Methuen Meat Magnet Selling “New” Clothing For Dirt Cheap While Also Asking People To Donate Clothing So She Can Help The Homeless Survive The Winter
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This is Kathleen Ingram from Methuen:
And online she purports herself to be the second coming of Jesus Christ, clothing and saving the homeless on cold winter nights……
I really despise these people. Virtue signaling at its finest. If you feel the need to tell everyone that the homeless person called you an “angel,” then the real reason you’re allegedly being so generous is so you can humble brag about it and get some Facebook likes.
First of all, there are charities that do this for a living. It’s organized and safe when they do it. But Kathleen Ingram apparently knows more about helping out the homeless than they do.
And there’s nothing shady about asking strangers to drop off large amounts of clothing at your house. Sure, they could just bring that stuff to Goodwill and let an organized machine be in charge of distribution. But that’s not nearly as fun as dropping it off at Kathleen’s house so she can come back on later and brag about how many lives she saved.
Of course here’s the real reason she wants you to drop off your clothing with her:
Oh look, she’s selling clothing. What are the odds that the lady who collects free clothing from everyone would also be selling large amounts of clothing as well? Because I’m in pretty much every Mingya Valley yard sale and community Facebook group, and when I search for her name I see more variety than Marshall’s:
So let me get this straight. Your daughter, who you will later reveal to us is 15 years old, orders North Face jackets online. I don’t know how much this jacket costs, but based on the brand I’d guess way more than $100. So your teenager has a credit card and purchases expensive, name brand clothing online without you knowing. Yet instead of just exchanging it (because somehow her kid doesn’t know her own size when she orders clothing) they’re selling it for a significant loss on Facebook.
Yup, that makes sense. Almost as much as this one:
Brand new Nike Air Slants sneakers with no box. That’s normal. Lots of times you get brand new sneakers, never wear them, and then decide to resell them without a box for $40. How much do they retail at? Well according to this Al Bundy acolyte who does shoe reviews on is Youtube Chanel, they go for about $110:
I’m sure Kathleen couldn’t wait to take a $70 hit on these shoes for absolutely no reason.
Someone pointed out to her that they’d just seen her asking for clothing donations, while also selling large amounts of clothing on yard sale pages….
That got her ALL fired up…..
“Me, me, me, me, me.”
Did you guys know she helps the homeless? She’s a great person like that. Oh, and she’s disabled, which sure as hell doesn’t stop her from driving around to the shady parts of town in order to give crackheads free clothes.
She’s also wicked poor, which is the reason she’s selling clothes – to make ends meet. Because unfortunately we don’t have any entitlement programs designed to assist disabled people in the United States. However, despite the fact that she’s so poor, her two kids are “loaded with clothes.” So much clothing that they can clothe half of Lawrence.
Someone just point blank asked her if she was selling donated clothing, and she couldn’t find it in her to deny it:
Instead she reverted back to throwing herself a pity party while bragging about how virtuous she is:
Then she started tagging friends who could back up her story that she’s not reselling donated clothing….
But no one ended up coming to her defense. Awkward.
Not the first time this has happened either. On New Year’s Ever someone from Haverhill was looking for a place to drop off second hand winter clothing….
Guess who jumped all over that one….
“If you want the items to go directly to people who are in the streets at night….”
Translation – you can’t trust shelters or Goodwill, so give me your clothes instead. I swear I’ll drop them all off with a homeless person in the next 12 hours.
One person tried to point out that Kathleen was making it all about herself, and that there are professionals who do the work she’s trying to do. This led to a run on sentence marathon with zero indentations but plenty of humble bragging:
Oh, and despite allegedly being so poor that she needs to sell her clothing to make ends meet, she sure has plenty of money to offer contractors to revamp her rental property:
Oh yea, her story checks out.