When Food Stamp Fridays Goes Wrong: Chicopee Pooploop Robbed At Gunpoint After Not Paying Up For Food Stamps
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Here’s what happens when Food Stamp Fridays go wrong…..
Hey, the victim kind of had it coming to him. You don’t violate the food stamp code bro. If you agree to buy someone else’s stamps then you need to pay the piper. This ain’t no layaway program. Cash up front only. If you don’t pay for stamps, prepare to get robbed at gunpoint. That’s the code.
Here’s a question – why does this person have food stamps for sale in the first place?
An able bodied, 20 year old male. For some reason he’s on assistance. Sure, we could just make him get a job, but that would probably be racist or poor-shaming or one of those other buzzwords people use to call those who believe individuals should take care of themselves.
I think we can all agree someone like this should not be on assistance, right?
Nope. The dindu nuffin patrol was there to defend his honor:
Oh yea, it doesn’t say that food stamps were being sold. Just “repayment” of the food stamps. Lots of people repay money for things that weren’t for sale in the first place.
And guess what Cheyenne, I don’t need to know his story. Know why? Because he’s a 20 year old able bodied male. Nothing else matters.
But of course we are not allowed to have an opinion on this because as she so eloquently stated,
“unless you know the people so therefore keep your opinions to yourselves.” That’s the ultimate ratchet trump card –
“Do you know them? No. So mind your bizzness and only God can judge 100 emoji frfr!!”
Apparently she thinks it’s OK because you’re allowed to do whatever you want with your stamps:
Newsflash Cheyenne – the food stamps don’t really belong to you. They’re property of the taxpayers. We are a generous enough society that we give them to you because we feel bad that your kids had to be born into such a ratchet situation. They are supposed to be a crutch, but you’ve turned them into a lifestyle. You cannot give them to friends. You cannot sell them. If you are in a situation where you have a surplus of stamps to sell, then you shouldn’t be on assistance in the first place.
What are the odds that Cheyenne excels in the art of the dog filter and middle finger bathroom selfies?
Never saw that one coming!!
Here’s my issue – the victim isn’t really a victim. If he accepted someone else’s stamps then he committed a crime too, and he should be arrested. Naturally his iPhone and cash was also stolen, because in Massachusetts we don’t ask people who are “struggling” to cut back on expensive technology. We just keep throwing money at you and assume that your intentions are pure.