Eating For the Perplexed? Reflections on Hot Dog Dominance: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

one of humanity’s greatest competitive eaters, joey chestnut, made history in the park dedicated to one of humanity’s greatest minds. this fourth of july, at the nathan’s hot dog eating contest, mr. chestnut nailed a patriotic 76 tally. a new record and a 14th title. mr. chestnut, perhaps the last remaining figure of american greatness,Continue reading “Eating For the Perplexed? Reflections on Hot Dog Dominance: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Thou Shall Not Steal for Those Who Do Not Steal: Flipping the Script: a Lesson from the Other Moses

some believe that there is a relationship between poverty and crime. do poor people engage in crime due to their station in life? do they steal out of need? if the need was eliminated, would this inclination to steal be eliminated? my opinion differs. from life experience, generally, i do not find the poor toContinue reading “Thou Shall Not Steal for Those Who Do Not Steal: Flipping the Script: a Lesson from the Other Moses”