Monthly Archives: June 2013

Stoney Brook Students Thank Zamir

Zamir works the night shift at Dunkin’ Donuts. many Stone Brook University students at Stony Brook, New York, gave him thank-you notes and hugs to show their appreciation for his friendliness and competence. Check out some FREE eBooks about good … Continue reading

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“Don’t Get Discouraged by All of the Bad. There are a Lot of Good People”

Sometimes an unkind deed is followed by a good deed. In June 2013, someone illegally dumped trash on top of unmarked Civil War-era graves in Matoaca Cemetery in Chesterfield, Virginia, but after seeing a story on TV about the illegal … Continue reading

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Adam Plouff: Five Years

“Personal project for my wife on our 5th anniversary. I secretly spent 2 months of early mornings before client projects building this in the hopes of surprising her. I had fun making it and she cried a bunch. win/win.” — … Continue reading

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“She Should Get the Golden Glove for Catching a One-Year-Old”

On 19 June 2013, Cristina Torre, the 44-year-old daughter of Joe Torre, former major-league baseball player and New York Yankees manager, caught a one-year-old boy who fell from the storefront awning of a frozen-yogurt shop on Third Avenue at 92nd … Continue reading

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Catch a Falling Toddler

“A couple in Ninghai, Zhejiang province, China, left their 2-year-old daughter Qiqi asleep in their fifth-floor apartment Thursday evening [20 June 2013]. When Qiqi woke up, working men on the street below saw her at the window. They rushed to … Continue reading

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Barber Dan: Good Samaritan

In June 2013, Barber Dan marked an important anniversary. For 30 years, he has been providing free haircuts to male residents of the Cedar Hill Care Center in Zanesville, Ohio. He will retire on 1 August 2013. Best wishes to … Continue reading

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Hoax-Slayer and Snopes: Fighters Against Bad Information

Websites such as Hoax-Slayer and Snopes do good deeds by pointing out inaccurate information. For example, this is an INACCURATE email that has been widely disseminated: “Subject: Fw: Fwd: Sign in Houston Mall “What enrages me is that Americans would … Continue reading

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Richard Browne: Ring Finder Extraordinaire

Richard Browne, a member of the organization Ring Finders and a resident of South Yarmouth, Massachusetts, uses metal-detecting equipment to find lost rings in the waters of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and returns them. The Ring Finders use metal-detecting equipment to … Continue reading

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“In that Hot Second, I Thought, ‘Yeah, I Could Use This, But No, I Need to Give it Back’”

Nik Koyama lost a wallet containing $4,000 in cash while rushing to get to his graduation ceremony at Righetti High School in Santa Maria, California; fortunately, Mark Huerth of Orcutt, California, found it and made sure it was returned to him. … Continue reading

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Two Princesses

Source of Photo: http://i.imgur.com/Xea2eq9.jpg Reddit user RickASolis has a niece who wanted to go to a restaurant and get something to eat, but she wanted RickASolis and her to go to the restaurant as princesses. So RickASolis put on a tiara … Continue reading

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