Done anything nice for somebody lately? 

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Done anything nice for somebody lately?

Scott Renshaw: Yes, but I´ll keep quiet. Bragging about it kills the karma.

Jeremiah Smith: Absolutely not; why would anyone do such a thing?

Lia Pretorius: I fed my kids. Does that count?

Christopher Westergard: I am a shining example of selfless acts of kindness, so I have a plethora of examples. I usually do not talk about how kind I am.

Brandon Burt: I wear pants to the office nearly every single day, even though boxers are much more comfy. But I think my co-workers appreciate it. What can I say? It’s a labor of love.

Jesse Fruhwirth: I gave a hitchhiker a midnight ride home last week. Her friend/ ride had been busted for DUI and the cops just gave her directions to the bus stop, at midnight, in Midvale.

Marty Foy: The other day, I told Paula Saltas she’d better not jaywalk because the UTA fuzz was on patrol looking to bust TRAX riders crossing the rails.

Larry Carter: Lets see: I barbecue for all the City Weekly drivers for their end of summer bash, and I cleaned my closet out and donated to Catholic Services.

Josh Loftin: I gave my bike to a complete stranger. Well, “gave” may be too strong. I was nice enough to buy a cheap bike lock, which apparently made it very easy for somebody to steal.

Jackie Briggs: I’m the luckiest girl in the world, because I have the bestest friends who do nice things for me all of the time, and I’m endlessly grateful.

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