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Having confirmed his intent to live off of food stamps for a week in response to a Twitter challenge, Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker is inviting followers to join him. The challenge doesn’t begin until next Tuesday, but Booker is laying the prep work, doing what he can to praise the SNAP program as essential while simultaneously pointing out how woefully inadequate it is — funny how so many government entitlement programs fit that description.
If you’d like to participate, here are the rules as they stand now, in handy video form.
What is the most important part of the body: The head or the heart?
This question existed since the dawn of philosophers… and middle school English teachers. We value our intelligence over most things, and for good reason. We traveled to the moon and back and turned communication with others around the globe into child’s play. We even created technology allowing me to write this article at 32,000 feet on a plane traveling near the speed of sound, all thanks to the human brain.
But without the heart, the brain could not exist. That’s why you MUST know these 25 important (and cool) facts about hearts. Some may even save your life… and your intelligence.
1.) According to studies, the more education you have, the less likely you’ll die from heart disease.
2.) Yet heart disease is still the greatest risk of death.
3.) They’ve even found signs of it in 3,000 year old mummies.
4.) The largest heart belongs to the blue whale, at over 1,500 lbs.
5.) Your heart is a super muscle, and it’s used well beyond any other muscle in your body during a lifetime.
6.) Your heart creates enough energy to power a truck for 20 miles a day.
7.) Which means you could drive to the moon AND back on nothing but heart power.
8.) Healthy hearts start with a balance of clean living, low stress, and exercise.
9.) There are 75 trillion cells in your body, and the heart pumps blood to almost all of them.
10.) Your cornea is the only thing doesn’t get them.
11.) Hate waiting for long trains? Well your heart pumps enough blood in a lifetime to fill 200 tankers (1.5 million barrels).
12.) A heart cell, the very first one, starts to beat at 4 weeks.
13.) The days with the most heart attacks are Christmas Day, December 26, and on New Year’s.
If you thought those were mind-blowing, just wait till you see the rest!
Have you ever woken up and felt as if you were floating outside of your own body?
Many who’ve reported having these types of experiences believe they’re caused by spiritual or even paranormal forces, while others think they’re completely faked. But according to a new study by the Aix-Marseille Université in France, out-of-body experiences (OBE) are linked to a perfectly explainable physical issue.
Neuroscientist Christophe Lopez and other researchers compared two sets of 210 patients matched by the same ages and genders. One set had a history of dizziness, while the other did not.
About 14 percent of those who did suffer from dizziness reported having out-of-body experiences. As one stated, it felt “like I’m outside of myself. I feel like I’m not in myself.” Only five percent of those who didn’t experience dizziness reported OBEs.
The study also found that most of those who had dizziness and a history of OBE had experienced OBEs only after they started having dizziness for the first time. Many of those subjects had also been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, depersonalization, or migraines.
According to the researchers, “OBE in patients with dizziness were mainly related to peripheral vestibular disorders,” or inner ear issues that affect the ability to process sensory information and control balance and eye movements. This type of damage to the ears can result in dizziness, vertigo, floating sensations, and lightheadedness.
Cecily McMillan, a graduate student and Occupy Wall Street activist, faces up to seven years in jail for assaulting a New York police officer in 2012. A jury found her guilty today, and a sentencing hearing is set for May 19.
McMillan denied the charge. She claimed that she swung her arm back instinctively only after having one of her breasts grabbed from behind while she was walking out of the park. Her lawyers showed photographs of bruising to her chest to support this. They said McMillan did not know that [Officer Grantley] Bovell was a police officer, and did not intend to hurt him.
Testifying, McMillan said that she had “no memory” of the moment her elbow struck Bovell. “I’m really sorry that officer got hurt,” she said. She has said that she suffered a seizure or anxiety attack after being arrested and subsequently received treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Her lawyers stressed throughout the trial that she was a moderate left-wing political activist who had urged her fellow Occupy members to pursue a path of non-violent engagement with the state.
Supporters of McMillan are planning to meet in New York’s Zuccotti Park Monday afternoon to protest the verdict.
– Can we guess the pizza– – From the crust alone? – Let’s talk about that. (funky electronic music) (fire crackles) – Good Mythical Morning. – And please welcome actor and YouTuber and friend of the show, Shay Mitchell! – Hi guys. – Hey! Welcome back. – Ah, thank you. – Welcome back. – Hey. – Yeah. – Okay now, last time you were here we played Meal or No Meal, and you ate some pretty gross things. – Sure did. – Mm-hmm. – But I think that Link’s vomiting was maybe the worst thing we subjected you to. – Yeah that was probably– – Eat that brain. (Link gags) (crew laughing) (Shay groaning) – Oh no. – Oh my goodness. – Oh no was right. – Yes. – And for some reason you agreed to come back. – And I agreed to come back, what do you know? Yeah.
– You shouldn’t worry though because this time, we’re just gonna be eating pizza crust. – That’s amazing. – Yes. – That sounds good. – And because we’re such nice guys, you don’t even have to eat the pizza, just the crust. It’s time for Adjust Your Disgust and Trust Your Wanderlust As You Blindly Eat Pizza Crust. – I don’t know why you use this voice to talk about pizza crust. – That’s my pizza crust voice. – Do you have a pizza crust voice? – I don’t. Maybe I do now. – Oh. – It just came out. – Okay so we’re gonna be, I’m gonna let it go. We’re gonna be tasting just the crust from five different pizza restaurants which are Little Caesars. – Domino’s. – Papa John’s. – Pizza Hut. – And Costco. – Oh.
– Now how confident are you in your pizza crust identification skills? – To be honest, I was feeling really confident when I knew it was gonna be the whole pizza. But now that you’ve just switched it to the crust, it’s gonna be a little trickier. – Right this is gonna be difficult, I mean, most of the times we don’t even eat the crust. – No exactly, I don’t. – You look at it. – Oh really, y’all are non-crust eaters? I’m a crust eater. – Ho. – I am, that’s what I do. Okay whoever gets the lowest score.
You’re not playing to win, you’re playing not to lose because whoever gets the lowest score will be named the anti-crust. Basically the Satan of pizza. – Okay. – And I have heard there is a costume. – All right. – All right let’s get to it. (funky music) – Round one. – As you can see, we can’t. – Yes. And all of the crust will be delivered to us on the patent pending Crusty Dangle.
– Ooh. – So let’s bring in the first one. – You ever been crusty dangled, Shay? – Nope, sure have not. – Oh okay here it is. – But that was my nickname in high school. (crew laughs) – Oh I keep hitting it, is this it? – I found it. – Are we going? – Bingo. – Mm, oh. – Mm. All right it’s kind of hitting me in the eyes. Which is a bit annoying. – It’s good. – It’s good. – It’s from– – It’s probably good because it’s just the first one we’ve tried. – Probably.
– I would tell ya right now, the moment it hit my taste buds, I was like– – Is it gone now? – I know what this is. – Me too. – I know where this is from. I feel almost 100% sure. – I think it’s gone now. – It’s gone? – You guys ready to guess? – Hold on, you think you’re 100% sure what this is? – What do you think Shay, do you like it? – I like it, you know what. – Do you know what it is? – (sighs) I’m gonna throw a wild guess out there.
– I’ve got a guess. – Okay here we go. Three, two, one. – Little Caesars. – Domino’s. – Oh what did you say? – Domino’s? – Okay Domino’s. – So Link and I both said Little Caesars. – Oh and I know that that was right. I’m not trying to gloat, Shay. – All right, all right. – It’s a little early for that but I guess I’m doing it. Way to go, Rhett. Good job Rhett, you were right. (funky music) – Round two.
– Dangle it. Oh, oh, it hit my forehead. That’s a sharp crust! – Mm, you learn a lot from the smell. – Okay, I went for the middle. ‘Cause I think they’re trying to trick me. – This is also good. – Mm-hmm. – I would say this one’s sweeter. – It is. – Isn’t it a sweeter crust? – A little sweeter. – I like pizza crust, guys. – Me too, who needs the other stuff? Okay. – Just straight up. – This pizza crust is not good though. – You don’t think it’s good? – What? – Too much sugar. – Oh sugar. – I mean I could dip some honey if I want sugar on my crust. (Shay chuckles) – Okay, I have sort of a uninformed guess. – Okay. – All right. – Okay three, two, one. – Costco. – Pizza Hut. – Pizza hut! – Oh ho ho ho yeah! – You guys agree with Pizza Hut? – Yes. – That’s way too small for Pizza Hut. – I don’t think so. – Pizza Hut’s got different kinds of pizza, man.
You been to the buffet? (funky music) – Round three. – All right bring it in. – I always check to see if it’s there, oh it’s not there yet, all right. There it is, all right. – I got a big piece. – It nestles up oh my left nostril. – That is a lot of crust. – Oh God! Geez! – You guys okay? – No. – Are you okay? I think I might have a mild concussion. – I think I’m bleeding a little bit. – Did you guys head butt each other? – Yeah. A little impressive. – But I didn’t get my pizza crust yet. – Okay you go now. I’m done. – I’m going in. – You go, I’m all the way over here. – Oh oh, okay. – This is dry. – It’s bland, isn’t it? – Oh my God, I can’t even swallow it. – It’s a dry, bland pizza crust.
There’s a lot more crust. – It’s caught in my throat. – There’s no love in this crust. – You need the water? – No I got it. Thank you. – You know, they don’t care about it. – There’s no sweet, there’s no garlic, there’s no little like powder stuff, yeah no. – Nothing here so who, man, I’ve already guessed Costco but you guys haven’t. I don’t think their crust is that big. – I’m not gonna say Costco ’cause he just said that that was the best pizza. You said it was pretty good. – Well I just said it was surprisingly good. But I honestly don’t remember what it tastes like. – Do you guys have your answer? – I’ve got an answer. – All right. – Got an answer. I feel a little bad about this but. – Three, two, one.
– Domino’s. – Little Caesars. – Rhett and I agree, you’re Little Caesar in this one? – I’m Little Caesars, yeah. I like Domino’s. – I do too but– – That’s a cheap pizza. – I verily rarely, verily rarely. – You verily rarely? – I verily rarely– – Wow. – Eat just a crust. – Yeah me too but, this is, that was not– – You hit me harder than I thought. – You hit me hard. I’m bleeding, okay? It’s just under my hair. – Anything that gives me an advantage. – Oh man. (funky music) – Round four. – Dangle time. – Is it there? Oh, okay, you go first, Rhett, gosh.
– I’m doing it gently. – Okay go. – I’m moving it away. – All right tell me when you’re done. – Okay I’m good, I’m good. – Okay. – Oh don’t worry about me, I’m just over here eating pizza crust. – Okay. – That’s a good taste. – Not bad. Crunchy. – Well. – It actually, it’s crunchy but it has a doughiness like a– – Mm-hmm. – I got a little tomato sauce on mine. – Oh no that’s cheating! – I’m just kidding! – Okay. – It almost has like a sour doughness. – And the more you chew it, the better it tastes. There’s a reward in the commitment. – Mm-hmm. – Who’s doing sourdough these days? – Hmm. – Huh. – Hardee’s did that one time but they don’t sell pizza. – Hardee’s? – Yeah Carl’s Jr., we call it Hardee’s. – Oh okay. – You like this one? – I like it. – Yeah this one’s a good one. It’s a dark horse. – It is.
– Came out of nowhere. – It’s got a little crunch to it. – I don’t recognize it at all though. – I got this one. – You do? I think I got this one. – Oh, you do? – Uh-huh. – All right. – All right. – Okay three, two, one. – Costco. – Papa John’s. – Yes! – Ah! – Okay. – Oh, I thought we were high-fiving. – I was! – Oh okay. – You can feel my hand with– – I did. I’m very intuitive. – With your senses? – Uh-huh, yeah. – Okay so you guys went Papa John’s. I went Costco. – Man, you’re dissing on the Papa. – Uh-huh. – He probably deserves it. – Mm-hmm. (funky music) – Round five. – Now be honest, have you guys ever been going into a pizza restaurant, you see someone left a slice or two, untouched, have you ever picked it up and eaten a slice just as like a appetizer.
– Okay maybe not at a pizza place but when I was working as a waitress in a restaurant, one time, literally this person, I swear did not touch anything. I may have taken it to the back. (Rhett laughs) – If it’s a perfect triangle, just go for it. – Exactly, exactly. – We did that at a Chinese restaurant with an egg roll. Remember that, Link? – Yeah. Pretty much every time I go. Dangle us. Oh yeah, this is the final now. – This is the final, all right. Okay wait, are you going? – I’m good, I’m good. – Okay, okay. – This is big. – Where is it at? – I can’t do it. – Has mine been bitten already? It tastes, it felt like that. – Mm. Yeah who ate all this pizza? – Yeah. – Ooh. – Hmm. – That’s soft. – Oh. – That’s flavorful. – Crunchy on the outside. – That is good. – This is a good pizza crust. – Thought I’d swish it around like a glass of wine. – Man. – Yeah. – That’s the best one so far. – I agree with that. You think this is the best one? – I kinda do. – Mm-hmm. – It’s thin. – That’s a good pizza crust, y’all.
– Where’s this from? – But who is it? Who’s responsible for this pizza crust? – Hmm. – So gluteny. – It’s so gluteny. – This is, man. Okay, shoot. – Okay. I got a guess. – You wanna try? – All right. – Three, two, one. – Costco. – Papa John’s. – What did you say? – I said Costco. – I’ve never tasted, yeah. – Really? Okay you giving them lots of credit. (Rhett laughs) Papa John’s and Domino’s. Okay so, shall we remove our blindfolds? – Yeah. – Are we good to– – Yeah you can remove. – To learn the results. – But hold on, do you think if you’d been able to see them this whole time you would have been able to guess? – Yeah, yeah. – In fact, don’t even look at it! (crew laughs) – All right Stevie, let us know who’s gonna dress up like the anti-crust? – Link, you have one correct.
– Are you kidding me? – Hold on. – Oh gosh. – That may be in the lead. You never know. – I’m currently in the lead. – Rhett, you have one correct. (Rhett laughs) – Oh my gosh, come on. – But Shay. You have five correct. – What? – Are you kidding? (dance music) ♪ I am not the anti-crust ♪ ♪ I am not the anti-crust ♪ I told you. – You got all of them right, what– – I’ve never had this before. – You have a gift.
You wanna take the Crusty Dangle home with you? – I wanna take the Crusty Dangle home. I want this contraption. That’s– – You have a super power. – I’ve had all of them. I just had never had Costco and I’ve never tasted this flavor before. And Costco was the last one. I told you it was so good! Okay, one of us has gotta be the anti-crust.
Link, you know what, if you wanna start, I’ll finish. – I’m in shock. I can’t freakin’ believe this. – Yeah, we’ve never– – I really like this. – Queen sweep! – Can I take this back? – The queen of the queen sweep, Shay Mitchell. – Wow, that is absolutely phenomenal, you know. – Costco. – You can take the whole rope and everything home. – How does this go? – I want the whole thing. – Have a good time. Okay thanks you Shay for being here. And make sure you– – Thanks you Shay. – I’m just, I’m telling you, you hit me a lot harder than you– (chuckles) – You hit me hard, okay? – Check out her YouTube channel. We tried weird Japanese beauty products on there. – Yes we did. – And thanks for liking, commenting and subscribing. – You say you know what time it is. – You know what time it is. – Crust queen. – I’m Molly. – I’m Jacob. – And we’re from New Bern, North Carolina. Peanut butter. – Will it pizza? – And it’s time to– – Spin the Wheel of Mythicality. – Hello from New Bern. All right click the top link to watch us do a pizza cheese taste test in Good Mythical More.
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Taking your child shopping can be a rough experience. They can be loud, rude, tired or grumpy. It’s a gamble every time you strap your toddler into a basket and walk into a Target. But the next time you’re with your child and they’re throwing a tantrum (or you see a kid about to melt down), have some compassion. Because the odds are they don’t want any part of this experience, either. These 23 kids were absolutely (and hilariously) defeated by their mortal enemy: the shopping trip.
1.) It may not be safe, but it’s definitely fun.
2.) I think you forgot something in aisle 3…
3.) The HORROR.
4.) We’re sorry, kid.
5.) This shopping trip was 30 minutes too long.
6.) This baby just can’t unsee those horrors.
7.) Uh-oh, someone broke their kid.
8.) Punishment: a shopping trip.
9.) Peaceful shopping protests.
10.) What you’re seeing here is a psychological break.
11.) I see what you did there, kid.
12.) He is dreaming of freedom.
13.) Not bad…
14.) But this is expert napping.
15.) Defeat, he has seen it.
16.) The best way to shop is to bring entertainment.
17.) Dragging yourself, the less peaceful form of protest.
18.) Sometimes you have to get creative when you entertain yourself.
19.) Practice your gymnastics? Why not.
20.) He has seen things, man.
21.) Someone got a little confused (it happens to all of us, kid).
22.) At this point, he doesn’t know what hope looks like.
23.) And eventually, they ALL give up.
(H/T BuzzFeed) Parents, you may have won the battle… but you have yet to win the war. Sooner or later these kids will find a way to be victorious when it comes to shopping trips. They’ll most likely get their revenge when they’re finally teenagers. Then they’ll be asking for spending money left and right, it’ll come full circle. Share these hilarious kids by clicking below!
When 32-year-old Florence Leung found out that she was expecting a baby boy, she was over the moon with joy. Sadly, shortly after giving birth, she began suffering from postpartum depression (PPD).
According to Postpartum Progress, one in seven new and pregnant moms suffer from postpartum depression, yet it’s something that’s rarely discussed in mainstream culture. As a result, many women feel that they have to hide the disorder without seeking the help they so desperately need. In some cases, this fear of exposure can be fatal.
Just two months after her son was born, Leung disappeared. A few weeks later, she was found dead near her home in an apparent suicide. Friends and family were devastated. Had they missed warning signs of PPD?
Katherine Stone, CEO and founder of Postpartum Progress, recently sat down with Today to share four signs of PPD that everyone should watch for in new and expecting moms. As someone who has suffered from the disorder firsthand, she knows exactly what she’s talking about.
A little irritability is to be expected when you’re uncomfortably pregnant or caring for a fussy baby, but if a new mom is suffering from uncontrollable rage, it could be a warning sign of PPD. Red flags include things like flying off the handle, screaming and cursing, and getting upset for illogical reasons.
If these are especially out of character for your loved one, encourage them to seek professional help immediately. Remember, it’s not them that’s to blame, but hormones that are coursing through their body.
Remember thisdipstick? Seems the intrepid infiltrator is shopping for a book deal. No, really.
Can’t say no one saw this coming: Gawker’s Fox News informant, Joe Muto, is taking meetings with publishers this week for a proposed book about his eight years inside the cable news network, tentatively titled An Atheist in the Foxhole.
A handsome advance might help to offset any impending legal headache (especially since Mr. Muto claimed to have been “blackballed” by other news outlets for having worked for Fox), and the proposal promises plenty of Daily Kos catnip not yet published on Gawker.
Unlike MediaMatters.org’s straight-faced The Fox Effect and Gabriel Sherman’s forthcoming (and reportedly deeply reported) The Loudest Voice in the Room, Mr. Muto’s book is pitched as a How to Lose Friends and Alienate People-style industry memoir in a Dave Barry/David Sedaris tone. The proposal outlines chapters devoted to the “cheapness and stinginess” of Fox News (“cannot be overstated”), Mr. O’Reilly’s morning ritual (“lots of yelling”) and—“in what’s certain to be the most talked about chapter of the book”—the 2004 sexual harassment suit filed against Mr. O’Reilly.
Should be riveting stuff.
@sarahbellumd Anyone stupid enough to get caught as fast as he did should get a fist to the face, not a book contract #fact