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If a coward loses a fight against the helpless, does that make him a hero? Sadly, no.

15 Idiots Taking Out Their Anger on Inanimate Objects and Losing [Click to animate]

If a coward loses a fight against the helpless, does that make him a hero? Sadly, no.

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Will Hines regrets everything, and these are his humbly planned Oscar daydreams.
Everyone daydreams about winning an Academy Award, and you can tell a lot about a person from the particular daydream he or she has. Me? I picture myself winning the award for Best Adapted Screenplay. It feels too arrogant to imagine winning Best Actor or Best Picture. Best Adapted Screenplay seems like a reasonable level of success to shoot for, even in fantasy. And I prefer being seen as a writer more than an actor. It seems smarter. I even prefer the idea of winning “adapted” instead of original since it feels more humble to serve an existing work. Mind you, I often confuse “humble” with “unconfident.” [Keep Reading]

Will Hines regrets everything, and these are his humbly planned Oscar daydreams.

Everyone daydreams about winning an Academy Award, and you can tell a lot about a person from the particular daydream he or she has. 

Me? I picture myself winning the award for Best Adapted Screenplay. 

It feels too arrogant to imagine winning Best Actor or Best Picture. Best Adapted Screenplay seems like a reasonable level of success to shoot for, even in fantasy. And I prefer being seen as a writer more than an actor. It seems smarter. I even prefer the idea of winning “adapted” instead of original since it feels more humble to serve an existing work. Mind you, I often confuse “humble” with “unconfident.” [Keep Reading]

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