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At Purdue, Compliments Are Complimentary

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At Purdue, Compliments Are Complimentary

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At Purdue, Compliments Are Complimentary

At Purdue, Compliments Are Complimentary

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Two sophomores at Purdue University stand outside on Wednesday afternoons and shout compliments at people to boost their day. They say it's fun and they consider it a public service.

Ariel Van Cleave reports for member station WBAA in West Lafayette, Ind.

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