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Faith in Humanity Restored. The Story of Julio Diaz (1 pic)

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1 Faith in Humanity Restored. The Story of Julio Diaz (1 pic)


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№1 Author: Nsibai (7 Jun 2012 00:47) Total user comments: 5694


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ok 01
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№2 Author: DocMcCoy (7 Jun 2012 00:47) Total user comments: 6039


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It is nice to read some good news for a change. 01
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№3 Author: nikadiler (7 Jun 2012 02:16) Total user comments: 247


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A great men
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№4 Author: jai9313 (7 Jun 2012 02:23) Total user comments: 894


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nice people
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№5 Author: lillady (7 Jun 2012 02:46) Total user comments: 281


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great story, there truly are some great people out there 04
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№6 Author: Hypertension (7 Jun 2012 03:40) Total user comments: 1184


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Diaz is a very kind person,
but most of bad guys honestly in reality do not behave like that teenage boy,
most of bad guys never treat you as you want it real,
welcome to the more complicated world.
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№7 Author: Louie (7 Jun 2012 04:40) Total user comments: 8189


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№8 Author: mahedi (7 Jun 2012 05:24) Total user comments: 10772


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Nice work Julio Diaz, Thanx
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№9 Author: Sativa (7 Jun 2012 06:23) Total user comments: 263


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This is nice and heart warming and all, but what are the chances that this really happened?
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№10 Author: adzhoe (7 Jun 2012 06:41) Total user comments: 14959


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A nice story, If it really happened, a great story.
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№11 Author: RoomysZA (7 Jun 2012 07:52) Total user comments: 176


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Heart warming story indeed, but the reality is 99% of the time that wouldnt have gone down the same way. In South Africa the crooks here have a shoot now and dont talk later policy even for $0.50c.

Hope the kid keeps his newly found friends advice.
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№12 Author: indy (7 Jun 2012 10:30) Total user comments: 9


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Esta es como una mas de esas historias que recibo en mi cuenta de email proveniente principalmente de los Estados Unidos (familiares mayores basicamente) la unica diferencia es que esta historia o cuento que diria yo no termina dando las gracias a Jesus o Dios.

Es increible cuanta gente se cree estos cuentos, no lo entiendo la verdad y me gustaria, pero es que es tan obvio que es mentira (y me encantaria que fuese verdad) que no me lo puedo tragar. Aqui tenemos otra vez el sueo americano (es como yo lo llamo) ese que vemos en las peliculas, ese que para toda la accion de la pelicula y te da esos 5 minutos de aburrimiento apelando a lo grande que es el ser humano (norteamericano mayormente) y sus valores morales (y o patrioticos) esos valores que no tenia en la anterior parte de la pelicula....

En fin seores/as seamos serios y no vendamos una fabula como si fuese un noticia real.

I would like to write in english what I have writed but my english is not good enought to describe how false I think that this story-tale is.
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№13 Author: quackers (7 Jun 2012 10:44) Total user comments: 4830


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Maybe it`s True or Maybe he made it up but great story anyway ,.,.
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№14 Author: miscellaneous (7 Jun 2012 11:40) Total user comments: 4179


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I choose faith in humanity before any other type ....
we (humanity) got ourselves into this mess ... WE need to fix it ...
this is a start .... nice, uplifting, story .. thanx AC for sharing this
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№15 Author: mashie5 (7 Jun 2012 12:10) Total user comments: 1357


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can someone summarize for a lazy reader?
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№16 Author: trob6975 (7 Jun 2012 12:29) Total user comments: 104


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So all you need for a made up story to be convincing is a picture of a random person. BTW how did this hold any water without any sources as to where this story came from??
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№17 Author: salsapopo (7 Jun 2012 13:58) Total user comments: 12723


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only belive in humanity 04
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№18 Author: Shalaba (7 Jun 2012 14:03) Total user comments: 381


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I like to believe there are way more great stories like that, we just dont get to hear about them all 04
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№19 Author: Jinxaruny (7 Jun 2012 16:54) Total user comments: 10324


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Very awesome, indeed!
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№20 Author: Hott_RoDD (7 Jun 2012 18:07) Total user comments: 292


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good guy julio, God Bless this man
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№21 Author: joffenbaker (7 Jun 2012 18:16) Total user comments: 4965


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I probably would have taken his knife then stab him in the armpit then bite his eyeball while he could still see out of it.
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№22 Author: shade (7 Jun 2012 19:57) Total user comments: 1257


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Cool story. I'd love to believe it.
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№23 Author: Lu (7 Jun 2012 20:53) Total user comments: 15082


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Only hoping that kid changed his ways.
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№24 Author: johnny Reynoso (7 Jun 2012 22:09) Total user comments: 3712


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№25 Author: telaute (8 Jun 2012 00:38) Total user comments: 19


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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/
2008/04/06/man-buys-dinner-for
-his-m_n_95178.html

http://www.npr.org/2008/03/28/
89164759/a-victim-treats-his-m
ugger-right
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№26 Author: oxyjane (8 Jun 2012 10:20) Total user comments: 459


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great job! 04 04 04
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№27 Author: cherrygarcia14 (12 Jun 2012 17:13) Total user comments: 2278


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wow, only humans can make the change they want to see 21
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