WOW...pretty amazing act of kindness from the last place you'd expect

dishstaller

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrzyQ7IYFz8

While my family has been watching shows they like, I've been watching prank/reality shorts on Youtube. Came across this guy's channel and he does some hysterical "bait" pranks. However, one day he decides to park his car....like he has a tire issue...and see who if anyone will help. I don't want to spoil it....just watch.
 

y2k

Former Dish Network Sufferer
highly and obviously staged....wait, I have a more concise and contemporary word- fake....long shot unsteady, who was videoing, and why doesn't the Samaritan acknowledge presence?

the one believable point is that no one involved knows much about cars- loose/missing lugs with good tire/wheel still on call for simple wrench and maybe replacement nuts, NOT pricey jack....fix is to tighten existing lugs and/or install replacement(s) WITHOUT lifting vehicle, so that wheel has weight on it to prevent turning....but that's not what makes this out as fake.....

I have no use for youtube....all kinds of con artists hoping to 'go viral'
 
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dishstaller

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Watching that video did my heart good. Thanks for posting it.

The same guy who posted the video I guess got kind of inspired and did several others of various homeless people.

This one was probably my favorite https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qS_yRy5EYQk

Although these three are pretty tough to watch as well
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51IYQMuXW4U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgioYSgIwaA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG4Lj8w5rtE
Personally I think that being in a position where you literally have nothing but the clothes on your back and an empty belly tends to leave you extremely humble and very atune to other's suffering.
 

y2k

Former Dish Network Sufferer
it might also leave you extremely desperate and a proximate cause for another's suffering
 
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