Mosque pay fines of man who sprayed graffiti on its doors with swastika to keep him out of jail

A group of Muslims in Fort Smith, Arkansas, decided they’d “do what Jesus would do,” and paid the fine for the local redneck who vandalized their mosque – thus keeping him out of jail. In October of 2016, the Masjid Al Salam mosque was vandalized by Abraham Davis who sprayed a swastika and the words “go home” on the front […]

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Newlyweds discover they were childhood sweethearts two decades later

A newlywed couple have recently discovered that they used to be childhood sweethearts, much to their surprise. Heidi Savitt (née Parker) and Ed Savitt tied the knot this summer in Derbyshire. The couple, who now live in London, met at Newcastle University in 2011. After meeting Ed, Heidi’s mom Kay came across a photo of her daughter with a boy […]

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Church group leaves $3,500 tip for Waffle House servers on Christmas Eve

Church group leaves $3,500 tip for Waffle House servers on Christmas Eve It turns out that small acts of kindness really do add up. It started when Reverend Mick Whistler of Grand Lake United Methodist Church in Celina, Ohio asked his parishioners to set aside just one dollar a week in the weeks leading up to Christmas and bring the […]

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Custodian Learns Teen Is Starving And Homeless So She Shows Him Her ‘Other’ Janitor’s Closet

Custodian Learns Teen Is Starving And Homeless So She Shows Him Her ‘Other’ Janitor’s Closet This kind janitor does not just keep her school clean – she also helps to keep the students safe. Carolyn Collins is the custodian at Tucker High School in Tucker, Georgia. On any given day, you can find Carolyn picking up after the students, mopping […]

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NEW YEAR’S SUPERSTITIONS

NEW YEAR’S SUPERSTITIONS Ring in the new year with a compendium of superstitions associated with New Year’s Day. A variety of superstitions are associated with New Year’s Day. Besides getting sloppy drunk and kissing everybody in the room at the stroke of midnight, celebrants throughout the ages have observed numerous lesser-known New Year’s customs and superstitions. Many of the superstitions […]

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7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Christmas

7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Christmas 1. The first recorded Christmas celebration wasn’t until 336 A.D. 2. It’s unclear why we celebrate Christmas on December 25. 3. Some Orthodox churches celebrate Christmas in January. 4. The Puritans despised Christmas. 5. The Christmas tree tradition emerged in the 16th century. 6. St. Francis invented the nativity scene centuries after […]

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Ladies, Your Purse Contains More Bacteria Than The Average Toilet!

Ladies, we don’t mean to alarm you, but it is likely your purse contains more bacteria than the average toilet, according to tests conducted by the British company Initial Washroom Hygiene Solutions. “Handbags come into regular contact with our hands and a variety of surfaces, so the risk of transferring different germs onto them is very high, especially as bags […]

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Why Do We Have Nightmares?

There’s an interesting new study on nightmares – one New Science calls “one of the largest ever studies of nightmares in the general population.” To better understand why some people who’ve suffered trauma have bad dreams and some don’t, Oxford researchers gathered information on 846 people – including alcohol intake, amount of sleep, life struggles, and tendency to worry – then asked […]

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9-Year-old Gives Up $300 Xbox to Buy Blankets For Homeless So Microsoft Sends Him One for Free

A 9-year-old boy from Beachwood, Ohio, has learned that those who give selflessly often receive unexpectedly. Mikah Frye knows what poverty feels like. About three years ago, his family fell on hard times when they lost their home and were forced to live in a shelter. Every day, Mikah would get a blanket, and every day, the shelter would have […]

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