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It wasn't his garage wall, it was his friends. Give him some slack, he's just getting into Facebook and took the whole 'writing on your wall' to heart.

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every "lol" as the first comment should be automatically thumbs downed...what a waste of valuable first comment space

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Didn't we go over this before when the woman tried to help the old man and he stole her money? YOU DONT HELP PEOPLE ANYONE NOT IN THIS WORLD!!! You can't trust ANYONE!!!

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it's offensive to some people when you underestimate their ability to fend for themselves. In reality, old ladies don't want help across the street.

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It is offence to people in a wheel chair anyone see the tv show LOST? John Locke woulda whooped ur ass for tryim to help him lol

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29-yes and also half of it is cut off and it says half of caution and cut off assassins at the bottom :p

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Yeah, maybe to an old man in a wheelchair he feels like he has to prove that he can do things just as well as any other person. So by asking if he needed help, you were suggesting that he is incapable of performing tasks like that, so he was insulted. You were only trying to do a kind thing though OP, sucks.

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depends on how you do it. if you see you could be helpful, you may go and offer your support if needed and wanted. if you go there and degrade him by taking a task he is doing well out of his hands you deserve some abusing.

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I agree with 5 , if you don't know him don't offer to paint his house? it seems kind of patronising...

It wasn't his garage wall, it was his friends. Give him some slack, he's just getting into Facebook and took the whole 'writing on your wall' to heart.

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