Nashville Flood T-shirt charity project proves that no good deed goes unpunished
Some Nashvillians were awfully quick to congratulate themselves for not rioting while the floodwaters conveniently forced law enforcement to look the other way - but those must have been the folks who actually received their charity flood relief T-shirts. Those who didn't whose orders went on backlog, whose emails went unanswered, whose shirts ...
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#1 Jul 8, 2010
I ordered some of these shirts for my family. It took a few weeks for them to get to us, but I was more than happy to wait. It was never about the shirts, although they were very cool designs. We were just happy to help out our fellow flood victims. It was pretty disgusting to see some of the moronic posts that people were leaving demanding their shirts. I'm not sure why it was so difficult for some people to understand that 1) these were volunteers, 2) their demand was MUCH larger than expected, and 3) it was for CHARITY! They were working as hard as they could to get the shirts out to everyone. They did a good thing by stepping up and designing these shirts for charity. And they raised a lot of money for flood relief.
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