Including those who go unnoticed and unappreciated. Sure...
entertainers are an important part of our social fabric. Just look at
Then there are others:
Class and dignity just don't get much attention these days.
They may not get much media attention, but class and dignity are out there,
much of it among the younger generations. I walk somewhat unsteadily with a
cane and use the ride on carts in the stores that have them. It's truly
wonderful how many young people (men and women) will hold a door for me or
ask if they can help get an item from the top shelf in a store. I don't
really need the help, but it sure is pleasant to get asked. Whether or not I
accept the help, I make sure I look them in the eye and thank them for
asking or opening the door.
Good point. After the idiocy on the music awards the other night, someone
posted a similar tribute to the baseball player who stopped a flag burning
incident during a game. Don't remember his name right now, but Tommy
Lasorda was third base coach and was also running to the incident as well.
There is never a situation where having more rounds is a disadvantage
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