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Quoting: John (scouse) Hirons
One thing that gets me is the use of "on benifits" as if this alone is a crime. The fact that some poor sod either hasnít a job or is,for one reason or other, unable to get one is not in itís self a reason for shame.
Agreed. Most of us here have more than likely been on or, are on some kind of benefits. I have worked my roe out since leaving school but, have found myself forced to claim unemployment benefit on two occasions.
I appreciate the point being made but lets be a little less ’all emcompassing’ with our rhetoric shall we!
You can’t train stupid!