“After an unbearable silent dinner, she posted a broken-hearted message around 7 p.m., explaining to the world what her young son had lost and what it would mean to get it back. It was a half-court heave, and the whole family went to bed that night unaware that an unlikely savior was about to emerge overnight: the internet.” The internet is terrible. People are awful, divided, and cruel. The world sucks. Everything is going wrong. Except in those cases where none of that is true. And it’s worth reminding ourselves of those moments as often as we’re reminded of the others. With that in mind, take a few minutes to catch up on the story of an 11 year-old kid named Elyjah Blankenberg. The young Yankees fan who lost his autographs.