Poverty? Are you having a bubble?

This morning cheap nfl jerseys there was talk of poverty in the UK on the TV.

First, there was some correspondent, talking about parents having to miss meals to feed their children then Arlene Phillips (former SCD judge) said she agreed that there is an issue with children Cheap NFL Jerseys not having access to things like technology, and certain other amenities like computers and such before two mothers of toddlers spoke about having to give up things like work; to parent their kids full time, not being able to afford childcare and not being able to ride the bus with heavy bags.

This really wound me up, because:

This канал is poverty:

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This is not:

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The laughable argument that people “nowadays are used to technology” is ridiculous. I’m used to watching MTV cribs and seeing condos in the West Indies, does this mean I should own one too? Perhaps. I don’t though, would love to. I digress…

Yes. It’s awful that some of us in cheap oakleys the UK are not able to afford new shoes, 3 square meals a day and a heated house, but calling this poverty is the same as calling a skipped breakfast and a forgotten flask of tea, starvation.

I feel like what this does is encourage the nfl jerseys shop idea that we are owed these luxuries (broadband, cheap transport, the latest trends) despite the hundreds and thousands of people who are suffering daily in floods, hurricanes, droughts and famine.

Poverty? Pssht! Not a chance!

To end this with a quote:

“If a fellow isn’t thankful for what he’s got, he isn’t likely to be thankful for what he’s going to get.” – Frank A. Clark


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