Online lies can often be easy to detect. Some people lie anyway – and countless others take the bait. A researcher probed why it happens and why romantics fall for the lies.
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Could the game get more real or exciting?
Did Tom Green really make a quick 180?
Is it just an excuse to stay stuck in our own lives?
Are we witnessing a recycled script from The Truman Show?
Excuses are like band-aids … except they don’t staunch the bleeding.
There are plenty of us still in the cave and those of us that have felt the sun must continue to drag the others out even if they are kicking and screaming.
My greatest fear today is not losing what I have, but forgetting where I came from.
How can we control what we consume when fakery and evil-doing is rampant in every corner of our world?
Against the backdrop of a morally bankrupt Los Angeles, “Barely Famous” offers a quirky, uplifting, “non-reality TV” show.
Beware the language police.
From the words of a son. He likes his dad better in her honest form.
The media has groomed the consumer need for conflict, drama and disagreement for decades. The obvious next step is to make it president.
If you believe that watching ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ is going to help your life, then it’s time to wake up.
Have you seen the Britt McHenry video?
Fashion blogger Tillie Adelson of MyStilettoLife learns firsthand about the dishonest side of reality TV auditions.