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40 minutes ago, EricTh said:

I don't think people want old clothing especially in this pandemic but food is alright.

 

 

True, you never know where the old clothes have come from. I see dead people is a phrase you may hear

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3 hours ago, lee b said:

True, you never know where the old clothes have come from. I see dead people is a phrase you may hear

You could just as well choose to think they came from a happy or significant place.

 

But whatever you think the facts are that second hand clothing is widely used, sold or given.  So a lot of people see it for what it is rather than following your line of imagination and adding negatives to it.

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On 5/29/2020 at 11:36 PM, EricTh said:

I don't think people want old clothing especially in this pandemic but food is alright.

 

 

I suppose one can always come up with an opinion, but the fact is that temples do accept clothing donations.

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1 hour ago, Puwa said:

I suppose one can always come up with an opinion, but the fact is that temples do accept clothing donations.

Very large growth in quantity of opinions available today has made the difference between fact and opinion difficult for many to recognize.


So we see opinions argued as if they were facts and facts disputed as if they were opinions.

 

 

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On 5/30/2020 at 12:07 AM, Bill97 said:

Lots of people with little or no money that can use old clothing and are very happy to get some.  Hell yes they want it.

You are right, infact clothes you dont wear anymore are more than useful and kids clothes and toys, down where I live the weather is changing now more rain and to Thai's its cold in the night,

One group where I live apart from food and water they need clothes before you throw anything away think maybe someone have a use for it

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Try Makro

Report your activity to the local authority

 

Spread the word

 

Follow protection guidelines and social distancing

 

Give the food to the people in the line.

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4 hours ago, Puwa said:

I suppose one can always come up with an opinion, but the fact is that temples do accept clothing donations.

In normal times, they do accept non-essential things like clothing, toys but in times of pandemic, it's a different story for obvious reasons. 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, EricTh said:

In normal times, they do accept non-essential things like clothing, toys but in times of pandemic, it's a different story for obvious reasons. 

 

 

Let's make a deal. If you stop telling people what they can and cannot donate, I'll stop pointing out the obvious shortcomings of your argument in terms of both fact (temples do accept clothing) and logic (how could you possible know what people want and need?). 

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1 hour ago, EricTh said:

non-essential things like clothing

Really Eric, if clothing in non-essential how about you try living without it and see how that works out for you.  For starters wear nothing on your next trip to Immigration.

 

 

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There is a group across from the chinese embassy who hand out food every day. I gave them some money a month ago, they will take your photo. I walked up and ask someone handing out food they pointed to another man and then a very attractive lady came over and I gave them the money and they took photo. They have been there for a month handing out food.

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