Lord Clonk

January 31, 2012

Dosh Dishing

Filed under: Uncategorized — Lucy Licious @ 10:21 pm



  1. It is implied in Dosh Dishing that the wealthier character and the poorer character are friends and that is the basis of the concern the richer one feels toward the less fortunate one; I would be interested to learn whether you think people should share wealth when there is not a personal connection between them? Also would the poor character resent the generosity of their rich friend if they felt looked down on by their benefactor?

    Comment by Lyla Gunning — June 18, 2016 @ 7:52 pm

  2. As I discussed with you earlier over facebook, this really is about as close as we come in today’s society to “sharing everything in common” isn’t it?

    Comment by Joy — October 27, 2012 @ 8:04 pm

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