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Ramsey Is Reminder Of Everyday Heroes

May 14, 2013

Sometimes we forget how many good people there are in the world. Then we read about someone like Charles Ramsey....

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GioAllie

May-16-13 7:48 AM

I rest my case......

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50s4ever

May-15-13 5:53 PM

Go play with monkey. He needs help and you need to pat yourself on the back for something.

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GioAllie

May-15-13 1:56 PM

50's I appreciate you assisting me in proving my point as to your contribution to this forum, but I really don't need or ask for that assistance--your words are quite enough........

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50s4ever

May-15-13 12:33 PM

Hateful? I'm with the others on this....what you deem hateful is not what most any person would see it as. Still making up the world you want to play in. Bet you had your own lonely sandbox as a kid.

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GioAllie

May-15-13 12:00 PM

the author contributed a pice stating an opinion of a person who took action to save a life, actually 4--it has nothing to do with his appearance, or his past or if anyone on this forum would or wouldn't socialize with him--

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GioAllie

May-15-13 9:49 AM

50's your ignorance and hateful comments and insults are a sign that you are totally un-informed on most issues discussed by the adults here--the child's blog is 2 doors down on your left-----

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50s4ever

May-15-13 8:20 AM

I hope he becomes gio's neighbor. They could take golf outings together and gio could show him off.

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GioAllie

May-15-13 7:31 AM

I don't recall naming either of you----but you need only re-read the majority of posts from some on this forum.....

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Gemni5

May-15-13 7:02 AM

Who's hating, Gio? I agree that word " hero" is used too liberally....that's hate? And I am far from being a " rightie"....

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50s4ever

May-14-13 9:39 PM

Ae you saying I'm making that up gio?

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GioAllie

May-14-13 3:58 PM

omg--these righties hate everyone and everything.........

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50s4ever

May-14-13 2:25 PM

He made it clear to Anderson Cooper he wanted money.

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PleaseWakeUp

May-14-13 12:45 PM

The point folks is, We should all do good deeds. By being good, you are a hero! A hero to family, friends and neighbors.

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Maddog80

May-14-13 11:39 AM

Lets keep in mind, he is not famous for his actions, he is famous because of the interview afterwards and what a train wreck he represented himself as. Also if you watch more than one of the interviews with him, he contradicts his story many times. Any lawyer would have a field day with him as a witness. Did he do the right thing? yes. But had it been any other "normal" person, their story would have lasted 2 days tops. Through in "big testicles" and "eating ribs and listening to salsa" the media knows they now have an entertaining and viral story. All about media ratings once again.

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50s4ever

May-14-13 9:59 AM

He did good. He could have walked on by. But hero is a much abused word these days.

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Howard

May-14-13 9:19 AM

Seems to me that all you want to-be heroes (more like cry babies) have nothing to do than tear down someone that helped immensely! Suppose he had done nothing and the monster had come home. Shame on all of you - I hope you are not my neighbor!

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MyRushie

May-14-13 8:33 AM

According to an interview with another neighbor, it appears that Ramsey is taking credit for things that he didn't do.

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Gemni5

May-14-13 7:25 AM

Hero? He did a good deed. I would be reluctant to call a man who assaulted his wife, failed to pay child support, and is a thief a hero. What did he to lose by helping a screaming woman? He was not in danger. He is not a hero.

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Maddog80

May-14-13 6:19 AM

Ok I agree he did a very good thing by helping that girl out of the house but calling him "average appearing"? Is it the norm to be missing teeth? Thankfully he had a "day off of work" so that he was able to be home to see this all go down.

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