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    Posted on 23:38:21 - 03/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    I did say Republican States,  she's in California so safe enough from such new laws occurring...
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    Posted on 23:40:50 - 03/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    JailTrump [2593083]

    I did say Republican States, she's in California so safe enough from such new laws occurring...
    Laws that only exist in your head

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said

    Kaizaki defeated the dried  up witch and got her prince in the end.

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    Posted on 05:21:00 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Collete, buddy, you really need to stop larping as some maga loser.

    Collete [1389080]

    Did you spend some time at Nauru ?










    You’re old and bitter, collete. Move on and take up gardening or bingo

    why can’t we all just get along?

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    Posted on 05:28:14 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Awesomepork101 [2478854]

    Collete, buddy, you really need to stop larping as some maga loser.

    Collete [1389080]

    Did you spend some time at Nauru ?










    Awesomepork101 [2478854]

    You’re old and bitter, collete. Move on and take up gardening or bingo

    Kaizaki defeated the dried  up witch and got her prince in the end.

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    Posted on 11:49:37 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Proves capitalism works again thank you for sharing


    Vista, California: A five-year-old girl is winning hearts of people after she sold cookies and hot cocoa to pay off the lunch debts of 123 of her classmates. Katelynn Hardee, a kindergartner at Breeze Hill Elementary School decided to help her friends when she overheard a parent say that she was facing difficulties to pay for an after school programme.
    When Katelynn talked to her mother Karina about it, she told her that they should be kind to people and help them whenever they can. The girl then decided to set up a stall along with her mother on December 8 and spent her Sunday selling cookies, hot cocoa and cider. The mother-daughter duo collected $80 from the sales and donated the amount to pay off the lunch debts of over 100 students at the school.








    "Everybody is just so proud and happy and other students are already talking about ways they can also make a difference. It goes to show that even one small, kind act from a five-year-old can mean the difference for someone in their life," Lori Higley, the principal of the school, told CNN.
    The five-year-old is now planning to pay off the "thousands of negative accounts" at schools in the Vista Unified School District, Karina said. The initiative is called #KikisKindnessProject.
    Other students and staff at the school have been motivated to join hands with Katelynn. They will host hot cocoa and baking goods stand on Saturday to raise more money and help other students pay off their negative school lunch accounts.

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said.
    You realize this actually supports the socialist angle right?

    No way she has her own funds to buy up cocoa (which is expensive) so her mom is effectively voluntarily donating/redistributing their own wealth to others in need in their community. Rightfully recognizing that hungry kids in school shouldn't be a thing to begin with.

    Not actually capitalism when you donate 100% of the profits
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    Posted on 11:52:31 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    JailTrump [2593083]

    I did say Republican States, she's in California so safe enough from such new laws occurring...

    Collete [1389080]

    Laws that only exist in your head

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said
    Actually, volunteers handing out food have been getting repeatedly ticketed and arrested for handing out food on the street in Houston 

    This is older video but is ongoing issue
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    Posted on 15:48:53 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    JailTrump [2593083]

    I did say Republican States, she's in California so safe enough from such new laws occurring...

    Collete [1389080]

    Laws that only exist in your head

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said

    Sagramor [1908287]

    Actually, volunteers handing out food have been getting repeatedly ticketed and arrested for handing out food on the street in Houston

    This is older video but is ongoing issue
    Not forgetting Georgia,  must not hand out bottles of water..
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    Posted on 21:22:29 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Proves capitalism works again thank you for sharing


    Vista, California: A five-year-old girl is winning hearts of people after she sold cookies and hot cocoa to pay off the lunch debts of 123 of her classmates. Katelynn Hardee, a kindergartner at Breeze Hill Elementary School decided to help her friends when she overheard a parent say that she was facing difficulties to pay for an after school programme.
    When Katelynn talked to her mother Karina about it, she told her that they should be kind to people and help them whenever they can. The girl then decided to set up a stall along with her mother on December 8 and spent her Sunday selling cookies, hot cocoa and cider. The mother-daughter duo collected $80 from the sales and donated the amount to pay off the lunch debts of over 100 students at the school.








    "Everybody is just so proud and happy and other students are already talking about ways they can also make a difference. It goes to show that even one small, kind act from a five-year-old can mean the difference for someone in their life," Lori Higley, the principal of the school, told CNN.
    The five-year-old is now planning to pay off the "thousands of negative accounts" at schools in the Vista Unified School District, Karina said. The initiative is called #KikisKindnessProject.
    Other students and staff at the school have been motivated to join hands with Katelynn. They will host hot cocoa and baking goods stand on Saturday to raise more money and help other students pay off their negative school lunch accounts.

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said.

    Sagramor [1908287]

    You realize this actually supports the socialist angle right?

    No way she has her own funds to buy up cocoa (which is expensive) so her mom is effectively voluntarily donating/redistributing their own wealth to others in need in their community. Rightfully recognizing that hungry kids in school shouldn't be a thing to begin with.

    Not actually capitalism when you donate 100% of the profits
    No it doesnt lmfao

    Its shows how you can earn money by being capitalist

    And the donating would be from the families christian values nothing to do with socialsim

    Socialist would be demanding someone else pays the bills

    lmfao

    Kaizaki defeated the dried  up witch and got her prince in the end.

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    Posted on 21:36:24 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    H4D35 [1487001]

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    Proves capitalism works again thank you for sharing


    Vista, California: A five-year-old girl is winning hearts of people after she sold cookies and hot cocoa to pay off the lunch debts of 123 of her classmates. Katelynn Hardee, a kindergartner at Breeze Hill Elementary School decided to help her friends when she overheard a parent say that she was facing difficulties to pay for an after school programme.
    When Katelynn talked to her mother Karina about it, she told her that they should be kind to people and help them whenever they can. The girl then decided to set up a stall along with her mother on December 8 and spent her Sunday selling cookies, hot cocoa and cider. The mother-daughter duo collected $80 from the sales and donated the amount to pay off the lunch debts of over 100 students at the school.








    "Everybody is just so proud and happy and other students are already talking about ways they can also make a difference. It goes to show that even one small, kind act from a five-year-old can mean the difference for someone in their life," Lori Higley, the principal of the school, told CNN.
    The five-year-old is now planning to pay off the "thousands of negative accounts" at schools in the Vista Unified School District, Karina said. The initiative is called #KikisKindnessProject.
    Other students and staff at the school have been motivated to join hands with Katelynn. They will host hot cocoa and baking goods stand on Saturday to raise more money and help other students pay off their negative school lunch accounts.

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said.

    Sagramor [1908287]

    You realize this actually supports the socialist angle right?

    No way she has her own funds to buy up cocoa (which is expensive) so her mom is effectively voluntarily donating/redistributing their own wealth to others in need in their community. Rightfully recognizing that hungry kids in school shouldn't be a thing to begin with.

    Not actually capitalism when you donate 100% of the profits

    Collete [1389080]

    No it doesnt lmfao

    Its shows how you can earn money by being capitalist

    And the donating would be from the families christian values nothing to do with socialsim

    Socialist would be demanding someone else pays the bills

    lmfao
    I don't think you understand what socialism actually is
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    Posted on 22:37:46 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Proves capitalism works again thank you for sharing


    Vista, California: A five-year-old girl is winning hearts of people after she sold cookies and hot cocoa to pay off the lunch debts of 123 of her classmates. Katelynn Hardee, a kindergartner at Breeze Hill Elementary School decided to help her friends when she overheard a parent say that she was facing difficulties to pay for an after school programme.
    When Katelynn talked to her mother Karina about it, she told her that they should be kind to people and help them whenever they can. The girl then decided to set up a stall along with her mother on December 8 and spent her Sunday selling cookies, hot cocoa and cider. The mother-daughter duo collected $80 from the sales and donated the amount to pay off the lunch debts of over 100 students at the school.








    "Everybody is just so proud and happy and other students are already talking about ways they can also make a difference. It goes to show that even one small, kind act from a five-year-old can mean the difference for someone in their life," Lori Higley, the principal of the school, told CNN.
    The five-year-old is now planning to pay off the "thousands of negative accounts" at schools in the Vista Unified School District, Karina said. The initiative is called #KikisKindnessProject.
    Other students and staff at the school have been motivated to join hands with Katelynn. They will host hot cocoa and baking goods stand on Saturday to raise more money and help other students pay off their negative school lunch accounts.

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said.

    Sagramor [1908287]

    You realize this actually supports the socialist angle right?

    No way she has her own funds to buy up cocoa (which is expensive) so her mom is effectively voluntarily donating/redistributing their own wealth to others in need in their community. Rightfully recognizing that hungry kids in school shouldn't be a thing to begin with.

    Not actually capitalism when you donate 100% of the profits

    Collete [1389080]

    No it doesnt lmfao

    Its shows how you can earn money by being capitalist

    And the donating would be from the families christian values nothing to do with socialsim

    Socialist would be demanding someone else pays the bills

    lmfao
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    Posted on 22:54:47 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Proves capitalism works again thank you for sharing


    Vista, California: A five-year-old girl is winning hearts of people after she sold cookies and hot cocoa to pay off the lunch debts of 123 of her classmates. Katelynn Hardee, a kindergartner at Breeze Hill Elementary School decided to help her friends when she overheard a parent say that she was facing difficulties to pay for an after school programme.
    When Katelynn talked to her mother Karina about it, she told her that they should be kind to people and help them whenever they can. The girl then decided to set up a stall along with her mother on December 8 and spent her Sunday selling cookies, hot cocoa and cider. The mother-daughter duo collected $80 from the sales and donated the amount to pay off the lunch debts of over 100 students at the school.








    "Everybody is just so proud and happy and other students are already talking about ways they can also make a difference. It goes to show that even one small, kind act from a five-year-old can mean the difference for someone in their life," Lori Higley, the principal of the school, told CNN.
    The five-year-old is now planning to pay off the "thousands of negative accounts" at schools in the Vista Unified School District, Karina said. The initiative is called #KikisKindnessProject.
    Other students and staff at the school have been motivated to join hands with Katelynn. They will host hot cocoa and baking goods stand on Saturday to raise more money and help other students pay off their negative school lunch accounts.

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said.

    Sagramor [1908287]

    You realize this actually supports the socialist angle right?

    No way she has her own funds to buy up cocoa (which is expensive) so her mom is effectively voluntarily donating/redistributing their own wealth to others in need in their community. Rightfully recognizing that hungry kids in school shouldn't be a thing to begin with.

    Not actually capitalism when you donate 100% of the profits

    Collete [1389080]

    No it doesnt lmfao

    Its shows how you can earn money by being capitalist

    And the donating would be from the families christian values nothing to do with socialsim

    Socialist would be demanding someone else pays the bills

    lmfao

    Faether [2732904]

    With the state deciding what each person's "needs" are rather than abiding by a framework which ensures maximal levels of individual freedom and prosperity.

    Please, never go into politics

    dark,en,badge,group

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    Posted on 23:08:49 - 04/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Proves capitalism works again thank you for sharing


    Vista, California: A five-year-old girl is winning hearts of people after she sold cookies and hot cocoa to pay off the lunch debts of 123 of her classmates. Katelynn Hardee, a kindergartner at Breeze Hill Elementary School decided to help her friends when she overheard a parent say that she was facing difficulties to pay for an after school programme.
    When Katelynn talked to her mother Karina about it, she told her that they should be kind to people and help them whenever they can. The girl then decided to set up a stall along with her mother on December 8 and spent her Sunday selling cookies, hot cocoa and cider. The mother-daughter duo collected $80 from the sales and donated the amount to pay off the lunch debts of over 100 students at the school.








    "Everybody is just so proud and happy and other students are already talking about ways they can also make a difference. It goes to show that even one small, kind act from a five-year-old can mean the difference for someone in their life," Lori Higley, the principal of the school, told CNN.
    The five-year-old is now planning to pay off the "thousands of negative accounts" at schools in the Vista Unified School District, Karina said. The initiative is called #KikisKindnessProject.
    Other students and staff at the school have been motivated to join hands with Katelynn. They will host hot cocoa and baking goods stand on Saturday to raise more money and help other students pay off their negative school lunch accounts.

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said.

    Sagramor [1908287]

    You realize this actually supports the socialist angle right?

    No way she has her own funds to buy up cocoa (which is expensive) so her mom is effectively voluntarily donating/redistributing their own wealth to others in need in their community. Rightfully recognizing that hungry kids in school shouldn't be a thing to begin with.

    Not actually capitalism when you donate 100% of the profits

    Collete [1389080]

    No it doesnt lmfao

    Its shows how you can earn money by being capitalist

    And the donating would be from the families christian values nothing to do with socialsim

    Socialist would be demanding someone else pays the bills

    lmfao

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    With the state deciding what each person's "needs" are rather than abiding by a framework which ensures maximal levels of individual freedom and prosperity.

    Please, never go into politics
    You inspired me to find some good reading material
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    Posted on 09:49:22 - 05/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Kaizaki defeated the dried  up witch and got her prince in the end.

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    Posted on 10:38:09 - 05/03/24 (2 months ago)
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    Proves capitalism works again thank you for sharing


    Vista, California: A five-year-old girl is winning hearts of people after she sold cookies and hot cocoa to pay off the lunch debts of 123 of her classmates. Katelynn Hardee, a kindergartner at Breeze Hill Elementary School decided to help her friends when she overheard a parent say that she was facing difficulties to pay for an after school programme.
    When Katelynn talked to her mother Karina about it, she told her that they should be kind to people and help them whenever they can. The girl then decided to set up a stall along with her mother on December 8 and spent her Sunday selling cookies, hot cocoa and cider. The mother-daughter duo collected $80 from the sales and donated the amount to pay off the lunch debts of over 100 students at the school.








    "Everybody is just so proud and happy and other students are already talking about ways they can also make a difference. It goes to show that even one small, kind act from a five-year-old can mean the difference for someone in their life," Lori Higley, the principal of the school, told CNN.
    The five-year-old is now planning to pay off the "thousands of negative accounts" at schools in the Vista Unified School District, Karina said. The initiative is called #KikisKindnessProject.
    Other students and staff at the school have been motivated to join hands with Katelynn. They will host hot cocoa and baking goods stand on Saturday to raise more money and help other students pay off their negative school lunch accounts.

    The money raised will also be used to help support school programmes that will be removed due to low budget. "It's all about kindness. Especially this holiday season, and with everything that's going on in the world, we just need a little bit more kindness out there," the mother said.

    Sagramor [1908287]

    You realize this actually supports the socialist angle right?

    No way she has her own funds to buy up cocoa (which is expensive) so her mom is effectively voluntarily donating/redistributing their own wealth to others in need in their community. Rightfully recognizing that hungry kids in school shouldn't be a thing to begin with.

    Not actually capitalism when you donate 100% of the profits

    Collete [1389080]

    No it doesnt lmfao

    Its shows how you can earn money by being capitalist

    And the donating would be from the families christian values nothing to do with socialsim

    Socialist would be demanding someone else pays the bills

    lmfao

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    I don't think you understand what socialism actually is
    Oh he most definitely doesn't
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