“Walking Dead” Stars Help Car Accident Victims

Thank goodness there were no walking dead, only walking heroes, Thursday when two stars of the incredibly popular TV show, “The Walking Dead” stopped to helped victims of a car accident they saw happen. CBS46 reports a witness snapped a picture of Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun stopping to help the crash victims. Reedus plays Daryl Dixon on the show. Yeun plays Glen Rhee. As those of us who live around Atlanta know, the show shoots all around the area.

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Goose Asks Cop For Help When Gosling Gets In Trouble

This is the Mother Goose kind of story you don’t hear everyday. At least Cincinnati police officer James Givens says this wasn’t a regular day at the office for him. He was sitting in his police cruiser when a goose came pecking at his car. At first, Officer Givens didn’t think much of it. Except the mama bird wouldn’t let up. She kept pecking, walking away, and coming back for more pecking. Officer Givens decided to follow the goose’s lead to

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Pro Golfer Strips Down To Underwear To Save Drowning Baby Bird

Pro golfer Greg Owen showed this week that he can get into the swing of things when it comes to saving a baby bird. Look what happened as Owen was playing a practice round, getting ready for The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Florida. He and his playing partners saw a baby bluebird fall out of a tree and into the course pond on the 16th hole. So many people would’ve just shrugged their shoulders and played

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Teen Carries His Brother On His Back For Over 100 Miles

It’s something to see as Hunter Grandee carries his brother on his back. It’s nothing new to these brothers. Ever since Braden was little and diagnosed with cerebral palsy, Hunter has carried his brother on his back. It’s just how they like to get around. Recently, they’ve taken their brotherly transportation to the next level. Last month, the brothers took on a 111-mile walk to raise awareness about CP. They went from Ann Arbor to Lansing, Michigan. It’s an incredible

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Foster Kids Celebrate Their Adoptions On Instagram

You’ll be hard-pressed to find something more heartwarming today than foster kids celebrating their adoptions. I stumbled across a wonderful Instagram feed called Together We Rise that features awesome images of these wonderful kids. One shot shows how many days they’ve been in foster care. The next announces the completion of their adoption. Maybe they’d like a family tree builder someday? To understand their past? As someone who adopted an older kid, these posts just make my heart sing. Our

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Barista Does Something Wonderful For Deaf Customer

Ibby Piracha knows it’s not easy being a deaf person in a hearing world. There are many things that can be done to make life easier for the hearing impaired. In fact, doorbells for hearing impaired are becoming much more common among the home’s of deaf people. That’s why a stranger’s wonderful act has moved him so much. That stranger was Krystal Payne, a new barista at the Starbucks in Leesburg, Virginia. Soon after starting at the store, Krystal noticed

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Divorced Couple Become Successful Business Partners

Ken and Wanda Bass are one divorced couple worth paying attention to. They’ve become successful business partners long after their marriage ended. They did it by creating something they found they needed themselves— Greeting cards exes can give to each other. These two have been in each other’s lives a long time. They became a couple in 2002, we’re married 15 years and had two sons together before they divorced. Even though their marriage didn’t work out, they respected each

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Read Quietly With Strangers At Silent Reading Party

A silent reading party–talk about an introvert’s dream come true! Go to a party, but instead of making small talk, you grab a book and read. The San Francisco Chronicle reports these parties have become all the rage in the Bay Area. The silent reading party is the brainchild of author Daniel Handler (also known as Lemony Snicket) and Dan Stone, founder and editor of the Oakland literature and music magazine and podcast, Radio Silence. They held the first one last

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Princeton Professor Posts Resume Of His Failures For World To See

I’m applauding Princeton professor Johannes Haushofer who did something really bold–he posted a CV, a resume of all his FAILURES to his Twitter feed. How refreshing is this during this age where everyone is boasting how great their life is. So many are so quick to toot their own horn, it looks like success comes easy to everyone else? That’s why Prof. Haushofer said he did it. At the top of the CV, he writes, “Most of what I try fails,

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Year-Old Pothole Gets Birthday Card From Frustrated Resident

All you have to do is think of the pothole on your own city street and understand Eddie Prosser’s frustration. He’s had pothole on his street in Jackson, Mississippi for a long time. Too long. He’s tried a number of times to call the city to come out and fix it. When more than a year had gone by, Eddie went with the old adage– If you can’t beat’em, make’em laugh. He put a birthday card and balloons on a

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