It's Memorial Day, a time to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service of our country.
We should all the take the time to stop and say thank you to those who've gone before us.
And let's not forget to say thanks to those that are still here.
This amazing video is from a year ago, but it remains poignant.
Runners in San Jose, California were participating in a charity race benefitting the military.
A 95-year-old veteran named Joe Bell set up a chair in front of his home, and sat in his old uniform tunic and cap to watch the racers pass.
And before long, the race was all about Joe, as the runners came up to him and shook his hand to thank him for his service.
The sight of a 95-year-old veteran cheering on runners in a military charity race in San Jose triggered a spontaneous show of patriotism that captured the nation's attention.Joe Bell was waving at the runners when suddenly he became the one being honored. One by one, participants ran over to Bell, shaking his hand and thanking him for his service.The race benefited the Pat Tillman Foundation, set up in honor of the fallen Army Ranger and San Jose native.Watch KTLA's video here: http://ktlane.ws/1kwcgo9
When you think of David Letterman, one of the first three things to come to mind has to be his nightly Top 10 lists.
And what better topic for his last Top 10 than the Top 10 Things I've Always Wanted to Say to David Letterman.
And who better to pronounce these than good friends to Dave and his program, like Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Peyton Manning, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Barbara Walters and Alec Baldwin.
Did you wonder what the other late night talk hosts did to mark David Letterman's retirement?
Earlier this week, we posted Jimmy Kimmel's tribute. That was very special.
On the night of Dave's last show, Conan O'Brien did his regular show for 35 minutes, and when the clock hit 11:35PM, he and his guest, Patton Oswalt, urged people to go and watch Dave's show. Pretty cool - and watch what they did afterwards!
James Corden, the new host of The Late Late Show that until Wednesday followed Dave, sang a special tribute song to Dave with the help of a heavily-bearded Sting. Also pretty cool...