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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    Go boil your head!
    Hello Bee

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  • shaunbhoy
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    Gosh you are a little man aren't you?
    Go boil your head!

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by shaunbhoy View Post

    I'm director of two medium sized charities.
    Well bully for you. And I am sure, as a director, you are incredibly "hands-on".
    And doubtless these roles come with free use of a shiny halo and endless quantities of sanctimonious bullsh*t that you can liberally douse everyone else with, whether or not you have ANY knowledge of their circumstances.



    Prior to getting into this some years ago, I admit I assumed most charities wasted money left, right, and centre - with many being ineffectual.
    Yes, well let's all just be grateful that you so magnanimously volunteered to put your shoulder to the wheel and make the world a better place.




    How can you possibly understand or empathise with groups of society you have no contact with? If you're forming opinions from people similar to yourself and from newspapers only, what credibility can we attach to such opinions? Exactly.
    Well as you have absolutely ZERO idea of just how and what helps people on here formulate their opinions, you are in NO position to cast judgment on others.
    Not that this inescapable fact has stopped you from jumping to conclusions that doubtless comfortably fit your surly supercilious prejudiced agenda.
    Now spare us any more of your pious whining.

    Gosh you are a little man aren't you?

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  • shaunbhoy
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    Originally posted by contractorinatractor View Post
    I'm director of two medium sized charities.
    Well bully for you. And I am sure, as a director, you are incredibly "hands-on".
    And doubtless these roles come with free use of a shiny halo and endless quantities of sanctimonious bullsh*t that you can liberally douse everyone else with, whether or not you have ANY knowledge of their circumstances.



    Originally posted by contractorinatractor View Post
    Prior to getting into this some years ago, I admit I assumed most charities wasted money left, right, and centre - with many being ineffectual.
    Yes, well let's all just be grateful that you so magnanimously volunteered to put your shoulder to the wheel and make the world a better place.




    Originally posted by contractorinatractor View Post

    How can you possibly understand or empathise with groups of society you have no contact with? If you're forming opinions from people similar to yourself and from newspapers only, what credibility can we attach to such opinions? Exactly.
    Well as you have absolutely ZERO idea of just how and what helps people on here formulate their opinions, you are in NO position to cast judgment on others.
    Not that this inescapable fact has stopped you from jumping to conclusions that doubtless comfortably fit your surly supercilious prejudiced agenda.
    Now spare us any more of your pious whining.

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  • The_Equalizer
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    Originally posted by northernladyuk View Post
    Shauny practically lives down the Panniers in Barnstaple, so don't be so quick to dismiss his life experience.
    You're outing everyone today.

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  • BrilloPad
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    Originally posted by contractorinatractor View Post
    I'm director of two medium sized charities. Prior to getting into this some years ago, I admit I assumed most charities wasted money left, right, and centre - with many being ineffectual.

    It appears that, in reality, most are trying their best with limited resources. People who volunteer for them generally have day jobs and want the organisation to run smoothly and efficiently, helping those in need as best as possible.

    You meet a different - much better - calibre of people who also work for the charities, and this, along with exposure to the poorest and disenfranchised of society, which benefits you and will shape your viewpoints to a more accurate vision.

    How can you possibly understand or empathise with groups of society you have no contact with? If you're forming opinions from people similar to yourself and from newspapers only, what credibility can we attach to such opinions? Exactly.
    My sister-out-law works for a charity. The main benefit is less than 3% of fund raising. Alot of charities have more.

    People also feel upset to be chugged.

    No-one I know donates to charity anymore except anonymously. Else they will get innundated with begging letters.

    If not for my disabled children I would do much more for charity.

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  • northernladyuk
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    Originally posted by contractorinatractor View Post
    I'm director of two medium sized charities. Prior to getting into this some years ago, I admit I assumed most charities wasted money left, right, and centre - with many being ineffectual.

    It appears that, in reality, most are trying their best with limited resources. People who volunteer for them generally have day jobs and want the organisation to run smoothly and efficiently, helping those in need as best as possible.

    You meet a different - much better - calibre of people who also work for the charities, and this, along with exposure to the poorest and disenfranchised of society, which benefits you and will shape your viewpoints to a more accurate vision.

    How can you possibly understand or empathise with groups of society you have no contact with? If you're forming opinions from people similar to yourself and from newspapers only, what credibility can we attach to such opinions? Exactly.
    Shauny practically lives down the Panniers in Barnstaple, so don't be so quick to dismiss his life experience.

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  • contractorinatractor
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    Originally posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    Whereas YOU, no doubt, have had endless exposure to the tribulations of the working classes, and can categorically state that the only thing amiss with the current Benefits system is that successive HMGs don't plough enough money into it to help the truly "needy".

    Give it a rest Mother Theresa!

    I'm director of two medium sized charities. Prior to getting into this some years ago, I admit I assumed most charities wasted money left, right, and centre - with many being ineffectual.

    It appears that, in reality, most are trying their best with limited resources. People who volunteer for them generally have day jobs and want the organisation to run smoothly and efficiently, helping those in need as best as possible.

    You meet a different - much better - calibre of people who also work for the charities, and this, along with exposure to the poorest and disenfranchised of society, which benefits you and will shape your viewpoints to a more accurate vision.

    How can you possibly understand or empathise with groups of society you have no contact with? If you're forming opinions from people similar to yourself and from newspapers only, what credibility can we attach to such opinions? Exactly.

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    It's going to look awesome for Tory Scum - 1 mln high rate taxpayers leaving and accepting just 100k refugees
    Someone needs to do the cleaning...

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  • PurpleGorilla
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    https://youtu.be/g4flAZEgtjs

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