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Former Qdoba employee helps feed disabled customer

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LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 14 (UPI) -- A random act of kindness was caught on camera, the footage showed former Qdoba employee Ridge Quarles helping a disabled customer eat her food.

Quarles was the shift manager at the Louisville, Ky., location of the Mexican restaurant, at the time the incident was recorded.

The disabled customer was a regular at the eatery and the employees even knew her order down to the specifics: A taco salad with hot sauce and cheese for lunch and a burrito with hot sauce and cheese for dinner.

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2015/05/14/Former-Qdoba-employee-helps-feed-disabled-customer/8581431611270/?spt=sec&or=tn

there are some good people in this stinking world. not everyone is an arsehole

 
 
 

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"He didn't stop to think about, 'Well, should I help her, should I not?' He just went over, put the gloves on and started feeding her," Jones said. "It seems to me that if everybody in the world would just use the little simple gift that they have to maybe benefit somebody else, think what the world would be like."

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"He didn't stop to think about, 'Well, should I help her, should I not?' He just went over, put the gloves on and started feeding her," Jones said. "It seems to me that if everybody in the world would just use the little simple gift that they have to maybe benefit somebody else, think what the world would be like."

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Obummer would probably have him arrested, and his job taken away for feeding without a license.
These days with them, whats right is wrong, and whats wrong is right!

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Also from the article:  "Even before the video went viral, Quarles left his job at Qdoba and graduated from Sullivan University. He posted about the incident on his Facebook page on Monday, saying, "Today I had the honor to accept public acknowledgment for helping someone else in need. I'm very glad to have had the opportunity to impact lives around me. Go out and help someone today and pay it forward. Happy day everyone"

 

very nice person and article as well  :)

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