People achieve fame and fortune, then people lose fame and fortune. It's
hard to feel bad for them.
Put a big chunk in CD's and T-Bills, athletes. CD's and T-Bills.
Sad in so many ways....
Skip the bk, man lost a toe. That's tough enough.
How about adding "Rulon Gardner's latest "self-inflicted"
set-back." Also, a little clarification to his Biggest Loser participation,
how about losing weight on the show until he .... quit. First time ever, at that
time, that a contestant and quit. Great example across the board.
I think that is all that needs said. To know the true Rulon would be be very
disappointing. Life choices doesn't exactly show a man of integrity.
I only hope that through this experience he will learn and grow andI wish
him the best for his future.
This personal interest story only is long enough to grab headlines, but is so
short and devoid of any details that it really does a disservice to Rulon
Gardner. What happened? Is there something the reader can sympathize with or
shake our heads is dismay? Where's the humanity in this article besides