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Secret Man Cave Discovered Under NY Subway Tracks
With a subway system as lengthy and mysterious as that overseen by the Metropolitan Transit Authority, there are bound to be a few surprises here and ...
What Fire Evacuees Grab with Seconds to Spare
For those who had time to escape the wildfires of 2017 in California, the question was what do we grab? As flames barreled toward their homes, devouring ...
Passengers Love Their Bags More Than Life
On Tuesday, September 8th, 2015, a British Airways jet caught fire at the Las Vegas airport, sending smoke billowing into the air, after suffering what ...
Wall Street Trader Recognizes "Wealth Addiction"
By 30 years old, Sam Polk had made more than $5 million in bonuses alone during eight years working on Wall Street. As a trader, he was living it up in ...
Linda Ronstadt Shares Her Struggle with Envy
In her new book, Linda Ronstadt: Simple Dreams, the 11-time Grammy Award singer recalls the first time she heard fellow singer Emmylou Harris.
My first ...
Designer Styles Reveal Modern Idolatry
How much would you pay to dress in style? Apparently many of us would pay a lot just to look good. An article in The New York Times asked:
How about $480, ...
Timeline Shows How Luxuries Become Necessities
A 2012 article from The Atlantic observed that over the past 100 years we have often turned yesterday's luxury products into today's necessities.
- In 1900, less than 10 percent of families owned a stove, or had access to electricity or phones
Thanking God for His Goodness Prevents Envy
"Envy is resenting God's goodness to others and ignoring God's goodness to me."
Popular Website Facilitates Extramarital Affairs
Have you heard about the personals website designed to facilitate extramarital affairs? Log on and you have immediate access to thousands of men and women ...
The Honor of Early Adoption
The notion that "the first will be last" doesn't seem to bother some folks. When Apple's revolutionary iPhone hit the market in late June, 2007, it sold ...