And I thought the girl who won the lottery and still collecting welfare because she thought she deserved it because she wasn't working was bad. This is very sad. People truly amaze me sometimes and not in a good way.
You know why this bothers me? It's people like this little girl who make it hard for people like me who continually raise funds for cancer awareness. Right now charity organizations for cancer get a bad name because of all the bad apples out there like this little girl. This right here, is our setback ladies and gentlemen, and one of the reasons why finding the cure is nowhere near the horizon.
I have a co-worker who has an 'octopus' of cancer on the edges of her liver and other neighboring organs. She is the sweetest lady you could ever meet...it's not fair. And stories like this are so sad.
Vile scavenger. You can at least be content that you don't have companies doing this, and furthermore somehow being allowed to by the so-called "press". All we can do is keep blogging and hope someone cares...
What +Christopher Lira said. We really don't want to call people who support a good cause fools. I don't get asked for much information when I ask people to donate to any of my campaigns for cancer. They put their trust in me, that I am raising funds for what I say I am. And they do so from the goodness of their heart. I, and charity organizations are given the benefit of the doubt all the time and when people like this little girl do things like this it takes away from it. Cheapens it even.
Both Christopher Lira and Tiffany Henry were right! I apologize for my words, no matter English is not my first language I should have paid attention! Many people want to genuinely help, and I was fooled too, many times. From now on I will not call myself a fool anymore :-)