A Person's Height Does Play a Role in Paranoia and Self-Esteem

Being short and experiencing the world from an angle of reduced height can make a person feel vulnerable, inferior, and mistrustful and increase their paranoia, according to new research. » 1/29/14 11:20am 1/29/14 11:20am

Improv comedian Dennis O'Toole has noticed a trend » 8/14/08 12:20pm 8/14/08 12:20pm in people he sees as "the greatest Americans," they are all short men: Martin Luther King, Jr., Bob Dylan, Tom Cruise, and even that melting ball of dough, John McCain, all clock in around 5 feet 7 inches. O'Toole is himself a man of shorter stature and sees his lack…