Give Props: Where good deeds go unpunished.
10Feb/10

Does more than delivers mail

I was just driving down the street, and I saw the nicest thing. A man in a wheelchair was heading down the sidewalk and had just crossed the street. When he got to the other side he was struggling to make it up the small incline at the next sidewalk. There just happened to be a mailman out. He saw what was happening, ran over, and pushed the man up and on to the sidewalk. Such a small thing, but so helpful at the same time.

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7Feb/10

Teenager Moving

A neighbor noticed one night a few days ago that an old lady was busy trying to get herself moved. She was standing outside in basketball shorts, looking a little stressed. He decided to help and called as many people as he could. This was 10:00 PM, and he didn't think anybody would help. Fifteen guys showed up and helped pack everything in the truck in under an hour. One of the helpers was a seventeen year old boy. He had dropped his homework to help out a neighbor. He was worried, because he had a test the next day. It was late, and he knew he would be tired for his test, plus he didn't get as much time to study. He related later that he woke up refreshed and even passed his test. I can only imagine how grateful the lady was for this group of strangers, including the boy's sacrifice.

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7Feb/10

Paralympics Props

Good for these guys! Both teams too!

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7Feb/10

Good Driver

I was driving, stopped at a stop light, turning right. The guy next to me suddenly got out of his car. I noticed there was some broken pieces of plastic on the road. Even though the man was holding up traffic, he got out of his car, picked up the plastic and put them in his car. Who does that? Normal people don't clear the road so other cars are in less danger. Props to that guy.

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