I’ve always been a fan of reality TV. Sure I don’t own a TV, but that’s just a minor detail that I don’t let stand in my way.
When it came to money, I never wanted less. I always wanted more. So I was surprised to see that someone who has millions in the bank wants to hobnob with the working class and live the simple life.
When my good friend lay dying of cancer, I didn’t know where to turn. A tragedy of that magnitude has a way of upending daily life as we know it and changing our view of the way things are supposed to be.
It seems that an insomnia epidemic is sweeping across America, with 50 million helpless and hapless men and women tossing and turning throughout the night.
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