TOMORROW (Oct 30) is KOOL FM’s BRAS ON BROAD! Watch us create a huge display of support for the BC Cancer Foundation to cap off October Breast Cancer Awareness Month. http://www.1073kool.fm/bras-on-broad
She just broke up with 18 year old Conor Kennedy after a couple months of dating and she admits to Katie Couric that she doesn’t know how to be in a relationship:
“I don’t know how to have a normal relationship because I try to act normal, love from a normal place and live a normal life, but there is sort of an abnormal magnifying glass, like telescope lense, on everything that happens between me and anybody else.” “I don’t really know that much about love, it turns out.”
Meet Teri Horn. Four years ago, Teri found out she was pregnant…and then shortly after found out she had breast cancer and that she would have to CHOOSE between chemotherapy for herself and keeping the baby. Read her full story here: http://skycastlelife.wordpress.com/2012/10/14/a-new-beginning/ but know that she’s now cancer free, and has a daughter after fighting back!! We need your help to show support for KOOL FM’S BRAS ON BROAD and the BC CANCER FOUNDATION. Please join us on TUESDAY OCTOBER 30th at our KOOL FM studios at 1420 Broad St. Drop off a new or gently used bra, show your support, and after, we’ll donate it to WOMEN IN NEED. See you soon! It’s FOR THE BOOBS!!!
Think about what you do in the bathroom at work after you’ve dried your hands with a paper towel – do you a) throw it in the garbage or b) take an extra split second to throw it in the GREEN BIN where it can be used to make NEW paper towels. Think about the mountain of paper towels you go through every year, and you’ve only used them for 2 seconds! It’s one of the EASIEST things to recycle and it’ll save some trees: http://refuse.ca/
Have you seen this PINK firetruck around Greater Victoria yet? They’re also selling their pink t-shirts to raise money for breast cancer awareness month! Get yours at the firehall at 1234 Yates Street for the low low price of $25. Or, if you can take it directly off a hot firefighter that’s just a bonus.
Are you going to watch the new show “Extreme Cheapskates?” They’ll introduce us to people who go the extra mile to save money by dumpster diving, eating other people’s leftovers at restaurants, or making their own reusable cloth toilet paper strips! Gross!