A young cousin of mine was fairly sheltered as a small child. His parents didn't let him watch violent movies or play with gunlike toys, and aggressive behavior wasn't tolerated. To work around this, when he became very upset, he'd mimic a gesture he'd learned from Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story wherein he'd bend his…
According to a new poll, LA is the rudest city in the country. I don't buy it — after the jump, a breakdown of rudeness across the country, and my pick for the real rudest place ever.
Do you think that things were better in the fifties? Do you feel that now, we're living in an immoral, STD-riddled age where people are rude to each other? Then you may have written an editorial for The Washington Times.
"'Rude Man' Beaten, Pelted With Pasta" has to be today's odd headline, but the accompanying story raises a serious question: is chivalry dead? Should it be?
Existing in public space is full of annoyances - headphone spillage, loud talkers on cell phones, people who spit sunflower seeds on the floor of the Metro like animals in a barn. But who can ultimately judge what is rude?