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More Things to Worry About

A homeless man in Houston, Tex., a veteran of five yrs of street-begging, can now be contributed to on his website (Seriously, but it's all on the up-and-up.) KTRK-TV (Houston) /// PimpThisBum

A 50-yr-old man in Cape Cod, Mass., found out the hard way that if a younger man is not polite, that younger man is also more likely to get violent when you point out how rude he is. Associated Press via Yahoo

Two words: "turkey rapists"! Brisbane Courier-Mail

Recurring Themes: Your life-expectancy drops if you like to walk on railroad tracks listening to music with earphones, but on the other hand, if you go out drinking, get skunked, fall in front of an oncoming train, and get part of your leg whacked off, that's mostly not your fault. Associated Press via Belleville (Ill.) News-Democrat /// New York Post

At last weekend's AAAS (science) convention, a Princeton researcher presented brain-scan evidence backing the general belief that men see yowza!-dressed women as pure objects. (Bonus: The only brain activity comparable in the research is for how men see drug addicts and the homeless.) National Geographic News
     Posted By: Chuck - Thu Feb 19, 2009
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<>b>Panhandler's Web Site</b> Wow! I just donate a grand to this poor helpless person. NOT!

turkey rapists Maybe there was something about Franklin wanting to name turkeys as our national bird. They do seem to take after politicians.

Women as Objects Yea, so? Once again the nerds had to spend time and money proving what everyone with an IQ higher than a moron knows.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 02/19/09 at 10:14 AM
Soggy - That is a funny joke until your 8 year old daughter comes home from school singing it.
Posted by Madd Maxx on 02/19/09 at 12:19 PM
Speaking from the female perspective, I object to being viewed as an object. Well...unless there's money to be had..
Posted by Skitt in SW USA on 02/19/09 at 01:21 PM
"Brain scans revealed that when men are shown pictures of scantily clad women, the region of the brain associated with tool use lights up."

Tool Use!

Come on, how am I the first to see that! I am sooooooo disappointed in all of you usual suspects that didn't see that and had to wait for me. Classic literature from NatGeo!

:lol:
Posted by DownCrisis on 02/20/09 at 12:17 AM
great catch downcrisis! :lol: and just remember boys, always use the right tool for the job! 😜
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 02/20/09 at 06:26 AM
oh don't be bitter sweetie, i think you're handsome! 💋
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 02/20/09 at 05:25 PM
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