This is a TV report of a story I read about the other day. The short version is that a fellow recently out of prison was on the way to a job interview on a bus, when he said a terrible car accident. He asked the bus driver to wait for him, but the driver couldn't -- and the guy ran off anyway to help. He missed his job interview, needless to say, but when the story got out, other offers came in, and a local woman started a GoFundMe project for him, not just for his action but also to him him as he raises a daughter..
After one day, they had raised about $15,000 of the $25,000 goal. That goal has been increased to $35,000, and in just a couple days is now up to $26,000. (I gave a small amount -- I thought his action was awfully generous and worth positive reinforcement.) In case anyone else is interested in donating, I figure that I'd pass along the link here. Here's the story --
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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