Good Samaritans Paint Elderly Man's Home

Josh Cyganik rounded up 100 volunteers to put a fresh coat of paint on 75-year-old Leonard Bullock's Pendleton, Oregon home.
0:48 | 08/10/15

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One man in Oregon took it upon himself to turn mean words to kind action. For forty years Josh Titanic walked by this house on his way to work he would wave at the home owner Leonard Bullock who was always sitting on its front porch. The two had never spoken but that changed when two teenagers made fun of the house calling it ugly in saying it should be burned down. Organic heard the comments while working across the street and saw Bullock was upset. So again it took action offering a fresh coat of paint for the home which bullet enthusiastically accepted. Since Titanic asked a local lumber yard to donate the paint and rallied community members to volunteer their time. In the end 100 people showed up. To give a home a make over Bolick says he now feels good when he looks at his home especially after those rude comments.

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