TIL In 2014 a man set up a kickstarter to get ingredients to make his first ever potato salad and ended up receiving $53,000

TIL In 2014 a man set up a kickstarter to get ingredients to make his first ever potato salad and ended up receiving $53,000
TIL In 2014 a man set up a kickstarter to get ingredients to make his first ever potato salad and...

Where were you three years ago?

He also only asked for $10 and donated the vast majority of it to hunger relief charities. People like to leave that part out because it gets in the way of their blind outrage.

Not at potato stock :(

Can confirm. Got a cool hat. That's it.

No one here seems to be upset about it

Anyone redditors on here who actually gave him money? And, why?

Why not? $1 didn't break my bank.

That dude ain't be laundering money

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I'm willing to be upset about it for a smallish fee. Maybe I'll set up a kickstarter page and I'll get mad proportionally to how much is donated. Who wants to see me rage-flip a table over this?