a blog by La Kifo
Max a Florida families German Sheppard is a retired police dog and a hero. Max lead firefighters through his burning house to find and save the children still engulfed in smoke.
This is just one of your average hero stories. The neighbors saw the fire and reacted. I am sure there are a good amount of neighbors out there that would do the same, none of mine are though. Honestly if there was a fire in my neighbors apartment building, the last thing I would do is jump inside the inferno in an attempt to save them.
I wouldn't enjoy seeing their building burn, but I am not putting my life on the line for those mother fuckers.
Sometimes when you live in a large community, you are bound to have a dispute or two with your neighbors. I've had an ongoing dispute for 7 months now, maybe more. I fucking hate them, and their foreign language speaking asses. Not to mention, they treat their apartment like a clown car. Whenever someone exits their apartment like 5 people follow them.
I can't tell you the amount of times I've been woken up after a wicked hangover at 8:00 am to the hooting and hollering of 8 people chilling on their porch. How does that work? My apartment barely has enough space for the four of us living here.
Also let me make clear that my apartment and building is one million times nicer and structurally sound. It's not like they live in the best building on the street, they live in the second worst next to the half burnt building down the street.
I've got a list of gripes so long it would bore a ghost, but I ain't going to get into the rest of it, I already laid down some pretty big ones.
Just what pops into my head when I think about my neighbors.
Anyway, I love this story because it shows such a good sense of community in a place where they don't recognize the word. Florida has never been a very safe or well rounded place. This neighborhood makes a good argument for it.
I think we should all be happy. Happy that we don't live in Florida or next to me.
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