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*wonders how many people tell 100% truth about these sort of things. You guys see that thing about this guy doing a speech for 911 thing in like Alabama or something, told his story about being in the buildings saving lives. Claimed a Battalion number and everything - But real NYC FD members started Calling him out, calling the media etc., and then the Chief called personally to let it be known, that that man has Never been Employed or Volunteer for ANY NY Based Department..
What Scum, My Uncle was there for real. Second time he got awards for saving people in those buildings (First time was the bombings in the 90's) His Station was the ones who filmed the First plane hitting the towers.. (French Documentary guy was filming New recruit checking a Man Hole, when they looked up to see the plane hit, i met the French guy, scumbag is stupid rich cus of this now.. and not a cent donated out from what i heard from member of the station). I grew up with some of these guys, so I felt a need to go too, but I stayed in Staten Island, with the wreckage sorting crew, spent a good week myself sorting through tons of twisted Metal, I thank god I had not found any Bodies, was bad enough seeing so many I knew from Firehouse parties being buried under the BQE.
Makes me sick when people start claiming things just to sound cool to some chick in a bar.
Everything I said is true - Sorry for making a second post, my first one is stupid long, and completely forgot about 911 until i read that article about that Liar

Being a firefighter its EXTREMELY disrespectful to lie about being a firefighter especially saving people on 9/11. That is a huge NO-NO in the fire service.
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Being a firefighter its EXTREMELY disrespectful to lie about being a firefighter especially saving people on 9/11. That is a huge NO-NO in the fire service.

no kidding, I was in a bad mood all night when I found out about that, read it on Yahoo news. Sorry for throwing this off course but it bothered me soo much yesterday that it was all i could think about when I looked at the thread.

Sorry again ^.^

My uncles off Duane St. in the city, Ladder 1, Engine 7, The Oldest Company =) Alot of History
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Yesterday there was this homeless guy who was panhandling, he looked like he needed a drink real bad so I gave him a pull of my flask.
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The best thing I've been able to do for someone recently was to take them to get some food.

It was an annoyingly hot Wednesday afternoon, and I was walking to McDonald's that day--I had a craving for one of those large caramel iced coffees they sell for next to nothing. It must have been around 1:00 or 2:00 PM that day, because the traffic in that 4-way intersection was particularly bad. People were honking their horns, shouting, trying to get to one location to the next in as little time as humanly possible. I didn't have much money on me that day. Honestly, I was holding onto the last few dollars I had managed to save up from my financial aid a semester ago. It probably wasn't the best idea to be buying coffee with it, but we all have our vices and mine had always been coffee.

The outlining of a hollow man finally beamed white, and I began to walk across the road when I noticed a homeless man on the other end holding a wooden sign. He had a scraggly bristle beard that was dyed gray with time. I couldn't read what his sign said from where I was, but I noticed he was standing there with one leg, the other was gone. What took its place was a metal prosthetic with some tan plastic pieces used to leverage the man's weight. I was getting close to the other side when I noticed what his sign read: "will work for food." These are tough times, I thought to myself.

I continued walking until I had walked right past him. Cold, I know, but I only had so much money remaining. I kept walking until I was in front of the McDonald's. I was about to enter, when I briefly decided to glance my head back. I could still see that man standing there, holding his sign as cars continued to drive by pretending to be oblivious of what stood before them. The homeless have become a common sight.

Standing there next to the entrance of McDonalds, I began to finger through my pockets. They were always full of receipts and scraps of candy wrapping, so it took some time to determine how much I actually had on me. It came out to be roughly eight dollars, most of it consisting of change that I had lying around my room. That was enough for a meal and my coffee. Not bad, right?

I approached that man and asked if he was hungry. He nodded quietly, so I asked if he wanted to get a meal at McDonalds—on me, of course. He smiled this time and again nodded. I escorted him across the street, and we entered the McDonald’s. It must’ve been a strange sight because people were staring as we stood in line. I asked him what he wanted, and he pointed at the picture of a Big Mac. I ordered him the combo.

We took a seat inside a booth that had red vinyl seats. The scent of French fries permeated the room, and the cool air conditioner of the restaurant relieved us of the blaring heat we had once presided in when we were outside. The old man began to eat. He took large chomps out of his burger and began to stuff fries down his throat before he’d even swallowed. He must’ve been hungry. I just sat there taking sips of my coffee.

I asked him about his life and he told me about it. It wasn’t anything overly complicated, but it was sad story that had befallen a large majority of people in California who had suffered from the effects of the poor economic situation we had been forcefully placed in.

When he was finally done, he thanked me that day. It was perhaps the most sincere thank you that I’ve had the privilege of hearing in my life.

I don’t always make the best decisions in my life, but this is one of the few deeds in my life that I’m particularly proud of.

Edit: Ah, missed the deadline. That's alright. It's good to know that other people are still doing good in this world. Props to the OCN members in this thread.
Edited by jivenjune - 2/23/12 at 3:02pm
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The best thing I've been able to do for someone recently was to take them to get some food.
It was an annoyingly hot Wednesday afternoon, and I was walking to McDonald's that day--I had a craving for one of those large caramel iced coffees they sell for next to nothing. It must have been around 1:00 or 2:00 PM that day, because the traffic in that 4-way intersection was particularly bad. People were honking their horns, shouting, trying to get to one location to the next in as little time as humanly possible. I didn't have much money on me that day. Honestly, I was holding onto the last few dollars I had managed to save up from my financial aid a semester ago. It probably wasn't the best idea to be buying coffee with it, but we all have our vices and mine had always been coffee.
The outlining of a hollow man finally beamed white, and I began to walk across the road when I noticed a homeless man on the other end holding a wooden sign. He had a scraggly bristle beard that was dyed gray with time. I couldn't read what his sign said from where I was, but I noticed he was standing there with one leg, the other was gone. What took its place was a metal prosthetic with some tan plastic pieces used to leverage the man's weight. I was getting close to the other side when I noticed what his sign read: "will work for food." These are tough times, I thought to myself.
I continued walking until I had walked right past him. Cold, I know, but I only had so much money remaining. I kept walking until I was in front of the McDonald's. I was about to enter, when I briefly decided to glance my head back. I could still see that man standing there, holding his sign as cars continued to drive by pretending to be oblivious of what stood before them. The homeless have become a common sight.
Standing there next to the entrance of McDonalds, I began to finger through my pockets. They were always full of receipts and scraps of candy wrapping, so it took some time to determine how much I actually had on me. It came out to be roughly eight dollars, most of it consisting of change that I had lying around my room. That was enough for a meal and my coffee. Not bad, right?
I approached that man and asked if he was hungry. He nodded quietly, so I asked if he wanted to get a meal at McDonalds—on me, of course. He smiled this time and again nodded. I escorted him across the street, and we entered the McDonald’s. It must’ve been a strange sight because people were staring as we stood in line. I asked him what he wanted, and he pointed at the picture of a Big Mac. I ordered him the combo.
We took a seat inside a booth that had red vinyl seats. The scent of French fries permeated the room, and the cool air conditioner of the restaurant relieved us of the blaring heat we had once presided in when we were outside. The old man began to eat. He took large chomps out of his burger and began to stuff fries down his throat before he’d even swallowed. He must’ve been hungry. I just sat there taking sips of my coffee.
I asked him about his life and he told me about it. It wasn’t anything overly complicated, but it was sad story that had befallen a large majority of people in California who had suffered from the effects of the poor economic situation we had been forcefully placed in.
When he was finally done, he thanked me that day. It was perhaps the most sincere thank you that I’ve had the privilege of hearing in my life.
I don’t always make the best decisions in my life, but this is one of the few deeds in my life that I’m particularly proud of.
Edit: Ah, missed the deadline. That's alright. It's good to know that other people are still doing good in this world. Props to the OCN members in this thread.
Wait, doesn't it end the 25th? I think you still made it.
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The best thing I've been able to do for someone recently was to take them to get some food.
It was an annoyingly hot Wednesday afternoon, and I was walking to McDonald's that day--I had a craving for one of those large caramel iced coffees they sell for next to nothing. It must have been around 1:00 or 2:00 PM that day, because the traffic in that 4-way intersection was particularly bad. People were honking their horns, shouting, trying to get to one location to the next in as little time as humanly possible. I didn't have much money on me that day. Honestly, I was holding onto the last few dollars I had managed to save up from my financial aid a semester ago. It probably wasn't the best idea to be buying coffee with it, but we all have our vices and mine had always been coffee.
The outlining of a hollow man finally beamed white, and I began to walk across the road when I noticed a homeless man on the other end holding a wooden sign. He had a scraggly bristle beard that was dyed gray with time. I couldn't read what his sign said from where I was, but I noticed he was standing there with one leg, the other was gone. What took its place was a metal prosthetic with some tan plastic pieces used to leverage the man's weight. I was getting close to the other side when I noticed what his sign read: "will work for food." These are tough times, I thought to myself.
I continued walking until I had walked right past him. Cold, I know, but I only had so much money remaining. I kept walking until I was in front of the McDonald's. I was about to enter, when I briefly decided to glance my head back. I could still see that man standing there, holding his sign as cars continued to drive by pretending to be oblivious of what stood before them. The homeless have become a common sight.
Standing there next to the entrance of McDonalds, I began to finger through my pockets. They were always full of receipts and scraps of candy wrapping, so it took some time to determine how much I actually had on me. It came out to be roughly eight dollars, most of it consisting of change that I had lying around my room. That was enough for a meal and my coffee. Not bad, right?
I approached that man and asked if he was hungry. He nodded quietly, so I asked if he wanted to get a meal at McDonalds—on me, of course. He smiled this time and again nodded. I escorted him across the street, and we entered the McDonald’s. It must’ve been a strange sight because people were staring as we stood in line. I asked him what he wanted, and he pointed at the picture of a Big Mac. I ordered him the combo.
We took a seat inside a booth that had red vinyl seats. The scent of French fries permeated the room, and the cool air conditioner of the restaurant relieved us of the blaring heat we had once presided in when we were outside. The old man began to eat. He took large chomps out of his burger and began to stuff fries down his throat before he’d even swallowed. He must’ve been hungry. I just sat there taking sips of my coffee.
I asked him about his life and he told me about it. It wasn’t anything overly complicated, but it was sad story that had befallen a large majority of people in California who had suffered from the effects of the poor economic situation we had been forcefully placed in.
When he was finally done, he thanked me that day. It was perhaps the most sincere thank you that I’ve had the privilege of hearing in my life.
I don’t always make the best decisions in my life, but this is one of the few deeds in my life that I’m particularly proud of.
Edit: Ah, missed the deadline. That's alright. It's good to know that other people are still doing good in this world. Props to the OCN members in this thread.

I'm from Riverside County, so I know exactly what you're talking about. Riverside has become a poorer area because of the economy. It's a shame, but you've done a good deed and I thank you thumb.gif
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I don't have a huge long story........but......

My girlfriend has a 2 year old kid, that now considers me "dad", and he absolutely adores me. I hope that counts enough for helping people in real life. smile.gif

My sound card is in my sig, its a fake X-Fi. I've been wanting to buy a DX forever, but I just can't afford it right now.
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Pioneer you know you have to seal the dealnow, Become Daddy for real! My son is going to be 7, and we have a baby girl to be born any week now

and tisk tisk, fake X-Fi lol
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I'm from Riverside County, so I know exactly what you're talking about. Riverside has become a poorer area because of the economy. It's a shame, but you've done a good deed and I thank you thumb.gif

Thanks man, that means a lot to me.

It's been getting pretty bad these past couple of years. Every time I'm outside, there's always a new homeless person.

The homeless guy I took to lunch had previously owned his own business. I think he worked for advertisement. It was mostly local stuff, like small businesses I think. He told me that he previously owned a boat home and rented property on an ocean side lot or something. I don't really recall the specifics. When the economy went bad, his business went with it, and he began to sell all his stuff to pay his bills until he had nothing left. He apparently had been filing tons of applications everyday even at low end jobs like fast food and what not, but I guess no one wanted to hire him since he only had one leg. Considered it a liability possibly. He eventually lost his boat and ended up on the streets, and that's where I met him.

I saw him about twice after the time I took him out for lunch when someone was giving me a lift to the store. I haven't seen him in quite some time though, so I wanna believe that he was able to get off the streets or that somehow he eventually found work.
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