Queerty is better as a member
Those are all within conventional standards for administrative ratio.
Is Queerty trying to make a big deal out of something very ordinary?
Or they are just telling you that the money will be put to good use – hence the question mark at the end of the title.
All too often, the money stays at the top in non-profits.
No one carefully scrutinizes the management to ascertain if what was characterized as “services” were actually services or were actually the services the money was designated to provide. A lot more sunshine needs to shine on non-profit managers and their reporting habits.
United Way is a good example. By the time your dollar trickles down to the actual needy person, you’re lucky if there’s 10% left on your dollar.
Pop music might not be your cup of tea, but if you think Gaga makes bad pop songs, you are definitely don’t know what you are talking about
Gaga writes bad pop songs? When you’re willing to put up your bona fides against Elton John’s, Sting’s, Cher’s, and the many other singer/songwriters who extoll her talents, then you opinion will carry some weight.
Color me shocked. Queerty is back for less than a day and has already published an article that attempts to mislead and attack Gaga on the outset but, by the end, proves she’s continuing to do absolutely amazing work on behalf of the LGBT community. So you resort to quips about needing a new creative director – Nicola Formichetti is a genius, have you seen what he’s been doing with Mugler!? – and how she writes bad pop songs.
Welcome back, assholes.
She bores me to no end. I never liked Diana Ross changing outfits every entrance either.
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