By Steven Sutton Peer pressure. It’s one of those times where every day is Purim, Purim with a social media. You see all of these people doing things that you don’t like, but do it for popularity. You see them doing things in their costumes with friends. You look around and say, “I want to be cool.” You start putting on acts and slipping on your costume. As they see you being one of them, they “like” you. It maybe fun for a day, but, after, you feel like you are on a Broadway show with thousands of fake friends and not experiencing what life is about. You have to be true and ship out your costume and go on with your life. Turn around to those kids laughing by themselves, the real cool kids. Their posts you should ignore.