Some people are up in arms because they discovered government funded a $1.5 million study to find out why more than 3/4 of lesbians are fat. Now some of you might feel this is a waste of money, especially in these dire times, but I do not. I am seriously interested in finding out why known fish eaters get chubby. Did we get told a lie about a diet that involved more fish than … Read more
Tag Archive: Human behavior
Newspaper die Tageszeitung reports that the governing coalition are soon to amend the country’s Animal Welfare Act to make sex with animals punishable with a fine of up to 25,000 euros ($31,000).
Bestiality was legalised in Germany in 1969, the same year that gay sex was also removed from the criminal code. After that, sex with animals was only punishable if the animal was severely injured.
David Greenberg has a useful take on the Herman Cain business. He talks about the changing of sexual mores in politicis over the last fifty years — how extramarital affairs went from unspoken private behavior to very public and ruinous scandals; how divorce went from politically ruinous to acceptable; how homosexual behavior could once have destroyed a politician but is a smaller problem now. The relevance to Cain:
It may be hard today to imagine
A current phenomena, part of the social network, “everything in my life must be shared because, well, it’s me” society is the public marriage proposal. I really hate these things, unless the guy gets rejected, then it is funny as hell. I suspect that this whole trend feeds in to the “I’m special so events in my life must rivet those around me” attitude that purveys much of today’s Gen Y’ers.
Any first year law … Read more
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DETROIT (WWJ) – According to a new report, 47 percent of Detroiters are ”functionally illiterate.” The alarming new statistics were released by the Detroit Regional Workforce Fund on Wednesday. WWJ Newsradio 950 spoke with the Fund’s Director, Karen Tyler-Ruiz, who explained exactly what this means. “Not able to fill out basic forms, for getting a job — those types of basic everyday (things). Reading a prescription; what’s on the bottle, how