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Fighting famine

February 23, 2013

The Rev. Ed Noga of St. Patrick Parish in Youngstown offers prayers and words on Friday during a three-day vigil organized by People Fighting Famine....

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Feb-23-13 11:29 PM

There's plenty of famine in the U.S. Crap.

Of course, it all depends on how you define "famine", but I'm sure we both can define it, so that's not the point.

I know a woman who literally froze to death...she died because she was moved out of a shelter, so she eventually just crawled in back of some abandoned home, and peacefully laid down and went to sleep. Obviously this was in the depths of winter, and this happened several years ago. She froze to death. Did I mention that the poor woman froze to death?

Josh Tivio would probably love this, lol.


"Folks really needing a meal usually find it..."

I agree. Key word being "Usually". It doesn't always happen.


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Feb-23-13 1:48 PM

Dude on the left has certainly missed no meals and a week of famine would serve him well. I can't help but sense there is bullcrap with this group.

Yes hunger exists but there is no famine in America. Too much free food being passed out and food stamp benefits available for that. Folks really needing a meal usually find it...

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Feb-23-13 8:43 AM

Looks more like a three person circle jerk.

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