“No good deed goes unpunished” especially if the government gets wind of it, and decided that your good deed needs to be taxed and regulated because, well, government. This makes
August 20, 2016 Note to readers: This is the latest entry in Baby DonDon’s campaign diary. The series imagines that “Mr.” Donald Trump has the emotional make-up of a five-year-old and confides his deepest thoughts—such as they are—to Andrew Feinberg, and to readers, every day. In his private moments, he always thinks of himself as [...]Show More Summary
Finally… Some GOOD news about Kenya Moore of the Real Housewives of Atlanta! Moore is reportedly ensuring that a Howard University student has her tuition for next semester by starting a GoFundMe campaign and matching it dollar for dollar. Show More Summary
This is how you know when a good deed is truly from the heart and not just for show because cameras are around to see. On Wednesday, Baltimore residents Candace and Danmon Gregory were taking a stroll through Baltimore’s Inner Harbor when they witnessed a random act of kindness from Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. […]
Jean Segura just wanted Orlando Arcia to have the ball from his first hit.
Former presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson continues to stump for Trump. He continues to be uniquely bad at it, but his latest attempt—an explanation to the Mourning Joe crowd of why you don't hear stories of Donald Trump helping people,...Show More Summary
Brain implants that allow people to read each other's minds. Pills that let you change genders temporarily. Reputation Statements that list any good deeds you do. These are a few of the things from the future I discussed with Chris Weller of Tech Insider. Show More Summary
Incapable of not giving back to his city, Chance the Rapper has announced his latest good deed: an entire music festival of his own. The inaugural Magnificent Coloring Day will go down on Chicago's South Side at U.S. Cellular Field (where the White Sox play) on September 24. In addition ... More »
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Above and beyond: Two Chicago Police Officers helped a woman in need Tuesday after a call came in that she was wandering around her neighborhood for hours.Officer Haro and Officer McDonald found the woman, who was lost and disoriented, near the intersection of 95th and Halsted. Show More Summary
No good deed in American business these days goes unadvertised, and that goes double for the deeds of Jamie Dimon, the high-profile chief of the nation’s largest bank. If you haven’t heard that JPMorgan Chase is raising wages for its...Show More Summary
If you find yourself walking a few kilometers to hatch eggs in Pokémon Go, you may as well do a good deed while you're at it. Munice Animal Shelter in Munice, Indiana, is hopping on the game's crazy following by encouraging players to...Show More Summary
The twins say their boss ordered them not to rescue the bird, but they felt compelled to do so and were fired for disobeying orders.
The Department of Awesomely Good Deeds would like to present Gracie the four-month-old Labrador puppy with a World’s Best Dog Trophy for working so hard to fetch a newspaper bigger than she is: [via Uproxx]
Jose Mourinho hands an apparently homeless man £20 in Manchester city centre Jose Mourinho gives homeless man £20 Love him or hate him but Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho did a good deed yesterday when he apparently handed a homeless man a £20 note, in Manchester city centre. The Portuguese manager, who has often been known […]
When Ultraman isn’t defending the Earth from aliens and monsters, he’s still doing awesomely good deeds, just on a much more localized level. Japanese Twitter user @shlml captured these heartwarming photos of the iconic superhero serving...Show More Summary
No good deed goes unpunished.
Nothing escapes the scrutiny of the Internet. On July 1, Amazon India manager Shrikant Singh wrote a Facebook post about his inspiring conversation with an Uber driver during a late night trip in Bengaluru. The driver Anand turned out to be an entrepreneur, who owned a fleet of 50 cars registered with Uber. Show More Summary
A lunatic in Detroit proves that no good deed goes unpunished.