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Who knew that brushing your teeth and flossing would help you live longer? And if you walk faster than your friends, you'll probably outlive them. This week's News For Nerds includes a story about the strange factors that help to determine how long you'll live. I've got the info in the link down below.
Lots of people get excited about Daylight Savings Time, although a few people hate it. But why do we have it in the first place? Well, the Germans were the first to actually do it, but we finally joined the fun - well, everyone except Arizona and Hawaii. Get the full poop below.
Plus, some quickies this week: If you drop your Snickers bar on the ground, you'll want to know if the Five-Second-Rule is real or bogus, and I can tell you that answer. There's also an interesting story about childhood obesity and its effects on school grades (especially with girls). And your cool video this week spotlights an ant fight. It's crazy!
1. You must get APPROVAL from your school to bring Emily as your date. 2. Your son or daughter must make a fun video, asking Emily to be their date. -The video must be 2 minutes OR LESS. 3. The finalist's videos will be posted, and voted upon by our listeners. Most likes wins!
4. The winner will get Dom to provide a stylish ride, Emily will be the lovely date, and...
***Mark Andrew will DJ the prom FOR FREE!***
5. Videos must be submitted by 6pm on Sunday March 23.
- Email videos to: email@example.com
6. The winner will be announced on Monday, March 31.
Good luck...And tell your kid to get ready to shake it like a Polaroid picture!
There's a good chance that you've seen the hit movie starring Sean Connery and Alec Baldwin, but this is definitely one of those occasions where the book far outshines the cinematic version.
The Hunt for Red October was Tom Clancy's debut novel. Up until that point he was an insurance salesman; he wrote novels - including Red October - in his spare time.
Apparently the practice paid off, because this adventure/thriller is terrific.
The story centers on a Soviet (yes, the book is set in the 1980s, when the USSR was still a superpower) submarine commander, Marko Ramius. Ramius is bent on revenge against the Soviet regime that he feels contributed to the death of his wife. Plus, he's fed up after watching a lifetime of injustice, including the activities of his father, a dedicated communist.
Ramius commands his nation's first super sub - the Red October - when it is launched. The submarine is fitted with a new, stealthy form of propulsion (a "caterpillar" drive) that renders it practically invisible to enemy detection; it conceivably could cruise right up to New York City without America's defense network knowing anything at all.
But instead of running through the usual tests and scripted war games, Ramius plans to defect, and to turn this new, deadly war machine over to the United States. Before doing so, however, he sends a letter to the head of the Soviet navy, outlining what he has in mind.
The result is a wild chase through the Atlantic. The Russian military wants to destroy Ramius and the ship before he can turn it over, and the Americans want to find the Red October to keep it for themselves.
Clancy introduces us to CIA analyst Jack Ryan, who would become a continuing character in other books. In The Hunt for Red October, Ryan is the man who must convince the White House that Ramius isn't trying to launch nuclear weapons; he's trying to hand over the greatest military prize ever.
We started our Valentine's Day with Le Peep, and it was perfection. If you'd like to start your day with a loving helping of Le Peep goodness, you should know that there is a great special today only. You and your sweetie will enjoy a glass of fresh OJ and coffee each, an entree each, and a cute plate of sweetheart pancakes to share. This beautiful deal is only $19.99... Even cupid can afford that! Find a Le Peep near you by clicking here. Kisses!
You fall in love, you start acting weird. C'mon, you know it's true. Well, some researchers think it's because "falling in love" is not an emotion, but rather a drive. Your brain is being flooded with chemicals that make you . . . well, weird. I've got details in this week's News For Nerds.
Plus, are Olympic champions born, or created through training? Or both? Well, one country is betting on the "born" aspect, and you might be interested to learn how they're using genetic testing on ten-year-olds to find future champions.
Along with those stories you'll see that skim milk might NOT be better for you than whole milk, and this week's super-cool video comes from a place that's super-hot. You gotta see it.
Bob Marley, no not that one, the wet-your-pants-he's-so-funny one is at Comedy Works this weekend! You're in for a treat if you get tickets to see this wicked talented comedian. He's been on all the late night shows, VH1, and Comedy Central AND he set a record for the Guinness Book of World Records with the longest stand-up routine by performing over 40 hours without repeating any material. Get tickets here, and enjoy!