OK, so here's the deal: For $7.50, you can really help some folks out. That's less than it costs to go to a movie, less than it costs to drive 100 miles (or three if you have a Hummer).
Before I came to the Register, I worked at a different paper for about a year. I worked as a columnist and copy editor, working mostly at night at a desk right near the sports department. Well, I used to watch the Red Sox on one TV while a co-worker of mine on the sports desk would loudly watch the Yankees. Steve's a great guy even if roots for the wrong team.
Now here's the problem: Steve Nalbandian and his wife wanted to have a baby, but when they went to the doctors to make sure everything was cool, they found out that two separate conditions that his wife, Lyndsay, has will make it basically impossible. So they're looking into either adoption or a surrogate mother, but both are very expensive and insurance, as usual, doesn't really help. So you go this site, buy a set of three magnets (depicting the artwork of Lyndsay's mom, for $7.50, and help them out. Take a look at the page and decide.
If you want to read a more detailed piece about this situation, check this one out.
Look, I haven't talked to Steve since I left my last job. We never hung out or anything, just talked baseball while at work. But I'm going to buy a magnet because I think it's a good cause. And because Steve once helped me design a page when I first started and I needed that help.