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Video: Celebrities read the mean tweets about them
Recently on the Jimmy Kimmel talk show, he asked some celebrities to read some mean tweets that were mean about them and address them.
Op/Ed: What Does it Mean to be Human?
What were we made for? Where are we going? What is the point?
What's in a Nickname?
Have you inherited a nickname from someone? And if so, what does it mean?
When People Are Mean!
We Need a Kinder, More Gentler Humanity!
This True! And I am a Wretched, Evil, Horrible Man for It!
God means it and has chosen me. This deed and I have ripened with the hours; It is part of me. 'Tis written large, The thing I have to do. --from George Eliot's, "Spanish Gypsy"
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