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via YouTube Vancouver Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo is celebrating the month of November in a special way.  After the October’ breast cancer campaign, November is a month for men (and some unfortunate women).  November has been dubbed “Movember” where guys grow mustaches in support of charity for men’s health issues. Luongo won’t be sporting a mustache on his face.  Whether he can’t grow one (like this guy) or would look foolish with one (maybe like this guy, I wouldn’t know), Luongo’s mask will be showing his support.  The mask will sport the ‘stache. When the month is done Luongo is going to auction off the mask for charity. [Thanks Stan]
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