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We like familiar stuff, which explains why we listen to the same music over and over again. Finally a scientist has tried to figure that out. I've got the story.
Plus, until I injured a foot I was running about 20-24 miles per week. Now a new study says that running that much could lead to an early death. What?? I'm sure this will be controversial, but you'll wanna read it.
And for some reason parents have been giving their new baby boys names that end in a particular letter, way more than other letters. Curious?
Colorado has always had something of a love affair going with their Subarus, but for years it relied heavily on the Outback. A co-worker once told me that it could almost be named the Official Car of Colorado.
But times are changing. Folks in the Rocky Mountains are finding that they can get the same reliability - and, importantly, the same all-wheel-drive functionality - from an Outback sibling. In this case, the Impreza.
Look, you have to keep in mind that not everyone can drop fifty grand on an SUV. Subaru has raised their hand, saying "Um, we've got what you need for less than HALF that." And they do.
A special Opening Day Live Audience Friday means the lovely Amanda from Le Peep brought us some delicious grub. We got the Country Benedict with fresh hollandaise, which Jane could drink by the gallon, yummy fruit blintzes, and the pig. Lots of mouth-watering pig. If you follow your stomach to Le Peep between now and Easter, your child 10 and younger can enter the coloring contest! The lucky winner will get two free Le Peep meals and a Toys R Us gift certificate! Find a Le Peep near you by clicking here.
If you missed this topic on Friday you're going to want to listen to the podcast and have some laughs!
My wife's aunt claims to be a witch and if you make her mad she'll put a HEX on you! (Insert spooky music here)
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The Poisonwood Bible is a story told by the wife and four daughters of Nathan Price, a fierce, evangelical Baptist who takes his family and mission to the Belgian Congo in 1959. They carry with them everything they believe they will need from home, but soon find that all of it—from garden seeds to Scripture—is not very useful in Africa. The book is an epic story of the family's tragic undoing and remarkable reconstruction over the course of three decades in postcolonial Africa.
Imagine a sea of bubbles, and each one contains an entire universe. Some people think this is the coolest idea ever; other people say it gives them a headache. Either way, you gotta check it out. It's in the link below.
Also, I've got the best (and worst) science jokes, courtesy of our nerdy friends at Popular Science. Plus, opening a wine bottle with a shoe (video), voting on the fashion design of the next wave of spacesuits (photos), and a fantastic video explanation of why Thor's hammer would destroy the entire planet if the muscular dude ever dropped it. It's one of my favorite videos of the month.
Got bags under your eyes? Yawning throughout the day? Maybe not getting enough sleep? Well . . . YOU'RE GONNA DIE!!
That's what my doctor said to me. And to make it worse, there's new research that shows what your lack of sleep is doing to your brain . . . and it's not good. I've got details in the link down below.
It's not all bad news this week, though. I'm a fanatic about dark chocolate, and it turns out that your gut is, too. There are good microbes in your stomach that turn dark chocolate into anti-inflammatories, which ultimately is good for your heart (and other parts). Check out that story in the link below.
Plus, I have a somewhat-creepy story about how Siri is a lightweight compared to the computer assistance we're about to get. In fact, computers will soon know what you need BEFORE you ask for it. There's also a segment about how a particular new craze could lead more teenagers to smoking. Sigh.
The car market seems to go through stages where big is in, then big is out, then it’s in again. Gas hits $4.25 a gallon and everyone scrambles back to the small vehicles and hybrids.
Lately the manufacturers have been sprucing up their larger models, and the public has responded. One of the hits has been the Chrysler 300 - which I jokingly refer to as a gangster car, just because of the “I’ll kick your butt” feel it gives off.
But really, it’s a sweetheart. Here’s what I discovered after tooling around for almost a week in the 300C...