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Touching moments of 'simple acts of kindness'

Normally, the jokers at JStuStudios (https://www.facebook.com/JStuStudios) play pranks. But in this video, the Denver-based duo — Justin Stuart, 20, and Andrew Scites, 22 — goes fr... More Normally, the jokers at JStuStudios (https://www.facebook.com/JStuStudios) play pranks. But in this video, the Denver-based duo — Justin Stuart, 20, and Andrew Scites, 22 — goes from kooky to kind. This video, posted last week, has already scored over 95,000 views on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBl794WbABc). "Simple Acts of Kindness" shows several sweet moments. From feeding a driver's parking meter to leaving flowers on a woman's car to paying for someone else's lunch, the acts are indeed both simple and kind. Instead of laughs, the comedy duo gets plenty of smiles. "This world is so full of garbage, hate — we can start by doing this," Stuart, who wears the "Live, hope" T-shirt on the video, told Yahoo News in a phone interview. "What goes around comes around," he added. He and Scites go around on the video and show how it's done. Food and water are handed out to people in a park who look as if they could use a meal. The folks at the local fire department are given soda, snacks, and handshakes. A man holding a sign that reads "Native needs help" on the side of the road tells Stuart that he liked the chicken that Stuart had given him the day before and shared it with some friends. "That really hit the spot," he says. "That was a blessing to us, you know." Some viewers reacted with a "pay it forward" attitude. Katie Alexis wrote, "This is such a great idea! I need to do more random acts of kindness!" Less

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