The simple acts of kindness of the people posted below just changed the world!
Jonas Salk Is The Real MVP
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Jonas Salk chose not to patent his 1955 polio vaccine, making it more affordable for the millions of people who needed it.
Because of this decision, he missed out on over seven billion U.S. dollars. If only more scientists and makers of pharmaceuticals were like Jonas Salk.
Frogs Are People Too
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Wildlife biologist Rich Mason invented this device to save little animals that were getting stuck and dying in his in-ground pool.
Everybody who has a pool should get one of these. Think of the frogs, people! Think of the frogs! Also the chipmunks. They deserve some love too.
This Wendy’s Employee Is A Really Good Guy
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This Wendy’s employee used an outdoor table umbrella to walk an elderly customer to his car
Apparently, all Wendy’s employees are trained to walk customers to their cars if they need help. What a beautiful company policy. It almost makes me feel better about eating all of those double cheeseburgers.
Gal Gadot Is Wonder Woman In Real Life Too
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Gal Gadot stopped by the Inova Children’s Hospital in Annandale, Virginia in her Wonder Woman outfit.
Gal knows that children love seeing their favorite superheroes in the flesh. We love that she took time out of her busy schedule to brighten these kids’ day.
The Best Kind Of Neighbor
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After bad storms, this retired old man goes around his neighborhood and cleans the debris out of yards and catch basins. When somebody asked him why, he said, “because I am retired and have the time to help.”
Everybody should be like this guy. Watch him. Learn from him.
Use What You Have
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Four hours into a flight from Spain to NYC, a child suffered an asthma attack and his medicine was in a checked bag. Fortunately, a surgeon was on board and he MacGuyvered a nebulizer.
This is Dr. Khurshid Guru and he’s the Director of Robotic Surgery at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Good Guy Dad-In-Law
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This guy shared a Facebook post from his girlfriend’s father. He saw that he commented on a “Things That Kids Today Don’t Understand” post, and feared the worst.
Turns out that his girlfriend’s dad is an awesome guy who defends millennials on the internet. Thanks for the vote of confidence, good sir.
Mexico Helps A Friend In Need
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Never forget that Mexico sent troops and aid to help the U.S. after Hurricane Katrina.
There are Mexican firefighters in British Columbia right now saving lives and property. They always send help when we need it. Mexicans are awesome friends to have. Also, they have great beaches over there.
This Cop Goes Above And Beyond
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This is Officer Tommy Norman of North Little Rock, AR. He comes to the same neighborhood after every shift with snacks and soda. He hangs out with the kids who live there for at least an hour.
Sometimes he brings a football and plays games. Once, in the summer, he brought them a slip ‘n slide and water guns.