One found marijuana increased driving risks. The other didn't.
Last year, The Huffington Post wrote that “The NFL Has A Quarterback Concussion Problem.” They were right. Quarterbacks like
"How many lives does a cat have?" Popsicle stick jokes just got a whole lot funnier with Matt Moore and Jason Kreher's Schadenfreezers
Matt Moore, the so-called "ex-gay" Christian blogger who was exposed for being on the gay-dating app Grindr in February, says in a new interview that he wasn’t looking for sex on Grindr.
“Basically I just wanted to see who was on it and who was around me,” Moore, a 24-year-old a blogger for the Christian Post
Valentine's Day traditionally brings several pages in newspaper classified sections featuring tiny black hearts followed by romantic messages. Perhaps it's a blessing that print editions are dying -- there's something creepy about all those black hearts, as if they bear a curse.
Last week Matt Moore, a blogger for the Christian Post and an advocate of the "ex-gay" movement, was discovered actively using the gay hookup app Grindr. Moore wants to stop others from engaging in a life of homosexual sin, yet he is trolling Grindr, presumably looking for gay sex.
By propagating the dangerous and discredited "ex-gay" myth through his writings and activism, Moore has legitimized a culture of religion-based bigotry that causes many vulnerable LGBT youth to experience depression and anxiety, abuse drugs and attempt suicide.
The world will tell you to embrace your homosexual desires because it'll make you happy in this life," he said. "Jesus tells
"I am wrong in having been on grindr. I haven’t changed my views on homosexuality, the bible, etc.," he said to Jones. "Creating