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Six huh?my local capitalist one has 50 washers and 56 dryers.And six is the best that a priestly institution of 1700 years can do to assist their fellow ma live cleanly.What does this really say about SJW virtue signalling(nee claiming.)
Yeah that's it.It is truly not virtue signalling-it's virtue claiming.(and usually unearned).
Blind Pharisee! First clean the inside of the cup and dish, and then the outside also will be clean.
"Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have give I thee: rinse up and wash!
I pity people who have to launder their own money.
Meanwhile in North Dakota:With the snows melting in icy North Dakota, the mounds of frozen garbage left by far-left Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protestors are finally being cleared. What should the police find in all those acres of debris? A dead body, not surprisingly, nestled among all the garbage-barge-like flotsam and jetsam such Occupy-inspired campout protests always leave in their wake.The body was of a California man who hung out at protests as an 'activist' and who had been reported missing by his stepbrother last October. It was found in the Cannonball River where it had been left among all the detritus of the protestors, apparently none of them particularly caring, yet all full of self-righteous virtuousness about saving the earth as their demonstration spun into chaos. That's right, they left a fellow protestor's dead body behind in a river but piously lectured the people of the North Dakota about the horrors of the Dakota Access Pipleline polluting some lake.
Tommy Duncan said...With the snows melting in icy North Dakota, the mounds of frozen garbage left by far-left Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protestors are finally being cleared.I know that liberals have a reputation for leaving trash behind after they're done whining, but from the pictures the DAPL protestors are mostly Amerindians; they're much trashier than liberals, maybe even more-so than Mexicans.As can be deduced by the cutesy writing, your article was from a semi-MSM source, and they can't afford to be honest about such things.
When I went into a "laverie" in Belgium, I thought it was a bathroom.I knew something was strange, because the sign was so big, but I think the people in there were confused about my expression upon entering.You learn foreign languages slowly... :-)
It might be the Pope's own laundromat and it might be in Rome, but I think we're going to revisit the tragedy of the commons all over again.
This is just about the only constructive thing this Pope has done, as small as it is.
"And six is the best that a priestly institution of 1700 years can do to assist their fellow man live cleanly."The Catholic Church has innumerable local institutions that care for and support every category of the poor and afflicted. It is a truly enormous and ubiquitous network. And yes, these often include laundry facilities. This is just a few homeless-specific outlets in San Francisco alone. There are dozens of other charitable outlets for other purposes. 10th & Mission Family HousingAssisted Housing & HealthDerek Silva CommunityEdith Witt Senior CommunityHazel Betsey CommunityHomelessness PreventionLeland HousePeter Claver CommunityRita da Cascia CommunitySF HomeSt. Joseph's Family CenterStar Community HomeTreasure Island Supportive Housing
Gee, how generous of the world's richest entity!
You know, a laundromat is one of the few things you can offer for free to the poor and be pretty sure that only poor people will take advantage of it. Interesting.
"The Catholic Church has innumerable local institutions that care for and support every category of the poor and afflicted. It is a truly enormous and ubiquitous network."That is true. After Katrina, the WSJ reported that the 2 most effective charities working to alleviate the distress of survivors were Catholic Charities in Louisiana and the Salvation Army in Mississippi. In both cases, they were able to work through their own network of churches to deliver help much more efficiently than the Red Cross -and with much lower overhead and administrative costs.
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