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Most of us never notice nightclub bouncers until something’s gone terribly, terribly wrong. But what if that something was the bouncer?
Undeniably one of the greatest fighters the world has ever seen, Jon Bones Jones has had one last chance time and again. And he’s blown it again and again.
For the rest of you, it’d be a crush. For Elizabeth Sampat, it went way beyond that. Way.
While many famous baseball players are role models, this story is about one who followed a more perverse path.
Olu Ogbe was in the wrong place at the wrong time. But supportive colleagues made his journey easier.
With a few recent deaths on film sets, the mechanics of doing the unimaginable become clear when movie machismo comes into play.
When thanatophobia, a form of OCD, hit OZY’s Melissa Petro, her fear of death and dying peaked in places she least expected.
In the ’90s, suing for sexual harassment may not have been that unusual, but a man suing because of a woman? Just a skosh.
When you hit Ibiza, you expect lots of different things to happen, but loving a bona fide cave dweller? Well, that might be a new one.
“The fireball destroyed the first car in the convoy while the second car, which was carrying Falcone and his wife, slammed into the wall of cement.”