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An Artist Made a Military Tank That Delivers Free Books to Promote Reading

He called it “weapon of mass instruction”.

An innovative artist from Buenos Aires decided to transform a vintage 1979 Ford Falcon into a military tank to become a “weapon of mass instruction”.

Raul Lemesoff, who worked on the eccentric project for several years, created a tank armoured with built-in shelves which can hold up to 900 books inside and outside the vehicle. The artist’s mobile library is used to distribute books in rural communities as well as urban centers across Argentina.

With a mission to combat ignorance and spread knowledge, Lemesoff only expects one thing from the recipients of his books: to read it.

7UP recently teamed up with Lemessoff to produce a video featuring his bookmobile as part of their “Feels Good to be You”. In the video, Lemesoff was seen touring Argentina handing out books to passersby. Some random people were also seen picking books from the built-in shelves.

Check out Lemesoff’s “Weapon of Mass Instruction”.

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What an awesome creation! We definitely need to see more tanks carrying goodness instead of weapons. You can check out Lemesoff’s Tumblr if you want to get more updates.

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Remarkable 5-Year-Old Girl Cooks, Does Chores On Her Own After Her Mother Died

By age four, Hana already knows how to handle a knife.

A five-year-old kid holding a knife so he or she can cook would be a dreadful thought for many parents. But for Chie’s daughter, Hana-Chan, it’s one thing she learned how to do at such a tender age.

Hana-Chan, at only five years old, already knows how to prepare food for the family and take care of the household chores all on her own. But she’s doing it to honor her mom’s legacy.

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87-Year-Old Grandma Creates Intricate Drawings Using MS Paint

Because gardening and knitting are too mainstream.

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Zaera claims to have discovered the program after her children gave her a computer. Since then, she learned to utilize MS Paint unlike any other. Heck, her drawing skills can even be compared to this generation’s best.

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This Catholic Church Allows The Homeless To Sleep In Their Pews

They also offer free blankets, hygiene kits, and massage services.

Love and compassion are virtues central to Christianity and its always inspiring when we see it demonstrated – such as in this story below where a church showed how they took care of the homeless people living in their area.

According to reports, San Francisco’s St. Boniface church accommodates about 225 homeless individuals every single day in their chapel. This wonderful deed is done in cooperation with The Gubbio Project.

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