Aaron Gell

Aaron Gell is an editor-at-large for Task & Purpose. He has written for the New York Times, Maxim, and numerous other publications.

Recent articles from Aaron Gell

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Metallica’s Frontman Narrates A Documentary About Porn Addiction
The lead singer of Metallica is now the voice of a new anti-porn documentary.
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How To Get A Special-Edition Commemorative Donald Trump Coin
A Russian metal working company has minted 45 special-edition coins to commemorate President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.
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Now’s Your Chance To Command Your Own Private Air Force
The company is selling 20 aircraft, plus spare parts, for just $200,000.
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Wingsuited Madman Risks His Life for Veterans Charity
One of the most experienced wingsuiters in the world is making a big jump to raise money for veterans.
U.S. Congressman Steve Russell of Oklahoma joins Soldiers assigned to Multinational Battle Group-East, Dec. 18, at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo.
This Army Ranger-Turned-Congressman Just Ripped Dems For Mattis Objections
Rep. Steve Russell of Oklahoma is an Army Ranger veteran. He had some pretty strong accusations for Democrats opposing retired Marine Gen. James Mattis.
College Students Receive Trigger Warnings Over Images Of The Crucifixion
Students at this university have been warned about distressing images while studying the crucifixion of Jesus.
Actor Mark Wahlberg poses for photographers during the photo call of the film 'Deepwater', in Rome, Monday, Oct. 3, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Mark Wahlberg Thinks Celebrities Need to Shut Up About Politics
The star of the new terrorism drama, “Patriots Day,” spoke to Task & Purpose about how out of touch Hollywood is with the average American.