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Karen Klein Is A Bus Monitor No More!

Not only was Karen Klein bullied by those awful kids on the bus, she was also bullied by some school administrators who didn't think she was doing her job correctly.

That's ridiculous.

Here's what the bullied bus monitor said:

"Well, the things that they've said about me. 'Well she didn't do her job.' It doesn't matter that all of this has come up and it's helping people."

It are these comments, NOT the sudden huge sums of money she's received from sympathetic people all around the world, why she is absolutely not going back to work for the Greece School District as a bus monitor.

Hey, we don't blame her in the slightest!

Why work as a bus monitor when you can own like thirty buses??

Of course Klein isn't going to waste her money as she has said she'll spend it mainly on the future of her grandchildren, and donate it to worthwhile causes.

Such a sweet lady.

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Karen Klein Meets Anonymous Benefactor

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Karen Klein, the bus monitor who was cruelly bullied by middle school students, definitely knows the meaning of no pain no gain.

So it was emotional for her to meet the man who helped erase her pain with some awesome gains!

The bullied bus monitor met Max Sidorov on Tuesday night to thank him for setting up an online donation website that has raised $664,660 so far from people around the world which will now allow her to retire and be set up for life for good.

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see their emotional first meeting and see what true love really is!

Aw.

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Karen Klein To Meet Her Money Maker!!!

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Mad Sidorov, a Toronto nutritionist, who saw what happened to Karen Klein as she was bullied on her bus route decided to gather money together to send her on a vacation. Little did he know that those donations would go way past $600,000.

Now the man with the plan will get to meet the woman who has changed his life almost as much as she changed his.

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Bullied Bus Monitor Karen Klein Is Gonna Share Her Money!!!

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The time are changing for Karen Klein - they're changing really, really fast!!!

The bullied bus monitor has received incredible amounts of emotional and monetary support from people around the world since her bully video went viral.

An online fundraising effort for the upstate New York bus monitor has raised more than $645,275 for Klein!!!

She deserves all of the support she gets and even more than that for dealing with those monsters on the bus - no one deserves that, especially this sweet old granny.

Check out the video (above) for more on Karen's plans for her money!

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Researchers Develop Bite Counter

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Bite Counter

For many people, the secret to losing weight can be as simple as controlling their portions. Unfortunately, not too many people know how to control their portions, but hopefully this will help.

Much like a pedometer that measures how many steps a person takes, a team at Clemson University has developed The Bite Counter.

The device, which is worn on a users wrist, counts how many bites they take with up to 90% accuracy!

The American Dietetic Association seems to be on board for the invention that will help people monitor portions, as a spokeswoman said:

"This would be a good tool for someone who generally knows what is healthy and unhealthy but maybe has more of an issue with portion control."

The Bite Counter's co-inventor, Eric Muth, has determined that every bite has an average of 25 calories and believes people will quickly realize they may be taking a few too many bites, saying:

"The first thing is to make it obvious that they're eating more than they think. If they know that, the behavior change will come a little easier."

The device is expected to hit the market in a year and cost about $100. Hopefully by then, they'll develop a sleeker design than that big black brick tied to the girl's wrist in the picture above.

[Image via Clemson University.]

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