Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by Extraordinary, Aug 12, 2016.
Sometimes I lose faith (old video but worth watching)
Doing the minimum required as a human being doesn't make you good.
It just makes u normal.
At least its not a fake hypocrite video of a bunch of hipster giving burgers to homeless and filming it to post it on their Facebook wall.
Mate, things will get better, you'll make it! :thumbup:
Last week there was an accident in Ekaterinburg: a man noticed that a little (4 years) girl fell from the eighth (!) floor window and managed to catch her. Both received minor fractures. Later the man refused to take money as reward.
"Despite all, i believe people are good at heart" Anne Frank
In general yes. Capable of extreme bad and extreme good when given the opportunity.:banana:
These days they give likes to homeless people.
Back in the day ( I was in a better Financial) situation I use to help people out left and right, Even bought a Car for a girl I just met. She was a single mother with a 2 year old and I went out and bought her a Mustang worth around 10 grand- was a 1998 I wanna say Gt model.
In return she ratted me out to the feds! That was my re payment!
I have learned not to help ANYONE in any situation unless they are related to you, even then you gotta be careful! I never in my life received help when I needed it. Took me a good 39 years to relize that. Nz
The link is broken
It was in Ekaterinburg where the Romanov family were killed by the bolsheviks due to nearness of the white army.
I think most people are willing to help others in situations like this. If there is physical danger or a financial cost involved, people tend to stand and watch....
Eehh, well that does sound a little suspicious TBH. If someone walked up to me and offered me a car there'd be no way I'd accept it (dead body in trunk etc).
People can be nice, depending on their mood, environment, social status etc
Reminds me of this one story I read online somewhere where this one guy helped this other person and the this other person ended up suing the the guy who saved him/her.
So they way you found to help a single mother was to give her a Mustang GT, and then "In return she ratted me out to the feds"
I was not doing anything illegal, she suspected me in having ties to Middle-eastern people so she went ahead and told the feds she thinks I had something to do with 9-11!
The moral of the story is Do not help anyone unless they are your family, and even then to some people ( family) does not mean anything. I have learned the hard way guys. I still care about people ( just the way I am ) I cant help it or change who I really am. Of course I had nothing to do with 9-11 for god's sake.
Somethings missing from this storyline...
Dude, giving away used things, like an old washing machine or pc parts, etc. is ok sometimes, but not buying a car for someone who you just met. That is suspicious as hell.
yeah... a daddy , and an explanation why mustang gt, and not a caravan.
Not to mention why did she kill the golden goose
Judge Judy would make minced meat of him
Could you stop cutting those onions! :bawl:
God damn I can't watch that or the source video without becoming a blubbering wreck. What an amazing thing for her to do. I bet he is still chuffed to bits.