shiftytigger wrote:its their victory,their winnings I care neither way - simply noting that it could have been an option.
psj3809 wrote:shiftytigger wrote:its their victory,their winnings I care neither way - simply noting that it could have been an option.
Some of them might do that. Thing is they cant win, if they give a chunk to charity and make it public then people will think 'yeah yeah look at him getting brownie points, no doubt got a new film coming out or something', i'm sure a few will give donations. If they dont create a fuss about giving donations then people will think 'tight g!t, should give it to charity' etc !
sscott wrote:What grinds my gears, the absolute blink of an eye of our existance before our demise. And to think, I had a decent day at work overall.
sscott wrote:I've wondered whether these posts will still be in cyberspace long after we're all dead? I was born, I lived, hated and died. What grinds my gears, the absolute blink of an eye of our existance before our demise. And to think, I had a decent day at work overall.
CIH wrote:Ha, I've often found myself contemplating the effect of ones actions and how it's deminished over time. Even the every best or the very worst of people, I'm talking the Einsteins, the Hitlers, etc, given enough time nobody will care what they did, even if it takes 100s of years. So what chance has an ordinary dude got ?
Ferret Oxide wrote:People have become very selfish. I think part of that is because whenever someone acts like a total tw@t, there's always somebody around to cry "look at it from his perspective!" I even saw an article in the Guardian defending the mother of "Baby P", saying it wasn't her fault that she tortured and killed her child.
As long as there are apologists for people who do wrong, no matter how serious the act, there will be people who decide that the basic laws and cultural norms of society do not apply to them.
IronMaidenRule wrote:I want to be a mighty warrior that can give people Vajjazles with a swing of his mighty sword, and also replenish health with communal Merkins!....I would like to be called....Norman!
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