The Psychic and the Drunk

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In the age of Facebook, a casually told tale can live forever. What are the implications of speaking ill of the living?

Born to Be Abused [Trigger warning]

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A lifetime of abuse makes one man call himself ‘disposable.’

Keith asks, “Is the casual sex marketplace heavily biased against men?”

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This is a comment by Keith, John, and John D on the post “On Women and Casual Sex – Part II: Flings, One Night Stands and Same Night Lays”.

Walk Away

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Tim Brown advises men to protect themselves and prevent domestic violence.

Trust Me, I’m Lying: Interview With Ryan Holiday

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Media guru Ryan Holiday exploits the chinks inherent in the armor of the news-gathering process, and the fourth estate fights back. Chuck Ross interviews a self-admitted media manipulator.

Long Live Life—a modern fable

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J.R. Reed turned on his iPod and listened to a song he’s heard a hundred times before. This time he heard a fable set to music.

Monetary Settlements Will Not Be Enough To Make Penn State’s Troubles Go Away

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The NCAA may ban Penn State from football for “lack of institutional control” and “inaction,” writes education attorney and former higher education administrator Galen Medley.

Being a Nobody Is the Best Opportunity in Itself to Be Somebody

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Ritu B. Pant, on the benefits to being a nobody.

“Why do people care if someone gets caught nude? What is there to judge?”

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This comment was by Archy on the post “Revenge: The Gift That Keeps on Giving”