The iconic Miranda warning – “You have the right to remain silent…” – is a phrase deeply ingrained in popular culture. Yet, many people underestimate its importance, especially when interacting with law enforcement. While cooperating with the police might seem intuitive, exercising your right to remain silent and seeking legal counsel before engaging with them is crucial for safeguarding your rights and avoiding potential legal pitfalls.
Hybristophilia (also known as the Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome) is a form of paraphilia (or perversion) involving sexual attraction to people who have committed some sort of “outrage”. The term is usually associated with fans of notorious criminals.
Many high-profile criminals, particularly those who have committed atrocious crimes, receive “fan mail” in prison that is sometimes amorous or sexual, presumably as a result of this phenomenon. In some cases, admirers of these criminals have gone on to marry the object of their affections in prison.
"I lashed out at my partner because she was being rude and insensitive"
“I snapped at my coworker because he kept dismissing my ideas.”
“I honked aggressively and made a rude gesture because the other driver cut me off.”
“I gave my sibling the silent treatment because they criticized my lifestyle choices."
“I posted a harsh comment on social media because someone’s post offended me.”
“I raised my voice at the service staff because they got my order wrong.”
In the heat of the moment, when emotions run high and patience wears thin, it’s all too easy to point fingers and place blame. Whether it’s a heated exchange with a partner, a tense disagreement with a coworker, or a fleeting moment of frustration on the road, we often find ourselves justifying our reactions as the inevitable outcome of someone else’s actions.
These moments of conflict, while human, challenge us to examine a deeper aspect of our behavior: the principle of personal responsibility.
It’s okay if you don’t recognize her name or picture right off the bat, because you’ve probably heard Papillon Soo quoted throughout pop culture so often you don’t realize it’s her. The model only made a brief foray into acting during her ongoing career, but it counted in ways that paid off for her big time.
17 Photos That Will Put a Smile on Your Face – Ned Hardy
Alexei Navalny, prominent Putin foe, dies in Arctic jail – Reuters
Attention cat owners! The guy who ran the world’s largest cat shelter says this is the best litter pan, period. They clean extraordinarily easily; they carry zero “smell” residue, they last absolutely forever – Amazon
Ben Armstrong, better known as BitBoy, was once the most popular cryptocurrency YouTuber in the world. Now his empire has collapsed – NY Times
This Is Exactly What It Takes To Make Your Partner Feel Valued – Fatherly
Movie Theaters’ Secret Revenue Weapon: Elaborate Popcorn Merch – Hollywood Reporter
Cisco to lay off more than 4,000 employees to focus on artificial intelligence – NY Post
How a ragtag band of internet friends became the best at forecasting world events – VOX
Three Multimillion Dollar Homes on a Cliff Appear at Risk of Falling Into the Ocean – AD
Trivia Question of the Day – Ned Hardy
These water leak detector are a no brainer for homeowners. They are super sensitive, like if you touch the sensors and your fingers are even slightly damp, it will go off, and they are super loud – Amazon
When Job Candidates Lie—and How Recruiters Bust Them – WSJ
A Beginner’s Guide to Drinking Better Tea – Bon Appetit
What it takes to earn the title ‘Best Ranger,’ according to the first officer to ever do so – Task and Purpose
The Major Signs You are Dating a Manipulative Girlfriend and What To Do About It – Knowledge For Men
12 Little Lies to Stop Telling Yourself – Marc and Angel
Dude can’t handle his liquor at wedding, becomes belligerent and assaults guests and police and then gets shot..dumbass – PoliceActivity
Japan readies ‘last hope’ measures to stop falling births – Financial Times
You’re Not Imagining It, Blinding Headlights Are a Real Problem – Jalopnik
We navigate our days in a constant ebb and flow of routine. Meals are eaten, tasks are ticked off, and sleep claims us once more. But amidst this familiar rhythm, it’s easy to lose sight of the profound truth: every seemingly mundane today is a crucial stitch in the tapestry of your grandest achievements.
Viewing each day as a mere 24-hour capsule, filled with inconsequential routines, does a disservice to the power it holds. It fails to acknowledge the intricate connection between the seemingly simple acts and the extraordinary outcomes we yearn for. The grand accomplishments we celebrate – the diploma, the ribbon-cutting ceremony – are mere culminations, the visible tip of an iceberg built brick by patient brick, day by day.
After a horror franchise runs for so long it gets hard to keep the kills fresh and exciting, which is understandable since there are only so many times a maniac with a machete or inbred cannibal with a chainsaw can kill horny teenagers.
Horror is adaptable though, and none more than A Nightmare On Elm Street. Freddy’s kept his kills fresh for over forty years now, with the dream demon (dreamon? Demer?) wreaking his havoc no matter where or when. Against teen girls, writers, and zombies with mommy issues, these are his best kills.
So we’re all on the same page about John Travolta’s character Vincent Vega in Pulp Fiction being kind of an idiot right? He’s not bright, he’s just a cocky son of a bitch with the ability to be charismatic for the right director. The problem is, that stupidity leads to a lot of the problems in Pulp Fiction.