‘Jersey Shore’ star JWoww and her impressive — possibly purchased — chest splashed themselves all over the cover of the January issue of Maxim magazine, and the accompanying interview was almost as revealing as the photos.
At first glance, the young lady in this video seems to be taking part in some sort of scientific study as she sits patiently next to a guy at a desk. Suddenly it becomes creepily apparent she isn’t a young lady at all — or even a human for that matter. She’s entirely robotic.
Students at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY often spend more than half their waking hours practicing their respective instruments. What’s not common practice, however, is a different kind of training spearheaded by one of the university teachers — boxing.
Being in prison is supposed to be an unpleasant deterrent to crime but a few wealthy drug lords at the maximum Federal Detention Center in Miami are reportedly getting some rather unusual perks: strippers and pole dancers.
Question for you guys — when you played video games as young men, did you ever get so frustrated that you threw the controller across the room and suffered through a screaming, clawing tantrum? Well, it may not be entirely your fault.
Adding to the growing evidence suggesting violent video games may make people more aggressive, a new study shows young men who play them had decreased activity in the brain areas associated with inhibition, attention and decision-making. FYI, less inhibition can mean more aggression.
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