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The Problem with Excitement and Having Too Much of “Good Things”

I love cliches, but not as much as I love to debunk them. Is there such a thing as too much of a good thing? We’re being told that it’s certainly possible, but, to that stance I say phooey.  All the “good” I have met in my life – the intrinsic goods like love, friendship, purpose,

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People Are Watching Fortnite More Than They’re Playing Fortnite: Why It’s Not As Crazy As It Sounds

It’s Pretty Wild that I’m watching other people play a video game, more than I’m logging on to bag noobs myself.  Now, considering the basement brawls waged over Player 1 honors in Mario Kart were hardly a decade ago, what’s very wild, is that, today, it’s actually normal to “game” without a controller in hand

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Shaquem Griffin: Will the One-Handed Hopeful Sink or Swim at the Pro Level

It’s been asked.  Can Shaquem Griffin answer? The NFL Combine is well underway, and the cream of the college crop are being put to the pro-level litmus test.  The annual Indianapolis-based skills showcase is the born-talent barometer that coaches and scouts use to gauge a players potential success he’ll find at the raised ante that

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XXL 2018 Freshman Prospects: Why the Lack of (Musical) Diversity is Worrisome for Hip Hop’s Future

To the dismay of the at-the-time girlfriend, in high school, I was in the running for Biggest Flirt of the graduating class.  My gift of gab granted me the “honor,” while some of my peer’s acumen, leadership ability, sporting prowess, and general congeniality earned them other best-in-class accolades known as superlatives.  It was an eclectic

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