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Johnny Unitas and Joe Namath: Two Paths of Life
January 1969, two great quarterbacks faced each other from opposite sidelines in Super Bowl III. Both Johnny Unitas and Joe Namath were raised in the ...
The Preemptive Autograph
J.J. Watt is a defensive end and tight end for the NFL's Houston Texans. He is one of the best players in the NFL, and of course, often asked for ...
Actor Johnny Depp's Need to Hide
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine Johnny Depp admitted his difficulties in connecting with other people. Depp said:
Covering myself up in makeup, ...
Expert Says Puzzles Help Us Feel in Control
The World Puzzle Championship takes place every year at locations around the globe. In 2012 the event was held in Croatia and drew 145 contestants from ...
Values Are Declining, but Americans Still Trust Themselves
A 2012 survey revealed an alarming decline in American's confidence in many traditional sources for values, including government, family, celebrities, ...
Psychiatrist Identifies the "Gauntlet of Silence" Among Men
In his book Invisible Men, Dr. Michael E. Addis tells the story about meeting a middle-aged man named Patrick. Although by all accounts Patrick was an ...
A Lesson from the Life of the "Tone-Deaf Diva"
Florence Foster Jenkins, a soprano, loved to sing—especially the great operatic classics. She inherited money when she was in her 50s, which funded ...
Chuck Yeager Finds the Problem
Chuck Yeager, the famed test pilot, was flying an F-86 Sabre over a lake in the Sierras when he decided to buzz a friend's house near the edge of the ...
Fire-Walkers Get Burned
At a self-help seminar in Rohrbach, Austria, participants were urged to walk over hot, fiery coals. The purpose of the exercise was to "mobilize their ...
Internet Exhibitionists Hunger for Attention
The Internet provides opportunity for people to put themselves on displayand they do in a variety of ways. At one site alone, over four million people ...