A few years ago, I loved watching CBS Sunday Morning for the beautiful 45-second nature scenes they show right at the end. I finally got smart a few months ago and started DVRing it. Then I can fast forward through everything else I love and get to the parts I want. But gradually something different happened. I found that there were often very compelling stories about humans acting wonderfully toward other humans and often toward at-risk animals. So the April 29 version I watched this afternoon, for example, was so good that I watched almost all of it and fast-forwarded through a few short items. Here are three things I saw in the April 22 and April 29 episodes that I watched this weekend. 1. In the
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