A lot of Her Day Starts With A Coffee And Ends With A Whiskey Shirt problems for the homeless and poor in our society has many to blame, the most being governments, most will look at giving themselves rise in wages, upping expenses, or redecorating the office. Well, Jay, you’re welcome to your own opinion but I agree with Clair. Guess that makes me the ‘issue’ too. And it’s not just any building we are talking about here. Our Lady of Paris may not be important to you, obviously, a few billionaires have a different view on this building’s importance.
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Yet the Her Day Starts With A Coffee And Ends With A Whiskey Shirt government has no problem sending people to prison for not spending there hard earned money on council tax. To be honest it’s entirely up to them what they spend their money on. Also, who knows what other charities they may donate to. Everyone’s directing you could help the homeless /dying/poor etc speech towards the people who have donated toward this rebuild but there are a lot more millionaire’s out there than this handful of wealthy.
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Why not direct it towards them too if that’s your stance? Not necessarily too much, but why not give more to help people directly. Billionaires have obscene amounts of money and there are increasing amounts of them flaunting their wealth competing for who has the biggest floating gin palace. Why not help the world be a better place? Clear the oceans of plastic waste islands for one example. Absolutely agree. Pay people in their supply chain properly, look after your waste etc.
They will soon find out Her Day Starts With A Coffee And Ends With A Whiskey Shirt that if they do business well, care about people and planet along the way, they won’t have these supernormal profits – and cannot engage in the look at me the chestbeating game – which may be why they don’t do it. I’d like to think they give to other good causes. A lot of small charities miss out as they’re not able to publicise their charities like the big ones.