(This concluding section wants to go in a number of directions which I resist here, but will try to pick up in subsequent posts. One is the idea that revisiting stories helps us to think about what story-telling is and what it is for, and whether it is always the best means by which to understand what happens to us – an argument I’ve raised before via Strawsen’s opposition between the narrative tendency and the episodic viewpoint. 825 more words
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — He’s gone from cyber-bullied to celebrated in a very short time.
The Dancing Man was in Los Angeles Saturday to be celebrated as the guest of honor at a huge dance party. 262 more words
There’s a wonderful heart-warming story of Sean O’Brien aka #TheDancingMan going around the web at the moment.
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A man “fat-shamed” on social media after a video of him dancing was posted online has got his own back by partying with celebrities in
The British man who was body-shamed online for dancing at a concert finally had his happy ending. Thanks to the Internet, Sean O’Brien, 46, enjoyed the party of a lifetime in Los Angeles on Saturday night, with Moby, … 268 more words