Homeless Hero

Re: Homeless Hero

Postby dirtybiker » Jan 21st, 2019, 1:36 pm

I don't find the root of the story hard to believe.
Even if there 'may' be some embellishments.


I was caught up in an unfortunate situation in downtown Edmonton
years ago.
The first responders on scene were the area homeless.

They did all they could to render some first aid and comfort until
authorities arrived.
Then they also stuck around to give darn fine witness accounts of
exactly what transpired.

I may be harsh on such subjects, but also forever thankful to those
souls that were there in time of need.
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Re: Homeless Hero

Postby WalterWhite » Jan 21st, 2019, 1:48 pm

There’s good people everywhere in the world - yes, even within the homeless communities. Just as they aren’t all drugged -addled psychopaths - they aren’t all saints either. Sad that the simple effort by one human being to come to the aid of another is made so remarkable by their stance in life. Sorry, but one can’t not acknowledge the fact there’s an agenda involved here.
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Re: Homeless Hero

Postby Calculator » Jan 21st, 2019, 2:11 pm

spooker wrote:As I am a friend of the writer on Facebook and have known her as a friend for almost a decade I did see this on her feed before seeing it as a letter to the editor on Castanet ... but how that would affect your own interpretation of this story I can't say ...


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Re: Homeless Hero

Postby spooker » Jan 21st, 2019, 5:42 pm

WalterWhite wrote:There’s good people everywhere in the world - yes, even within the homeless communities. Just as they aren’t all drugged -addled psychopaths - they aren’t all saints either. Sad that the simple effort by one human being to come to the aid of another is made so remarkable by their stance in life. Sorry, but one can’t not acknowledge the fact there’s an agenda involved here.


Sadly, stories to the good are proven to not get the same number of clicks as the opposite ...
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