We loved TV as kids, right?
Today they talk about ‘too much TV being no good’ for our kids.
Give me a break with that B.S.
I learned a lot from watching my favorite shows.
One of my favorites was ‘The Honeymooners’ with Jackie Gleason, Audrey Meadows, Joyce Randolph and Art Carney. (Wow, I remembered all those names from the opening of the show).
Gleason played Ralph Kramden, a bus driver from Brooklyn.
By far Ralph was the most famous bus driver in all of Brooklyn at the time. But that has changed.
Let me introduce you to a hero; Reuben Cornick.
Thanks to Maureen Rice, a frequent contributor to the blog for this story – click here for the link from the Daily News on the bus driver returning a whole lot of money he found on his bus.
Here’s Maureen in her own words:
In defense of city workers we only hear about them when a small minority screws up, or as in recent news a police officer loses his life or a firefighter is horribly burned. The truth is, the overwhelming majority of the people who serve our city are decent, hard working, regular people like you and me albeit with better pensions. People who get up and go to work each day serving a city that I love it is a little sad that someone gets press for doing the right thing, but, that being said, I am glad I wrote in to Voice of the People and I am happy to see Reuben Cornick getting some recognition!