Hello.Hey Bloggy Friends!
So, I come today bearing an interesting topic. It could be rather controversial, so keep an open mind! I just thought it could promote some interesting conversation, and maybe a few opinions that would get our minds working. Maybe it's not a big deal at all and I'm just hyping it up too much. Whatever the case, here goes...
Recently I returned some books that I don't need to a large, corporate bookstore here in Philadelhpia. My credit was like $82. A few days later I noticed that the credit appeared twice on my bank statement!
Of course my first reaction was, "oh, I need to go back and return the money." But last night Alan and I watched a documentary about how evil corporate America could be. And in class today someone mentioned Robin Hood and a big light bulb lit up over my head.
Wonder if I take that extra $82 and donate it to an smaller organization, like one that provides books to sick children, or to schools that can't afford books for it's students. Maybe I could give it to Dolly's Imagination Library, that provides books to children from birth to like five years of age in her hometown of Sevierville, TN.
I could be like Robin Hood, except I didn't actually steal the money - it just landed in my lap!
What do you think, Bloggy Friends? Is it totally wrong of me to think this? Should I just return the money to the bookstore it came from? Should I donate it to a cause that is less fortunate?
I'll put up another poll to the right for you to vote on and we can decide together! I also welcome any comments. Since it may be rather controversial you are welcome to respond anonymously so no one, including me, will know your opinion.
In the end we could come up with an organization to donate it to, if any, and I can donate it in the name of "Josh and his Bloggy Friends!" It could be a fun bonding experience.
Anyways. I hope you guys have an awesome weekend. I look forward to seeing your opinions!!