Random Acts Of Pasta The story of a man feeding the homeless with his “all you can eat” pass he purchased from Olive Garden. “I was sitting at work one day reading usatoday.com and I came across an article about Olive Garden selling a Never Ending Pasta Pass for $100 which entitled the bearer to… Continue Reading
Marine Survives Taliban Headshot A Taliban sniper managed to get a non-fatal headshot at the 45 second spot in this video. It hit the Marine’s helmet which most definitely saved his life. The difference between survival and death here was technology and a matter of a few inches.
We posted an article a few days here on Radass about the great things this guy Alex from becauseisaidiwould does. This dude is so awesome well felt his follow up story “There is more to it” and great cause deserved recognition. Alex runs the website www.becauseisaidiwould.com. Because I said I would is a social movement and… Continue Reading
The world needs more Alex’s. After finding his post on Imgur I thought wow, faith in man kind restored. Then I looked a bit deeper and found this is just a small part of what this awesome dude does for mankind. Enjoy his story! This is the sign I held. Saturday, June 22nd, 2014: I… Continue Reading
Military Dogs, K9 Heroes U.S. Marine Cpl. Sean Grady and Ace are a team. Ace is one of many military dogs trained to detect improvised explosive devices. They provide security during a patrol in the Khan Neshin district in Afghanistan. Grady and Ace have located 16 roadside bombs. That is the most of any team… Continue Reading
Memorial Day Thanks From Radass by Robert Piche May 26, 2014 So often today in our busy, hectic, lives we tend to forget the reason for many occasions such as Independence Day, and sadly even the holiday we celebrate today, Memorial Day. The true purpose of this day is to honor the memories of the… Continue Reading
Walter Bunker, a 90 year old WWll Vet earns his B.A. Degree 70 years after he started. Walter graduated in the same ceremony as Ryan Hoefer, a 30 year old Iraqi War Veteran. During the 1940’s Walter Bunker, was attending the Cincinnati College of Music, yet faced a very uncertain future with WWll looming closer every day. He… Continue Reading