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Begslist- Cyber begging for Money

Those who have fallen on hard times and who choose to supplement their income are finding new ways to make money by Cyber begging. Virtual panhandling is slowly becoming a viable option for those who need money for any reason. 392 more words

Cyber Begging

Seasalt Charity Bags

Everyone loves to eat fish but as you tuck into your catch of the day, have you ever spared a thought for the men risking their lives to land it? 378 more words

Product Reviews

MS-UK calls on the knit and natter group for new bear outfits!

As this is the year of the bear at MS-UK, I visited the lovely ladies of the Great Bromley WI knit and natter group to have a talk about creating some bespoke outfits for Myles, our lovable mascot. 226 more words


Shane Warne bigger prick than ever previously thought, says charity probe

Shane Warne is a bigger prick than anyone has ever previously thought, according to a a statement by the Victorian government in Australia.

Investigating alleged improprieties in the former Australian cricketer’s charity, the Shane Warde Foundation, officials revealed that tentative results appear to confirm that the 46-year-old is a bigger twat than was considered possible. 100 more words


The bridge that Petronella built

Today I sleep with a smile, something I haven’t done in years and tomorrow I will walk with a spring in my step. It’s a proud feeling that I have that I wish to share with you. 790 more words


Suspended coffee/meals for homeless

Following on from my post about helping people in need I thought that I’d share a good way of giving to those less fortunate.

Some coffee shops/cafes, etc run a scheme where you can pre-order food or drink for a homeless person called a ‘suspended’ coffee or meal. 165 more words

creative tongues

Christians are creative forces in the world.

By the word creative, I’m not referring to innovative idea-mongers or artsy collectives.  To me, “creative” refers to calling into existence that which is not yet (ex nihilo, if you will).   473 more words