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Proof cynics are wrong

Posted: 07/20/2014 2:00 PM | Comments: 0

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SOMEONE turned in my wallet after I left it behind at a Walmart cash register.

Customer service did not know who turned it in, as he or she did not leave a name. In other words, this person had no thought of reward or acclamation.

Thank you so much, kind person. You are my hero and have saved me a great deal of trouble trying to replace everything.

For all you cynics out there, here’s proof there are some wonderful folks in our city who, when tested, will follow their conscience and just do what is right. For all of you who have done something similar, I hope you know it’s folks like you who make this world a better place.

— Marilyn Huska

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