Friday, September 19, 2014

Kilted To Kick Cancer - Day 19: A guy in a kilt walks into a bar ...

The guy in the kilt expects the regulars to take a bit of the Mickey out of him.  But this is the best bar in the world, with Fred (the best barman in the world).

Mac McGee's on Canton St. in downtown Roswell, GA.  It's worth the trip.  Tell Fred that the goofy guy in the kilt sent you.  He'll probably tell stories on me.  Tip appropriately.

I've been repeatedly impressed at how positive the responses are to the kilt, especially once people hear about the cause.

Because it's not a good cause, it's a great cause.  Please click through to donate to this cause.  It's fully tax deductible, as a 501(c)3 charity.  The Donate link is here, and please select Team Borepatch.

And if you click through to read Brigid's post you'll see why she is also invested in this - her Dad is fighting that same fight right now.  She is so invested that she's made an enormously generous offer: the first twenty all donations of $50 or more via Team Borepatch will receive an autographed copy of her amazing The Book Of Barkley.

Note that I've modified the rules - all donations will get a copy of her outstanding book, because I'll buy them myself for her to sign.  So not only can you get a great read, not only can you support a great cause, but you'll help drive her rankings on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.  And you can watch me riding in a kilt.  If you screw your courage to the sticking point.

But at the end of the day it's generous people cutting you slack - and even donating! - for wearing what's most unusual attire.

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