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Walter 10 month s ago
why is there no picture of the house after the works?
       
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Clem 10 month s ago
Walter,

Don't want the fanboys stalking the hot ole lady with the cool house.



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Livia 10 month s ago
Why can't we just check on our neighbors and help do the littlest things daily without having to expose the work for self-glorification? Do things humbly for others and seek no reward, not even in the slightest.
       
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Johannes 10 month s ago
good good good
       
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Silvester 10 month s ago
do good without showing it others else it just looks you do it for likes and online clout
       
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Pelegrine 10 month s ago
He did it for the Advertisement.
       
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Electrician John Kinney was called in by 72 Y.O. Gloria Scott to check out an electrical problem

Meet John Kinney, a Massachusetts-based electrician and all-around repairman who recently got a call from 72-year-old Gloria Scott from Woburn regarding a light fixture that went out in her home.

So, Kinney went down to investigate, and sure enough, the light fixture was not working… along with a slew of other things that needed repairs badly.

Half of the lights were out, most of the wiring was shot, the house had no running water, the ceiling was falling apart, there were serious plumbing issues, and the outside area was like a jungle, among many other problems. The sight struck him so much that he knew he had to do something about it.

 

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Electrician Fixes 72-Year-Old Woman’s Lights, Then Organizes A Volunteer Group To Fix Her House For Free
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