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# 261984 27-Dec-2019 18:26
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Scammers are setting up fake GoFundMe pages to profit from the volcano victims. There seem to be no limits to the depths some crapheads will sink to. Is there no Antarctic island where we could dump these despicable cretins and let them feed off each other? I have a lot of sympathy for the poor and desperate, but there can be no excuse for this kind of behaviour. It is beyond low. I hope these selfish jerks get what they truly deserve, preferably third-degree burns in hell!

 

 





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  # 2382003 27-Dec-2019 22:17
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Wow really. You seem to be fighting fire with fire here.


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  # 2382012 27-Dec-2019 22:55
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A much more apt island to chuck them on would be the one in your thread title.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2382220 28-Dec-2019 14:47
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Rikkitic:

 

Scammers are setting up fake GoFundMe pages to profit from the volcano victims. There seem to be no limits to the depths some crapheads will sink to. Is there no Antarctic island where we could dump these despicable cretins and let them feed off each other? I have a lot of sympathy for the poor and desperate, but there can be no excuse for this kind of behaviour. It is beyond low. I hope these selfish jerks get what they truly deserve, preferably third-degree burns in hell!

 

 

 

 

Well there used to be Australia, but they seem to be in the export business too now.


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