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Paul Smith Has Cerebral Palsy And He Paints Masterpieces Using Only A Typewriter


A tribute to the typewriter artist It’s been more than six years since the world lost Paul Smith at the age of 85, but not before several generations had an opportunity to admire his distinct and intricate gallery of art. His legacy continues. Known worldwide as the “Typewriter Artist,” Paul Smith’s story spans eight decades, seven in which he created …

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Mike Rossi, a Philadelphia Father’s Response To School About Kids’ Absence Is The Best Reply Ever

Letter from Principal to Mike Rossi

This month, Mike Rossi, a Philadelphia father, pulled his two kids out of school for a couple days so they could watch him run the Boston Marathon. The school had different thoughts though. They called it an “inexcusable absence,” apparently thinking that they get to have the final say in family vacations. Above is picture of the letter they received. …

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