Students in need get backpacks, school supplies in Detroit
Cecil Smith, 6, proudly wore the blue backpack he received this afternoon during Comerica Bank's school supply giveaway.Full Story
#1 Aug 28, 2011
Nothing like getting an early start on the entitlement cycle.
#2 Aug 28, 2011
It's not necessary or productive to always be negative. This program was open to any kid that walked in the door, without economic qualification. The bank supports it as a public relations effort. New school supplies tend to give young children an early interest in starting the school year. Of course it takes a lot more to keep the process moving forward. Encouraging children to enjoy learning in no way supports an entitlement cycle.
PS. A one-trick pony is the first to hit the glue factory.
#3 Aug 28, 2011
Gotta start early programing these kids to come in for the free toaster.
Mom and Dad can't afford pencils; they spent all their money on a 62" plasma high-definition TV.
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