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While we’re censoring lads’ mags, let’s put women’s glossies in modesty bags – Telegraph

20 Greatest Cosmo Headlines | Thought Catalog

19. Untamed Va-jay-jays: Guess What Sexy Style Is Back

You Probably Won’t Be Able to Text ‘I Could Be the Next Obama’ From Your iPhone — Just Try It | Video |

If you want to try it for yourself, write the phrase with no quotation marks, no period at the end of the sentence and a space after the last “a” in “” (the space is very important), like this:


Michelle Obama takes credit for decline in childhood obesity that began a decade ago | Twitchy

According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) earlier today, rates among low-income preschoolers modestly declined in 19 U.S. states and territories between 2008 and 2011.

Colorado landlord to Marine: Get rid of your guns or get out; Update: Landlord cancels policy « Hot Air

Gut-check time for gun-loving conservatives: We’re dealing with a private landlord here, not a state actor, in which case does the Marine have any argument that his Second Amendment rights trump the owner’s property rights? Businesses can from their premises, no? Why can’t a landlord?

Living to 120 and Beyond: Americans’ Views on Aging, Medical Advances and Radical Life Extension | Pew Research Center’s Religion & Public Life Project

With falling birthrates and rising life expectancies, the U.S. population is rapidly aging. By 2050, according to U.S. Census Bureau projections, one-in-five Americans will be 65 or older, and at least 400,000 will be 100 or older.1 Some futurists think even more radical changes are coming, including medical treatments that could slow, stop or reverse the aging process and allow humans to remain healthy and productive to the age of 120 or more. The possibility that extraordinary life spans could become ordinary life spans no longer seems far-fetched. A recent issue of National Geographic , for example, carried a picture of a baby on its cover with the headline: “This Baby Will Live To Be 120.”

Girls commit dating violence as often as boys, studies show – NBC

Slightly more boys – 23 percent – than girls – 18 percent – reported perpetrating at least one act of sexual violence.