- The Amazon pioneer says offering cash ‘is tough.’ Fortunately, needy individuals do a more significant amount of it than he does.
- How propping to awaken yesterday and read that Amazon organizer Jeff Bezos had given $100m to Cart Parton’s beneficent undertakings at his own “Fortitude and Politeness” occasion. (Mocking air quotes: my own.)
The many, numerous news reports about this act proposed it was a mind-blowing total from the second most extravagant man on the planet, who – as per late gauges – gets more extravagant by about $205m every day.
Whenever I’d stripped myself off the roof, I got going on the public authority’s duty number cruncher. On the off chance that you’re on the average middle UK pay – and you settle your charges – your salary is £72 per day. Taken a gander at one way, then, at that point, Jeff’s generosity would be what could be compared to giving £34.56 to a good cause.
Have YOU at any point given 34 quid to a noble cause? Do you make good on your duties? Provided that this is true, you’re being more liberal than Jeff Bezos, who, broadly, evades practically all of his. But where’s YOUR sensational news review in all the acceptable media sources of the world? Where’s YOUR groveling television interview? For what reason does nobody allude to YOU as a “giver”?
We’ll come to the conspicuous responses to those questions in no time; however for the present; we should take a gander at the stage-oversaw fuss around these purported Boldness and Politeness grants.