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It seems like we’re constantly hearing stories of kids harassing and bullying each other over the internet, but one high schooler in Iowa is using social media to do the exact opposite. Since October, 2011, West High junior Jeremiah Anthony has been using his Twitter account, @westhighbros, to post compliments to his classmates. "We just send compliments to people who we think are feeling bad a certain day or who have done something really good, like winning a state title," he explained in a video posted on HooplaHa. "I believe that showing the goodness in people is very integral to our account, because so many people on Twitter and Facebook get cyberbullied because they're less than perfect and no one is perfect.” And Jeremiah’s classmates have nothing but compliments for him. “Jeremiah is a person who is extremely caring and kind,” said West High junior Ali Peterson. “He’s made a huge difference in our community and our school.” Another added that Jeremiah is “an example to the student population at West High and beyond to just be an encouragement.” And that’s certainly encouraging.