EDITORIAL: These people got Christmas right

Want your faith in humanity restored? These are the guys to do it. First up: The man in the motorcycle togs who showed up Dec
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

Want your faith in humanity restored? These are the guys to do it.

First up: The man in the motorcycle togs who showed up Dec. 17 at the Sandusky Goodwill store with a little goodwill of his own. A couple dozen thrift-store shoppers found themselves with $10 bills pressed into their hands and a genial “Merry Christmas” greeting trailing in the wake of the gent in the mirrored sunglasses and the Harley hat.

What adds to the luster of this little bit of holiday cheer-spreading, though, was what happened afterward.

Granted, a ten-spot doesn’t go too far these days, and Goodwill shoppers may include the decentlywell-off looking for a bargain shopping next to those who really do need to save money, but that little bit of generosity seemed to awaken something even better. Those who got the money said they’d in turn use it to help someone who needed it