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  • Not your average bra....

    I was asked to do a piece for the Bras for a Cause benefit coming up in September(www.brasforacausemichigan.com)






    http://www.flickr.com/photos/browndo...7621806124558/

    I'm pretty happy with how it turned out!

    -Josh

  • #2
    now find someone who will put it on.

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    • #3
      Cause it's a Cause

      Josh:

      You done a good job. Hopefully it will bring in a pretty penny for the cause.

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      • #4
        Dang,

        You're going to have to find a rather "flatchested" gal to wear that one.

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        • #5
          Should have used larger washers. I'm sure it will get quite cold at times..

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          • #6
            LMAO,

            Kinda brings new meaning to the old phrase, "Cold as a witch's t1t, in a ventilated brass bra".

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            • #7
              lol thats cool
              i like ( . )( . )

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              • #8
                Thank you for doing this project.

                I haven't said anything before, but I have been dealing with my dear, dear, wife of 39 years and her diagnosis of ****** cancer in April of this year. No one can truly appreciate what a family (specifically the spouse and child) goes through when you learn the most important person in your life has a potentially life threatening disease. It has been the worst four months of both mine and her lives.

                She finally had surgery on July 6 and according to her surgeon, she should be cancer free. No one can be sure, however. She will still have to go through at least 5 years of medicinal therapy and has the small possibility of some chemo. I don't think the Pope himself has prayed any more than we have and we continue to do so.

                Since her surgery, I've been her nurse, housekeeper, chauffer, shoulder to cry on, hairdresser, bath boy, and the soldier that will go to battle for her with anything that gets in the way.

                You have given me the inspiration to do something similar for our local ****** cancer society. I knew I wanted to do something, but didn't know quite what form it would take. I ask your permission to borrow some of your ideas for my project.

                Thank you for posting this as it brought a warm feeling to me and gives me a positive reason to get back in the shop with a purpose.

                It appears the forum censor has **'ed out a specific word, but you know what I am speaking of.

                Thanks again.

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                • #9
                  Hey, Old Sporty

                  Sorry to hear about your challenges.
                  Sympathies and best wishes for your family.

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for the comments guys

                    Originally posted by Old Sporty View Post
                    Thank you for doing this project.

                    I haven't said anything before, but I have been dealing with my dear, dear, wife of 39 years and her diagnosis of ****** cancer in April of this year. No one can truly appreciate what a family (specifically the spouse and child) goes through when you learn the most important person in your life has a potentially life threatening disease. It has been the worst four months of both mine and her lives.

                    She finally had surgery on July 6 and according to her surgeon, she should be cancer free. No one can be sure, however. She will still have to go through at least 5 years of medicinal therapy and has the small possibility of some chemo. I don't think the Pope himself has prayed any more than we have and we continue to do so.

                    Since her surgery, I've been her nurse, housekeeper, chauffer, shoulder to cry on, hairdresser, bath boy, and the soldier that will go to battle for her with anything that gets in the way.

                    You have given me the inspiration to do something similar for our local ****** cancer society. I knew I wanted to do something, but didn't know quite what form it would take. I ask your permission to borrow some of your ideas for my project.

                    Thank you for posting this as it brought a warm feeling to me and gives me a positive reason to get back in the shop with a purpose.

                    It appears the forum censor has **'ed out a specific word, but you know what I am speaking of.

                    Thanks again.
                    Most definitely you have my permission to borrow ideas. I can't even imagine what it would be like to be in your shoes. I've had friends in similar situation, and it just boggles my mind. I'm glad I was able to do something to maybe inspire you....you'll have to send me some pics when you finish it!

                    It's always cool to see what kind of twists different artists put on similar ideas

                    One of the event coordinators stopped by today and picked it up....she was pretty excited about it

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                    • #11
                      Thanks Jdustu. Hopefully I can do something as inspirational as you.

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                      • #12
                        Thanks also FusionManiac. Your thoughts are appreciated.

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                        • #13
                          Ol Sporty,

                          Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your better half.

                          On a positive note, the medical advances in this particular field, have truly been phenomenal. This is largely the result of increased public awareness, and the strength and courage of those patients who preceeded your wife.

                          Here's to a speedy and full recovery for your partner. Sounds like she's in good hands.

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                          • #14
                            **Designer of Madonna's Next Rocket Bra: BrownDogWelding.com**

                            Sporty: Hope the wife will get well soon. May be a long hard road, but hang in there, okay?
                            Last edited by SpyGuy; 07-25-2009, 10:28 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Thank you very much SundownIII.

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