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beulahland
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Thank you. My heart swells in my chest and tears are in my eyes. This thread has made my day.





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rolltide06
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Awesome post, best I have ever seen in here. Thanks!





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islandtiger
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I have seen that photo many times and know the story well...it still moves me every time. I am pretty sure I would do the same for my dogs if I thought it would improve their quality of life. It is possible to have deep feelings for both humans and animals.





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adavis
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Awesome post





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The Cable Guy
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The one with the little boy dressed in replica Marine uniform like his dad got me.





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TigerDik86
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i was gunna post Watch Craiglist Joe netflix, but i cant touch those stories you posted, op.

damn






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Dijkstra
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You know, I usually bash this place to the ground, but between this and historical photo thread, you lot are capable of being a very lovely, interesting lot when you try to.





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ByteMe
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This video about a blind dog got to me when someone posted it on here awhile back.

LINK



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Tom288
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You know, I usually bash this place to the ground, but between this and historical photo thread, you lot are capable of being a very lovely, interesting lot when you try to.



That's because I hail from the Poliboard. I'm simply trying to enlighten some of these degenerates and maybe open a few hearts toward their fellow man.



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TheRoarRestoredInBR
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Great Thread and Post!





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Tom288
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Tom288
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Can't sleep, and would like to see this stay on or close to the first page. So here's a quick update.









Man raised Gorilla then reintroduced him to the wild. A year or two, maybe longer, he went out to see him. He was told the Gorilla would no longer remember him.




"Flower Power" ...."La Jeune Fille a la Fleur," a photograph by Marc Riboud, shows the young pacifist Jane Rose Kasmir planting a flower on the bayonets of guards at the Pentagon during a protest against the Vietnam War on October 21, 1967.


Reason 1,578,968 why dogs are better than cats.






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WicKed WayZ
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Mother fricker stop it I can't take anymore





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castorinho
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Yeah this dude is killing me





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CrimsonFever
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Great Thread Tom.

Got something in my eye brb.






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WITNESS23
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Great thread







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kywildcatfanone
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quote:

ByteMe

quote:

This video about a blind dog got to me when someone posted it on here awhile back.


That is awesome.






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Tom288
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quote:

In the scrub-brush desert town of Queen Creek, Ariz., high school bullies were throwing trash at sophomore Chy Johnson. Calling her "stupid." Pushing her in the halls.

Chy's brain works at only a third-grade level because of a genetic birth defect, but she knew enough to feel hate. "She'd come home every night at the start of the school year crying and upset," says her mom, Liz Johnson. "That permanent smile she had, that gleam in her eye, that was all gone."

Her mom says she tried to talk to teachers and administrators and got nowhere. So she tried a whole new path -- the starting quarterback of the undefeated football team. After all, senior Carson Jones had once escorted Chy to the Special Olympics. "Just keep your ear to the ground," Liz wrote to Carson on his Facebook page. "Maybe get me some names?" But Carson Jones did something better than that. Instead of ratting other kids out, he decided to take one in -- Chy.

He started asking her to eat at the cool kids' lunch table with him and his teammates. "I just thought that if they saw her with us every day, maybe they'd start treating her better," Carson says. "Telling on kids would've just caused more problems."

It got better. Starting running back Tucker Workman made sure somebody was walking between classes with Chy. In classes, cornerback Colton Moore made sure she sat in the row right behind the team.

"I think about how sweet these boys are to her," says volleyball player Shelly Larson, "and I want to cry. I can't even talk about it."

It's working.

"I was parking my car yesterday, and I saw a couple of the guys talking to her and being nice," says offensive lineman Bryce Oakes. "I think it's making a difference around here."




ESPN Story






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brbengalgal
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Thank you so much for these stories. Is there a website that has these daily?

I think we need to see how long we can keep this thread alive--I requested a sticky.

It would be awesome to start each day on a positive note.






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