Not all of Tyler Durden’s advice in Fight Club was sound, but this piece has merit.
Brains, heart and experience combined with charisma, charm and a great work ethic, are all the ingredients we need in our representatives in Washington
Don’t need to be rich and famous to do good. Making a difference is part of being a thinking caring human.
The Young Turks discuss the failed war on drugs, and attempt to answer some of the difficult, but important questions.
Riffs on the end of a marriage, the importance of vows, and a child caught in the crossfire of divorce.
Doctor NerdLove examines the alluring “it factor” some people have, and offers ways we can enhance our own charisma.
Joanna Schroeder looks back on all the times she was threatened and harassed by paparazzi, and wonders who’s to blame.
A hip 90’s couple elopes and honeymoons in Vegas, sets the course of their lives over six strange days.
Actually, Good Charlotte, girls DON’T like cars and money—as much as they like boys who know how to “please” them…
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#26. I want to believe that humanity understands we’re all connected.
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Quiet Leaders may be better Leaders (for some employees).
A very strong man calmly enforces bike lane restrictions — to the delight of people and other bikers standing nearby.
Kids might think music lessons are a waste of time. But musical training has been shown to improve literacy, memory, learning and verbal intelligence.
As the summer heat builds on this mountain, so the spring life retreats into a state of seeming senescence.
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So you take the less comfortable, less practical, and less economical vehicle because it’s not a minivan? Come on guys!
His father taught him through his example. That’s how he’s teaching his children. — You’re a natural sponge. This isn’t a process you have to learn, or something you can force. Don’t have a sit-down[Read More…]
A father contemplates the meaning of manhood, and the lessons inherent in safe, effective hair removal.
Mark Liebenow knows the struggle and has a little advice.
We’re the guys who eat stereotypes for lunch. So just what is it we are trying to change?