Only $315 to go! I honestly don’t want to cut my beard but if it raises money and attention for Neurofibromatosis awareness, I’m all for it….for the right price, that is! $500 is all it will take to see my face bare-ass naked! Five people have already ponied up. How about the rest of you? For an additional $1,000, I will shave my head. That is definitely something I do not want to do! Go to http://www.gofundme.com/justaskworldtour to make a difference!
Thank you, Kathryn Tyler and Poison Girl for hosting our first ever Just Ask Fundraiser! Thank you to everyone who showed up and those who chose to donate via our gofundme account instead. A Grand Total of $1,500 was raised which will cover most of the expenses of our next world tour stop as soon as Reggie is up for the travel.
Thank you, again, everyone for a great afternoon at Poison Girl and a great opportunity to raise awareness of Neurofibromatosis to a new audience!
All Day Raffles! Bake Sale by Reggie Bibbs Art Cars Just Ask t-shirts Houston Roller Derby skaters Astros ticket raffles! Maybe a food truck!
All proceeds benefit the Just Ask Foundations and the Just Ask World Tour!
Hands down, dive bars are our favorite joints to hang out in and Poison Girl in Houston is no slouch when it comes to providing good, clean dive bar fun. There’s a few pinball machines, cheap, heavy drinks, a hip cast of urban bohemians bellied up to the bar and a killer jukebox—this one being heavily, okay totally, steeped in all music Texas, from country to punk, rockabilly, indie and some hip-hop. Poison Girl brings to the Houston bar scene exactly what it seemed to be so lacking in, a dive bar that knows it’s a dive bar and doesn’t want to be anything more than that. A portion of all Poison Girl proceeds of July 12, 2015 will benefit the Just Ask Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) dedicated to raising awareness of neurofibromatosis.
As hundreds of the world’s leading NF experts convene in Monterey, California for the Children’s Tumor Foundation NF Conference, the largest gathering dedicated to neurofibromatosis (NF), it was announced today that for the first time in the history of the treatment of plexiform neurofibromas (PNs), over 50% of patients saw decreased volume in these inoperable tumors. In a presentation titled “The Promise of MEK: Therapeutics for NF1”, Brigitte C. Widemann, MD, of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), reported that response data in a phase I trial for children an Continue reading Promising Results in Tumor Shrinkage Study Announced at Neurofibromatosis Conference
Caught it in the nick of time…mechanic told me I was running on air!!! Damn! If it’s not one thing, it’s another. Pretty soon we’ll probably have to start thinking about flushing the oil and rotating the battery.