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Desperate

Atlanta, GA

#1 Nov 24, 2010
I am a single mother and sadly need help for my two boys this Christmas season. Is there any help out there that anyone knows of?
just wondering

Lithia Springs, GA

#2 Nov 24, 2010
Desperate wrote:
I am a single mother and sadly need help for my two boys this Christmas season. Is there any help out there that anyone knows of?
Try "A Gift of Love" Good Luck
Sheriff Phil Miller

Lithia Springs, GA

#4 Nov 24, 2010
call Tracy Sullivan at the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, tell her I told you to call.
jake

Douglasville, GA

#5 Nov 24, 2010
How old are your boys? What do they need?
lol

Northville, MI

#6 Nov 24, 2010
have you tried praying? that never works lol. begger
jimmy 41

Atlanta, GA

#7 Nov 25, 2010
where is baby daddy?
here is a new concept you probably NEVER thought about.Look in the local newspaper and ask your friends about a company hiring for seasonal help.GET A JOB .U.P.S. is hiring 3000 for the season.ALL the major department stores are HIRING for the season.MAKE YOUR FUTURE! DOnt sit on your ass and wait for it to happen
humble great wisdom

Douglasville, GA

#8 Nov 25, 2010
not every one is like you jimmy your cruel some women are scard to ask for help because of dumb remarks like this give her your job mabey it's a reason the kids fathers arent their you people on here are cruel if you were gna be an ass you shouldn't respond not like she called you personaly to ask for your pay check your so wicked and cruel you need jesus
jimmy 41

Atlanta, GA

#9 Nov 25, 2010
humble great wisdom wrote:
not every one is like you jimmy your cruel some women are scard to ask for help because of dumb remarks like this give her your job mabey it's a reason the kids fathers arent their you people on here are cruel if you were gna be an ass you shouldn't respond not like she called you personaly to ask for your pay check your so wicked and cruel you need jesus
thats the problem with america today.To many people want help, but refuse to help themselves.Give a person $50 and they BLOW it at walmart.Teach someone how to MAKE $50 and they can take care of themselves.Having a better future starts with YOU wanting one instead of asking for a HANDOUT.The best place to go when your BROKE is to WORK.
jimmy 41

Atlanta, GA

#10 Nov 25, 2010
just wondering wrote:
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Try "A Gift of Love" Good Luck
I agree.If all you have is yourself,take your sons, attend a christmas church service or sit by the fire and read them the christmas story.It will be the most rememberable christmas they have FOREVER.Take themout and sing carols to old people,attend a christmas parade.I have a heart, I just dont believe in handing someone everything while they sit on their fat lazy ass and refuse to do anything to benefit the cause.If you are doing your very best and still cant make it, YES, people need to pitch in and help them, but ig they are sitting around with a cigarette in their mouth,bright shiny chrome wheels on their crown vic, a regular customer to the lottery counter at the store, NO.They need help alright.AN education and some financial advice.NOT MORE MONEY
Dear great wisdom

Toledo, OH

#11 Nov 25, 2010
I will say what Jimmy said in a nicer way. She has made bad choices and needs to better herself, not ask for handouts. Why should people who sacrifice, work hard, refrain from relationships / sex with the wrong people have to carry the load?

Answer that since you are are a self proclaimed bastion of wisdom.
Tis the Season

Atlanta, GA

#12 Nov 25, 2010
Wow. It's amazing to me how quickly we can jump on our high horses without having any sort of understanding of the circumstance. With the economy as it is, I've had many friends who were hard working folks put out of work and are barely making ends meet. I had a friend whose husband up and did something supremely stupid and ended up in jail - leaving her holding the bag with the children and the responsibilities. Another friend's spouse decided to leave him - with the kids and the house and the car. None of us project out far enough to see disaster hit...until it does, and then we are humbled. May none of you who are so quick to judge ever be humbled to the point that this woman has been.

It's clear that whatever the circumstances, this mom wants to make sure her children can enjoy a holiday memory and avoid the hard truths of the grown up world for just a few more years. I think we all want that for our children. She's not a villain - she's a mom.

Happy Thanksgiving. I feel very blessed today.
jimmy 41

Atlanta, GA

#13 Nov 25, 2010
Dear great wisdom wrote:
I will say what Jimmy said in a nicer way. She has made bad choices and needs to better herself, not ask for handouts. Why should people who sacrifice, work hard, refrain from relationships / sex with the wrong people have to carry the load?
Answer that since you are are a self proclaimed bastion of wisdom.
AGAIN-WHERE IS BABY DADDY?
does she have a job or just wanting a hand out?

it might work for me also.
I am a single dad.I have 4 children.If you dont give, they are not going to have christmas.Please send cash, no checks to SINGLEDAD atlanta ga.I dont work,I live off food stamps and selling pot.I play the lottery at LEAST 3 times per day.Afterall, if you pay once, you have a 1 chance of winning , so I play 3 or 4 times per day.I smoke 2 packs of cigarettes daily,I have to pay my girlfriends rent on her apartment and I live in a tent in the woods.PLEASE GIVE
A Dose of Humility

Atlanta, GA

#14 Nov 25, 2010
jimmy 41 wrote:
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AGAIN-WHERE IS BABY DADDY?
does she have a job or just wanting a hand out?
it might work for me also.
I am a single dad.I have 4 children.If you dont give, they are not going to have christmas.Please send cash, no checks to SINGLEDAD atlanta ga.I dont work,I live off food stamps and selling pot.I play the lottery at LEAST 3 times per day.Afterall, if you pay once, you have a 1 chance of winning , so I play 3 or 4 times per day.I smoke 2 packs of cigarettes daily,I have to pay my girlfriends rent on her apartment and I live in a tent in the woods.PLEASE GIVE
I wonder, when God considers the sins of man, if he will be more patient with someone who is lazy or with someone who is uncompassionate and pompous. Or perhaps he will consider them both equally. It's a good question to ponder, I think.
Hey Dose

Douglasville, GA

#15 Nov 25, 2010
The Bible talks a lot more about hard work and self discipline than compassion. One requires energy and action while other is a state of mind you can have sitting on your couch. Compassion is over rated and over requested. Self reliance and a relationship with God is the answer.
A Sin

Douglasville, GA

#16 Nov 25, 2010
Since when is is a sin to tell somebody to better themselves, get working and be wise? The bible says this all over. Don't mix up sin with the fact people feel sorry and want to help somebody else.
jimmy 41

Carrollton, GA

#17 Nov 25, 2010
Hey Dose wrote:
The Bible talks a lot more about hard work and self discipline than compassion. One requires energy and action while other is a state of mind you can have sitting on your couch. Compassion is over rated and over requested. Self reliance and a relationship with God is the answer.
people waste their money all year then want someone to help them at christmas, like you didnt know it was coming around in december.plan for holidays.get an emergency fund, or toy fund.instead of buying beer and wine, or lottery tickets, put that money in an account to buy christmas with.. NOW THERE IS A CONCEPT!
Back At Ya

Miami, FL

#18 Nov 25, 2010
Hey Dose wrote:
The Bible talks a lot more about hard work and self discipline than compassion. One requires energy and action while other is a state of mind you can have sitting on your couch. Compassion is over rated and over requested. Self reliance and a relationship with God is the answer.
I'm pretty sure Jesus didn't tell any of the beggars he encountered to buck up and look for a job at the Wal-Mart. He gave. Freely. Even if you do not feel inclined to do so, don't be so quick to judge, especially if you don't know a person's story. Even if you don't choose to provide support to another financially, you can show compassion and understanding.
jimmy 41

Carrollton, GA

#19 Nov 25, 2010
Back At Ya wrote:
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I'm pretty sure Jesus didn't tell any of the beggars he encountered to buck up and look for a job at the Wal-Mart. He gave. Freely. Even if you do not feel inclined to do so, don't be so quick to judge, especially if you don't know a person's story. Even if you don't choose to provide support to another financially, you can show compassion and understanding.
Jesus had no car,Jesus had no money.He walked everywhere he went.He gave of his kindness,and I dont remember seeing anywhere that the poster nor jesus said anything about WALMART.I dont believe jesus would have bought the great value brand either.
LHM

Atlanta, GA

#20 Nov 25, 2010
Get a credit card and pay it back when the thousands of dollars tax checks come in. I know its sounds harsh but actually I'm just telling you the best thing I can think of. Single mom 2 dependents that is at least 3 thousand dollars.:)

Happy Thanksgiving.
saleslady

Carrollton, GA

#21 Nov 25, 2010
Find a sugga daddy and start keeping him occupied.He will buy you whatever you need.I have one.Never had it BETTER!

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