If I watch tv, they pretend as if they care soooooo much but then in reality, all they care is their money, job, and amusement. Maybe they will donate like bread crumb to the poor people miles away but they don't seem to really care and yet they advertise as if. Are they afraid? So they are making such a shows all over?
Most Helpful Guy
There's an old saying in the UK. Charity begins at home. If I were a breadwinner for my family, I would have to look after them first and look after myself as well. It's not selfish, because if I become ill and can't work, my whole family will suffer.
BUT!! If I am well and can work hard, there will always be some money left for others. My charities of choice are the UK RNLI. It's the only charity where people risk their lives regularly to save others. The second is UK Coastwatch, which in my town, monitors everything to do with people using the sea. From container and cruise ships, down to kayaks and swimmers. Lastly, there is an inshore rescue boat, separate from the RNLI.
Many people support thes charities, and they all care for sure!!0
Most Helpful Girl
TV is not based on reality, even "reality tv" isn't real. I wouldn't judge others based on what you see on the boob tube, but the ones you interact with face to face, and by each individual. Not everyone is the same, some you will encounter are genuinely nice, others not so much.1
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