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35 Pictures That Prove The World Isn’t Such A Bad Place

35 Pictures That Prove The World Isn’t Such A Bad Place
My husband is like that. though he is hearing impaired, he likes doing little nice things for strangers. One time we were out on a date in Down Town, the White House park (we only JUST begun dating then and I didn’t know him well back then) we were walking down the street when this drunk middle age man was trying to cross a street with his bicycle, when he lost his balance, fell and couldn’t get up because the pedal of his bike got caught in his pants, and there were people walking down same side walk and they just past him snickering. My husband (boyfriend then) saw him, ran up to him helped him to his feet, and holding his bike with one hand and the drunk guy with the other, helped him cross the street, and get to the hotel he was staying at. We still don’t know the reason the guy was so drunk, but he didn’t look like a financially struggling man, could be something bad happened and he was in despair, I don’t know.

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School Bully Asked Girl He Tormented On Date. She Left A Note. When Louisa Manning was 12 years old, she was harassed by her fellow students about her weight, her monobrow, and she was called a “manbeast.” The photo above on the left is then — the picture on the right? That’s now. She’s a lovely 22-year-old Oxford University student, and last week she “bumped into the man [who bullied her] at a university ball and…he asked her on a date on Facebook.” Manning accepted, but didn’t show up. Instead, she asked the waitress to hand him a photo and piece of paper. An Unlikely Friday Night Pizza Café Has A Big Heart At Moriah Pie in Norwood, Ohio, Erin and Robert Lockridge serve homemade pizza and diners pay what they can. Christopher Kuettner hide caption itoggle caption Christopher Kuettner

Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart Challenge Fallon to Epic Lip Sync Battle Katy Perry pulled out the fireworks and animatronic lions during her Super Bowl halftime show performance – but over at The Tonight Show, Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart and Jimmy Fallon took a more minimalist approach in their "Super Bowl of lip sync battles." The three comedians went head-to-head during a special Sunday night taping. The winner, as always, was the audience. In the above clip, Ferrell kicks off the battle with "Drunk in Love," a seductive jam from "the Queen B: the one, the only Beyoncé." His chest-rubbing and sassy hand gestures earn huge laughs, though he ends his performance looking a tad winded. ("You can never un-see that," says Fallon.)

37 Dr. Seuss Quotes That Can Change the World Dr. Seuss is an oft-quoted author that published over 40 books, many of which have been made into films, and have even been studied in university classrooms. This is a collection Seuss quotes that have the power to change the world if their message is heeded. Simple and poignant at the same time, that is what he was famous for, and is on display. Enjoy! Woman Uses Paramedical Tattooing To Hide Burns And Scars Basma Hameed may not look like your typical tattoo artist, but that's because her ink-driven cause is anything but ordinary. After suffering terrible facial burns as a child, Basma devoted her life to paramedical tattooing, helping trauma victims cover up their burns and scars with skin-colored pigmentation treatments. Her profession is especially meaningful to the 17-year-old girl featured in this video, who had boiling water thrown in her face by ruthless bullies.

9 Awesome Customer Service Stories The train passenger with no toilet paper who was saved by twitter An unlucky pooper who found himself in the stall on his train without toilet paper was recently saved by the power of Twitter and awesome customer service. It seems that 16-year-old Adam Greenwood was traveling on Virgin Trains when he found himself in the no-TP predicament. Left with no other option, Ol' Train-Pooper decided to tweet the company as a gag.

This woman gave an answer on “Family Feud” that was so bad her opponent laughed in her face 37.8KShare 66Tweet 35Share 65Reddit 46Share 86Stumble 152Email Print Friendly As soon as “Family Feud” host Steve Harvey finished the question “Name something a doctor might pull out of a person,” a female contestant buzzed in instantly and answered “gerbil.” “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” Christopher Reeve “A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself.” Joseph Campbell Joseph Campbell, an American mythological researcher, wrote a famous book entitled The Hero with a Thousand Faces. In his lifelong research Campbell discovered many common patterns running through hero myths and stories from around the world.

Coach Catches Teenage Runner With Multiple Sclerosis During Every Race Kayla Montgomery is one of the country's best long distance runners. However, her battle with multiple sclerosis (MS) doesn't make racing easy. Watch her remarkable display of perseverance as she fights on the track to come out on top, even if it means collapsing into her coach's arms at the finish line. Kayla's determination is nothing short of astonishing. According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, MS "is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body." The NMSS lists common MS symptoms such as fatigue, gait difficulties, numbness/tingling of limbs, and muscle spasms.

9 Amazing Acts Of Forgiveness The Iranian killer who was spared execution by his victim's mother Samereh Alinejad said she had no intention of forgiving her son's killer until the noose was around his neck. In April 2014, the man, referred to in the press only as Balal, was scheduled to be hung by the neck until dead for the murder of Abdollah Hosseinzadeh who was stabbed in a street brawl in the autumn of 2007 when he was only 18. These Architects Failed So Hard At Their Jobs Everyone makes mistakes. After all, we're all humans susceptible to unfortunate mishaps from time to time. When you or I make a mistake, it doesn't seem like too big of a problem.

Why Teaching Is The Best Job In The World 7 Reasons Why Teaching Is Still The Best Job In The World by Paul Moss Sometimes, good teachers quit. Teaching is an increasingly demanding job with divergent influences, dynamic sources of innovation, and aging dogma that makes it all a struggle. It can be emotionally draining, and at times, impossible. But in lieu of that–and in an age where start-ups are glorified, entertainment is endlessly emphasized, and tech is kind, teaching continues to be the best job in the world. He Catches His Wife Crying While Doing Laundry. Then She Tells Him The Shocking Truth This man follows his wife every morning without her knowing. Sounds strange doesn’t it? It’s not because he doesn’t trust her. In fact, his reason is a lot deeper. This is an incredibly touching short film (it’s only 8 minutes but I guarantee you won’t want to stop watching once you start).