Thursday, June 06, 2013

The 4 Types of People on Welfare Nobody Talks About

The 4 Types of People on Welfare Nobody Talks About [link fixed]

The url is http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-4-types-people-welfare-nobody-talks-about/

6 comments:

  1. Link is broke. It has 'http://barefootbum.blogspot.ie/2013/06' stuck in front which refers back to your blog.

    Pesky relative links! :)

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  2. The 'nobody talks about' part sorts limits the inclusion.
    And category 1 & 4 are unfortunate and I hope they get it together, but they are the ones the system is in place for. Cat-3-4 are sad cases that need fixing.

    All the ones getting it that everyone is talking about-corporations-churches-congress- are all crooks bleeding the system.

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  3. Strangely enough that link was blocked by the firewall in work because it contained 'violence'.

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    1. That's the capitalist ruling class for ya.

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