Hat/Tip to mrctv.org. Dove soap has a new line of commercials set to be released. This one, which will be aired during the Super Bowl, is a great tribute to Dads. TV ads have become almost as big of an attraction during the Super Bowl as the football game itself. This year, Dove has already released their Super Bowl ad, and boy is it a tear-jerker… According to Today.com Dove, a TODAY sponsor, has joined the pre-Super Bowl ad rush with its new campaign centered around how men showing that they care for their children makes them stronger. The ad has […]
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5-Year-Old With A Fatal Form Of Muscular Dystrophy Gets Wish, “Hired” By Indianapolis Fire Department
Hat/Tip to WeaselZippers. They just made this little boy’s day. Too bad stories like this one won’t be covered by the MSM. Click photo for video. Warning: Have a tissue handy. Via RTV 6 A 5-year-old Indianapolis boy with a fatal form of muscular dystrophy learned Thursday that he would get his Christmas wish. Jordan McLinn spent Wednesday “interviewing” at Indianapolis Fire Department Station 13 for a position as a firefighter – his dream job. Jordan submitted a resume stating that he was an ideal candidate because, “I am strong. I love God. I love helping people. I am super smart.” […]
Hat/Tip to USAToday. Better look out at that next Senior Center Moonlight Dance. You cut in on the wrong person and you might find yourself having to deal with a powerlifter… Most grandmothers, especially those reaching 80 years of age, can be counted on for cozy hugs, surprise gifts, and gray hair. So you may be surprised when you meet Willie Murphy, a 77-year-old grandmother who can do one-handed push-ups and deadlift 215 pounds. The 105-pound senior started with 5-pound weights a few years ago, after seeing a sign about a weight-lifting competition at her local YMCA. She asked a […]
Hat/Tip to John Quiñones, Host of ABC’s What Would You Do? John Quiñones hosts a very interesting show on ABC. It is called “What Would You Do?” and it uses actors and hidden cameras to record unsuspecting Americans’ reactions to provocative situations. One such episode concerns what patrons at a grocery store might do if a person using Food Stamps didn’t have enough to finish the purchase. Watch and see what I call the “True American Spirit” of helping others, even if they’re strangers. . . . . .