Nathan TimmelThe Blog
Malcolm Gladwell probably won’t turn his Revisionist History eye toward Eminem and Michael Jackson, but he should. As always, our outrage was misplaced.
It should go without saying that charity should involve deeds, not thoughts. That’s not always the case, unfortunately. All too often, people confuse their good intentions with doing actual good. Comedy for Charity sets out to change that.
I thought I knew what kindness was, and then I became a parent. Turns out: nothing moves you more than someone being wonderful to your child.
Friendship means different things to different people. Sometimes, you might not be on the same page as another. It’s up to you to notice.
When the Al Franken “controversy” hit, the rush to railroad was all too swift. There was rush to judgment, and nothing more.
Is there a fine line between fat shaming, and brutal honesty? I think so. You may not agree, but give a read and let me know.
Right now, people are either calling Ben Shapiro Satan, or America’s savior. Maybe he’s just a guy who’s been lucky enough to get paid to tell certain people what they want to hear.
How often do we see what we want to see, instead of what is? It’s not a very sane way to live, but it does allow people to be constantly offended.