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BP MS150

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xrayvision, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. xrayvision

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    Hey everybody...

    So I was hoping to appeal to the generous nature of the members of the board. I am participating in the MS150 this April. It is a bike ride from Houston to Austin over the course of a weekend. Its actually about 180 miles but there are several MS150's all over the country(averaging 150 miles) and I am fortunate to have one here in Houston. The one I am riding in will have about 13,000 riders. It is a truly an exciting endeavor and all for a wonderful cause. I am riding with the team from Texas Children's Hospital. And I need to raise at least $500.00 to be able to participate. Every cent I raise goes toward research and treatment for Multiple Sclerosis.

    For those that don't know, MS is a terrible neurological disease. Basically, it is a chronic destruction of the nerve tissue throughout the body, specifically the myelin sheaths that cover the actual nerve cell. Because the disease affects every person differently, the course it takes is very unpredictable. One day they might feel tingling, the next, they might have difficulty walking. After that, they might be asymptomatic. Without proper treatment and medication, it cannot be controlled and will always become worse. Nerves affect everything our bodies do and because of that, it will eventually affect breathing, swallowing, and other various bodily functions. Eventually kidney failure, malnutrition, and other infections will make living unbearable. The unpredictable nature of MS is what truly takes a toll on it's sufferers.

    My cousin Nina, has been suffering from this disease since she was an early teenager. The severity has waxed and waned in her situation. She used to be wheelchair bound, but thanks to some wonderful doctors, they found a workable combination of medications and she lives a mostly normal life. She walks and does everything someone who doesn't suffer from it can do. Not everyone is so fortunate. Its for those less fortunate people, that I am raising money and riding for this cause. It is also a personal fitness goal for me to ride this challenging distance.

    I've attached a link to the donation page to make it easy.

    https://secure3.convio.net/nmss/sit...TYPE=20&JServSessionIdr004=o3uoj106m2.app323a

    The minimum donation amount is $5.00. That is not much at all and I could really use the help.

    I really appreciate any and all support you guys can give!
     
  2. Nettdata

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    We did it for volleyball, see no reason to do it for a little bike ride.
     
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    I would like to add that this is the first time I am participating in a charity ride of such magnitude and personal importance. I have done other rides for adult literacy and the Make-a-wish foundation as well as local sports teams and other such groups. Also, donations are tax-deductible.(if you didn't know)
     
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    How much for you to do the ride with a big "Chater's Bitch" on your shirt? Or a dick sharpied onto your face? Complete with photo op.

    It's not enough to be about the charity... it also has to be about the personal sacrifice and humiliation for cash.
     
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    I was waiting for this to come up. I have to wear the "Team Texas Children"s" Jersey of which there can be no modification. I can, however put something on my helmet and/or bicycle TiB related. Not surprisingly, the MS Foundation and my team captain want to keep things family friendly. That doesn't exclude inside jokes and things of the sort. I am open for suggestions.
     
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    For 10 grand, I will replace my seat with an "Accommodator".
    kidding...you bastards will probably do it
     
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    A mullet and a vibrating butt plug, with BallSack5.0 written on it.
     
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    I will do a mullet wig under the helmet, complete with photos for proof. I will not take a pic of the butt plug. That would be private.
     
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    We'll get someone we trust to validate the butt plug.... like SheGirl. I trust her.
     
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    I could make a video and send it....wait...what?
     
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    Works for me.
     
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    I don't think I'm crazy enough to do some skyello quality video. I would like to maintain a semblance of dignity. I mean, I will already be in bike shorts.
     
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    I work with cash for the most part, but I am making a special trip to the bank today to actually deposit some so that I can donate.

    All because xrayvision is a stud and I want to see pics of him in his tight little shorts...
     
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    $18 from toejam! You are the man, sir!
     
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    Maybe I could convince them to let me use a large fish as a helmet instead. It seems like it would provide the needed barrier from the road.
     
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    This particular example is a bass instead of a mullet but it would work with other fish. There are even instructions on how to make your own.
    http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Taxidermied-Fish-Helmet/
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    Really?
    And just how does one ride a bike with an inserted buttplug?
     
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    I guess if one puts its ALL the way in, just the ring will be sticking out.
     
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    I gather that this is basically what you all want from me...
     

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