So, I know I'm a few days late on this, but it's really bothering me. Last Friday, Nik Wallenda, successfully became the first person ever to cross Niagara Falls on a tightrope. Now here's the deal - I admit he's talented, crazy, lucky - however you want to describe him, but why all the fuss? Why were hundreds of thousands of people glued to their TV's on Friday night to see him do this? Were people hoping cheer him on as he defied the odds and avoids a tragic accident where he falls to his death?