Panhandling should be confined to the streets
Winnipeg shoppers are familiar with this situation. You are reaching for your wallet at a checkout and the cashier asks you for a donation to some cause which is always completely supportable and most worthwhile.
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#1 Aug 22, 2013
Why worry about it. Those who feel obligated can pay. I just say NO, knowing those who hear me can feel its fine to say NO. I'm not guilt ridden, I'm my own man and make my own decisions. If asked if I want to save cats for instance, I say hell no euthanize them.
#3 Aug 22, 2013
Yes it says much of that in the story my friend. They say "Help us raise money" but the givers are not them. They take credit. May ALLAH piss in their goat soup.
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