"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
That is soooooo cute! I clean out my pockets for the Salvation Army anyway. If I ran across this lil' critter, I'd probably toss in my truck keys, too.
Let's run that horse for president! Not only will EVERYONE agree he's adorable, said horse is smarter than Obama.
We've got bell ringers everywhere this year. I usually drop a little something in the bucket. The most exotic bell ringer we ever had was a guy who played his trombone instead of ringing a bell. I'm with SwampWoman. A bell-ringing mini horse could probably clean me out.
I never drop anything in their buckets. Or anybody else's.Everybody they support is younger and more able bodied than I am at age 52. I just worked 14 hours today. I'll work 60 hours next week. Their clients will spend next week stealing shopping carts, holding cardboard signs like royal sceptres, and smirking at me. Piss on 'em.
Deborah Leigh said...Jonah, it is easy to understand your sentiments. Please consider that the people who beg are not receiving assistance from Salvation Army. Lives have been returned to productability by the Salvation Army and others. Keep in mind, that while someone's body may be able, they are unable to lead a normal, happier life due to the ravages of illness, addiction or other affliction. I met a man who SA saved. He had been a lawyer until alcohol addiction took over. Hopefully, you will rethink the current position and, help those who are saving lives.Merry Christmas to you and yours!
Deborah is spot on.
Although I'm not quite sure that saving lawyers has any societal benefit.:)
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