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Category: Good Samaritans

A slice of love.

January 15, 2015 |

Mason Wartman had had all of the “fun” he could stand in the frenzied pace of Wall Street. Now he’s a “pizza guy” with a mission.

Noticing how successful the $1.00 a slice pizza shops were in Manhattan, Mason decided … Read More

Shoe Man

January 14, 2015 |

You know, when your feet hurt, you hurt all over. When your feet are cold, it just makes you feel cold all over.

Andre McDonnell of New York, works at a trendy Soho boutique as his vocation, his passion though, … Read More

Officer Down

January 13, 2015 |

You know you have succeeded in raising a kind, and caring kid to know they stop at the scene of an accident to help. You would see your kid do this first-hand if you happened to be the one in … Read More

“Joe” Mama

January 13, 2015 |

Our parents change our diapers, wipe our snot, and someone I know had to dig “neck-nuggets” of curdled milk out of baby-fat, neck rolls…ewww.

Our parents give and do so much for us, then, there may come a time where … Read More

Wish for Others, Granted

January 12, 2015 |

Teaching is tough. I taught public school for four years, so I really appreciate teachers. Teachers are not at liberty to even “pee”…or worse, when they need to.

This Boston teacher’s “wish for others” was that all of her students … Read More

From pooches with love!

January 10, 2015 |

Christopher and I love us some pooches. Geez, if we’re not posting something about G-d and country, it’s likely about pooches.

Dogs don’t hyphenate or discriminate, and they can be so dang funny! Thankfully my husband and I found the … Read More

Safety Net

January 9, 2015 |

We do our best here to counter the divisive narrative put out by national “homewreckers” Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. Consider us their “kryptonite”.

Most Americans probably still remember the horror of 9/11 when people chose to jump from the … Read More

Shirley Kindness

January 2, 2015 |

I am blessed to have a car. Her name is “Zippy”. She is red, and I bought her to go with my SMU sticker, not the other way around. “Zippy” has some serious “cellulite” due to a monster storm while … Read More

Get a handle on it.

December 31, 2014 |

So often, in the press…’cause they love them some strife, we hear about stories of bullying. This story instead, is a story on some love-in-action in the form of a handle.

Remember the horror that was lockers in junior-high and … Read More

Adapt, and make-OVER-come!

December 30, 2014 |

We don’t have television, but if we did, I would rot my brain on the “Discovery” channel watching alligator and feral hog shows, “Deadliest Catch”, “Dirtiest Jobs” and crime shows.

There is ONE “girly” show I like and that is … Read More

Against anarchy and disorder?

December 29, 2014 |

Police officers enforce “law and order”, ergo, their detractors or protesters are for anarchy and disorder. This is not a mental “stretch.”

Because we are for “law and order” around here and respect our officers, we share the “good cop” … Read More

Door Man

December 29, 2014 |

Most men have been berated by a chip-on-their-shoulder feminist for holding a door open for them, so many times “you’re on your own” or “yoyo” opening doors. It’s kind of a lost act of kindness.

Josh lost his father as … Read More

Absolute SMUT*!

December 26, 2014 |

*Totally kidding about the “smut”. I just had to find some way to trick some pinkocommieliberals into reading this, since it doesn’t fit the narrative.

Remember the piece I wrote on the bakery owner in Ferguson? Well, she received a … Read More

Replacing “Cruel” with “Kind”

December 26, 2014 |

It’s no shocker that kids can be cruel. What is shocking these days is seeing a high-schooler step in and do something about it.

Sometimes we get somewhat “stuck” in a situation where we want to do something nice for … Read More

Undercover Santa

December 22, 2014 |

With all of the talk in the media about “Hands up, don’t shoot”, and parody, “Pants up, don’t loot” this story is about hands conveying words of love.

Sadie Adam is a deaf six year old who usually leaves the … Read More

Hand in Glove: Moore

December 21, 2014 |

You’re not really living by faith until that is all you have. We have lost family this year, health, jobs, faith in people, and institutions, but not in G-d.

What lasts? Nothing but G-d. Have you ever seen a hearse … Read More

Protect, serve, and give.

December 20, 2014 |

I was grateful I got off with just a “warning” the last time I got “pulled over”. It was a beautiful, sunny day, and I got to listening to the radio, and going a little to fast down a hill. … Read More

From dishwasher, to dishing it out..

December 19, 2014 |

Man, oh man. I told y’all I hate traveling. I feel like a “caged animal” in a hotel or motel room…not to mention, you don’t know whose hands have been on the remote*, and WHERE those hands have been..AMIRITE?

Imagine … Read More

Alright already, with SUPERFICIALITY!!!

December 19, 2014 |

Must every situation in the media be qualified these days by the amount of melanin in each of the key participants? Seriously? What are we, 4th graders playing “Cooties”?

I would be insulted if anyone were to ever categorize me … Read More

Looking for Some Thanks…

December 18, 2014 |

It’s not what you think. THIS “looking for thanks” is a family looking to thank a kind soldier for feeding a hungry family member.

Roxie Edwards lives in a motel near a Hardee’s off of Route 460, in Petersburg, Virginia. … Read More

Getting Home Safely

December 18, 2014 |

Obviously we try to stick to AMERICAN stories here, but this story about a couple of our British “cousins” was so dang good I couldn’t control my uuurrrrges, as my little brother would say.

O.K. y’all; now I’m always telling … Read More

Kind “Aunt Minnie”: Phillips

December 17, 2014 |

The Bible talks about older women teaching the younger women. It just doesn’t happen much anymore. We are a good two generations deep into feminists who make a mockery of the G-d given roles for men and “womyn”. They’re “smarter”. … Read More

Bridging a “gap”

December 16, 2014 |

Every time I go to the grocery store I can’t help but think of the elderly on fixed incomes, who find their dollars buying less and less. Just imagine the inflation they have seen in their lifetimes.

A Walmart checker … Read More