History Heartwarming / ActsOfKindness

8th Sep '16 11:50:55 PM AwesomeBlackGuy
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* There are a few notable examples by indie animator Creator/EmilyYoucis. Yeah. That same self-described disturbed individual who produced [[ labelnote:That series]]That being ''Alfred's Playhouse''. A horrific deconstruction of ''Series/PeeweesPlayhouse'', infamous in the internet undergroud, about a sexually abused pitbull who takes his revenge on the world by becoming its ruthless dictator.[[/labelnote]] Well, In 2015, there was an autistic fan of hers who enjoyed roleplaying her character. When Emily discovered him, she thought he was so cool that she tagged him in an official post for the Alfred Alfer movie so that she could share some of her fame with him. Now ''that'' deserves an award on its own.
** In addition, Emily is known to spotlight fan artists of hers on her Facebook page to thank them. She makes a lot of friends with average artists and does her best to appreciate them. For some of her fans who were going through some hard time of their own, she would draw them personalized art. In general, Emily does not care is fan art is "canon relative" or not. She encourages fans to use her work to follow their own dreams. Just as long as no one claim ownership of her character.
** In case you never knew, she works at the Phillies Stadium selling snacks (her nickname is Pistachio Girl) as her day job. One day on the job, while toting her snack tray a fly foul ball landed near her feet. After picking it up, she saw a couple young baseball fans wnd tossed it over to them. If you can find the footage, you can see it obviously made their day.

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* There are a few notable examples by indie animator Creator/EmilyYoucis. Yeah. That same self-described disturbed individual who produced [[ labelnote:That [[labelnote:That series]]That being ''Alfred's Playhouse''.''WebAnimation/AlfredsPlayhouse''. A horrific deconstruction of ''Series/PeeweesPlayhouse'', infamous in the internet undergroud, about a sexually abused pitbull who takes his revenge on the world by becoming its ruthless dictator.[[/labelnote]] Well, In 2015, there was an autistic fan of hers who enjoyed roleplaying her character. When Emily discovered him, she thought he was so cool that she tagged him in an official post for the Alfred Alfer movie so that she could share some of her fame with him. Now ''that'' deserves an award on its own.
** In addition, Emily is known to spotlight fan artists of hers on her Facebook page to thank them. She makes a lot of friends with average artists and does her best to appreciate them. For some of her fans who were going through some hard time of their own, she would draw them personalized art. In general, Emily does not care is fan art is "canon relative" or not. She encourages fans to use her work to follow their own dreams. Just as long as no one claim ownership of her character.
character or produces anything sexually harassing.
** In case you never knew, she works at the Phillies Stadium selling snacks (her nickname is Pistachio Girl) as her day job. One day on the job, while toting her snack tray a fly foul ball landed near her feet. After picking it up, she saw a couple young baseball fans wnd and tossed it over to them. If you can find the footage, you can see it obviously made their day.
8th Sep '16 11:40:17 PM AwesomeBlackGuy
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* There are a few notable examples by indie animator Creator/EmilyYoucis. Yeah. That same self-described disturbed individual who produced [[ labelnote:That series]]That being ''Alfred's Playhouse''. A horrific deconstruction of ''Series/PeeweesPlayhouse'', infamous in the internet undergroud, about a sexually abused pitbull who takes his revenge on the world by becoming its ruthless dictator.[[/labelnote]] Well, In 2015, there was an autistic fan of hers who enjoyed roleplaying her character. When Emily discovered him, she thought he was so cool that she tagged him in an official post for the Alfred Alfer movie so that she could share some of her fame with him. Now ''that'' deserves an award on its own.
** In addition, Emily is known to spotlight fan artists of hers on her Facebook page to thank them. She makes a lot of friends with average artists and does her best to appreciate them. For some of her fans who were going through some hard time of their own, she would draw them personalized art. In general, Emily does not care is fan art is "canon relative" or not. She encourages fans to use her work to follow their own dreams. Just as long as no one claim ownership of her character.
** In case you never knew, she works at the Phillies Stadium selling snacks (her nickname is Pistachio Girl) as her day job. One day on the job, while toting her snack tray a fly foul ball landed near her feet. After picking it up, she saw a couple young baseball fans wnd tossed it over to them. If you can find the footage, you can see it obviously made their day.
7th Jul '16 11:20:17 PM Doug86
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* [[http://yfrog.com/5a1265003941309j This]] image. WonderWoman and Franchise/TheFlash in this picture aren't posing with the little boy; he got lost, and they helped him find his father. Rescued by real-life superheroes.

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* [[http://yfrog.com/5a1265003941309j This]] image. WonderWoman Franchise/WonderWoman and Franchise/TheFlash in this picture aren't posing with the little boy; he got lost, and they helped him find his father. Rescued by real-life superheroes.
30th Jun '16 12:06:55 PM LadyYuki
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* Two students surprise their math teacher with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNROMm9w02I two kittens]] after her cat passed away.

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* Two students Students surprise their math teacher with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNROMm9w02I two kittens]] after her 16-year-old cat passed away.
30th Jun '16 11:52:54 AM LadyYuki
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* Two students surprise their math teacher with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNROMm9w02I two kittens]] after her cat passed away.
10th Jun '16 10:01:45 PM DoctorCooper
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* The story behind [[http://alicexz.deviantart.com/art/Rapunzel-II-212289901 this picture]] of [[Disney/{{Tangled}} Rapunzel]]. A girl named [[http://bamiebal.deviantart.com/ Cyril]] blogged about her dreams of being a face actress at a Disney theme park, namely Rapunzel. On her blog, an [[{{GIFT}} Anon]] said [[JerkAss that she was too ugly to be a princess]]. After hearing this, [[http://alicexz.deviantart.com/ Alice]] made a picture of her as Rapunzel. With the picture came overwhelming support and Cyril's page became filled with comments about how beautiful she is.

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* The story behind [[http://alicexz.deviantart.com/art/Rapunzel-II-212289901 this picture]] of [[Disney/{{Tangled}} Rapunzel]]. A girl named [[http://bamiebal.deviantart.com/ Cyril]] blogged about her dreams of being a face actress at a Disney theme park, namely Rapunzel. On her blog, an [[{{GIFT}} Anon]] said [[JerkAss that she was too ugly to be a princess]].princess. After hearing this, [[http://alicexz.deviantart.com/ Alice]] made a picture of her as Rapunzel. With the picture came overwhelming support and Cyril's page became filled with comments about how beautiful she is.
23rd Apr '16 6:40:25 AM CaptEquinox
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* Metropolitan Opera general manager Rudolf Bing was politely informed that ballerina Janet Collins would not be welcome at a cast party held for the touring company in a certain exclusive club in Washington, D.C. Bing sent word that he would not be attending either, and threw his own party. When the company toured in the South, Bing got similar flak about Leontyne Price, and took her to fancy restaurants just to piss people off. Bing had escaped Nazi Germany and despised the idea of racial superiority.
12th Apr '16 1:37:36 PM Jeramiahsental
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** Likewise, [[http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2008925222_spiderman26.html this story]] of a fireman who dressed up as {{Spider-Man}} to coax an autistic boy from a window ledge.

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** Likewise, [[http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2008925222_spiderman26.html [[http://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/spider-man-comes-to-8-year-olds-rescue-in-thailand/ this story]] of a fireman who dressed up as {{Spider-Man}} to coax an autistic boy from a window ledge.
7th Apr '16 1:31:24 PM Usagi1992
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* When Hurricane Gustav threatened Texas in 2008, the [[UsefulNotes/BarackObama Obama campaign]] essentially said, "Hey, we'll get our donors to donate to the Red Cross. You might want to ramp up your servers, our guys can be a little intense." "Sure," thought the Red Cross, "we've been through Katrina, 9/11, we can handle it." The surge of Obama dollars ''crashed the Red Cross website in under ten minutes.''

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* When Hurricane Gustav threatened Texas in 2008, the [[UsefulNotes/BarackObama Obama campaign]] essentially said, "Hey, we'll get our donors to donate to the Red Cross. You might want to ramp up your servers, our guys can be a little intense." "Sure," thought the Red Cross, "we've been through Katrina, 9/11, September 11th, we can handle it." The surge of Obama dollars ''crashed the Red Cross website in under ten minutes.''
2nd Apr '16 10:51:13 PM DesignatedNPC
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** To clarify, a 20-year-old white former student named Michael Hill went onto the grounds of Ronald E. [=McNair=] Discovery Learning Academy armed with an assault rifle and 500 rounds of ammunition. After exchanging shots with police, Hill took Antoinette Tuff hostage... Then she started talking to him, asking him his name, telling him about her failed marriage, telling him she loved him, and empathizing with him to the point where ''she convinced him to set his weapons down and turn himself in peacefully.''

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** To clarify, a 20-year-old white former student named Michael Hill went onto the grounds of Ronald E. [=McNair=] Discovery Learning Academy armed with an assault rifle and 500 rounds of ammunition. After exchanging shots with police, Hill took Antoinette Tuff hostage... Then she started talking to him, asking him his name, telling him about her failed marriage, telling him she loved him, and empathizing with him to the point where ''she convinced him to set his weapons down and turn himself in peacefully.''
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