Tuesday, December 27, 2011

More freakonomics

  • One of the most common reasons people give for not supporting the RSPCA is that we're not doing some task they think we ought to be—and often the reason we're not doing it is because we don't have enough support.
  • The second most common reason is probably an objection to one of our campaigns (or conversely objections because the campaign isn't being pursued sufficiently vigorously!)
Tony Woodley has a blog entry in the Huffington Post and the comments illustrate exactly what I mean.

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