What do you think of a person who steals a Salvation Army bucket?
This just actually happened in the state of North Carolina. For those who don't know these buckets are used to collect money from normally outside of stores for those people in need during the Holidays and other times of the year. In my opinion humanity has now reached a new low, which we've not quite seen since World War Two. On a brighter note the store manager donated $100 to the Salvation Army to help help out on this sad loss, so it's not a completely bad day. You should be able to Google this sad story if you are interested in hearing and reading more about it.
It is pathetic for a person to take what is not his. For the person to steal what is meant for charity is means that he has no moral compass and would snatch even food from a dying person. These kind of people have always been around and I do not think it is anything new. Sad incident indeed.
At least they did not use a gun. I do not know if the Salvation bucket is a new low since people have already been holding up banks and even other people. Including senior citizens and places such as nursing homes, hospitals and the likes.
A few years ago in North Little Rock, a SA major and chaplain was murdered by a couple of scumbags. At least they didn't kill his wife, also a SA major.
Did they kill him to take something or just for the heck of it?
Desperation make people do some really crazy, and really awful things....on the other end of this are people who do things because they think it is funny, or just because they can. Either way it is not good.
This feels personal. I think the same thing about him as I thought about the employee who stole my Christmas basket when I was a single mom working in radio and really needed the stuff for my kids Christmas dinner. They are bottom-feeding scumbags, and the world would be better off without them.
Why did they steal from The Salvation Army? Were they that in need or just because? If just because then they are horrible people. But if they are that in need, I see no concern.
that is bad, a thief. How could someone so cruel to steal the money for the poor?
However we don't have salvation army donation box in malaysia. Only salvation army shop that sells 2nd hand stuffs
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