is completely different. It was created by Armstrong and everything associated with Livestrong is Armstrong related. The name “Livestrong” is already a strong reference and it was created in honour of Armstrong. The yellow bracelets signify the Tours he won. So Air Jordan 13s to support Livestrong, you are supporting a cause initiated by Armstrong. He’s still sitting on the board, every ounce of Nike LeBron 12 support to Livestrong benefits him directly.

There are many other non profit cancer charities you can support. Why does it have to be Livestrong? I don’t see the why anyone would want to support an organization founded by the ringleader of a cycling drug cartel, no matter how noble the cause might be.