Free Thanksgiving dinners available in Erie, Crawford counties

Nov 19, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: GoErie

Inspired by a mission trip to a Baltimore soup kitchen, a downtown Erie restaurant and local high school students are teaming up to offer a free sit-down Thanksgiving dinner here.

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TWTL

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Fork it over,you guilt-ridden white do-gooders

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TWTL wrote:
Fork it over,you guilt-ridden white do-gooders
Actually which one will I see your charity driven face serving the less fortunate at Dennis? I thought the neocons gave more to charity....or are you an exception?
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I am so sick of the holidays turning into a welfare celebration! Geez--all the red kettles are out already, too. It seems like you cannot even get groceries without someone hounding you to give to charity. I can hardly take care of myself and I do not like being made to feel guilty. And just for the record, my turkey only cost me $4, so who cannot afford that?
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ActuaIIy wrote:
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Actually which one will I see your charity driven face serving the less fortunate at Dennis? I thought the neocons gave more to charity....or are you an exception?
Actually which one will I see your charity driven face serving the less fortunate at Dennis?

A: NONE

I thought the neocons gave more to charity....or are you an exception?

A: I deal in dry goods only...no cash

When the salvation army makes the kettle slot big enough for a can of beans...or pickled beets I'll be there.

OTHERWISE!!......screw the crooks

DITTO for the "red cross"........crooks
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Turkey Trot wrote:
I am so sick of the holidays turning into a welfare celebration! Geez--all the red kettles are out already, too. It seems like you cannot even get groceries without someone hounding you to give to charity. I can hardly take care of myself and I do not like being made to feel guilty. And just for the record, my turkey only cost me $4, so who cannot afford that?
ten bucks can buy a lot of potatoes and turkey... thats only one pack of cigarettes and a 6 pack of colt 45
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Bob Oppenheimer wrote:
<quoted text>ten bucks can buy a lot of potatoes and turkey... thats only one pack of cigarettes and a 6 pack of colt 45
Your head does look like a baseball! all it needs are the stitches. hold still...

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TWTL wrote:
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Actually which one will I see your charity driven face serving the less fortunate at Dennis?
A: NONE
I thought the neocons gave more to charity....or are you an exception?
A: I deal in dry goods only...no cash
When the salvation army makes the kettle slot big enough for a can of beans...or pickled beets I'll be there.
OTHERWISE!!......screw the crooks
DITTO for the "red cross"........crooks
Actually translated to English - You are as cheap a SOB as you are a full of crap poster.

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Actually translated to English - You are as cheap a SOB as you are a full of crap poster.
ACTUALLY I have to agree with you, you do have a heart! What Jay is doing and all others in Erie are just great! This is what Thanksgiving is all about!
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ActuaIIy wrote:
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Actually translated to English - You are as cheap a SOB as you are a full of crap poster.
Fork it over,you guilt-ridden white do-gooders
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Turkey Trot wrote:
I am so sick of the holidays turning into a welfare celebration! Geez--all the red kettles are out already, too. It seems like you cannot even get groceries without someone hounding you to give to charity. I can hardly take care of myself and I do not like being made to feel guilty. And just for the record, my turkey only cost me $4, so who cannot afford that?
I'm sick too! The Salvation Army beggers are out in full force and yet the SA has enough money to sponsor the half time show on Thanksgiving Day between Dallas and the Saints. Give me a break!! Couldn't they find a better use for the money!
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jamie wrote:
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I'm sick too! The Salvation Army beggers are out in full force and yet the SA has enough money to sponsor the half time show on Thanksgiving Day between Dallas and the Saints. Give me a break!! Couldn't they find a better use for the money!
Hey,

Let the guilt-ridden white do-gooders...fork it over...

they got what they got with hard work and sacrifice....

now they feel guilty?

The guilt-ridden white do-gooders were working while most of these

losers were dead a$$ stoned on a couch or off to a concert

somewhere.

Keep your money, these losers will eventually eat themselves anyway

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