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How to feed the homeless

How to feed the homeless

(1:28) American comedian and prankster Tom Mabe does his bit to help the homeless.

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Guest: Vivian (1826 days ago)
I am sure he went in and paid for it afterwards..this is an act of human kindness..this is AWESOME if more people in Toms financial situation did the same GIVE them a meal not money...them people wouldn't have to worry that it is being spent on other things....I LOVE THIS...rave on Tom...I just don't think law enforcement of ANY kind will look at this as anything other than what it was =)
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I am sure he went in and paid for it afterwards..this is an act of human kindness..this is AWESOME if more people in Toms financial situation did the same GIVE them a meal not money...them people wouldn't have to worry that it is being spent on other things....I LOVE THIS...rave on Tom...I just don't think law enforcement of ANY kind will look at this as anything other than what it was =)
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Guest: (1594 days ago)
Agent can be anyone performing a service.
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Agent can be anyone performing a service.
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Guest: DeltaWhisky (2072 days ago)
If that harmless event resulted in Tom Mabe going to court, the judge would have to be utterly heartless to entertain imposing a penalty. The people who supplied the food and drinks can probably well afford two coffees and some sandwiches, they get some publicity from it and the homeless guys get some food and drink. Nobody was shown up or made to look stupid. No harm done.
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If that harmless event resulted in Tom Mabe going to court, the judge would have to be utterly heartless to entertain imposing a penalty. The people who supplied the food and drinks can probably well afford two coffees and some sandwiches, they get some publicity from it and the homeless guys get some food and drink. Nobody was shown up or made to look stupid. No harm done.
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Guest: kat (2072 days ago)
nice guy, look at them go for it. brill guy.
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nice guy, look at them go for it. brill guy.
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Guest: Padrinho (2072 days ago)
The "Gaw Lee" ruined it for me. Stupid Gomers.
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The "Gaw Lee" ruined it for me. Stupid Gomers.
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Guest: NglVT (1582 days ago)
Latest comment: This guy is making more money doing this video than much he would spend buying those couple of sandwiches. He is not a messiah for doing this, and that couple of homeless will still hungry next day. His action will not resolve the hungry in the world This is not charity, this is humor. Very funny, for sure.
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Latest comment: This guy is making more money doing this video than much he would spend buying those couple of sandwiches. He is not a messiah for doing this, and that couple of homeless will still hungry next day. His action will not resolve the hungry in the world This is not charity, this is humor. Very funny, for sure.
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glortman glortman (2072 days ago)
Pretty funny, but video evidence of impersonating a police officer. Good luck with your jail time, Tom!
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Pretty funny, but video evidence of impersonating a police officer. Good luck with your jail time, Tom!
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Ace7 Ace7 (2072 days ago)
He never once said he was the police.
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He never once said he was the police.
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glortman glortman (2072 days ago)
I hear what you are saying... however, he identified himself as 'sergeant' and said he had 'undercover agents'. I think with the current police state in the United States, a judge would not likely see things in the rational manner you propose.
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I hear what you are saying... however, he identified himself as 'sergeant' and said he had 'undercover agents'. I think with the current police state in the United States, a judge would not likely see things in the rational manner you propose.
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slicksps slicksps (2072 days ago)
A sergeant doesn't have to police, and nor do agents. He could easily argue that he was impersonating an army sergeant or even scout sergeant... Agents could be estate agents. At no point did he impersonate a police officer.
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A sergeant doesn't have to police, and nor do agents. He could easily argue that he was impersonating an army sergeant or even scout sergeant... Agents could be estate agents. At no point did he impersonate a police officer.
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glortman glortman (2072 days ago)
I take your point, however, his intention is for the people at the other end of the phone to believe he is a police officer. I don't know exactly how that might pan out legally, since it seems to include fraudulent behaviour and using the belief of the fast food people in the authority of someone they think is the police, but I can't see courts giving people license to use misleading language to cause people to believe something, even if they technically avoid the word "police". I'm sure a barrister or solicitor would have a clearer idea than me.
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I take your point, however, his intention is for the people at the other end of the phone to believe he is a police officer. I don't know exactly how that might pan out legally, since it seems to include fraudulent behaviour and using the belief of the fast food people in the authority of someone they think is the police, but I can't see courts giving people license to use misleading language to cause people to believe something, even if they technically avoid the word "police". I'm sure a barrister or solicitor would have a clearer idea than me.
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