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Being a Kings fan is an exercise in managing constant, crushing disappointment. Aside from one anomalous stretch in the early 2000s, the team has never been worth a damn, and even then, their high watermark was getting owned in humiliating fashion by...

A few months ago, I wrote about how Germans have the concept of a private voice. This is the voice that they use whenever they are in public, and silence is golden. Talking is more or less verboten among strangers, and talking within acquaintances is...

There are few things dorkier than putting a bell on your bicycle. Once you do that, it can only lead downhill into a world of helmet mirrors, handlebar tassels, and high visibility ankle bands. But you should put a bell on your bicycle. It makes life...

There are few things dorkier than putting a bell on your bicycle. Once you do that, it can only lead downhill into a world of helmet mirrors, handlebar tassels, and high visibility ankle bands. But you should put a bell on your bicycle. It makes life...

By now you probably have heard of the travel ban that the United States instituted against citizens of 7 majority Muslim countries. Citizens of these 7 countries would not be allowed to enter the United States, even if they hold a valid visa. Not onl...

Last month I was in the USA again; I spent a week visiting my sister in New York City. And it seems that every time I visit the USA, I get culture shock. Yes, as much as I have lived in the USA for 11 years total, there are still things that I find s...

“We’re a fraudulent society from top to bottom,” said Steve Masiello, coach of the struggling Manhattan College men’s basketball team, at the outset of a screed that blames the team’s performance on his players and the doggone social-media-...