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Old 12-13-2012, 02:17 AM   #76
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BillyBishiop,

I very much appreciate the condolences; whether offered by a stranger, acquaintance, friend, or family member, every expression of sympathy I have received in these past days has been welcomed with an open heart, and they have been comforting in difficult moments.

I will briefly add: the deceased had amazing and full lives; first, surviving Nazi occupied Europe; then, immigrating to Canada and building a humble and picturesque existence; eventually, spending more than six decades married. They had not just a good, but a great time on earth. It is unbelievable and difficult to see their story end this way, but the wonderful lives they had leading up to that point are a saving grace. Never forget how fragile life is.. it had been too long since I went to see them.
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If I didn't see this thread when refreshed I wouldn't have posted but since I saw it,I take the bus in the morning and halfway to school bus I saw someone that needed a seat so I gave my seat to a child carrying woman
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I will briefly add: the deceased had amazing and full lives; first, surviving Nazi occupied Europe; then, immigrating to Canada and building a humble and picturesque existence; eventually, spending more than six decades married. They had not just a good, but a great time on earth. It is unbelievable and difficult to see their story end this way, but the wonderful lives they had leading up to that point are a saving grace. Never forget how fragile life is.. it had been too long since I went to see them.
Well, there' always the "better to burn out than to fade away" theory - depending on your point of view, there may be consolation in a quick end like this. Not meant to be snide or anything, either - I know personally, I often wonder if I'd want to keep living to a "ripe old age" if it meant withering away the last decade or two of my "life" - especially since we've been doing our Therapy Dog visits to the seniors' home, and regularly seeing people who are basically just existing so others can feed and bathe them, dressing them only so they can sit in a chair. Sometimes I think, if I knew my life would end up like that, I'd rather go in a blaze of glory (not until the last possible minute of course).

In any case... my condolences as well.
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Something I found online that may change some people's perspectives...general feel good story. Not sure if true or not though.

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Roberto deVincenzo, the famous Argentine golfer, once won a tournament, and after
receiving the check and smiling for the cameras, he went to the clubhouse and prepared to
leave. Sometime later he walked alone to his car in the parking lot and was approached by a
young woman. She congratulated him on his victory and then told him that her child was
seriously ill and near death.

DeVincenzo was touched by her story and took out his pen and endorsed his winning
check for payment to the woman. “Make some good days for the baby,” he said as he pressed
the check in her hand.

The next week he was having lunch in a country club when a PGA official came to his
table. “Some of the guys in the parking lot last week told me you met a young woman there
after you won the tournament,” deVincenzo nodded. “Well,” said the official, “I have news for
you. She’s a phony. She’s not married. She has no sick baby. She fleeced you, my friend.”

“You mean there is no baby who is dying?” said deVincenzo.

“That’s right.”

“That’s the best news I’ve heard all week,” said deVincenzo.
As someone mentioned, people scamming for change are still in poverty. Regardless if they put themselves there or not, they're still looking for their next meal. In some respects, it's unreasonable to expect integrity and good moral ethics if you've been out living on the streets half your life.

Most of us here probably can't relate one bit to what kind of life it is, and to judge them by your set of morals and ethics is a bit hypocritical of doing kind deeds for the sake of being kind.

I try generally to help homeless people whenever I encounter them - as long as they're not threatening to my well-being.

We live in a society where we can't stand being taken advantage of, and go out of our every way to reduce or eliminate any sort of disadvantage to ourselves - and only after that will we help someone out.

Christmas is coming up soon, and while (unfortunately) I think the true spirit of Christmas is long lost, please do try to be more generous to those in need. If you think they're scamming you, but they look like they have no choice but to do so, take a small loss and help them out

True story that happened to me last year around this time: I was walking out of save-on-foods with my girlfriend, when a man approached me and asked me for some money so he can buy milk for his children. I asked him his children's names, and he told me they were Michael and John (or something, I made these up because i can't remember them now), and that they were 4 and 10. He didn't look homeless, but was dressed in light clothing in very cold weather, so I gave him $20 and wished him a Merry Christmas.

A week after, same guy approaches me with the same story, and for fun this time I asked him his kids names again, and this time he told me completely different names. I laughed and asked him why his children's names changed from a week ago, and he went very red, apologized and was walking away, when I called him and gave him another $10. Suggested that he remember the names next time, and went home.

Will he remember me? probably not. Did he spend $10 at the liquor store? I don't know. But honestly I didn't care.

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Was driving through a fairly empty parking lot tonight and I start to slow down because I noticed a few people were moving around their car, with the doors wide open and the tailgate up, I just assumed their loading up to leave. As I got closer, a guy waves me down. I roll down my window and he asks if i had jumper cables. I tell him in the most sincere way possible "I'm sorry, but I don't". As he looks down at the ground in disappointment, I hear one of the people he's with (i'm assuming his wife) say "I think you have some in the back, just check". So as he goes to his trunk, I pullover to wait to see if he finds any. AND HE DID! so he comes up to me again all excited, "I found some!"
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Him: *looks at his car* "I don't know, I think it's on the left, where's yours?"
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Him: "oh ok, i'll go check mine"
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Well, there' always the "better to burn out than to fade away" theory - depending on your point of view, there may be consolation in a quick end like this. Not meant to be snide or anything, either - I know personally, I often wonder if I'd want to keep living to a "ripe old age" if it meant withering away the last decade or two of my "life" - especially since we've been doing our Therapy Dog visits to the seniors' home, and regularly seeing people who are basically just existing so others can feed and bathe them, dressing them only so they can sit in a chair. Sometimes I think, if I knew my life would end up like that, I'd rather go in a blaze of glory (not until the last possible minute of course).

In any case... my condolences as well.
Thanks, Soundy. You didn't come across as snide.

I've been mentally debating the end for days, and I've come to one firm conclusion. It's a terrible way to end, but there is a certain poeticness in it. After six decades together, neither wanted to live apart from the other, and now they won't. The opposite, they'll be sharing a grave.

The therapy dog work you do is an outstanding use of time - I applaud you, sir.
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After six decades together, neither wanted to live apart from the other, and now they won't.
That's a great way to put a proverbial silver lining on it

Now, back on subject... saw a blurb on Q13 last night, been looking for the video clip but haven't found it yet. Didn't catch WHERE it happened, I assume it was in Seattle...

Guy decided he wanted to help out a family in need for Christmas, so he got on Facebook, put the call out to his friends for donations, had them drop all the cash in a giftwrapped box... then went to his local K-Mart, cruised the aisles until he found a family he thought looked like they needed it, brought them out to the parking lot, and presented the box... which turned out to have nearly $450 in it.
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sorry to hear about your loss mindbomber, i recently lost a family member but find peace knowing that he too, lived his life to the fullest. it will be a tough for you and your family to arrange the funeral preparations/celebration of life during holidays but from experience and the experience others have told me (and i don't mean this in a sarcastic way), funerals are one of the occasions that do bring families together and i hope that will offer comfort to you and your family.

soundy, you've hit a soft spot better to "burn out than to fade away" theory. i had the same thoughts when i witnessed him being reduced to skin and bones and the bruises from countless dosages of morphine. the experience further grounded my belief that euthanasia should be legalized in canada.. when the quality of life is lost, people should have the choice whether to continue/end their lives.

and to contribute to this thread:

- i looked after a coworker's plants for the month she's been away
- bought a plate of goodies from our tenant appreciation event to my office for those who were too busy to stop by downstairs to grab some. i especially grabbed a plate for a girl who i knew loves to eat cookies but was a bit depressed that morning and that definitely cheered her up. got lots of thank you emails after
- the building elevator clamped down on a lady that was walking in and wouldn't budge so i push the doors back for her to slip through. both her and i breathed a sigh of relief when the elevator made it safely to ground floor. she thanked me again and we parted ways
- friend got into a nasty car accident that shattered the bones of her jaw and lost a lot of weight because she couldn't chew so i told her to consider meal supplements and wrote down the name of a brand i used. at first she was hesitant because she had some pretty nasty ones (according to her), but she took my advice bought some to try and has been drinking over the last few weeks. it's nice to see her gain some weight and colour to her face
- i tipped a cab driver more than i usually do because he had to drive out of the downtown core area to get me home and i know chances of him picking up passengers on the way back is slim and i've always made it a habit to tip in cash cause i know he gets to keep it

that's all i can remember for now
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saw a homeless man on the corners of downtown shivering in the cold... Decided to walk to blenz and buy him a super warm hot chocolate to warm up his Christmas! Merry Christmas, stranger
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my neighbor gave me a pair of cirque du soleil tickets.
i dont need them, so i figure id give them away.
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first to pm me with a number can have it.
located in south van so hope to meet around here. or richmond
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Stopped in the IGA yesterday with the wife... noticed a stand of small bouquets by the door for $5, so I grabbed one... after we paid for our stuff, I handed the flowers to the cashier and said, "These are for you, Merry Christmas". The wife was kinda but I just told her, "Just committing a random act of kindness."
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my neighbor gave me a pair of cirque du soleil tickets.
i dont need them, so i figure id give them away.
section 204 seat 2 and seat 1
first to pm me with a number can have it.
located in south van so hope to meet around here. or richmond
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SHOW IS FOR TUESDAY DEC 18 AT 8PM
PM'D!

Also to add to this, I have a pair of tickets to the Christmas market with 2 carousel rides for free if someone wants it.

I bought it off SocialShopper, but didn't read the fine print that it was valid any day EXCEPT Saturday... And of course the gf and I went on Saturday.

edit: market tickets claimed!
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He asked "can you get me a coffee too?"

I said "maybe tomorrow." and went on my way.

I've been pondering the thought of that all day. About whether or not I should've just gotten him the coffee.

next thing you know he drives off in a Bentley
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PM'D!

Also to add to this, I have a pair of tickets to the Christmas market with 2 carousel rides for free if someone wants it.

I bought it off SocialShopper, but didn't read the fine print that it was valid any day EXCEPT Saturday... And of course the gf and I went on Saturday.
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my neighbor gave me a pair of cirque du soleil tickets.
i dont need them, so i figure id give them away.
section 204 seat 2 and seat 1
first to pm me with a number can have it.
located in south van so hope to meet around here. or richmond
FREE!

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Tickets went to rizo Enjoy the show bud!
Thanks for droppin' them off as well : )
Could not have been a more awesome guy.
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Thanks for droppin' them off as well : )
Could not have been a more awesome guy.
Yeah, really awesome... I PM'd him too... "still got'em?" "yep, feel like coming to south van?" "sure, gimme the address, I'll be right over."

Nothing...

Nothing...

Meantime, rearranged our usual Tuesday night Therapy Dog volunteer visits and got the wife all excited.

Pm'd again - "Just need an address, I can come get'em."

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Also to add to this, I have a pair of tickets to the Christmas market with 2 carousel rides for free if someone wants it.

I bought it off SocialShopper, but didn't read the fine print that it was valid any day EXCEPT Saturday... And of course the gf and I went on Saturday.

edit: market tickets claimed!
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just the table next to me, there was a lady with two little girls. She had apparently paid for our food as she wanted to do something nice that day.. wow.. needless to say.. I was very shocked as something like this has never happened to me. After I walked out of the restaurant, i put a $10 bill into salv army bell jar..
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