It's amazing to see the generosity from people all over the world. It always outweighs any negative aspects of a story.

And that's no truer than in the case of Jarrid Tansey, the pizza delivery driver berated by staff and others at F&R Auto Sales in Westport.

Amanda Rogers, a resident of Chicago, saw the story Wednesday morning and immediately thought of several ways to help Jarrid out. She never expected how fast her idea would catch on.

This interview with Amanda was conducted Thursday afternoon. At that time, the Go Fund Me account was just over $5,000. By the end of my program Thursday, over $8,000 had been raised. As I type, the account is closing in on $20,000.

Not a bad tip.