Caring, sharing and generally nice people in Arizona have made out collective hearts melt today with the story that they used beeping electronic Easter eggs so that blind kids could take part in an Easter egg hunt. Isn't that just the sweetest thing?
Eighty kids in Tuscon, Arizona tried out the bunny gadgets as part of the celebrations, and despite not being able to eat the eggs, what with them being all mad of circuit boards, batteries and telephone speakers and all, the kids who found an egg got a basket full of toys and sweet chocolatey things. Hooray.
It's also a story that proves not all rednecks are evil, swivel-eyes hate machines. Double hooray.