Our friends may not like when we don’t drink because it reflects their own drinking practices.
Joseph Forrest addresses the rise of the geek in today’s world through his own personal perspectiveI started a love affair with comics when I was 5-years-old. Instead of getting the Golden Book stories read to me at bedtime, my mom would instead read Spider-Man and Captain America. This began my long life of geekery. From comics, I went to…
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This Comment of the Day is by Jason Gootman on the post “On Living to 100 and Beyond: 9 Things You Can Do Today.”
Quentin Lucas tells a short story to show how poor thinking can happen to any of us.