So Shines A Good Deed of the Day

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So Shines A Good Deed of the Day: After the blood-soaked shirt from their video for "You Only Live Once" sold for an unexpected amount of money, members of the extreme metal band Suicide Silence took their windfall and spent it on toys for needy kids.

<3 Suicide Silence.

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So Shines A Good Deed of the Day

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So Shines A Good Deed of the Day: Redditor themarkofmarks says his buddy and a couple of his buddy's friends won 24,000 tickets after "a really good night" at a Dave & Buster's in Hawaii.

They then gifted those tickets to a random kid.

Best. Christmas. Forever.

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So Shines A Good Deed of the Day

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So Shines A Good Deed of the Day: A Club-Level server at Qualcomm Stadium, who accidentally tripped on a stair during the September 1st match-up between the Chargers and the 49ers, lost her grip on the $1,000 stack she had been holding, sending it fluttering into the Field section below.

Money's gone, right? Wrong.

"All my customers began screaming over

Selfless Act of the Day

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Selfless Act of the Day: A daring rescue of a motorcyclist trapped under a burning vehicle in Logan, Utah, was caught on tape by a Utah State University employee who happened to be filming a lecture nearby.

The video shows Brandon Wright being pulled from the flaming wreckage by a number of Good Samaritans who rushed to lift the 4,000-pound car off

So Shines A Good Deed of the Day

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So Shines A Good Deed of the Day: Brazilian art director Lucas Jatoba moved to Sydney at age 29 and has loved every minute of his time spent Down Under.

When he turned 30, Jatoba decided to celebrate by returning the favor, so he went around town giving 30 gifts to 30 strangers and filming their reactions.

[booooooom.]

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So Shines A Good Deed of the Day: A group of Good Samaritans rush to help rescue two babies trapped inside a "dangerously hot car" with the keys locked inside.

(sNSFW, rescue language.)

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