Thursday, August 16, 2012

A Sad Fact of Life Today.

I saw a story today on yahoo about a woman named Angela Prattis may be fined $600 a day next year if she continues to feed underprivileged children. Here are a couple of articles I've found about it:

 I know she's not paying for the food herself, but she's still getting it out there where it's needed and she's donating her personal time to do this. I personally feel that she should be given money to help with her goal and not charged, but maybe I'm crazy in my belief that we should all look out for each other.
  What kind of good deeds can we do to get threatened for I wonder?


  1. That is wrong on so many levels. Aaaargh.

  2. That's ridiculous! The idea that she should have to pay for a variance, so she can continue to help one of those most impoverished cities in America is awful. :(

    She's doing something wonderful and I hope they waive any fees for this variance, so she may continue her work.

  3. I wish I knew a way to help her. Until we can lets spread the word. Maybe we can shame them into leaving her alone.