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Woman Ran onto the Super Bowl Field for Fame
Kelly Kay Green wanted to be someone. So, she donned a specially made dress, chugged a Coors Light for courage, and ran onto the field at the Super Bowl ...
‘Humility’ Is Really Our New Pride
Columnist David Brooks mocks what passes for humility these days. He points to a tweet from the president of the European Central Bank: “I was humbled ...
Lawyer Brag Leads to Vacated Verdict
The next time Robert McKenna III celebrates a recent victorious court case in front of coworkers, he’d be wise to prevent anyone from filming his ...
A Line at the Gates of Hell
Hell is not a popular topic today, except for all the wrong reasons.
The theme song for the film Cruella tells us right up front that Ms. de Vil was "born ...
Finishing the Marathon without Running It
The marathon is one of the most strenuous athletic events in sport. The Boston Marathon attracts the best runners in the world. The winner is automatically ...
The Snare of Moral Grandstanding
Do some Christians harm their witness by falling into the trap of “moral grandstanding” or “virtue signaling”? Or do we convey ...
Company Offers to ‘Fake A Vacation’ With Doctored Photos
You don't have to pack, deal with security lines, or face jet lag in order to show off your vacation pictures on social media. Just fake it! A Nebraska-based ...
NBA Superstar Avoids Bragging, Lets Game Do the Talking
In the 2019 NBA Playoffs, the opening round series between the Portland Trail Blazers and the Oklahoma City Thunder was often framed as a showdown between ...
Anthony Bourdain Defended Fellow Food Critic
Anthony Bourdain, the often snappish food critic who took his life in 2018, apparently had a soft side as well. He traveled around the world highlighting ...
You're Not as Virtuous as You Think
A 1961 research project asked ordinary people to send extremely painful electric shocks to a stranger. (Unbeknownst to the participants, the fake shocks ...