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originally posted by: Zaphod58
AND THAT IS JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF THAT
The topic is about someone doing something good for someone, not about soldiers, or ISIS, or Iraq, or anything else. I strongly suggest we get back on topic and STAY THERE, or there will be consequences. No back and forth, no insulting other members, nothing but a nice civil discussion about the TOPIC.
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originally posted by: Char-Lee
a reply to: snarky412
Sweet! I wish the whole world operated like this. If anyone cared enough every person in need of a roof or a fix on something, it could be done until your whole town was upgraded and all working together and donating together it would take almost no time or money from each of us.
originally posted by: Blue_Jay33
I am not pro military at all but this is a story of one person being nice/generous to another.
I can't say he doesn't deserve it because he is a soldier. When there are so many bad stories in the news I can't understand the negativity of some people reactions to this. Maybe a bit of envy ?
That the bond they share that was basically POUNDED into them, is something we need to feel good about anymore than helping out ANYONE ELSE ?
This thread chest thumps about how strong and great the brotherhood is.....
originally posted by: greavsie1971
originally posted by: KnowledgeSeeker81
Stories like this give me faith in humanity, thanks for the share.
> People trained to kill other people being nice to each other? Gives you faith in humanity?
It would be nice to see people helping strangers. It would be nice if these people stopped killing brown people.
Sorry, no time for people acting all nice when in the military! If you decide to choose a profession killling people you are NOT a nice person.