I have a quick story to share concerning this issue. I've been a little worried myself lately about how girls will react when I tell them that I don't fap/watch porn. Well, last night a girl texted me asking how my weekend was, yadda yadda. We texted for probably a couple hours. Anyways, at one point she asked what I was doing and I told her I was watching a movie. She said, "if you want real entertainment why not watch porn? " I think she was trying to get me to sext with her or something idk.
Chicken McNuggets 'Addict' Collapses
By Samantha BonarMon., Jan. 30 2012 at 2:18 PM
A 10-piece serving of McNuggets packs 470 calories, 270 of those pure fat.
McDonald's Chicken McNuggets are causing all sorts of mayhem lately. First there was the woman who allegedly tried to trade sex for McNuggets (no word on what kind of dipping sauce she wanted). Now, a British teenager allegedly has collapsed after a lifetime of eating McNuggets, and only McNuggets.
A Combination of Dopamine Genes Predicts Success by Professional Wall Street Traders
Steve Sapra1, Laura E. Beavin1, Paul J. Zak1,2,3*
Fear dementia? Your diet, weight more important than genes, experts say
January 26th, 2012 in Diseases
Anyone who has a close relative with Alzheimer's shares the same worry: Am I next? However, a growing body of research indicates that our lifestyles - particularly what we eat and whether we're obese - play a greater role than our genes in determining our brain health as we age.
Researchers in the US have linked cultural obsession with social media - BlackBerrys, Facebook, Twitter and other devices of the digital age - with the same insidious neural pathways that trigger cravings in alcoholics and drug addicts. What's more, residents living abroad in predominantly expatriate cities such as Abu Dhabi and Dubai, where Facebook and MySpace are overwhelmingly popular, may be especially at risk.
DISCONNECTED: A day without media
By Amanda Gage
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
KU students spent 24 hours disconnected from media.
“This year for Ramadan I fasted. No food or beverage of any kind other than water between sun up and sun down. It was, without a doubt, one of the hardest things I have ever done. The media fast was harder.”
-Kirsten Stelsad, freshman from Overland Park
From a blogger - listen to a snippet of a BBC radio program on kids and porn.
Today I heard a troubling discussion of the phenomenon of Internet pornography addiction amongst youngsters. Anecdotal evidence suggests that this may be widespread. In the public interest I have converted the relevant part of the BBC Radio 4 programme (Broadcasting House) into an mp3 and => made it available to you <=. I hope this won’t upset the BBC!
Technology connects to students’ identity
By Katie Dawson | IDS | January 19, 2012
After a life full of technology, students are addicted.
The preoccupation with electronics and the need to be constantly connected has led students to feel a need to check their computers, phones or iPods even when they’re not supposed to, IU journalism professor and researcher on technology and identity Hans Ibold said.
Cellular Workout: Autophagy, the cell’s recycling system, may be responsible for the health benefits of exercise.
By Megan Scudellari | January 18, 2012