What GOOD deed have you done for the day?

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    Aug 20, 2010 6:01 AM GMT
    Time for some love and compassion here... I don't share all my deeds with everyone because I don't really keep track of them however, today I helped a kid out with Schizo affective disorder. He is SUCH A FUCKING smart kid that I want to see him make it. I can handle his very subtle rebellions here and there by looking beyond my own. It feels SOOOO damn good to help PEOPLE instead of pigeons nowadays and both of our days were worth the while.icon_lol.gif

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    Aug 20, 2010 6:19 AM GMT
    I think I may know to whom you are referring. icon_biggrin.gif
    Today I did absolutely nothing to help anyone else, that I am aware of.
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    Aug 20, 2010 6:23 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidI think I may know to whom you are referring. icon_biggrin.gif
    Today I did absolutely nothing to help anyone else, that I am aware of.


    CUMMON, it can be ANYTHING (lets try to tone down sexual insufficiency) like maybe you picked up and threw away a neighbors dog crap that pooped on your lawn with a smile on your face.
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    Aug 20, 2010 6:29 AM GMT
    That's why I say "that I am aware of."
    Sometimes just a simple forum comment can turn into a life changing event for someone, whether you know it or not. icon_wink.gif
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    Aug 20, 2010 11:44 AM GMT
    I let someone merge infront of me today on my way into work.

    Good deed done for the day, now 18 hours of sin. icon_evil.gif
  • DanOmatic

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    Aug 20, 2010 12:05 PM GMT
    Well, two weeks ago, the following happened to me: I was driving to work and at an intersection, I noticed a couple of elderly women trying to help an elderly gentleman on the ground. I pulled over and saw that the man, in attempting to slide from his wheelchair into the passenger side of a car, had fallen onto the pavement. Because I'm not trained in moving disabled people (it's harder than it looks, and not easy to get into a good lifting position), in lifting him into his wheelchair--I threw my back out! So while I was glad that I was able to help, I limped away not very happy that I had screwed up my back in the process. The worst part was that I had a triathlon two days later. I still managed to do it, but kind of lackluster, and my back is still not right. icon_sad.gif

    Later that day, after finishing a swim workout, an autistic man who is often at the pool was running around the locker room (naked), in a panic because he couldn't find his stuff. He was opening all the lockers and shrieking. So I helped him look through all the lockers to see where his clothes might be. Finally, we found his stuff--in the very last locker, of course.
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    Aug 20, 2010 12:54 PM GMT
    Today I send an email to the Human Resource District manager of my company. The reason is because the other gay guy I work with complained to the regional human resource manager and got three people fired. The firing was based on lies and was completely unfounded. Among what the asshole said was that he was being discriminated because of his sexual orientation.

    What really makes him an asshole (if it wasn't bad enough) is he's trying to get a promotion and take one their jobs.

    So I think that counts as my good deed for the day if not month.
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    Aug 20, 2010 2:21 PM GMT
    Does waking up count? Seriously, this is a good thread. Havent dont anything yet, but will definitely look for something useful to do.
  • Space_Cowboy_...

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    Aug 20, 2010 2:22 PM GMT
    I made my mom a double shot cappuccino
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    Aug 20, 2010 2:25 PM GMT
    This morning I went to the hotel lobby to get some milk for my coffee. Surprisingly, I was slightly able to communicate what I needed without slurring my words and sounding stupid, which is very unusual before the morning coffee. That counts as a good deed. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 20, 2010 2:34 PM GMT
    Jerred39 saidTime for some love and compassion here... I don't share all my deeds with everyone because I don't really keep track of them however, today I helped a kid out with Schizo affective disorder. He is SUCH A FUCKING smart kid that I want to see him make it. I can handle his very subtle rebellions here and there by looking beyond my own. It feels SOOOO damn good to help PEOPLE instead of pigeons nowadays and both of our days were worth the while.icon_lol.gif

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    You get good karma by doing good deeds but you lose all of that good energy when you go on the internet and boast about what you did. If you really want to feel better about yourself you should do your good deed and then keep your mouth shut.
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    Aug 20, 2010 2:42 PM GMT
    fastfreddie said
    Jerred39 saidTime for some love and compassion here... I don't share all my deeds with everyone because I don't really keep track of them however, today I helped a kid out with Schizo affective disorder. He is SUCH A FUCKING smart kid that I want to see him make it. I can handle his very subtle rebellions here and there by looking beyond my own. It feels SOOOO damn good to help PEOPLE instead of pigeons nowadays and both of our days were worth the while.icon_lol.gif

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    You get good karma by doing good deeds but you lose all of that good energy when you go on the internet and boast about what you did. If you really want to feel better about yourself you should do your good deed and then keep your mouth shut.

    Hey, Freddie...who crapped in YOUR coffee this morning??? .icon_rolleyes.gif
    And while your at it...why not tell ALL of us the exact rules of Karma?? icon_rolleyes.gificon_rolleyes.gif
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    Aug 20, 2010 2:45 PM GMT
    Gave my boyfriend a blow job early this morning. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 20, 2010 2:45 PM GMT
    nothing good nor bad ...everthing is normal as usual ..
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    Aug 20, 2010 2:50 PM GMT
    I gave a homeless man a cookie coming home last evening.
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    Aug 20, 2010 6:25 PM GMT
    fastfreddie said
    Jerred39 saidTime for some love and compassion here... I don't share all my deeds with everyone because I don't really keep track of them however, today I helped a kid out with Schizo affective disorder. He is SUCH A FUCKING smart kid that I want to see him make it. I can handle his very subtle rebellions here and there by looking beyond my own. It feels SOOOO damn good to help PEOPLE instead of pigeons nowadays and both of our days were worth the while.icon_lol.gif

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    You get good karma by doing good deeds but you lose all of that good energy when you go on the internet and boast about what you did. If you really want to feel better about yourself you should do your good deed and then keep your mouth shut.


    I find you are being superstitious... And what does this have to do with feeling "better" about myself. Assuming my intentions is rather egotistical of you don't you think?
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    Aug 20, 2010 6:33 PM GMT
    Jerred39 said
    fastfreddie said
    Jerred39 saidTime for some love and compassion here... I don't share all my deeds with everyone because I don't really keep track of them however, today I helped a kid out with Schizo affective disorder. He is SUCH A FUCKING smart kid that I want to see him make it. I can handle his very subtle rebellions here and there by looking beyond my own. It feels SOOOO damn good to help PEOPLE instead of pigeons nowadays and both of our days were worth the while.icon_lol.gif

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    You get good karma by doing good deeds but you lose all of that good energy when you go on the internet and boast about what you did. If you really want to feel better about yourself you should do your good deed and then keep your mouth shut.


    I find you are being superstitious... And what does this have to do with feeling "better" about myself. Assuming my intentions is rather egotistical of you don't you think?


    Erm ... It feels SOOOO damn good to help PEOPLE
  • TristanLane

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    Aug 20, 2010 6:52 PM GMT
    NC3athlete saidWell, two weeks ago, the following happened to me: I was driving to work and at an intersection, I noticed a couple of elderly women trying to help an elderly gentleman on the ground. I pulled over and saw that the man, in attempting to slide from his wheelchair into the passenger side of a car, had fallen onto the pavement. Because I'm not trained in moving disabled people (it's harder than it looks, and not easy to get into a good lifting position), in lifting him into his wheelchair--I threw my back out! So while I was glad that I was able to help, I limped away not very happy that I had screwed up my back in the process. The worst part was that I had a triathlon two days later. I still managed to do it, but kind of lackluster, and my back is still not right. icon_sad.gif

    Later that day, after finishing a swim workout, an autistic man who is often at the pool was running around the locker room (naked), in a panic because he couldn't find his stuff. He was opening all the lockers and shrieking. So I helped him look through all the lockers to see where his clothes might be. Finally, we found his stuff--in the very last locker, of course.



    See I would want to pull over for someone like that but then I have this crazy paranoia that its a set up and someone is going to mug me and steal my car!
  • Sparkycat

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    Aug 20, 2010 6:53 PM GMT
    I haven't killed anyone yet.
  • ZacktheMan

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    Aug 20, 2010 6:53 PM GMT
    Interesting reading the above postings. Thanks for sharing.

    Today I spent some time with a man who is dying of cancer. We had a nice talk. I know him casually from way back and we are friends. Every now and then he asks me for a dollar and I give it to him.

    Yesterday I met another friend who is Wheel Cheer bound due to Muscular Dystrophy and we had a good time together talking about all sorts of things.

    last week I went to a nudist Camp. It was great there, could play volleyball, Tennis, ping pong, etc.My big thing was swimming in their private lake. I love swimming. They had a nice sauna and hot Tub, I spent some time in them, just as I spend a lot of time in the sauna and steam room at my gym, where i also take several showers while I'm there, the 1st one upon arrival.

    At the nudist camp, a few people knew each other and briefly greeted one another. Others seemed to be alone. Being myself, I approached a few of these loners and struck up conversations. People do not just want to be nude, they want to be noticed, and to engage with other people. One man excitedly told me that this was his third visit to this camp and that I was the first person who bothered to talk with him. Another man and I talked for over an hour, he shared many things about his jobs and his concerns about losing it to outsourcing, and being a former business owner, I gave him some good advice.with respect thereto. He volunteered to drive me all the way to my home.[I came by bus - train- Bus, okay I'm poor} I told him he shouldn't go that far out of his way to drive me home, that there is train right near his home, but he insisted to drive me home. That was very kind of him, I accepted.

    People need people. Opportunities are everywhere.
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    Aug 20, 2010 6:54 PM GMT
    kscott6671 saidGave my boyfriend a blow job early this morning. icon_biggrin.gif


    but if u didnt let him pound yo ass....its only a half deed.....lolzicon_cool.gif
  • dabcrt

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    Aug 20, 2010 6:58 PM GMT
    good job Sparkycat.........keep it up
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    Aug 21, 2010 2:31 AM GMT
    Damn, today I couldn't FIND anything... maybe better luck tomorrow.icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 21, 2010 2:49 AM GMT
    I held the door open for a girl while picking up my books at school. Does that count?
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    Aug 21, 2010 2:50 AM GMT
    breakers saidI held the door open for a girl while picking up my books at school. Does that count?
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    Better off than I did today.icon_sad.gif