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The Myth of Celebrity Ascendency

Could you handle the strains of social media if you were famous?

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Let’s play a game. A little mental exercise, if you will. Let’s pretend you’re famous.

Let’s assume for a moment that someone was able to go through a large portion of everything you’ve ever said publicly for the past decade, including…




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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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