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A New York City cop with a heart of gold

 
IssueX

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what a genuinely kind man he must be...goes above & beyond the call of duty

thanks for posting, OP... hf


kindness
 Quoting: ladyannie2009


I lived in NYC for over 12 years, and I must say that despite the bad press, my experience with the NYC police was always wonderful, whether it was after a mugging on the subway or a breakin

About 20 years ago my sister lived across a street from a weirdo who would routinely get naked, stand on a chair, flash himself whilst shining a high powered spotlight - the kind you might have at an airport - right into the window of the studio apartments across the way...a building mostly inhabited by young career women

Other girls put up with it, but she is feisty, so she finally called the NYPD, and a group of 4 policemen arrived...and one of them said to her, in a strong brooklyn accent:

"honey, we're gonna get this clown...you remind me of my sister, and this makes me angry....

I mean, a lady works hard, a lady comes home, a lady shouldn't have to put up with this shit...."


...and they did. Turns out the guy was an executive at CBS (she lived on far west 57th street), and they paraded him naked through the lobby of his expensive doorman building, took him out to the squad car and took him round the blocks a few times to talk to him....

there are good and bad people where ever you go, and the same goes for the police.

thank heaven for the good ones out there...

hf
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Priceless, Thanks For sharing!
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11/29/2012 10:38 PM
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What fucken bullshit! yeah there is a homeless guy with no fucken shoes next to a sketchers,and cop of the year just happens to see him and buy him some fucking shoes?give me a fucking break,he said "‘it’s OK officer…I’ve never had a pair of shoes" what a fucken bum!!he cant cut into the money he panhandles for vodka and crack and go to the thrift store and buy a 4$ pair of mother fucken shoes?
This shit is so staged you have to be an idiot to buy it
 Quoting: hbsm 27406243


And you HAVE to be an idiot to have no decency and compassion to post something like this!
Wow-you are EMPTY soul-less..............
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11/29/2012 10:41 PM
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What are the odds a man with no shoes is beside a shoe store?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19396116


In New York, every other store is a shoe store.
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11/29/2012 10:45 PM
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Frankly I don't care if it is staged or not.

It may make other police and general public, go out and try and do the right thing for people in need.

Plus if it is okay to blast the police for wrong doing, then it is only fair to thank them when they try and do a good thing.



Lots call on the police when they need them and think of them as shit when they don't. It must suck being a cop, what a thankless job.
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11/29/2012 10:55 PM
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I hate to say this, but it feels like this story is a plant.

He went and bought a hundred dollar pair of boots for a man that didn't have any, sleeping next to a shoes store, eyeballed his foot size (or got the largest size they had?) and then had the whole story immortalized by a would be reporter on the street?

How did the whole story get out? How did the woman know to wait to get the shot?

Could it be coincidence that this happened right at the beginning of the Christmas season?

I'm not saying it couldn't happen by chance,it's just interesting how much of this would have to be played with normally to get it all to line up.

Well, regardless, I hope that the guy got his free pair of boots from it and that it was real in that way.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1193674


hmm nice angle!

I smell a conspiracy!
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11/29/2012 10:56 PM
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What fucken bullshit! yeah there is a homeless guy with no fucken shoes next to a sketchers,and cop of the year just happens to see him and buy him some fucking shoes?give me a fucking break,he said "‘it’s OK officer…I’ve never had a pair of shoes" what a fucken bum!!he cant cut into the money he panhandles for vodka and crack and go to the thrift store and buy a 4$ pair of mother fucken shoes?
This shit is so staged you have to be an idiot to buy it
 Quoting: hbsm 27406243





youre all heart.
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11/29/2012 11:04 PM
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one random act of kindness off beats a thousand acts of fear and hate
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This story is complete bsbsflag

Come on folkspope2

Tptb is lathering you up and pounding you in the ass with this sheep story ...
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Random acts of kindness are what we need more of us in this world. Can be as simple as a heartfelt- genuine nod/smile/non judgemental acknowledgement of anothers plight. Maybe food, clothing, shelter spiritually given with no utter thought regarding one'sgrouphug ego... Respecting another fellow brother/sister whilst honoring their inherent "beingness" and dignity is something to consider as well.

Bottom line, is that we are "truly in this" altogether.
If there is no time
Then you have time for everything.
You're never in a hurry.
That's true feeedom.
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I'd bet the old codger went straight back to the store, returned the boots and got some liquor....

Just sayin... the cop got played
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11/29/2012 11:27 PM
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This cop should be recognized by the sheep. How to make it go viral.

The cop needs to be put above the other pigs.
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11/29/2012 11:43 PM
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I'd bet the old codger went straight back to the store, returned the boots and got some liquor....

Just sayin... the cop got played
 Quoting: CHL2T


Without a receipt?
:infnty:

:ihavgsbmp:
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11/29/2012 11:53 PM
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Good guy.
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I'd bet the old codger went straight back to the store, returned the boots and got some liquor....

Just sayin... the cop got played
 Quoting: CHL2T


iamwith
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Re: A New York City cop with a heart of gold
As soon as the cameras stopped filming it is reported that he later beat the man to death with his nightstick

siren2gotbopsiren2
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Then he shot his dog!

In all seriousness, this is a viral video at best and a poor attempt at portraying the police in a better light.

It makes a mockery of charity.

True charity is anonymous.

Think about it. The NYPD shells out 80 bux and gets thousands, if not millions in free advertising and promoting their own viewpoint.

Doesn't sound like charity to me, but opportunism.
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11/30/2012 12:13 AM

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What a great story.
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Wouldn't it be wonderful if everyone who sees that story, goes out and buys a pair of shoes or boots for a homeless person this Christmas ?

hfhfhf
 Quoting: Lindalee


You know, it really is a wonderful gesture of kindness and compassion. He's a good hearted man.


BUT..

I had a friend who worked for a certain charity organization. They gave money to the homeless as well as vouchers so they could go buy clothes from their thrift shops.

Supposidly one voucher people kept repeatidly coming in for was for shoes.

The homeless steal shoes (and other things) from each other, from the "weaker" ones.

Someone above you posted something along the lines of 'why didnt he have shoes in the first place?' I would bet because he is seemingly elderly and easy to steal from.

So sad to think that though this police officer did a wonderful thing for this man, but maybe by tomorrow those shoes might be gone. Especially since they are brand new and in great condition.

:( sad world we live in. People are struggling to survive so they take what they can get even if by stealing.
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11/30/2012 12:17 AM
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bsflag
fake!!!!!
photo op!!!!!!!!

fuck this pig for agreeing to go with it!!!!!!!
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11/30/2012 12:17 AM
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yup.. great story...

Too bad the other 'few'... screw it up for the rest of them.. (as in the public sector)... >> Can I get an amen to my position here?... >> "what a dumbass pig!"... (even though it was a nice gesture.)
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11/30/2012 12:19 AM
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What are the odds a man with no shoes is beside a shoe store?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19396116


I once worked with the homeless and they wear out their shoes real quick. Their shoes are always dirty and ratty. There was many that shoplifted new shoes, simply trying them on and walking out.
He took his old ones off and probaly waited and sat for someone to give him new ones and his begging came true

Officer did him a good thing.
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That was to say "private" sector.
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11/30/2012 12:20 AM
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lets not for get the true reason behind this story.

because nobody wants to talk about the nanny
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11/30/2012 12:23 AM
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or some "other sector"... lol.. -- haha, you know what I mean.
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11/30/2012 12:26 AM
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It's pretty sad to see this being made such a big deal tho, think about it.

People do these acts of kindness everyday and sometimes even get arrested for it.

Now that a cop does it, he's some kind of hero?

Since when are cops not human beings?

Hats off to the man that provided footwear to a fellow human of earth, not the cop.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28729734


There is a saying that goes something like this: "When a pickpocket meetss a saint, all the thief sees are pockets."

Likewise a suspicious person sees only suspicion.

A cynical person only sees the cynicism.

etc. etc. etc.
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Or in other words... fuck the cop. (by default) -- period..

Heck, And I used to be on their side until about 2002 rolled around and I saw what the intent was with the patriot act...

The patriot act was america's downfall... (and it has fallen now) - >> and you should buy as many guns and ammo as you can. - (And I think you have already, lol -- with the latest numbers)
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11/30/2012 12:33 AM
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but like I say... It was a nice gesture...


Too bad it doesn't make a dent in my opionion of where we are today? -- f-em.
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what a genuinely kind man he must be...goes above & beyond the call of duty

thanks for posting, OP... hf


kindness
 Quoting: ladyannie2009


I lived in NYC for over 12 years, and I must say that despite the bad press, my experience with the NYC police was always wonderful, whether it was after a mugging on the subway or a breakin

About 20 years ago my sister lived across a street from a weirdo who would routinely get naked, stand on a chair, flash himself whilst shining a high powered spotlight - the kind you might have at an airport - right into the window of the studio apartments across the way...a building mostly inhabited by young career women

Other girls put up with it, but she is feisty, so she finally called the NYPD, and a group of 4 policemen arrived...and one of them said to her, in a strong brooklyn accent:

"honey, we're gonna get this clown...you remind me of my sister, and this makes me angry....

I mean, a lady works hard, a lady comes home, a lady shouldn't have to put up with this shit...."


...and they did. Turns out the guy was an executive at CBS (she lived on far west 57th street), and they paraded him naked through the lobby of his expensive doorman building, took him out to the squad car and took him round the blocks a few times to talk to him....

there are good and bad people where ever you go, and the same goes for the police.

thank heaven for the good ones out there...

hf
 Quoting: IssueX


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Worry is a misuse of the imagination.
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You know things are REALLY BAD when something like this gets tons of mainstream focus.

Think about it - people are really THAT SURPRISED that a cop actually SERVED AND PROTECTED a citizen? People probably would expect the average police officer to have maced the poor man or arrested him for trespassing.

This shouldn't be a huge shock to anyone, this video shouldn't be spread around so widely - it should be COMMON behavior. SERVE AND PROTECT.

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