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Re: Jake the Snake asking fans to donate for shoulder surgery
The old worn out fallacy of "Appeal to Worse Problems" eh? Ok, if that's the case, why are you frittering away your time on this wrestling forum when you could be using your resources, brain-power, and time to assist starving children in Africa and other far more important matters such as global warming? The fact is you can do more than one thing a a time; fans assisting a broken down wrestler who entertained many of us through the years shows our gratitude and humanity - which you of course you lack by your callous hypocrisy and false appeal. No doubt that Jake has to be responsible for his actions but he put he literally broke his body to entertain us and eventually succumbed to alcoholism and drug addiction. These are diseases not moral lapses that you judge like a two-faced religionist.
Doesn't he know that by using his pc he burns away power that could be used to save a child in Africa! What a hypocrite! But Africa is nowadays a bottomless pit, remember in the 80's with Live Aid and Michael Jackson singing with his celebrity buddies We Are The World, today we are STILL giving money to Africa, the country is still heavily corrupt (did you know that not one dollar went to the African people when the world cup was held there? It all needed to go FIFA, thats how much we care). The only way a country's people can be helped is by it's own people, remove the corrupt people, plant good guys who care for their people. But i'm going a bit off topic here, i rather give my money to someone who was a childhood hero to help him out with a few bucks than give money to someone i don't know and pretty much don't care about anymore.
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