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A young selfless kid on WWYD show. He reminded me that there are still decent warmhearted people in this world. He inspires me to be a better person.

I know this is kinda random but I couldn't resist posting this.  What are your thoughts?

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I trust no one, not even myself.

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FattyDingDong said:

A young selfless kid on WWYD show. He reminded me that there are still decent warmhearted people in this world. He inspires me to be a better person.

I know this is kinda random but I couldn't resist posting this.  What are your thoughts?

Video below




I trust no one, not even myself.

Awesome kid.

Hope he becomes a politician. Need some that are actual for people.



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In Ontario, Canada, the Dwarf Tossing Ban Act, 2003 was introduced by Windsor West MPP Sandra Pupatello.[3] This private member's public bill did not proceed beyond its introduction to second or third readings, nor did it receive royal assent, and therefore died at the close of the 37th Legislature.[3] The bill proposed a fine of not more than $5,000, imprisonment of not more than six months, or both. The bill was hastily tabled in response to a dwarf tossing contest[4] that was held at Leopard's Lounge in Windsor, Ontario with a dwarf nicknamed "Tripod".

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Robert and Angela Van Etten, Florida members of the Little People of America, convinced the state's legislators in 1989 that dwarf tossing be made illegal. A measure banning dwarf tossing was passed with a wide margin.[10] New York later followed suit.[11][12]

A lawsuit filed in a U.S. District Court by Dave Flood, who appears on the MJ Morning Show as "Dave the Dwarf," names Governor Jeb Bush and the head of the state agency that enforces the 1989 law allowing the state to fine or revoke the liquor license of a bar that allows dwarf tossing. The sport was popular in some Florida bars in the late 1980s.[13]

In October 2011, Ritch Workman introduced legislation that would overturn the ban on dwarf tossing, claiming such a ban to be an "unnecessary burden on the freedom and liberties of people" and "an example of Big Brother government". Although not a personal advocate of the activity, Workman stated "if a little person wants to make a fool out of themselves for money, they should have the same right to do so as any average sized person"

 



I don't see how this is anything amazing. Or maybe it is in the US? The country must be in the shitter if a simple thing like this is called amazing.

What's next? Amazingly generous man shares his bread crumbs with pigeons?



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I nearly puked. Politically correct propaganda.



I've done MUCH more for total strangers. I watch that show and I admire the kid, though.



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