The Do-Gooders Who Got a Hard Lesson in the Existence of Evil

In 2001, believing he was Superman and could fly, a third-grade boy named Julian Roman attempted to jump rooftops in the Bronx.  Julian died after slipping and smashing into an air conditioner protruding from an apartment window below.  At the time of Julian's death, in Manalapan, New Jersey, a boy named Jay Austin was cultivating a Superman mentality similar to the one that cost Julian his life.   Born in New York, Jay grew up in Monmouth County, attended the University of Delaware, and earned a master's degree from Georgetown University.  It was at Georgetown that Jay met fellow unicorn-chaser Lauren Geoghegan.  Austin, a vegan, spent his days advocating for sustainable living, worked for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) during the Obama administration, and owned a trendy micro-house he parked in Washington, D.C. In 2017, Jay decided to follow in Julian Roman's footsteps and tempt...(Read Full Article)

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