# Thread: Cory Be-Nasty - Fundraising Publicity Hero!

1. ## Re: Cory Be-Nasty - Fundraising Publicity Hero!

bruce1937 said
Apparently Cory is doing his usual trick and doubling down rather than admit he made a mistake. What a tool.

2. ## Re: Cory Be-Nasty - Fundraising Publicity Hero!

Cory could be on to something here. The transgender conspiracy clearly has very deep roots.

3. ## Re: Cory Be-Nasty - Fundraising Publicity Hero!

cyclist said
The Irreverent Mr Black said
The Irreverent Mr Black said
$900 target becomes$45,000 raised - I hope Cory's butt-cheeks are chapped.
Updating the original article -

Over $90,000 raised as Bernardi backlash prompts flood of donations to school's 'wear a dress' day. This is officially fucking awesome. I just checked and it's over$140,000.
Noon check-in on the original linky:
More than $180,000 raised as Bernardi backlash prompts flood of donations to school's 'wear a dress' day Status: Fucking EPIC! 4. ## Re: Cory Be-Nasty - Fundraising Publicity Hero! The Irreverent Mr Black said cyclist said The Irreverent Mr Black said The Irreverent Mr Black said$900 target becomes $45,000 raised - I hope Cory's butt-cheeks are chapped. Updating the original article - Over$90,000
raised as Bernardi backlash prompts flood of donations to school's 'wear a dress' day.

This is officially fucking awesome.
I just checked and it's over $140,000. Noon check-in on the original linky: More than$180,000 raised as Bernardi backlash prompts flood of donations to school's 'wear a dress' day

Status: Fucking EPIC!

$200K 5. ## Re: Cory Be-Nasty - Fundraising Publicity Hero! Two Hundred and Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars! One Girl CEO Morgan Koegel, who has travelled to Craigburn Primary, said the more than$275,000 raised so far is the most ever generated by one of its campaigns.

"It started with something that was a little bit negative but I feel nothing but pride right now," she said.

"The reason that people have jumped on board, have donated, have said something in support is because they're inspired that primary school kids were mature enough to recognise that raising money for other kids to go to school is something worth celebrating."

Principal Paul Luke said he was "unbelievably proud" of his students.

"It's been a fairly crazy week," he said.

"When it all ballooned out ... most children were coming to school not really aware of the media frenzy that was happening

"The level of excitement with our students has been just amazing. They're in awe of the amount of money they've raised but, more importantly, the translation of the money into the number of girls who are now able to be educated in Africa."

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