WWII Veteran Celebrates 92nd Birthday Picking Up $1500 Tab For Military Members At Chick fil-A

WWII Veteran Ed Rusinek says he’s simply paying a favor forward WWII Army veteran Ed Rusinek says he’ll never forget the nice thing a stranger did for him. He was a young draftee in Little Rock, Arkansas. A buddy and he left the base looking for some Southern food when they came across an elderly gentleman. “He stepped up to us and asked, ‘Can you do me a favor? Will you let me buy your lunch? If you want to

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You Deserve To Be Your Own Valentine! Gifts For You From You

It’s Time To Celebrate You! I love love, so yes, I’m a fan of Valentine’s Day. I hate the pain it causes, though. The feeling unloved, uncoupled, left out. Trust me, I was single for far more Valentine’s Days than I’ll ever be married. That’s why I’m all about living in the now. Celebrate the love that is here. Celebrate fabulous you! Whether or not you have a romantic partner, I believe you are enough, Valentine. I believe you should

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My Favorite Super Bowl Ads 2019

I’d love to know what your favorite Super Bowl Ads were Nothing like a pretty boring game to make Super Bowl ads more important than ever for entertainment. These were my favorites: THE COACH WHO WOULDN’T BE HERE Los Angeles Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn knows how lucky he is to be here. 14 years ago, he was hit by a drunk driver. Verizon brought him in to address a group of first responders. He had no idea the real

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Superstar Author Stephen King Saves Book Review Section Of His Local Maine Newspaper

Stephen King convinces 250 avid readers to buy a subscription Superstar author Stephen King is the master of horror. As an avid reader the thing that really scared King was his local newspaper dropping the book review section. The Daily Mail reports the Portland Press Herald reviews books written about the state of Maine. But in a struggling business, the newspaper announced it was going to have to drop the section because it cost too much to produce. King was

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Brewery Debuts Six-Pack Rings That Turn Into Turtle Food Instead Of Endangering Them

Brilliant idea turns six-pack rings into sea turtle’s friend instead of foe Six-pack rings started with such a simple mission–to keep six cans of a beverage together. I seriously doubt whomever invented the plastic version had any sinister motives involved. Yet, as the world’s oceans have become overrun with plastic and garbage, those simple rings have become a serious hazard to sea life. Now, a brewery in Florida has invested in coming up with a better way. Nola.com reports Saltwater

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Popeyes Restaurant Offering ‘Emotional Support Chicken’ At Philly Airport

Restaurant is betting their emotional support chicken will bring customers comfort Talk about comfort food.  That’s what Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen is betting their “Emotional Support Chicken” offering will bring travelers at Philadelphia’s restaurant. This, of course, is a very clever market move playing off the controversy of airline passengers getting their pets certified as “emotional support animals,” so that they can travel with them in the main cabin. Hope Diaz, Popeye’s chief marketing officer says, “We know holiday travel can

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Time Magazine Picks Journalists, Including My Former CNN Colleague Maria Ressa, As “Person Of The Year”

Why these courageous journalists deserve Person Of The Year  I’m thrilled my former CNN colleague Maria Ressa is being included in the honor of being called Time Magazine’s  for “Person of The Year.” Time gives the honor to “Guardians and War On Truth.” They include Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the staff of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, and two young Reuters reporters in prison in Myanmar. As our time at CNN overlapped,  Ressa’s two decades at CNN were spent

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How This Jewish Man Finds Being Santa Became His Calling In Life

How Rick Rosenthal blends his Orthodox Jewish faith with being Santa Being Santa Claus. This brings Rick Rosenthal joy. Even though he is an Orthodox Jew. Rosenthal knows this will raise eyebrows for many fellow Jewish people. Anyone who has grown up in America knows the conflict–weighing all the bright, shiny parts of the holiday with what devout Christians will remind you is the reason for the season–celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. How did Rosenthal become Santa? How does

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