(yes, it’s the wrong band reference, but) There goes my hero…
BREAKING: Representative: Rocker Chris Cornell has died at age 52 in Detroit.
— The Associated Press (@AP) May 18, 2017
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RIP Chris. No words for it. Absolutely gutted.
Oops! -Fixed, Part MCMXCL,…:
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Should be up now. (fingers-crossed)
Apologies for any inconvenience to all the past subscribers.
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It IS A New Thing Every Year, Isn’t It?:
As we’ve already seen from our friend/arch-enemy/frenemy, Jim Gaffigan, some people just can’t get on the Kale bandwagon.
On the other hand, many people seem to run their health-programs based only on what’s new for the year.
-As Übertool describes here…Read More >
My Favorite Martian:
In addition to being one of the oddest and most sarcastic people on Earth like, you’ve-got-me-so-confused-I-don’t-know-who-I-am-anymore sarcastic,
Parks & Recreation’s Aubrey Plaza has apparently thought a lot about both staying young and how to behave gracefully if/when she ever does get old.
-As Conan O’Brien finds out in this interview…Read More >
Capitalism’s Unfortunate Downside:
A little while ago, I found a very shocking statistic.
Though we didn’t have government health insurance until recently, the the stat said the US spends the most money on healthcare; -in the entire world.
The closest competitor to us was Switzerland. And even though you wouldn’t expect to see people dropping like flies in a “rough” place like that, we still spent more.
So in this video, John Green of Vlog Brothers and Mental Floss fame turns some research into a newer, more internet-ified picture of why it costs so much here…Read More >
La France, vous êtes tous dans nos pensées et nos prières.
-Vos amis Américains.
Well, NatGeo has started putting on a new series, and it’s right in-line with just about everything this site would ever hope to be about. -Just in video format.
It’s on Sundays, 9/8C and we’re already starting to get to the good stuff like, “More Than Human”, “Decoding The Brain”, and “The Age of Aging”.
So, while you’re waiting for the next installment, check out their trippily-animated, Hayden Planetarium-meets-Minority Report-On-LSD website.
A linked-list of the major sections is below, to help you sift through & target the content you’d like to check out…
It turns out that proper bedroom temperature & ultimately body temperature are vital to good sleep.
And while the National Sleep Foundation recommends the room be between 60 and 67 degrees, individual needs end up being,… -well; very individual. -And problemmatic.
So: The Science of Us jumps in to the rescue! Their answer? -Feet!…