Because it's important to have your faith in humanity restored from time to time, this is an interview with disabled Iraq War vet Justin Anderson and the off-road wheelchair he modified into a snowplow to clear the sidewalks and driveways around his Omaha neighborhood. Justin had to have his leg amputated and recently survived a battle with brain cancer and sees his slowplowing as a way to give back to the community that supported him during his times of hardship. Beautiful story, right? Wait -- what is this feeling in my heart? This is new to me. It feels...warm. Is this what a heart attack feels like? I'm coming, Lord!
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Thanks to Dave DB, who plows snow the old fashioned way: dressing up like a grandma and asking a young neighbor to do it so "I can go visit my grandkids."