May 4, 2008
Tags: Day, done, save, the, well
Well Done..You save the Day !!!…
Oh, that is so cute.
AWESOME AWESOME…good job! Where is this? Looks like south east asia.
Ok saw on digg that it took place in Thailand…good job none the less.
them cooking up and eating the dog…
Oh, are they trying to copy Rednecks?
If that’s the case I guess they’ll have to start mating with their sister next!
Ninos salvan a un perrito! [Fotos]…
Buen trabajo de estos ninos. Realmente muestran que son buenos trabajando en equipo….
What was the photagrapher doing all this time? Why he did not help them?
good live Irish music for your special event
i fixed the messed up picture
Is that a starving horse in the background? The land where animals go to die…
Well Done… You Save The Day! Redux….
This photostory has been getting a bit of attention. Basically, two children get together to rescue a dog that is caught in a canal, and without their help would probably have drowned.
It didn’t end properly for me, though. It just kinda stops. …
No kal… That’s a dog, not a raccoon silly.
Smart kids; way to improvise.
THE CAMERAMAN WAS A LAZY!!!
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Now lets kick him back in and see how far he goes in this time!
Joking. It is really heart-warming to see
Sancho, the reason the Photographer didn’t help is likely because the camera’s point of view is from the other side of the canal. That might make assissting a bit more difficult, don’t you think?
Cute pics but I have to agree what the hell is up with the camera man/woman. WTF help the kids out.
Why does everyone seem to think the kids needed help? they seemed to be doing fine on their own. I actually think it would have been detrimental to help them. Little accomplishments like this and the feelings that result are the things that sculpt a person.
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That is the kindest act I have seen in the longest time. I does make me wonder what happened to the dog afterward, though. It would have been even sweeter if it weren’t their dog but they provided it a home. Either way, it’s good to see that even children these days can still have compassion.
I like that you separate fate from destiny. There is something to be said for trying to account for the idea that we can sometimes fail to fulfill our destiny.
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