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A Great Article about our Great Friend Brian Grant
Check out this great article written about our good friend and fellow Oddball

Brian Grant: An Inspiration

The former NBA big man is determined to lead the fight against Parkinsons disease.

by Nima Zarrabi @NZbeFree

Brian Grant looks at the two ice-cold beers placed on the table and instructs me to pick up one of the frozen sparkle-themed mugs and I do, sipping on the Blue Moon slowly between bites of the best apple crisp pie in the world. He pushes play on the remote and a DVD starts on the massive television screen. Brian wants to show me his favorite day of 2010.

Two and a half years ago, at the age of 36, he was diagnosed with early-onset Parkinsons, a degenerative neurological disorder caused by a loss of dopamine-producing cells in the brain a biological chemical that allows the muscles of the human body to move in a coordinated and smooth manner. After coming to peace with his diagnosis, Brian chose to live with his condition publicly as an advocate for Parkinsons research and education.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

Read More about Brian's Foundation here:
http://shakeittillwemakeit.com/



anonymousApril 10, 2013
As above.


We're most likely getting married outside, and around late morning. Even though it's a wedding...to me, a big white gown doesn't fit with the surroundings/situation.


There are another reason why I don't really want a big white gown either. I don't wear dresses very often but when I do I always buy quality. Wedding dresses seem to be too expensive for the quality they are. I would rather get a regular gown or dress for the same price as a wedding dress, because I think the quality would be better without the 200% mark-up the 'bridal' tag adds.


In fact, everyone wants to feel like a princess for that day. One of my firends suggested that buying a white dress online which will be much cheaper and with high quality. She has bought several dresses in the site. She told me that i can tailor my size and send it with order. Does anyone know how much it costs to get tailoring done not at the bridal salon? Or have any advice in purchasing overseas?


The price attracted me and i chose a wedding dress and an evening dress. The total price for the two dresses is lower than the price of a wedding dress in bridal salon.


I am planning to buy this white strapless wedding dress.




I also chose an evening dress and hope the dress will be with high quality as my friend described.







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