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(Maui News)   This holiday season, the cops are harassing homeless people as usual. Just kidding, they got thirty kids from the local shelter for homeless families, and took them toy shopping   ( divider line
    More: Sappy, emergency shelter, poverties, homeless, families, toys  
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2012-12-17 04:58:58 AM  
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SevenizGud: swingerofbirches: The other 66 kids hopefully learned that they can earn worthiness next year if they work a little harder at school. Having no permanent address, an unstable family situation, and lack of supplies is no excuse!

The even better thing is the rewarding of fail. What better value to teach our children than that if you are a loser, and have loser parents, then people will step in and take care of you even though you did nothing to deserve it. And it teaches the corollary principle that people who actually, you know, work for a living and take care of their children should be punished by nobody coming to give them jack squat, but instead, taking their shiat from them to give to a bunch of slacker losers.

Reward that fail, America! Punish success, reward parasitism!

Arbeit macht frei!

2012-12-17 04:05:57 AM  
1 vote:

Hello, Imperial Dragon Restaurant? I've got 30 you-know-whats for sale.
2012-12-17 03:41:51 AM  
1 vote:
So they're stealing kids from shelters now? fark the man!
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