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Debunking The Misery Myth: 10 Reasons NYC Is The Happiest City In The US

There’s been a lot of media chatter lately about NYC residents and their misery. NYC is the most miserable city in the US actually, according to data gathered from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. What most have failed to mention is that much of the data was collected through surveys known as the […]

Life

Why I Won’t Tell My Kids It’s Cool To Be Different

My friend Vinny is classically cool. Already, we’re dealing in vague terms: Vinny is classic surfer bro cool. He has flowing blonde hair, talks about “getting pitted” and describes things as gnarly. I’m sure he knows several Dispatch songs on guitar. But despite being a walking, talking cliché, he’s also a sweetheart: funny, kind, affable […]

TV

Holy 90s, Batman! This Guy Has A Tattoo Of Mr. Feeney From ‘Boy Meets World’

Mr. Feeney, from “Boy Meets World,” is arguably the greatest fictional teacher ever. He certainly gives Dumbledore, Walter White and Mr. Miyagi a run for their money. So, it’s no wonder that one genius got an awesome tattoo of the modern-day sage. The genius’ name is Adam Patrick. He’s 27, lives in Rochester and is […]

Humor

Man Post Flyers Around New York In The Hopes Of Finding A Girlfriend (Photo)

In this day and age, there is no shortage of ways to find a potential romantic partner. There are oddly specific dating websites and countless apps that can actually be used for more than hooking up, but there’s still no guarantee that you’re going to find someone who’s right for you. One man in New […]

World

This Is What Would Happen If We Focused More On Poverty And Less On Celebrities

We all know that our culture is obsessed with celebrity. But imagine if we weren’t. Imagine if we could channel all that energy we put into caring about trivial nonsense into something useful. That’s the question this genius marketing question poses. Specifically, it asks, What if we cared about those living in poverty as much […]