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WOAH! How did this get down here?

 

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Still waiting for a reply from SuperBot. Let's hope it comes soon!
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Hope we get a reply pretty soon. Otherwise this might just turn into a bump topic.

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Have you got anything back yet?

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My biggest problem with these things is that these families do not need money from us. Therapy is the only thing that needs to be purchased. They need  heartfelt responses and love. I am not trying to be a downer or hate on these charities, but I see no point in giving money to people who require something else. Now, paying for therapy is good, but if you look at the amount of money donated for these things, it disturbs me. The bus monitor who was harassed got hundreds of thousands of dollars, for example. This is much bigger than that.

 

I pray these families will push forward and get the help they really need. Not monetary help, but mental and spiritual help.

 


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bob-maul wrote:

My biggest problem with these things is that these families do not need money from us. Therapy is the only thing that needs to be purchased. They need  heartfelt responses and love. I am not trying to be a downer or hate on these charities, but I see no point in giving money to people who require something else. Now, paying for therapy is good, but if you look at the amount of money donated for these things, it disturbs me. The bus monitor who was harassed got hundreds of thousands of dollars, for example. This is much bigger than that.

 

I pray these families will push forward and get the help they really need. Not monetary help, but mental and spiritual help.

 


It's not just the money. But it's the knowledge that people care about what they are going through.

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DoctorSprocket wrote:

bob-maul wrote:

My biggest problem with these things is that these families do not need money from us. Therapy is the only thing that needs to be purchased. They need  heartfelt responses and love. I am not trying to be a downer or hate on these charities, but I see no point in giving money to people who require something else. Now, paying for therapy is good, but if you look at the amount of money donated for these things, it disturbs me. The bus monitor who was harassed got hundreds of thousands of dollars, for example. This is much bigger than that.

 

I pray these families will push forward and get the help they really need. Not monetary help, but mental and spiritual help.

 


It's not just the money. But it's the knowledge that people care about what they are going through.


By giving money! Condolences should speak louder than your wallet. There are kids dying in Africa of things that Americans have not died from in 200 years. THEY need money. These families need theraputic help and hope. 


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bob-maul wrote:

DoctorSprocket wrote:

bob-maul wrote:

My biggest problem with these things is that these families do not need money from us. Therapy is the only thing that needs to be purchased. They need  heartfelt responses and love. I am not trying to be a downer or hate on these charities, but I see no point in giving money to people who require something else. Now, paying for therapy is good, but if you look at the amount of money donated for these things, it disturbs me. The bus monitor who was harassed got hundreds of thousands of dollars, for example. This is much bigger than that.

 

I pray these families will push forward and get the help they really need. Not monetary help, but mental and spiritual help.

 


It's not just the money. But it's the knowledge that people care about what they are going through.


By giving money! Condolences should speak louder than your wallet. There are kids dying in Africa of things that Americans have not died from in 200 years. THEY need money. These families need theraputic help and hope. 


I see your point.

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