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Why Hollywood Praises Elliot Page (and Blacklists Becket Cook)

For years Becket Cook had a highly successful career as a production designer in the fashion world. During that time, he lived fully engaged as a gay ...


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Film 1917: Some Men Just Like to Fight

In the Sam Mendes film 1917 Lance Corporal Schofield has been tasked with crossing through enemy-infested territory to deliver crucial news of a secret ...


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Dad Gives Shopping Spree to Girl Bullied by Teen Daughter

When Randy Smalls found out his daughter was participating in the bullying of another girl at her middle school, he took swift action. But rather than ...


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Study Shows Rudeness Can Actually Kill

We all know bad manners are toxic. But new research now shows that bad manners can kill. In this study, when doctors spoke rudely to their staff, both ...


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German Company Offers a Swearing Hotline

Two German entrepreneurs have found a creative way to help passive-aggressive people deal with their anger. For the small fee of 1.49 euros per minute ...


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Journalist Finds One Universal Joke: Making Fun of Others

Lance Morrow, an award-winning journalist with Time magazine, once set out to write an article asking if there was one universal joke, told everywhere ...


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Ad Pictures Life on the Border Patrol

One of the popular ads for the 2011 Super Bowl was a Coca Cola commercial that pictures two sentries from different nations guarding a gate at a dusty ...


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Viewing a Friend—and Even God—As an Enemy

In an article for ChristianityToday.com entitled "Our Divine Distortion," Christian songwriter Carolyn Arends shared a personal story that shows how easy ...


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Annoying Co-workers

Several workplace-related studies in 2008 suggest that the majority of working Americans aren't all that fond of who they work with.

  • When asked if a colleague has ever tried to make them look bad, 50 percent of respondents said yes; 48 percent said no; 2 percent said they didn't know.


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Girls Who Are Bullies

Girls, according to a 2006 Clemson University study, are nearly twice as likely to bully or be bullied electronically than boys [bullying by way of personal ...


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