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1. Tu amigo dice: “Un centavo en la calle, talvez lo levantaré para tener buena suerte”

Tu amigo dice: "Un centavo en la calle, talvez lo levantaré para tener buena suerte"

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Mientras empujas a los peatones para abrirte camino, gritas: “¡ES MÍO, LO VI PRIMERO, QUÍTATE DE ALLÍ!”

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2. Tu amigo comenta: “La oficina está ofreciendo el almuerzo, ¡qué generosos!”

Tu amigo comenta: "La oficina está ofreciendo el almuerzo, ¡qué generosos!"

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Mientras abres discretamente el cierre de tu bolso, piensas… “¿Cómo puedo meter tres emparedados más en mi bolso sin que nadie lo note?”

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3. Tu amigo dice: “Mejor reviso mi cuenta bancaria”

Tu amigo dice: "Mejor reviso mi cuenta bancaria"

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Y mientras ingresas tu número de PIN, oras: “Por favor, por favor, que el saldo sea de dos dígitos”

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4. Tu amigo dice: “¡El desayuno! ¡Que traigan muffins, bagels y salmón ahumado, mmmmm!”

Tu amigo dice: "¡El desayuno! ¡Que traigan muffins, bagels y salmón ahumado, mmmmm!"

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Tú le dices al refrigerador vacío: “Ahh, hora del cereal”

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5. Tu amigo dice: “¡Almuerzo! ¡Que traigan los emparedados, sopas y wraps, mmmm!”

Tu amigo dice: "¡Almuerzo! ¡Que traigan los emparedados, sopas y wraps, mmmm!"

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Tú le dices a tu refrigerador vacío: “Ahh, hora del cereal”

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6. Tu amigo dice: “¡Cena! ¡Que traigan el bistec con papas y judías verdes, mmmmm!”

Tu amigo dice: "¡Cena! ¡Que traigan el bistec con papas y judías verdes, mmmmm!"

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Tú le dices a tu refrigerador vacío: “Ahh, hora del cereal”

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7. Tu amigo dice: “Estoy demasiado borracho para viajar en tren, llamemos a un taxi”

Tu amigo dice: "Estoy demasiado borracho para viajar en tren, llamemos a un taxi"

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Y mientras tú caes dormido sobre el extraño que está sentado a tu lado en el tren, tambaleándote le susurras: “Buenas noches, dulce príncipe”

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8. Tu amigo dice: “Tengo pereza, comamos macarrones con queso esta noche”

Tu amigo dice: "Tengo pereza, comamos macarrones con queso esta noche"

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Y mientras en tus ojos se ven destellos de asombro, susurras: “¿No comeremos cereal?”

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9. Tu amigo dice: “¡Día de lavado!”

Tu amigo dice: "¡Día de lavado!"

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Y mientras entierras la nariz en tu camisa sucia, tú dices: “No huele tan horrible, puedo usarla otra vez”

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10. Tu amiga dice: “¡Ofertas inesperadas! Echemos un vistazo”

Tu amiga dice: "¡Ofertas inesperadas! Echemos un vistazo"

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Tú gritas: “¡¡DESPEJEN EL ÁREA TODOS!!” y entras a la batalla

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11. Tu amigo dice: “Mis padres están en la ciudad y quieren llevarme a cenar”

Tu amigo dice: "Mis padres están en la ciudad y quieren llevarme a cenar"

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Mientras evitas el contacto visual con tus padres, dices: “Tráigame dos órdenes de spaghetti y una rodaja de pan con ajo”

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12. Tu amigo dice: “La hora feliz es una manera sensacional para ponerse al día con los amigos”

Tu amigo dice: "La hora feliz es una manera sensacional para ponerse al día con los amigos"

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“Exactamente dentro de 33 minutos hablaremos de tus problemas de pareja. ¡HASTA EL FONDO PARLANCHINES!” dices tú mientras le haces señas a la mesera para que les sirva otra ronda

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13. Tu amigo dice: “¡Qué asco! ¡una cucaracha en el apartamento! ¡Mátala, rápido!”

Tu amigo dice: "¡Qué asco! ¡una cucaracha en el apartamento! ¡Mátala, rápido!"

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Tú dices: “¿No les pones nombre a las tuyas?”

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14. Tu amigo dice: “No sé si la mesa está ocupando mucho espacio en el apartamento”

Tu amigo dice: "No sé si la mesa está ocupando mucho espacio en el apartamento"

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Y completamente asombrado tú dices: “¡¿En tu apartamento cabe UNA MESA COMPLETA?!”

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15. Tu amigo dice: “No puede ser que el precio del apartamento de este anuncio sea verdadero”

Tu amigo dice: "No puede ser que el precio del apartamento de este anuncio sea verdadero"

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Y tú gritas sintiéndote aliviado: “¡FINALMENTE! ¡Un lugar que puedo pagar!”

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16. Tu amigo dice: “Vamos a comprar una buena botella de vino para tomar con la cena esta noche”

Tu amigo dice: "Vamos a comprar una buena botella de vino para tomar con la cena esta noche"

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Tú le dices al cajero de la abarrotería local: “Señor, por favor deme la botella de sangría más barata que tenga”

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17. Tu amigo dice: “¡Enciende la televisión!, es hora de Juego de tronos”

Tu amigo dice: "¡Enciende la televisión!, es hora de Juego de tronos"

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Y tú con reverencia susurras: “Cable… He oído de ti en algunas anécdotas”

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Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. is getting lonely while serving his 87-day sentence for domestic violence against an ex-girlfriend. While serving his time, Mayweather is segregated from the general jail population. And he doesn’t like jail very much.

Aw, poor widdle woman-beater.

But someone running his Twitter account, possibly his fiancée, is reaching out to fans to ask them to drop him a line.

Apparently Mayweather still has some supporters.

@FloydMayweather I wrote you a letter a week ago! Hope you liked it write back bro #freemayweather

— Robert Bullaro (@RobertMichael3) July 7, 2012

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But if his jailhouse mailbox is full, it might be hate mail, not fan mail.

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@moneybigk @floydmayweather why would anyone offer him support! He's in jail for a reason, he's not the victim! Enjoy the meals Floyd

— matt verberne (@mverberne1985) July 7, 2012

@FloydMayweather Support letter, to a women beater, you must be off your head!! #should of got longer!! #never hit a woman.

— Trevor NFFC Chapman (@chappo0306) July 7, 2012

@FloydMayweather fuck off support letter, the guy is a wife beating cunt, why support that shit.

— Neil (@nahornsby) July 7, 2012

@FloydMayweather Here's my support letter: I hope you get AIDS in prison.

— Mick Roole (@the_real_mfr) July 7, 2012

@floydmayweather send a support Letter to someone who bate his missus! I don't think so

— Thomas Murphy (@thomasmurphy33) July 7, 2012

@shimthomas @FloydMayweather my letter "don't drop the soap."

— Buck Chargington (@NewerDeal) July 7, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/07/07/floyd-mayweather-seeks-pen-pals-to-help-him-pass-the-time-in-jail/

You probably know that ants can lift and carry objects many times heavier than they are themselves or cooperate effectively within their colonies but in fact, there are many more astounding curiosities about these little tiny creatures. From being the smartest insect in the world to having the ability to enslave other ants, these are 25 awesome facts about ants you probably didn’t know.

25. Ants evolved from wasp-like ancestors in the mid-Cretaceous period between 110 and 130 million years ago. It means they are as old as dinosaurs but unlike them, ants managed to survive.

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24. Ant colonies range in size. While some colonies consist of just a few dozens of individuals, others can be formed from millions of ants.

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23. Ants have colonized almost every landmass on our planet. With the exception of Antarctica, the Arctic, and a handful of islands.

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21. Termites are often incorrectly considered ants but in fact, they belong to the order Isoptera which is closer to cockroaches than ants.

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20. Some scientific studies suggest there are about 10,000,000,000,000,000 individual ants alive on Earth at any given time. Ants are estimated to represent about 15-20% of the total terrestrial animal biomass, which exceeds that of the vertebrates.

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19. The ant queens can live for up to 30 years, which is about 100 times longer than solitary insects of a similar size. Workers live from 1 to 3 years.

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17. The largest ant colonies are called “supercolonies”. They create giant ant hills and can be thousands of miles long. The largest supercolony covers over 3,700 miles, and has over 1 billion ants.

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15. Ants are known to be able to lift and carry about 50 times their own bodyweight but a recent scientific research by The Ohio State University suggests it can be up to 5000 times their bodyweight which is really incredible.

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13. Weightlifting is not the only sport discipline ants are good at; they are also good runners capable of running as fast as 3 inches per second. If a man could run as fast as an ant, he would be able to run 34 miles per hour.

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12. With 250,000 brain cells in its tiny head, the ant is believed to be the smartest insect.

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11. Ants do not have ears, but they hear by picking up ground vibrations via special sensors on their feet and on their knees.

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10. Each ant colony has its own distinctive smell. Therefore, intruders can be recognized immediately.

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5. Ants may be the only creatures ( apart from mammals) that can learn by means of interactive learning. There have been recorded cases of experienced foragers leading their “students” to newly discovered food. The follower obtained the knowledge through its leading tutor. The leader was even sensitive to the progress of the follower and slowed down when the follower lagged.

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4. Antquarium, a special container for keeping ants as pets, sold all over the world, was originally developed by NASA for the purpose of research of animals in space.

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2. Ants are capable of a wide range of moves such as jumping, gliding, or rafting. Some species are also notable for their ability to form living chains to bridge water or vegetation.

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1. In some countries, ants and their larvae are eaten as a delicacy. The eggs of two ant species are used in Mexican specialty called “Escamoles”. The eggs are considered a form of insect caviar and can sell for as much as USD 40 per pound.

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Read more: http://list25.com/25-awesome-facts-about-ants-you-probably-didnt-know/

GOP front-runner Donald Trump released a statement this afternoon clarifying that despite what he said at the debate last night, he will not“order our military or other officials to violate” the law or commit war crimes and that he would be“bound by laws just like all Americans”:

Trump had said at the debate last night that the military wouldn’t refuse his potentially illegal orders to, for example, kill the family members of terrorists or use an interrogation method worse than waterboarding, because he’s a leader:

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2016/03/04/flip-flop-donald-trump-no-longer-supports-ordering-soldiers-to-commit-war-crimes/

Donald Trumpgave his first extensive interview since being elected president, and the previewlooks like hes up to his old ways again.

The interview will air on 60 Minutes on Sunday at 7 pm ET where Trump will talk about his plan to immediately deport 2to 3million people from the States.

And yes, the wall is happening, although part of it may just be a fence.

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In a preview for the interview, Trump says,

What we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers we have a lot of these people, probably 2million, it could even be 3million were getting them out of our country or were going to incarcerate. But were getting them out of our country theyre here illegally.

Speaking about the remaining, undocumented immigrants in the States, he added,

After the border is secured and after everything gets normalized, were going to make a determination on the people that youre talking about who are terrific people, theyre terrific people but were going to make a determination at that.

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/news/politics/trump-says-hell-deport-2-3-million-immigrants-post-election-interview/1690609/

Whether you like it or not, Modern Family star Sarah Hyland is making her name known in music.

If you were completely unaware that the 25-year-old actress had angelic chords, consider yourself fully aware.How does it feel to know that you will no longer be missing out from this point going forward?!

It feels SO good I know, I know.

Sarah Hyland teamed up with Florida rock band Boyce Avenue for an acoustic rendition of The Chainsmokers monster hit Closer. Lets just say if its been forever since youve gotten chills purely from listening to music, thats all going to change.

Hyland took to Instagram to gush over the collaboration with a photo of fan art made for the cover song with a caption, reading,

THIS IS AWESOME FAN ART! Thank you so much Boyce Avenue for asking me to collaborate with you guys! Ive been dreaming of doing this since I was 19 years old! #closer #cover #thechainsmokers #boyceavenue

Heres the post.

As for the video of her blissful, soothing cover of The Chainsmokers Closer, the song was uploaded to YouTube on Boyce Avenues official account. So far, the video has managed to rack up over 1.7 million views in under 24 hours.

The video description reads,

We recently traveled to Los Angeles to film a couple videos with our good friend Sarah Hyland. She is an amazing actress and has a beautiful voice. We hope you all enjoy our collaboration of Closer by The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey.

Yeah, its good Its DAMN good. Your eardrums will agree.

The 4-minute cover begins with Sarah Hyland and Boyce Avenue sitting on stools surrounded by brick, concrete and musical instruments.

Lead vocalist Alejandro Manzano begins singing before Hyland jumps in to bless your ears like theyve never been blessed before.

Do you remember the first time you heard the original? Its just that hair-raising. Then again, Sarahs rendition might be even more hair-raising! Sorry, Chainsmokers, but thats revenge for the time you guys dissed Lady Gaga.

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It was Christmas 1994 when Scarlet Ross and her 10-year-old son went to get photos of their cat and dog with Santa.

Getting a dog let alone a cat to cooperate for such a photo op might be tough.

Not for these pets. Neither one seemed fazed by being held by a bearded stranger in a bright red suit.

Scarlet’s dog, Tyler, with Santa. Image via Scarlet Ross, used with permission.

Amazed by their calmness, someone approached Scarlet and asked her if she would be interested in getting her animals involved with a new animal therapy group: the Human Animal Bond (HAB).

After all, the stranger explained, if her animals were so even-tempered with Santa, theyd probably make great therapy animals.

Scarlet was immediately intrigued.

She decided to leave the cat at home, but she took her sheltie to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to see if he was a good fit. He passed with flying colors, and “Thats just how I got involved,” she says. She remains a volunteer with HAB to this day.

Scarlet and Tyler visiting a nursing home resident 20 years ago. Image via Scarlet Ross, used with permission.

The volunteer-run organization was started by the U.S. Military Veterinary Services because they know how strong the bond between humans and animals can be.

The military veterinary services “felt that animals had a particular benefit to army families because of all the moving,” explains Ruie Gibson, a long-time HAB board member and volunteer.

Snickers, a greyhound HAB therapy dog, at HAB’s annual picnic. Image by Tammy Patton, used with permission.

Not to be confused with service dogs, therapy dogs can provide comfort and support to those who need it. And there is science to back it up.

Psychologists, psychiatrists, and doctors have used, and continue to use, therapy dogs with patients because they have found they can help reduce feelings of depression.

Studies have also shown that simply petting dogs can help lower peoples heart rates and reduce stress and anxiety.

The military wrote a regulation, and the animal therapy group Human Animal Bond was born to help provide this service to those in need of comfort and support.

Families that are interested in being a part of HAB can sign up their dogs, cats, and even rabbits to be therapy pets.

HAB volunteer Erika Chester and her cat, Mia. Image via HAB, used with permission.

If these animals pass the temperament test, they can join the HAB network with their family.

“I would say that 99% of the time, the people who come to us and who want to do this, or think that their pet would be good at this, pass the temperament test no problem,” Ruie says. “They wouldnt even consider it if they didnt think their dog would like it.”

Once theyre members, the families take a special training session once a year which, Ruie says, is actually more for the owners than the dogs.

After that, the volunteers and their therapy pets sign up for and attend as many HAB events as they can with their schedules.

Two volunteers and their HAB therapy dogs at the annual Veterans Day Parade. Image via HAB, used with permission.

Sometimes the HAB therapy pets go to schools and libraries to meet students.

They even help kids who are having trouble reading practice doing it aloud.

Cobalt, a beagle mix, visits a teacher and her classroom in Leavenworth. Image via HAB, used with permission.

Other times, the pets visit nursing homes, elderly care facilities, or rehab facilities.

Goose, an HAB therapy dog, visiting a rehab facility. Image via HAB, used with permission.

They also go to a minimum security correctional facility on the military base to visit nonviolent offenders.

“Thats a very popular program,” Ruie says, adding that there is always a waiting list of inmates wanting to see the dogs.

Scarlet has now been an active volunteer with HAB for the last 23 years and has had several of her dogs join the program.

“It is very important to me,” she says. “Its very rewarding to see the joy of it.”

“A couple of years ago, I had a dog that was blind, deaf, and incontinent, and we would go to the nursing home and talk about that,” Scarlet remembers.

Scarlet’s dog Aunt Bea was a regular visitor at the local nursing home. Image via Scarlet Ross, used with permission.

This dog, named Aunt Bea, was 12 or 13 when Scarlet adopted her, and she was also missing her teeth. When she went to the nursing home to visit, Aunt Bea “had to wear her Depends,” Scarlet continues, but “many of the residents related to her health condition. … They really enjoyed meeting her.”

Today, Scarlet’s two dogs a rescued golden retriever named Josie and a wild-haired shih tzu named Phyllis Diller are both in the program.

Scarlet and Josie, an HAB therapy dog. Image via Scarlet Ross, used with permission.

“I love sharing my animals with these people that have had animals in the past and cant have them now,” she says. “They get to hug them, they pet them, and I take photos of them with my pet and give it to them so they can have it.”

That’s why she particularly loves visiting the nursing homes with her dogs.

Tyler with a nursing home resident at Christmas. Image via Scarlet Ross, used with permission.

“So many need a special touch or hug that they used to get,” she says.

Being involved with HAB has also helped make Scarlet feel closer to her animals too.

“I love all of my dogs, however, with my therapy dogs there is a special bond and closeness,” she explains. “When you work with them like that, thats a special connection.”

Scarlet’s shih tzu, Phyllis Diller, is also a hit at senior facilities because her crazy hair makes them laugh. Image via Scarlet Ross, used with permission.

Whether it’s visiting the elderly or helping kids practice reading, it’s clear that HAB has been making a difference in peoples lives.

All animal lovers understand the joy their pets can bring. But sharing that joy is a step beyond.

HAB therapy dogs and member families at their 2017 annual picnic. Image via Tammy Patton, used with permission.

All it takes is one visit at a school or nursing home to know your therapy dog is making a difference, Ruie says. “Sometimes they might not even want to touch the dog, but just being in the presence, its amazing what a difference it can make.”

HAB dog Zorro and Maj. D. Thomas at the Munson Army Health Center. Image via HAB, used with permission.

“You might not know that it raises someones mood right away, but after you talk to a nurse, you find out that this patient hadnt talked all day until they saw the dog.”

“Its amazing the things that do happen in their presence,” she adds, “I dont know how long it stays that way, but at least for a short time, they feel better.”

If you think your pet would make a good therapy pet and you live in the Fort Leavenworth area, check out their website for ways to get involved as a volunteer.

Read more: http://www.upworthy.com/why-paws-and-whiskers-can-be-the-best-therapy-for-people-in-need-of-tlc

It was Friday when ABC News chief political analyst Matthew Dowd declared it time for America to switch to a singer payer health care system.

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When U.S. Marine Sam Johnson was on patrol in Iraq, he and his team came across a pressure plate IED.

It hit the front of his vehicle.

Fortunately, everyone survived the traumatic experience. Sam sustained some injuries to his knees, but after a number of surgeries, he was able to recover physically. “I feel good,” he said. “Now I can walk downstairs without too much pain.”

But as he transitioned out of the military, the next big hurdle was finding a new job one that he would find as fulfilling as his last.

“I knew I wanted to have a great job,” he said, so he turned to DAV (Disabled American Veterans), a nonprofit charity with the mission of providing a lifetime of support for disabled veterans who have made sacrifices for their country. They were holding a job fair in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Often what can be most terrifying for vets is what comes after their service.

Posted by Upworthy on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

DAV was founded after World War I, a war in which more than 4.7 million Americans served.

At the time, the country wasnt prepared to deal with the enormous scale of so many newly returned veterans, and it certainly wasnt prepared to help the 204,000 vets who had been wounded or injured during this brutal conflict.

These men needed jobs, access to medical care, and other forms of support, and there was no single government agency like todays Department of Veterans Affairs.

So groups of veterans with disabilities started gathering together all across the country to help fill that void, raise money for those who needed it, and create jobs for other veterans. Slowly a new organization began to take shape: the Disabled American Veterans of the World War. In September 1920, the organization held its first national caucus, attended by 250 disabled veterans. From there, the organization kept growing.

Of course, a lot has changed over the last century since the DAV was founded. But the organization has never wavered from its core mission: helping veterans and their families get access to the resources and tools they need as they transition back to civilian life.

Today, DAV has more than 1,300 chapters and 1.3 million members across the United States.

Every year, they help 1 million veterans such as Sam with everything from health care and benefits to rides to medical appointments and other issues as they arise.

They also represent the interests of veterans on Capitol Hill, engage with the public, and, of course, hold job fairs like the one Sam attended in Charlotte where he landed his current job a career he is very proud of.

He said, “It gave me the opportunity to interview with these companies and land a job making this world a better place.”

Read more: http://www.upworthy.com/america-wasnt-prepared-for-so-many-returning-vets-after-wwi-so-it-created-dav