Lahren’s description of random, meanspirited actions by bystanders she’d never previously met reflects the dangerous social implications of making politics both generalized and personal.
As we slide into cold and flu season, it’s time to remind everyone that it’s most polite and sociable to keep yourself and your family home when you’re sick with something contagious.
As smartphones proliferate, oblivious half-wits are blaring their digital media in public. It’s rude behavior, like spitting on the sidewalk or farting in an elevator.
It’s my humble opinion that New Yorkers, generally among our most highly educated, paradoxically understand among the least.
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