As Florida residents swarmed stores in anticipation of Hurricane Irma, one woman was on a mission to find an electric generator. Pam Brekke's father is on oxygen, and she needed to prepare for a power loss. But when she got to an Orlando Lowe's store, a customer in line ahead of her had gotten the last generator. Brekke burst into tears.
Most people are like this man! 45 preaching whatever Bannon whispered in his ear about people. We the people make America great. Always have— Mary Weglarz (@MaryWeglarz) September 8, 2017
Florida experienced lots of Hurricanes, It never fails Floridians rise to the challenge. He is blessed, he saved a life before Irma hit us— gatita bonita (@gatita_bonita_s) September 8, 2017
I been saying this for a long time, there needs to be a good news channel. No negative coverage. Just good deeds, and rightly things.— F that biotch Irma!! (@ActiveAgent) September 8, 2017
I can't cope with news & I would appreciate it if there was a happy/good news minute/page at the start or end of every news/paper.— Doesnt_matter Judith (@Doesnt_matter84) September 8, 2017
Overwhelmingly people are good and kind. We have to stop letting politicians and media divide us.— MaryMLB (@MeemoMary) September 8, 2017