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 Houston 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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