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I don't think I need to comment, really, do I? Apart from a huge sigh of despair perhaps.
If people really have £22000 to throw away like this - wouldn't it be better spent in Africa where millions are currently starving?I agree it's time this country stopped idolising this type of excess and the whole celebrity nonsense.
Your post has pulled me out of "lurkdom" to make a comment. I find it amazing that there are people who actually think this kind of excess is acceptable. I wonder who comes up with the ideas. Many years ago I was invited to a day seminar to discuss debt and poverty and how these issues could be addressed in my area. Lunch was provided on a lavish scale. I voiced my dismay and asked if I could have the leftovers for the homeless this was refused as I did not have a refrigerated van. I'm not a spoilsport but I find waste and excess on that scale obcene.Thats my morning "grump" over. I also want to say how much I enjoy your blog.
It's unbelievable, isn't it, that there are people that think this sort of thing is acceptable?
There's an old saying, "A fool and his money are soon parted . . ."
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