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Law firm promotes random acts of kindness

on December 19, 2013

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Apparently they are trying to take the edge off the maxim, "No good deed goes unpunished."

By B. McLeod on 2013 12 19, 1:25 pm CST

Giving somebody a kidney is one heck of a good deed. Ms. Trapp no doubt merits several of those reward cards.

By Yankee on 2013 12 19, 3:39 pm CST

Not always. Jack the Ripper did it once, but it wasn't his kidney.

By B. McLeod on 2013 12 20, 12:20 am CST

Can you please tell me what you mean by that?

By Priscilla Hartsoe on 2013 12 20, 3:42 pm CST

Awesome things happening!!!!!

By Kimberly on 2013 12 20, 3:48 pm CST

I love the idea and I may plan ideas as good as this one at my law office. I have to think about it to update and improve it somewhat to further motivate the people to participate and have fun. Check my Facebook to see the idea in the next couple of weeks.
Kamran Behnam
Attorney at law
Encino, California 91436
Email: kamranbehnam@sbcglobal.net

By Kamran on 2013 12 21, 2:23 am CST

Priscilla, if that question is addressed to me, I was referencing a kidney received in the mail by the head of the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee. It came with a note and was thought by some to be the left kidney cut from the body of Ripper victim Catherine Eddowes. It was NOT a good deed, nor was the mailing likely addressed by any doer of good deeds.

By B. McLeod on 2013 12 21, 7:06 pm CST

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