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The Moral Argument For Sticking To Soup Questions

Is our need to know, morbid curiosity, empathic intrigue, or just old-fashioned gossip?

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In the 2000 drama “Finding Forrester,” Sean Connery plays a reclusive author living in New York City — loosely based on J.D. Salinger — who befriends a young, Black student named Jamal Wallace…




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David Todd McCarty

David Todd McCarty

Writer, Director, and Journalist with an interest in politics, culture, media, psychology, and garden gnomes. Top Writer in Culture, Politics, History.

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