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Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Andrew Sullivan acknowledges that YouTube sometimes maginifies and extends people’s pratfalls… but it can also highlight acts of kindness. He cites this example.

UPDATE: I loved Patti Digh’s comments (see trackbacks) especially this bit: “It wasn’t that he was standing right next to this young girl–he had to journey from his comfortable place in the stands to get there. It wasn’t that he’s a great singer. It’s that he’s a great coach, a caring soul someone who lifts people up when they need it.” And look at what he does at the end: he steps back out of the way. Great job.

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