How Plane Bae Teaches Us That Other People’s Lives Are Not A Movie For Us To Watch

Andy Warhol’s maxim about the distant time when everyone would have their fifteen minutes of fame has now been fully realized. Sometimes it’s jamming in front of a Kroger, sometimes it’s being handsome while working at Target, sometimes it’s stopping someone from burning a Qu’ran. Whatever it is, though, those brief moments of fame are often intoxicating. Last week, four Dallas residents had their own brush with viral fame: actors and comedians Rosey Blair and Hardaway; Eaun Holden, a former semi-pro soccer player; and a woman named Helen, who wanted no part of any of it. And it all started on a flight from New York to Dallas on a Tuesday afternoon. Blair and Helen were seated next to one another, while Hardaway was seated…View Original Post

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