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Re: Are you a hero?

Post by Slith » Sat Aug 14, 2010 1:39 am

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In many ways we are. I as a parent, a teacher, mentor. I don't and never will look upon myself as a hero, others might, but I am humble enough to let it slide and remain true.
My dad was my hero, and though he is gone, he will always be my hero

Re: Are you a hero?

Post by Tinman4higher » Sat Aug 14, 2010 1:39 am

In fact...I have superhero powers...I am able to pass a gas so unpleasant that it will clear an entire room of people and pets. :badair:

Re: Are you a hero?

Post by whitedeath » Sat Aug 14, 2010 1:09 am

This is my new hero



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Re: Are you a hero?

Post by Eliakim » Sat Aug 14, 2010 1:04 am

Lovely dank, thank you and everyone for sharing.
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Re: Are you a hero?

Post by sockpuppet » Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:57 am

Ooh dank... put it in the inspiration thread... !

Re: Are you a hero?

Post by lamonema » Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:44 am

I the eyes of my son yes i am a hero, except when he is livid :hell: at me for taking the Playstation away. Then i am everything but clean white and decent. :mrgreen:

Re: Are you a hero?

Post by Dank1 » Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:42 am

here's another true hero story it was right on the front page of yahoo after super and i thought of you eli. THIS is the stuff hero's are made of


A BUM YOU CAN TRUST - HONEST

A Manhattan homeless man had an emotional reunion yesterday with the kindhearted ad executive who lent him her American Express Platinum Card outside a SoHo restaurant, in what became a shining act of generosity, trust and honesty.
"I didn't have to thank him. I trusted him all along," said Merrie Harris, 45, as she hugged Jay Valentine, 32, outside La Esquina on Kenmare Street.
Harris lent her card to Valentine there Monday after he asked her for change. Most people who witnessed the act of extreme generosity doubted he would ever come back. But a short time later, he returned with the card, stunning many and earning Valentine the title of Most Honest Homeless Man in the City.

WILLIAM FARRINGTON
THANKFUL:Jay Valentine returns yesterday to the spot where he was lent a credit card by Merrie Harris.

"What he did was no surprise to me," Harris said yesterday. "People keep telling me, 'Why would you talk to him and trust him?' But are we only supposed to trust people we know? What would Bernie Madoff's friends be saying?"
Valentine told The Post that he was surprised to be handed the card, but he never thought to take advantage of Harris' generosity.
"I wasn't tempted at all," said the 32-year-old Brooklyn native. "She trusted me, and I didn't want to violate that trust. I would never do that."
Valentine said he has been homeless for a few years, since he lost his job at a real-estate company that had allowed him to sleep in the office. He said he now spends his nights in an Internet cafe whose staff allows him to sleep on their chairs. He said he was hungry and low on cash on Monday when he saw Harris standing with friends outside the restaurant.
"I asked her for change and told her I wasn't working," he said.
"She said she only had a card. She said, 'Can I trust you?' I said, 'I'm honest, yes.'
"I went and bought a few things and came back and gave her her credit card back, and everybody was surprised.
"I said thanks for trusting me. I guess she had a good sense of judgment. She knew I was trustworthy."
Valentine said he bought deodorant, body wash, a pack of Nat Sherman cigarettes and Vitaminwater. It all cost about $25, he said.
"She was really lucky it was me she ran into" and not someone who would have stolen the card, Valentine said. "I was really in need. I only had a couple of dollars on me."
"It sets a good example that people in need -- like I am or worse -- can and should be trusted," he said. "Everybody in the restaurant was surprised. They probably thought I would run off with the card."
kevin.fasick@nypost.com


Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manh ... z0wX4Wv8l3

Re: Are you a hero?

Post by whitedeath » Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:37 am

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Re: Are you a hero?

Post by sockpuppet » Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:18 am

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Already did, 4 years ago. :flop:

Re: Are you a hero?

Post by Dank1 » Sat Aug 14, 2010 12:16 am

2 dollars off of every one of my paycheck goes to the united way, another 2 dollars goes to the
sunshine fund,when getting hired we were asked by human resources if we would like to donate to these funds , i do but that doesnt make me a hero it makes me gullable to the human condition and it makes me feel good, even if the needy never see the money. it's the thought that counts for me

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