Thursday, November 28, 2013 8:05:21 AM
Umm who cares what they are promoting? If this story is true, I can guarantee you Jaroslav doesn't mind that they were promoting a clothing product. If we were to stop people from doing outstanding things because they get small return, then we are lost. Awesome job guys.
Thursday, November 28, 2013 3:01:48 AM
There is one thing about this video that no one has touched on that I think needs talking about. These guys spent a lot of their own money/ the companies money on this one guy. How else are they going to get their own money back without making a video promoting their brand. This allows them to continue their efforts in helping the homeless which creates more good. Who cares if they make this video to support their clothing line if the money they would make from this video allows them to help more people.
Thursday, November 28, 2013 2:42:09 AM
Because there seems to be a question of the morality of the people doing the deed.
Who cares if it's patting oneself on the back. If more people got honest enjoyment from feeling good about themselves after helping someone then I think that is a huge win.
Self gratifying is fine if it makes someones life better. Don`t second guess a person that is helping someone ever. That simply teaches people to not help someone in fear of looking like a self gratifying prick, when it is totally normal to feel good about yourself after making someone feel good. And it`s a perfectly normal human response to want to share the things that make you happy.
Everyone should help others and not be ashamed of it. Who cares the intent, someone was helped, their life bettered. Shame on you for judging a kind act.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 8:19:08 PM
This should be what Americans do. I find this inspirational. I don't see it as self-aggrandizing. We all have our opinions. I`m just happy to see someone get some help. That`s an expensive and labor intensive act just for the purpose of patting one`s own back.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 7:40:59 PM
Yeah whatever, that's not charity, it`s youtube hit trolling.
I once helped a stranded Mongolian chick, rescued her from traffickers, sorted out her passport, gave her my coat and put her on a flight to Ulan Bator. That wasn`t charity either, that was because she was an awesome shag.