Hate To Do This/Good Story, Though

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    Hate To Do This/Good Story, Though

    But, I have to give a tip of the cap to the Jacobs family.  Ugh. It hurts just to type that. heh

    I was watching the world news last night and they had a piece on the post game food distribution program the Bruins have organized to donate food to the people who need it.

    I never understood why this wasn't done before, but apparently, what the Jacobs do with this program is fairly new. I always assumed restaurants and grocery stores in some communities did this as well, but maybe not.

    Even MLB doesn't do this, which is a disgrace considering how many games they play during a season and their revenue.  The report did say MLB was considering it. 

    Anyway, it's a good story and hopefully other leagues or just other institutions contribute in a similar fashion.

    This country overproduces food to make money, yet we still see people going hungry, which should never happen in this country.

    Anway, tip of the cap the Jacobs Family for taking the lead and doing what is right.
     
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    But, I have to give a tip of the cap to the Jacobs family.  Ugh. It hurts just to type that. heh I was watching the world news last night and they had a piece on the post game food distribution program the Bruins have organized to donate food to the people who need it. I never understood why this wasn't done before, but apparently, what the Jacobs do with this program is fairly new. I always assumed restaurants and grocery stores in some communities did this as well, but maybe not. Even MLB doesn't do this, which is a disgrace considering how many games they play during a season and their revenue.  The report did say MLB was considering it.  Anyway, it's a good story and hopefully other leagues or just other institutions contribute in a similar fashion. This country overproduces food to make money, yet we still see people going hungry, which should never happen in this country. Anway, tip of the cap the Jacobs Family for taking the lead and doing what is right.
    Posted by BBReigns

    Nice job BBR.Now that's being objective.Glad to see the Jacobs clan step up for the less fortunate.
     
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    In Response to Hate To Do This/Good Story, Though:
    But, I have to give a tip of the cap to the Jacobs family.  Ugh. It hurts just to type that. heh I was watching the world news last night and they had a piece on the post game food distribution program the Bruins have organized to donate food to the people who need it. I never understood why this wasn't done before, but apparently, what the Jacobs do with this program is fairly new. I always assumed restaurants and grocery stores in some communities did this as well, but maybe not. Even MLB doesn't do this, which is a disgrace considering how many games they play during a season and their revenue.  The report did say MLB was considering it.  Anyway, it's a good story and hopefully other leagues or just other institutions contribute in a similar fashion. This country overproduces food to make money, yet we still see people going hungry, which should never happen in this country. Anway, tip of the cap the Jacobs Family for taking the lead and doing what is right.
    Posted by BBReigns

    What Channel was this on?  I can't seem to locate it anywhere in my searches.

     
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    So wait, you're telling me that Jacobs isn't the devil? Whew, from the way people talk about him I thought it was the apocalypse and he was beelzibub.
     
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    Not impressed how about they donate a dollar for every beer they sell? You know the 8 dollar premium watered down beer they sell in a cup not much bigger than a dixi cup?
     
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    Not impressed how about they donate a dollar for every beer they sell? You know the 8 dollar premium watered down beer they sell in a cup not much bigger than a dixi cup?
    Posted by LUCICmilan17

    Everyone could do more I think.At least the Jacobs are starting somewhere.
     
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    Not impressed how about they donate a dollar for every beer they sell? You know the 8 dollar premium watered down beer they sell in a cup not much bigger than a dixi cup?
    Posted by LUCICmilan17


    $1 out of $8; or 12.5%.  When was the lsast time you donated 12.5% of your gross revenue to charity?  Untill you do...then STF Up
     
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    In Response to Re: Hate To Do This/Good Story, Though : $1 out of $8; or 12.5%.  When was the lsast time you donated 12.5% of your gross revenue to charity?  Untill you do...then STF Up
    Posted by dbg1



    Sorry Jeremy or is this the son Charlie?
     
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    In Response to Re: Hate To Do This/Good Story, Though : Sorry Jeremy or is this the son Charlie?
    Posted by LUCICmilan17


    Is that your comeback?...what are you like 12
     
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    Anytime the Corps do something for the needy it's a good thing and even better that it's a Bruin fan.    (geez,,,at least i think they are)  :)))
     
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    Re: Hate To Do This/Good Story, Though

    It was very tough to type that, but you have to give them credit for doing the obvious, right thing.

    Every single pro sports organization in every city should do this.  There is no excuse.  It wouldn't cost that much more for the labor to load up a van and deliver around town after a game.

    Also, this was on NCB Nightly News with Brian Williams on Monday night.
     
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    It was very tough to type that, but you have to give them credit for doing the obvious, right thing. Every single pro sports organization in every city should do this.  There is no excuse.  It wouldn't cost that much more for the labor to load up a van and deliver around town after a game. Also, this was on NCB Nightly News with Brian Williams on Monday night.
    Posted by BBReigns


     
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