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At the University of Nebraska's game, a 7 year old boy with brain cancer was brought onto the field

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Tom, Apr 7, 2013.

  1. Tom

    Staff Emeritus Premium Member

    I want everyone to see this, so I'm not posting it into the videos thread or somewhere else - this is plain awesome and hits right in the feels.

    He got to feel like a hero - and he'll probably never be able to play football at that level himself, sadly.
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  2. Things like this make me cling to the shred of hope i have left in Humanity. I work retail, that hope is trampled on a daily basis seeing the stupidity and selfishness of some people. What's the name of the video on YouTube? I'd like to share this as well.
  3. One word - Beautiful.
  4. Tom

    Staff Emeritus Premium Member

    Click on the title, that'll bring you straight to YouTube. :)
  5. My heart goes out to this young Hero and his Family and well done to the Teams for making one of his dreams come true :thumbsup:

    Kids being seriously or terminally ill is wrong on so many levels, they should be out playing not having operations or Chemotherapy. I find it very difficult to watch programs about these kids without sobbing like a little girl, the one thing that always amazes me is just how incredibly brave these kids are :notworthy:
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  6. I was on my phone this morning clicking on the video would open it in the player then come right back to RD. No worries though, found and shared thanks for posting it :D