Last week- I was in line to buy something, the guy infront of me had a rung up total of $10.04 and was looking for 4 cents to pay the bill. Looks like he didnt have it and I said out of the blue- "Heres 4 cents" out of my pocket. I didnt really think much about it, just that its a pain to carry change around and HE was doing me the favor. Today- I bought like $40 of self sticking stamps and was slapping them on my 20 or so envelopes in the post office before stuffing them in the slot. There was a long line and this elderly Gentleman was patiently waiting to just buy one stamp. Once I heard him say that to the Clerk, I walked over and gave him one of mine and he was like floored. I said- Why wait in line for one stamp? Here is one and handled it over. He was shocked. For me, time is money and the guy was wasting his time waiting in line. The other people in the Post Office were looking at me like...hmmm... shocked. Both incidents were really no big deal, I think people should just help out when they can. I didnt really think much about it until now. Why am I even telling these two short stories? Because most of the GTers in here would have done the exact same thing! Thanks.