One woman started a chain of people paying it forward at a Starbucks drive-thru. It lasted for most of the day Wednesday.
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00:01 How did you come here. This is my second home
00:05 imagine pulling up for your morning cup -- Joseph and and
00:08 not needing. Any dough that's fantastic. You know our country is
00:12 really good about being charitable at 7 o'clock on Wednesday morning
00:16 a woman pulled up and offered to pay the bill for
00:19 the car behind her and that generous act sparked a chain
00:22 reaction. That lasted. Nearly all day it just shows that true
00:26 generosity of people. And that people are good in this a
00:30 lot of good people in this and you don't mind. By
00:34 the end of the day 378. People pay it forward at
00:37 this drive through on Wednesday in another 200 did it on
00:40 Thursday. But the people who come to this Starbucks all the
00:43 time they say. They love to see this type. The generosity.
00:47 That's like one of those great. You know great moments that
00:49 makes people get to the day a lot easier than five
00:51 minutes. Of extra happiness -- plan on. How that just keeps
00:56 going on and on and on to prove to the world.
00:59 Yet. There's so much goodness in the world Starbucks says the
01:02 longest pay it forward chain they've ever had was a Connecticut
01:06 last year during Christmas with a charity. Immediately threw one. Thousand