Ms. Strifelover

Feuds and fights have always been a part of human existence. When people in colonial America had a quarrel, they settled it with dueling pistols. In other places, a fistfight settled a matter. Now, more commonly, people settle their difference in the courtroom or on social media. Almost weekly we hear about Twitter feuds between…
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Mr. Angry

I grew up in Indiana in the 90s, and one of the big things that Indiana was known for then was a famous (infamous?) figure: Bobby Knight. Bobby Knight was the coach of the Hoosiers basketball team at Indiana University. Though he was a great coach, what he became famous for wasn’t a winning record,…
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Mr. Friendly

Of all the great things that Facebook has done in connecting people, there is one major disservice it has done. It uses the word “friend” as its word to link people together. Right now, I have 319 “friends” on Facebook. I never accept requests from people I don’t know, but I am at least acquainted…
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Ms. Revenge

The Count of Monte Cristo is about a man wrongfully imprisoned, that upon escaping a finding a fortune, seeks revenge against the one who had him imprisoned in the first place. The intrigue of the story is the lengths that Dantes goes to exact his revenge, including manipulating markets and inducing Heloise to poison people.…
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Mr. Seemsright

If you were going to climb Mt. Everest, not only would you need to do some good training to be in good physical shape and buy good gear to help you brave the elements, but you would need a guide to take you to the summit. Called Sherpas, you can hire a guide who not…
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