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SOME GOOD NEWS STORIES

SOME GOOD NEWS STORIES


The famous ltalian diver Enzo Maiorca dove into the sea of Syracuse and was talking to his daughter Rossana who was aboard the boat. Ready to go in, he felt something slightly hit his back, he turned and saw a dolphin.

Then he realized that the dolphin did not want to play but to express something. The animal dove and Enzo followed.

At a depth of about 12 meters, there was another dolphin, trapped in an abandoned net.

Enzo quickly asked his daughter grab the diving knives. Soon, the two of them managed to free the dolphin, which at the end of the ordeal, emerged, issued an” almost human cry” ( describes Enzo)

A dolphin can stay up to 10 minutes underwater, then drowns.

The released dolphin was helped to the surface by Enzo, Rossana and the other dolphin. That’s when the surprise came, she was pregnant !

The male circled them and then stopped in front of Enzo, touched his cheek( like a kiss )in a gesture of8days gratitude and then they both swam off.

Enzo ended his speech by saying ,

“Until man learns to respect and speak to the animal world, he can never know his true role on earth”.

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My husband was spraying a house, and this sweet little puppy walked up to him and was begging for pets. He sat and pet her for a good 30 minutes. While he was leaving, the puppy tried to follow him in his car. So he got out and called the home owner, he said "if it runs in the road, I didn't see or hear anything". And my husband says wtf dude, she could get run over, and it's also 12 degrees outside. So he took the puppy and we found a GOOD home for her.

He said the puppy loved our heat in the car. She was in heaven. We would've taken her if we were allowed to have dogs.

Point is... don t get a puppy if you can't treat them like actual beings.


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Last Kiss ❤ I'll never forget the day my Mom called me in a panic "Janna, you've got to convince your daddy to get rid of that horse, it's gonna kill him!".

Major (AKA "Major Deal" as mama named him) was a young and vicious stallion when dad bought him. He "couldn't be broke".

The men who owned him previously had used a technique to break horses that involved beatings and tying his head tightly between two posts where they left him standing without food or water for 4 weeks.

Major stood strong. When dad brought him home, he barreled through five strands of fence within minutes of arriving and he'd Bite and strike at anyone within distance.

My dad never broke him.... he earned his heart. Every single day, for hours and hours dad, worked to earn that abused horse's trust. Love won and after two full years, Major allowed my dad to ride him.

When dad would go out, Major would kiss him on the head over and over. They had a bond that only horse people could ever understand. It seemed only fitting to let Major say goodbye. This is Major's last kiss.

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Hi John

What a great way to start a Sunday morning: lying on my comfy, warm bed, cock in hand, reading John’s brilliant blog stories and thoroughly enjoying all the outstanding naked men! You’ve excelled yourself this week: some very entertaining stories and some, literally, outstanding cocks! I don’t know how you manage to produce such a brilliant blog simply every week! It must be a massive amount of work, but I want you to know just how much I appreciate all the hard (!!!) work you put into it! I hope all at Hamilton Hall are having a great day, preferably naked!

Kind regards

Adrian

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While I paid, I gave Sean the keys so he could head back out to the car. It took me a little while to checkout and as I exited the store, I noticed Sean’s door opened and he was walking away from my car towards a man in a wheelchair. He was an older African American gentleman, with amputated legs and appeared “homeless”. My first reaction, sadly, was: “Oh crap! He is hitting Sean up for money and has called him over.” But as I walked closer Sean had clearly had a short conversation with the man, turned around and headed back to the car. So I did the same. As I entered the car, I asked him what that was all about. “Nothing Dad. I just was asking if he needed help. He said no thanks, that he was fine but thanked me for asking.” See, at first glance I didn’t even notice that the gentleman was attempting to cross a gravel parking lot, full of potholes, in a wheelchair using only his hands. I didn’t notice that my 11yo child was man enough to see this in the mirror of my car, drop his electronics he was playing, get out and offer to help the guy. As we began to leave Sean asked if we could give the man some money. We pulled up beside him and I asked if he could use a few bucks. He said: “No thank you, I’m fine. Your son was a real gentleman and gave me all I needed today. God Bless. ” We rolled up the window and began to drive off. Out of the corner of my eye I saw Sean wave at him and he waved back with a huge smile on his face. Would I have gotten out of the car and done the same? I don’t post this looking for any praise for Sean. I post this to expose a real nastiness we have in our world. We spew such bile and hatred on every news channel, every Facebook post, every tweet. It’s not a right or left thing. We all do it. We have forgotten to look at the world through the eyes of a child. Sean wasn’t looking for praise for what he did. He didn’t even know I would see it. He just saw a man that he thought needed help. If we all just stopped once a day and tried to make one person smile. One stranger stop and think “hey, that was nice”. Could we make real change? As I said, this was a post that would paint a poor picture of my judgment. But don’t many of us have the same reactions many times? Maybe it’s just me. Maybe I’m the one that needs to change. I just pray the world doesn’t change this kid."

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After 50 years of marriage, I once looked carefully at my wife and said, "50 years ago, we had a small apartment, an old car, we slept on the couch watching old black and white TV, but every night I lay in the same bed with a beautiful 19-year-old" by a girl. Now I have a huge expensive house, a lot of expensive cars, a huge bed in a deluxe bedroom, a wide-angle TV, but I sleep in the same bed with a 69-year-old woman. I'm starting to doubt my marriage.

My wife is a very smart woman. She wasn't offended or cussed. Just the other way around. She suggested that I find a 19-year-old girl and she will personally make sure that I live again in a small apartment, sleep on a reclining couch and watch black and white TV.

Well, aren't these women amazing? They really know how to solve all their husbands problems! "


Robert De Niro

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John: I cannot thank you enough for the weekly Newsletter. It is a life saver for me. Housebound with ill health these past few years ( I'm 82 ) and your news and views always delights as do the nudes. Love the way you stand up for the underdog and consider yourself to be like Marmite. I hear you there. Thanks John.

Roger

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I recently spent $6,500 on this registered Black Angus bull. I put him out with the herd but he just ate grass and wouldn't even look at a cow. I was beginning to think I had paid more for that bull than he was worth. Anyway......I had the Vet come and take a look at him. He said,, the bull was very healthy, but possibly just a little young. 😂

so he gave me some pills to feed him once per day. The bull started to service the cows within two days……. all my cows! He even broke through the fence and bred with all of my neighbor's cows! He's like a machine! I don't know what was in the pills the Vet gave him ... but they kind of taste like peppermint.


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I can not shop at Costco anymore - Yesterday I was at Costco buying a large bag of Purina dog chow for my loyal pet, Necco, the Wonder Dog, which weighs 191 lbs. I was in the check-out line when a woman behind me asked if I had a dog. What did she think I had an elephant ? So because I'm retired and have little to do, on impulse I told her that no, I didn't have a dog, I was starting the Purina Diet again. I added that I probably shouldn't, because I ended up in the hospital last time, but that I'd lost 50 pounds before I awakened in an intensive care ward with tubes coming out of most of my orifices and IVs in both arms.

I told her that it was essentially a Perfect Diet and that the way that it works is, to load your jacket pockets with Purina Nuggets and simply eat one or two every time you feel hungry. The food is nutritionally complete so it works well and I was going to try it again. (I have to mention here that practically everyone in line was now enthralled with my story.)

Horrified, she asked if I ended up in intensive care, because the dog food poisoned me. I told her no, I stopped to Pee on a Fire Hydrant and a car hit me,

I thought the guy behind her was going to have a heart attack he was laughing so hard.

Costco won't let me shop there anymore. Better watch what you ask retired people. They have all the time in the World to think of crazy things to say. Forward this (especially) to all your retired friends...it will be their laugh for the day!


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A man saw a snake being burned to death and decided to take it out of the fire. When he did, the snake bit him causing excruciating pain. The man dropped the snake, and the reptile fell right back into the fire.

So, the man looked around and found a metal pole and used it to take the snake out of the fire, saving its life.

Someone who was watching approached the man and said: “That snake bit you. Why are you still trying to save it?”

The man replied: “The nature of the snake is to bite, but that's not going to change my nature, which is to help.”

Do not change your nature simply because someone harms you. Do not lose your good heart, but learn to take precautions


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Dear John

You are a truly wonderful person I have been through what you are faced with I would love to say all will be fine and you will be back to your normal self soon but you won’t You have a mountain to climb and it will be shit many days of feeling dreadful and tired but you will get rid of all the things that don’t matter and cherish the things that do and e a better person for it

I have stayed with you several times and each time was filled with wonderful memories sometimes just saying nothing and doing nothing and sometimes being totally wild and playing with wonder guys each time being special in so many different ways

I won’t ever forget being asked to your room and being so welcome and accepted for the person that I am I can’t ever thank you enough I went downstairs with an enormous smile and feeling so happy and grateful for all your kind words but I did dream of being very naughty with you which was only incentivised but not doing so I suspect you knew exactly what I was dreaming of!

Take care and look after yourself you are both unique and very special to so many guys and I love you so much for that so few people really understand what some of us go through

All my love from one of your millions of admires who really appreciates your kindness and understanding.

Peter

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You absolutely have to laugh at this man as if not, you'd end up crying. Crying that anyone this dumb, this ignorant and this dangerous could win again and be in charge of the free world.

You have to laugh.

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  • A couple adopted their dead neighbor’s 3 children..But they didn’t expect what PEOPLE would do

4 weeks ago

( I have to admit this brought tears to my eyes...)


Audrey, an ordinary woman with a deep love for children, was a single mother who tirelessly provided for her three children through two jobs. She aimed to give them the best life possible. Her dreams included envisioning a future filled with grandchildren’s laughter and the joy of life. However, in late 2018, Audrey’s life took an unexpected turn.


Feeling unwell, Audrey initially attributed her sickness to fatigue and took a few days off from work. When her condition didn’t improve after three days, she sought medical help and was informed that further examination was necessary. This required her to spend several days in the hospital.


With no one to care for her children, Audrey approached her neighbor, Tish, whom she knew only in passing, and requested that she watch over her kids overnight while she underwent medical tests.

Tish, a mother of five who had experienced life in an orphanage herself, agreed to help despite the surprise of the situation. Audrey returned home the next day, clearly distressed. Although she didn’t reveal her troubles, Tish sensed that something was wrong. Audrey eventually confided in Tish that she had been diagnosed with second-degree stomach cancer and had limited time left. Audrey’s foremost concern was the fate of her three children.

Just days before her passing, Audrey made a heart-wrenching request: she asked Tish and her husband to care for her children once she was gone. Tish’s life was forever altered by this request. Having developed affection for the children and understanding their potential plight, she discussed the matter with her husband. Despite their own challenges, they agreed to take in Audrey’s children, vowing not to let them end up in an orphanage.

Shortly after this conversation, Audrey’s health deteriorated, and she succumbed to the disease. Within a month of their initial meeting, the Beauchamp family adopted Audrey’s children. This blended family was united by love and care. Despite their modest living conditions and crowded home, the Beauchamps provided a nurturing environment for their children. They didn’t differentiate between their biological and adopted children.

However, living conditions were tight. Some children slept in the kitchen or hallway due to limited space. Love and unity prevailed, and the Beauchamp family navigated their circumstances with immense compassion and support. A turning point came when a local TV station learned of their story through social media and community letters. They decided to surprise the family by renovating their home.


The Beauchamp family’s dream of dividing a shared children’s room into two bedrooms came true. Their home underwent extensive renovation, overseen by designers and engineers who optimized space for comfort. The Beauchamp family’s gratitude was boundless as they discovered their transformed home. New bedrooms, a functional living room, and a well-equipped kitchen were now part of their lives.


The outpouring of community support continued. In addition to the renovations, the family received a year’s worth of free groceries and a generous monetary gift. The oldest son was handed a check to buy his own home, and the family was gifted a new car. This accumulation of blessings left the Beauchamp family in awe.

Tish, the matriarch of the family, humbly acknowledged the support, stating that they hadn’t done anything special. Their selfless act of becoming foster parents and uniting two families had won the hearts of their community. Ordinary citizens and patrons contributed to these gifts as a tribute to their extraordinary compassion. Now, the Beauchamp family of ten lives in a new, comfortable home, and they plan to take a well-deserved family trip.


The locals admire the Beauchamp family for their selflessness, acknowledging that their actions cannot be quantified in monetary terms. Their story serves as a reminder that acts of kindness and compassion have a profound impact, often touching the hearts of many and inspiring collective efforts to support those who genuinely deserve it.


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I hope something on this page made you smile and maybe even laugh and most of all, feel good that while we live in dangerous times, peoples humanity will always win through and by offering their best - wins hands down.


John Bellamy

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