Ah, now, I can actually answer that question, Eddie. It's because of people who earn far more than they need to live on and when they give to charity hardly notice it because they've got so much feckin' money to begin with and who insist that when they do something for other people, like getting poorer people to sponsor them, they do it very loudly and talk about it on every chat show on TV and radio. People like those trendy, atheist comedians who charge their fans £35.00 to go and watch a one man show where the only piece of equipment that is needed is a feckin' microphone. It's a good job these trendy atheist comedians are not Christians because if they were they would probably feel a bit guilty about what Jesus had to say about rich people and hypocrites.



  1. This is the logical outgrowth of promoting celebrities to spokespeople.

    I like Matt Damon, like what he had to say about teachers, but he’s an actor, not a teacher or educational expert.

    Remember, “I’m not a doctor, but I play one on tv?” It’s gotten to be just as good as the real thing.

  2. One time I seed one of them there schoolses.

    Doesn’t matter.

    I’d rather hear from Matt’s mother. She may not be as pretty, but I’m sure she’s got more of value to say.

  3. I don’t believe he ever couched his comments as an expert – he talked about how his education and the available diverse coursework helped him become what he is today.