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People Describe The One Stranger They'll Never Forget
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Life is really tough right now.

It's never been easy, but the world is such a disaster, it's really hard to have faith in humanity.

We need to help one another.

And often times the greatest help comes from a complete stranger.

We all leave an imprint on one another, good or bad.

Some leave a more permanent one than others.

Redditor nyxflare wanted to talk about the people from our lives that left a lasting impression. They asked:

"Who is one stranger you still remember?"
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People Share Which Non-Presidents They Would Add To Mount Rushmore
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Mount Rushmore, located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, features the carved heads of four of our most famous presidents. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln, respectively. Completion of the project finished in 1941 and since then the term, "Mt. Rushmore," can be used in any event to describe the four best people you know. "Who's on your Mt. Rushmore of NBA players?" and the like.

While the construction and occupation of the mountain lives in controversy as the Black Hills are owned by the Lakota people, technically, to this day, a fun game to play would be what honorable non-Presidential American deserves to go on there.

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People Share The Signs That Someone Is A Genuinely Good Person
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Not everything that glitters is gold.

Sometimes it's glitter; fun and sparkly but will also make your eyes rot inside your head (I know from experience) - which kind of makes it a perfect analogy for the kind of people who seem like good people, but have ulterior motives.

Being able to tell genuinely good people from the "nice guys" can be hard without practice, which is often painful. So let's just learn from other peoples mistakes, shall we?

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If there is extra life out there, they may have passed over us already. They've had centuries to make an appearance and not a peep. Well, allegedly.

However, if they were to visit or ask us to come on up, who would we send?

We'd need representatives that aren't embarrassing, foolish, rude, or crazy. And of course, someone who could let loose and have a laugh.

Redditor jakehood47 wanted to discuss the "best" choices we have for humanity's spokesperson, they asked:

Aliens land on earth, and we have to send one person, from any point in history, to meet with the aliens to leave a good impression of Earth and prevent total annihilation. Who would you send?
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People Describe Which Small Achievement They Would Actually Like A Pat On The Back For
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On the internet, people tend to say things they likely would not in the real world. The anonymity of a forum or comment section--composed only of verbal contributions beneath made up names--compels us to socialize with less inhibition; we take more risks with the peers we can't see in the flesh.

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