Sunday , 18 November 2018


Reasons We Respond

Every day, first responders display true strength and courage by putting their lives on the line to protect and save others. Nobody makes them do it; they choose to do it. In anticipation of the upcoming film Only The Brave, in theaters Friday, based on the inspiring true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, we asked first responders in our …

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UPS Drivers Post Pictures of Dogs on Facebook page

Remember how earlier in the summer there was a UPS driver who posted a selfie with some cute dogs and just made the internet collectively go “Awwww…” Yeah. Well, I’m about to make the internet go “Awww… hell yeah!” Apparently there’s an entire Facebook account called UPS DOGS, where drivers upload pictures of the good boys and girls that they …

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Words of Wisdom

As a man who has his daily bouts with anxiety, I can tell you in all honesty that your mental state ebbs and flows like the ocean. But the good news is that’s normal, and even better, the bad times never last and the periods of struggle make all the good times so much sweeter. Keep the Faith, everybody! You’ll …

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Airline rescues hundreds of animals from Texas shelters

Animal shelters across Texas are pushing past their capacities after taking in thousands of pets displaced by Hurricane Harvey. To help with the overflow Southwest Airlines loaded one of their planes full of dogs and cats escaping the storm. By taking the pets out of Texas and into less full shelters they will create space back in Texas to rescue …

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Man helps find missing child from 5,000 miles away

A British supermarket worker cracked a US child abduction case when he helped find a missing four-year-old-girl from his bedroom 5,000 miles away. Gary and Kim Forester were granted guardianship of their grandchild, Yvette Henley, after court proceedings found that Yvette was in danger and was suffering from “emotional damage” as a result of her parents during a hearing in …

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