I overheard a conversation on the street the other day. One woman said to another woman, “She’s so lucky. Married 40 years and he never cheated on her.” The other woman sighed as if she’d been passionately kissed. I wondered why never cheating was something to celebrate instead of something to expect. When we begin to admire expected, ordinary, behavior and label it “extraordinary” by inference or by honor — we’re on the short path to the dissolution of civilization where every act and deed is heroic and deserving. The “expected incorruptible” reminded of the story of Monica Brown I recently watched on 60 Minutes. Pvt. Brown was the second woman in USA history to be awarded the Silver Star.