Sunday, October 24, 2010

"Scaled Back"

Wrangler Jeans has scaled back on their TV ads featuring Brett Favre. Mainly because Brett Favre isn't known for wearing pants anymore.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s approval ratings have dropped to an all time low. What's the deal with Presidents and low ratings these days?

The CDC says that up to one third of American adults could have diabetes by 2050. Or at least it would seem that way.

A California woman drove several months with the dead body of a homeless woman in her passenger seat. And she still had new car smell.

South Africa is considering banning vuvuzelas after fans threw some onto the field at a soccer game. Who would have thought in a million years that vuvuzelas would be banned for a reason different than people being annoyed?

A study says that clenching your muscles can help boost willpower to achieve certain goals. This study was conducted by old guys on the toilet.

The creators of “South Park” have apologized for using other writers’ lines. Haha! That's what she said!

400.000 leaked government documents about the War in Iraq portray a nation that is weak and divided. The real question is, which nation is that: Iraq or the US?

MySpace admits sharing user data with advertisers. Who do they think they are, Facebook?

The cast of “Jersey Shore” fought on a recent show over which of them is the most fake. In the end, everybody won.

A new blood test may help detect schizophrenia. Here's how it works: if you have more than one blood type, you are schizophrenic.

A new book explains why overachievers tend to choke under pressure. This book is entitled "New York Yankees".

Scientists at UCLA are developing a battery that is smaller than a grain of salt. Talk about a salt and battery.

Scientists in Israel have developed material that could lead to the toughest body armor ever. In America, we call that "Body fat".

That's all for today! More tomorrow!

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