duncan wrote:yep, i've also heard of a particular beggar in Edinburgh who owns a very large house and has lots of money stashed away. That's why he looks like he's not washed in months and has holes in his shoes...
Until I see said beggar driving off in his luxury car, or have photographic proof, I'm treating it as apocryphal
Doorstop wrote:Less than 5 minutes before Clarkson's contentious statements about the strikers being "taken out and shot" he stated very clearly that he was fully in support of the strikers and their strike action but, being a BBC employee, he should be seen to be giving a balanced view on the subject and so should temper his approval by also saying the strikers should be executed.
I am no fan of Clarksons right wing 'peasant bashing' but, in this instance, I think the man has been taken completely out of context and people have jumped on an internet bandwagon to vilify him for something he clearly didn't do.
glad we can be a bit un PC here!. There are many people deserving of charity, especially since the finance catastrophy, but not aggressive beggars and marketing companies employing students on commission only to sell charity DDs on the streets.
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