@j.lakemaker -- read the comments before you say something rather pointless.
@cello700 -- you seem to be another person who is just using this crowdfunding argument to be lazy and not donate. in the time it takes to post something about how you'd rather donate using crowdsourcing (a pointless difference), you could have already donated.
next it will be "If only they made the pre-designated donation amounts better, I would have donated. Alas, I had to enter in my own donation amount. So I can't donate. It's their fault, I swear. My laziness is totally justified and my honor is in tact."
You have to have something in order to make a donation? The donation provides GOOD RADIO @Jonathan Clements. if they give you a t-shirt it's not really a donation anymore is it?. Plus if they had the money to give out that many free T shirts they probably wouldn't need all this money to help keep the station open. Have you guys even donated yet? Or is commenting about crowd sourcing funds just a way to avoid donating?
@RADRADRAD donations IS crowdfunding. Just donate already. What are you afraid of? I just donated $20. It was simple. Let's keep it that way. You know how to donate, people. Let's help out.
Yeah, oydave, we should all just try to change people's opinions by sitting at home being dikktrolls on the computer. Those people who threw tea into the harbor to protest taxes? They were probably dicks. Those people who staged sit ins to protest segregation? What a bunch of uppity a holes! They should've sat down back in the colored area where they belonged and not made a fuss about institutionalized injustice.
We should all just learn to sit at home and shut up, unless it is to make stupid pointless comments on the internet insulting people who fight for the common good. Your ethics and tactics are obviously the supreme.
Nice, Krystle, keep up the racism. That'll solve the problem. In this day and age how are you even going to tell who owns what?
I would have to agree on Portishead. Specifically, I like Massive Attack. Now those are some sexy tracks.
umm yeah this does nothing to address the real issues of crime. how about addressing social issues? will throwing more cops u do much? not really. and more idiots coming in drunk to EAV isn't gonna help either. how about each person instead of getting trashed at a bar and letting society go to hell actually look at what's causing our society to become more fucked up? maybe volunteer your time and do something?
or you could just be sheeple, get a beer and wait for white people gentrification and the beltline to drive the "morally bankrupt" out.
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