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12-19-2012, 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by HockeyCrazed101 View Post
Only they know for certain what their intentions are. And even if their intentions are self-serving, the benefits of their actions supersedes that of their selfishness because at the end of the day, someone in need is benefitting from it. If it means helping the sick, feeding a child, putting a roof over the heads of an impoverished family, I'd tolerate their selfishness all day long.

Brings Lance Armstrong to mind. His charity was founded on a lie, but hey I guess the ends justify the means.

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