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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 ...

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Chesterton on Human Potential

Whatever else is said of man, this much is clear: He is not what he is capable of being.

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Bottled Water Is an Irrational Consumer Preference

According to New York Times columnist Tom Standage, "Americans are squandering billions of dollars on bottled water." Outsold only by soda, ...

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Man Dies After 50 Hours of Video Games

That's when Lee sat down at a local Internet café in the southern city of Taegu. He logged in on Wednesday, August 3, and spent the next three ...

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Will Rogers on Wasting Time

Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save.

—Humorist Will Rogers (1879-1935)

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State Wastes Money on Non-existent Problem

In 2002, the state of Missouri awarded a grant to their police department's Youth Outreach Unit. The purpose of the $273,000 grant was to battle Goth ...

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Woman Uses Valuable Coin for Parking

When we possess something of great value, we generally safeguard it. Through a series of errors, a South African woman failed to properly care for a collection ...

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Profitable Waste

The lottery promotes the interesting moral notion that if people are inclined to waste their money, the government should make it fun for them. And take ...

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God Will Waste Nothing

You must learn, you must let God teach you, that the only way to get rid of your past is to make a future out of it. God will waste nothing.

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The World's Worst Waste

A man by his sin may waste himself, which is to waste that which on earth is most like God. This is man's greatest tragedy, God's heaviest grief. ...

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