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They lived a very simple life without many frills. There seems to be none like him left?

Harry & Bess Truman

Harry Truman was a different kind of President. He probably made as many, or more important decisions regarding our nation’s history as any of the other 32 Presidents preceding him. However, a measure of his greatness may rest on what he did after he left the White House. The only asset he had when he died was the house he lived in, which was in Independence Missouri . His wife had inherited the house from her mother and father and other than their years in the White House, they lived their entire lives there. When he retired from office in 1952 his income was a U.S. Army pension reported to have been $13,507.72 a year. Congress, noting that he was paying for his stamps and personally licking them, granted him an ‘allowance’ and, later, a retroactive pension of $25,000 per year. After President Eisenhower was inaugurated, Harry and Bess drove home to Missouri by themselves. There was no Secret Service following them. When offered corporate positions at large salaries, he declined, stating,

“You don’t want me. You want the office of the President, and that doesn’t belong to me.. It belongs to the American people and it’s not for sale.” Even later, on May 6, 1971, when Congress was preparing to award him the Medal of Honor on his 87th birthday, he refused to accept it, writing, “I don’t consider that I have done anything which should be the reason for any award, Congressional or otherwise.” As president he paid for all of his own travel expenses and food. Modern politicians have found a new level of success in cashing in on the Presidency, resulting in untold wealth. Today, too many in Congress also have found a way to become quite wealthy while enjoying the fruits of their offices. Political offices are now for sale (ie. Illinois ). Good old Harry Truman was correct when he observed, “My choices in life were either to be a piano player in a whore house or a politician. And to tell the truth, there’s hardly any difference!”

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You have probably heard the old saying that “ anybody can Richard Matz, grow up to be president. But, not everybody is cut out to be PresiPublisher dent. It takes a special kind of person, someone tough, smart, and driven, just to run for the job. It takes still more talent and character to hold up under the pressures of life in the White House. The President must be a great motivator and smart enough to select the absolute best people for the appointed positions the President is responsible for filling. He also has to be humble enough to listen and act on the opinions of those smart people he selected. Sorry for the use of that “he” pronoun but we haven’t had a female president yet. While the history books glorify presidents who start wars that abuse their power, the truly great presidents are the ones strong enough to avoid using their power to attempt anything which is impossible. A truly great president does not intervene in other countries except for defense and does not intervene in the economy because he realizes that such actions are counterproductive. A truly great president also stays out of the peoples personal lives, except for truly defensive purposes (ie. punishing violent crimes) A great president is not one who desires to roll other people, but one who desires to rule as little as necessary. — Richard Matz, Publisher.

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Wanna be a great President, gotta have a good hair One of the needed attributes you need to become president of the United States is a great head of hair. Proof positive is in the pictures below. So all you wannabe presidents, look in the mirror and check out your coif. In recent memory, especially since when you could see these guys on TV, our commanders-in-chief have been blessed with the good hair gene. In fact, you have to go all the way back to the 1950s and Dwight Eisenhower to find a bald-headed president. Even if they go significantly more grey while in office, like Presidents Obama and George W. Bush, our presidents seem to have pretty healthy heads of hair. Perhaps it’s no coincidence that many of those aspiring to the office are blessed with good hair genes, too. Look at Mitt Romney, or even John Edwards back in 2008. Edwards reportedly went all out for his hair, spending as much as $400 for a haircut. Wait until he sees the haircut he could get in prison, but that’s another story. The point is: In the age of television, appearance matters. I don’t expect we’ll elect another bald president anytime soon, which is too bad. There are undoubtedly a lot of qualified bald people out there. Anyways, all this got us wondering if there’s something magical about good hair and politicians.

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Making ‘you’ a priority is the way to happy As women we are lauded for our innate abilities to multi-task.  I can personally type an email, while on the phone and gesturing for someone to come into my office to take a seat.  Career women have achieved the Super Woman status and feel they must have it all…     Women are filling several full-time responsibilities “part-time” and the sad reality is that very often the SHE is the person SHE neglects the most.  If Mommy, Wife, Supervisor, Boss is tired; drained or exhausted everyone suffers.  It’s great to do all, know all and be all but understand that there MUST be time set aside specifically for you.  Abraham Maslow’s was a psy-

chologist that established a well-respected Hierarchy of (human) Needs which is made up of five distinct categories.  The needs are listed from 1 to 5, with 1 being the most basic.  The principle is simple…  If one’s physiological needs aren’t met, they can’t focus on their safety needs or belongingness and so forth.  The five needs are: 1. Physiological Needs: Oxygen,

Food, Water, Sex, Sleep, Warmth 2.  Safety Needs: Protection, Security, Order, Law, Limit, Stability  3.  Belongingness / Love Needs: Family, Affection, Relationships 4.  Esteem Needs: Achievement, Status, Responsibility, Reputation 5.  Self-Actualization Needs: Personal Growth, Fulfillment Understanding Maslow’s hierarchy will help you understand the importance of ensuring your needs are met.  Part of the safety brief when flying on an airplane is for parents to telling parents to put the oxygen masks on themselves BEFORE putting the mask on their children; because if the parent passes out there will be no one to take

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Addiction is an equal opportunity destroyer I HATE MEETINGS! I despise any thought of God or a higher power. I hate anyone who works a recovery “program.” To those of you who know me, I wish a long life of suffering. As for your family and the sorry lot who might still care, I look forward to seeing their faces as you slowly die before their eyes. But where are my manners? Allow me to introduce myself… I am the disease of alcoholism and addiction. Cunning, baffling and powerful; that’s

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How to lose weight faster, healthier and successfully You hear all the time that to lose weight properly, you should track what you eat. Personally, as someone who has lost and maintained that loss of over 100 pounds, I will say that daily food and fitness tracking is one of the top three things that keeps me on point and directed to my goal. More than just tracking food intake, I track my sleep, mentality, fitness and water. At the end of the week I can compare and contrast a good week from a bad week using all of those factors. In a study from from Kaiser Permanente’s Center Health Research. 1,685 overweight and obese adults (men and women), whose average weight was 212 pounds, participated in a study that encouraged them to plan their eating, reduce calories, eat clean and record their daily food intake and fitness routines. After 20 weeks, the average weight loss was 13 pounds per person. But researchers discovered something else; the more participants recorded what they ate, the more weight they lost in the end. Those who did not actively food track lost an average only 9 lbs., and those who did lost an average of 18 lbs. By tracking your food, you become

more accountable to your own actions. If you know you’re going to have to record that candy bar on your food tracker, you might think twice about eating it. Tracking your food allows you to also be aware of what’s in the food you are preparing. Having the mindset that you eat healthy doesn’t always add up to your true actions. What is in your food? How is it affecting your body? Do your choices align with your goals? Your health goals success is directly

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Marines plan troop cuts Congressionally mandated budget cuts will force the Marine Corps to trim the “strategy-driven” force design it had envisioned and shift toward reduced troop strength said Maj. Gen. Kenneth McKenzie Jr., the Marine representative for the Defense Department’s Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) being prepared for release in February 2014. The end strength reduction would require a 1-to-2 dwell force ratio, assigning Marines to six months of deployment, followed by

12 at home. The cut from the current 194,000 troops would be accomplished by 2017, McKenzie said, adding that if sequestration continued, the “lowest risk band” option the Corps could handle would be 174,000. The Marines’ plan also involves cutting tanks and artillery, eliminating a three-star expeditionary force headquarters command in Camp Lejeune, N.C., and deemphasizing long-term stabilization activities such as cooperative threat-response exercises with allies.

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Media reports last year identified potential changes to rules governing things such as make-up and fingernail polish, hair styles, body piercings, and We can help prepare both military the length of sideburns, among other and civilian personnel. items. Chandler, however, only confirmed changes to the policy on tattoos. Under the new policy, new recruits will not be allowed to have tattoos that show below the elbows and knees or above the neckline, Chandler told troops. Current soldiers may be grandfathered in, but all soldiers will still be barred from having any tattoos that are racist, sexist or extremist. Once the rules are implemented, soldiers will sit down with their unit leaders and “self identify” each tattoo. will be required to pay for the www.thewaytopolicing.org Soldiers removal of any tattoo that violates the policy, Chandler said. www.MilitaryPress.com • editorsdesk@militarypress.com

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Enlisted Marine females begin infantry course By Julian E. Barnes The first group of enlisted Marine women will try their hand at completing the Infantry Training Course next week, part of the Marine Corps’s efforts to integrate women into frontline ground combat roles, according to Marine Corps officials. The Marines have sent six female officer volunteers to the Infantry Officer Course in Quantico, Va., but so far none of the officers have been able to complete the course. Six more officers

will attempt to complete that course in October. The Marines are hoping that more than a half dozen women will volunteer to try the 59-day training course for enlisted service members at the School of Infantry in Camp Geiger located near Camp Lejeune, N.C. The course is due to start Tuesday. Among the course’s various physical trials is a series of four demanding hikes beginning at 5 kilometers and increasing to 10, 15 and finally 20 kilometers.

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THE MOVIE MAVEN’S

Movie Reviews By Jeri Jacquin, Movie Maven Coming to theatres this week from director Alfonso Cuaron and Warner Bros. Pictures comes a ride like no other when you are dealing with GRAVITY.

This film tells the story of astronauts Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) and Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) who are in space working outside a satellite making repairs. Their routine fix becomes a bit more complicated when word comes from mission control (Ed Harris) that there has been an explosion in space that is causing a domino effect.

The debris is widespread and heading in there direction. With literally a moments warning the space junk hits the ship and everyone is sent flying. Stone is ejected and Kowalski is her only hope. It will take skill and calm for these two astronauts to find a way to survive and get back to Earth before their time and air runs out.

Final word:

Bullock as Stone is totally intense. Once again she proves why audiences love her performances. She is solid and when moments of weakness happen the character is even more beautiful to experience. This could not have been an easy role because her costar (besides Clooney) is deep space and an abundance of siEDUCATION

lence! Clooney is the mild comic relief and probably the reason I remembered to NOT hold my breath! His performance is so necessary and although not a big role as one might think – it is gracious and endearing none-the-less. Other cast include: Paul Sharma as Shariff, Amy Warren as Explorer Captain and Basher Savage as the Russian Space Station Captain.

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I give GRAVITY three and a half tubs of popcorn out of five. The cinematography is genius with scenes where the camera never leaves the action.

These one shots bring the audience into the tension whether you want to or not! The story is riveting and the performances stellar. Be prepared for the feeling of being in space and a story that will carry you through till the end. Director Cuaron is a name you might recognize with HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN as well as CHILDREN OF MEN. The film GRAVITY will no doubt be on many awards list as the season approaches! In the end – don’t let go.

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‘Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2’ By Jeri Jacquin, Movie Maven Opening in theatres this week is the next installment in family fun in CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2. Literally picking up where the first film left off Flint (Bill Hader) has left town to seek employment. Landing a job with his idol Chester V (Will Forte), Flint is sent to clean up the island. Upon his return he discovers that things are a little different than he thought. His machine is still operating and making food monsters like crazy tacodiles and pickles and cute little strawberries! Along with Sam (Anna Faris), Earl Devereaux (Terry Crews) and Steve (Neil Patrick Harris) they must stop the craziness and save the world one food group at a time. CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS was such a huge success among kids and their families that it

only made sense to bring a new story back to the screen. Having the opportunity to chat with both directors Cody Cameron and Kris Pearn turned out to be just as much fun as the film! Tell me about wanting to get involved with the film once again? Cody: I really loved working on the CLOUDY, cont’d. on Page 19

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EATING BUGS By Andrew Tarantola Gizmodo.com Whaddya mean you didn’t chow down on cicada during this summer’s mass emergence? You’d be surprised how delicious those little creepycrawlies are with a bit of salt and vinegar. Besides, if you had, you’d have gotten a head start on our inevitable bug-eating future. With a rapidly growing population already nearing seven billion humans, our current methods of farming large livestock (read: cattle) are simply insufficient to feed us all. Instead, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization has begun advocating an interesting solution. In an exhaustive report published this past May, the report states, “It is widely accepted that by 2050 the world will host 9 billion people. To accommodate this number, current food production will need to almost double. We need to find new ways of growing food.”

That new way is entomophagy, the practice of raising insects as food.

A Ready Precedent

No, don’t scrunch up your nose in disgust. People in 80 percent of the world’s countries—roughly two billion in all— already eat more than 1,400 different species of arthropod. Thirty years ago, Westerners thought sushi was disgusting; before that it was shrimp, and before that oysters. Not only do we love those foods now, they’re considered premium items. So why can’t we get over eating shrimp that just happen to be on land? Outside of most first-world countries, eating insects is really common, ubiquitous even. Native tribes the world over have been consuming insects for millenia. In fact, coprolite analysis (that’s fossilized feces, by the way) from American and Mexican caves has revealed that our early ancestors

routinely consumed a number of insect species—ants, beetle larvae, lice, ticks, and mites—well before we attained the technology to hunt or farm. These ancient traditions are now carried on throughout Latin America, Asia, and Africa. North America, too, if you count the 200 million pounds of lobster and 300 million pounds of crab that Americans consume annually.

What? If tuna is the chicken of the sea, then crustaceans are its bugs.

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As it turns out, insects aren’t just efficient to raise—pound for pound requiring a quarter the precursor and BUGS, cont’d. on Page 18

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Harry S. Truman (May 8, 1884-December 26, 1972) 33rd Vice President of the United States

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•  Indian pacifist and leader Mahatma Gandhi is murdered by a Hindu extremist •  Israel is declared an independent state •  The Land Rover Series I is shown for the first time at the Amsterdam Car Show •  Apartheid begins in South Africa •  Western European Treaty is signed •  UN creates the World

Health Organization (WHO) •  UN General Assembly adopts the universal Declaration of Human Rights •  Polio increases around the world •  U.S. and Great Britain begin massive airlift of food, water and medicine to the Western Berlin following the Soviet Blockade •  Burma gains independence •  Sri Lanka gains independence from Great Britain

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•  NASCAR holds its first race for modified stock cars at Daytona Beach •  Truman ends racial segregation in the military •  Planned Parenthood is founded •  Alfred Kinsey publishes ‘Sexual Behavior in the Human Male’ •  Population is 146,631,302 •  George Garnow puts forth the Big Bang theory to explain the origin of the universe

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Sports

•  Cleveland over the Boston Braves for the World Series •  NBA champs Baltimore Bullets over the Philadelphia Warriors •  Babe Ruth dies

•  Theory of quantum electrodynamics •  Random Access Storage Devices

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Cont’d. from Page 13 land as beef—they’re a pretty excellent source of protein and fat as well. 100 grams of crickets, for instance, contains 12.9g of protein and 5.5g of unsaturated fat. The same portion of grasshoppers has 20.6g of protein and 6g of fat, while that amount of lean sirloin comes with 30.5g of protein and 5.8g of fat. Opening up your diet to bugs gives you a huge range of options, as well. Giant water beetles are a popular choice in Thailand; a single serving contains nearly 20g of protein, 8.3g of fat, and the insects reportedly emit a delicious smell as they cook. Red ants are also a popular choice, especially dry roasted; a 100g serving includes 13.9 grams of protein and 3.5 grams of fat. That’s half the protein of a serving of Atlantic Salmon (25g) but it’s also less than half the amount of fat (8.13g). On the other end of the dietary scale are caterpillars. These grubs contain up to 55g of protein and 30 grgms of fat per 100 gram serving. That certainly won’t help your diet, but they taste delicious deep fried. So now that your mouth is undoubtably watering at the prospect, you’re probably wondering where to get some for yourself. But it’s not like you can just jog down to Whole Foods and buy a bag of bugs. Luckily, there are a more than a few farms around the country that are willing to deliver a wriggly mass to your door. But what if you want an arthropodbased dish designed specifically for the human palate and you can’t bring yourself to grasshopper genocide? You’ll want to peruse the selection of unique insects from Thailand Unique. The online retailer offers everything from snake whiskey to oven baked tarantula to chocolate covered silkworm pupae. The only problem is that many of the offerings are routinely out of stock. If you’re looking for a gourmet meal rather than cricket popcorn, there are several cookbooks available to help you out such as Creepy Crawly Cuisine: The Gourmet Guide to Edible Insects, Entertaining With Insects, or: The Original Guide to Insect Cookery, and Man Eating Bugs: The Art and Science of Eating Insects.

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Cont’d. from Page 12 first film with Chris and really wanted to continue the story. Kris: We had a lot of ideas in the first film that we didn’t get to realize so this was our opportunity to come back into the world of Cloudy and fulfill some of those dreams. Did you feel as if you wanted the film to slide from the first right into the second storyline? Cody: We had a whole monster movie ending for the first CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS that had to be cut for time reasons. The idea of starting the movie literally sixty seconds after the first film was a really a good idea for us. Kris: We had scenes that I was yearning to finish. Did you see the reaction at Comic Con to the trailer of the film – just the trailer! Kris: It was really exciting! Cody: I had to breathe, drink a lot of water and relax. When 7,000 people were screaming as a title came across the screen that had to be amazing for you? Cody: That was actually pretty awesome. I was actually sitting in the front row dead center in Hall H and I was a little deaf from the screaming. Kris: We were in the loading dock right before that among celebrities so I think I was a little in shock in the presence of so many stars like Peter Dinklage. It was pretty cool though. Creating the monsters, because they really aren’t monsters, how did you come up with those incredible names? Cody: It was Lewis Carroll who came up with the two-word idea for names. So for us it was like watermelon and elephant is a watamelaphant. Chris and I had done some drawings of how we thought they would look and told the designers what we were looking for. Kris: They came back with 200 drawings of these creatures. There was a buffet of fun.

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said, “I guess I let myself go.” The physician was checking hers eyes and ears. “Don’t feel ashamed, Miss. You don’t look that bad.” “Do you really think so, Doctor?” she asked. The doctor held a tongue depressor in front of her face and said, “Of course. Now just open your mouth and say moo.”

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ya got a little.” Bob again shakes his head. “Naw, she had sea sickness… so I just fished. You know I like to fish.” His friend replies, “Bob, she’s your wife! She’s gotta give it up when you say so! You should just made her do it!” Bob replies, “Nah, she was delusional and you know me. I like to fish, so I just fished.” His friend, now quite upset, says, “What?! Why didn’t ya just jump on her?” “Well,” says Bob, “she was throwing up… and you know me, I like to fish. So I just fished.” His friend, totally exasperated by this point, shouts at him, “Why’d you marry this worthless broad anyway?!” Bob replies, “Well, she got worms, and you know how I like to fish...”

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A fellow went off on his honeymoon, and after returning meets up with a friend for a beer and conversation. The friend, being single and a pervert to boot, begins to inquire as to the festivities of the honeymoon. “So, Bob, big married man, did ya get any while you were out there?” the friend asks. Bob just shakes his head. “Ah, you know me. I like to fish. So I just fished.” His friend gasps. “You mean you didn’t have no sex? C’mon, Bob, tell me at least

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A young woman was having a physical examination and was very embarrassed because of a weight problem. As she removed her last bit of clothing, she blushed, “I’m so ashamed, Doctor,” she

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I’ll use my lifeline please

One night after watching “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire,” a man and his wife went to bed and the man was getting very frisky. He asked his wife if she was in the mood. His wife answered, “Not tonight dear, I have a headache.” The man replied, “Is that your final answer?” She said “Yes.” “OK, then I’d like to phone a friend.” he replied.

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She married and had 13 children. Her husband died. She married again and had 7 more children. Again, her husband died. But, she remarried and this time had 5 more children. Alas, she finally died. Standing before her coffin, the preacher prayed for her. He thanked the Lord for this very loving woman and said, Lord, they’re finally together. One mourner leaned over and quietly asked her friend, “Do you think he means her first, second or third husband?” The friend replied, “I think he means her legs.”

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Two guys were discussing popular family trends on sex, marriage, and values. Stuart said, “I didn’t sleep with my wife before we got married, did you?” Leroy replied, “I’m not sure, what was her maiden name?”

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A salesman knocks at the door of a home and it’s answered by a 12-year-old boy with a cigar in one hand and a half empty bottle of scotch in the other and a Playboy magazine under his arm.. The salesman asks the boy, “Excuse me son but is your mom or dad in?” To which the boy replies, “What mental hospital did you escape from?”

Migraine headaches

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ing an important part of himself. As he walked down the street, he realized that he felt like a different person. He could make a new beginning and live a new life. He saw a men’s clothing store and thought, “That’s what I need… a new suit.” He entered the shop and told the salesman, “I’d like a new suit.” The elderly tailor eyed him briefly and said, “Let’s see... size 44 long.” Joe laughed, “That’s right, how did you know?” “Been in the business 60 years!” Joe tried on the suit. It fit perfectly. As Joe admired himself in the mirror, the salesman asked, “How about a new shirt?” Joe thought for a moment and then said, “Sure.” The salesman eyed Joe and said, “Let’s see, 34 sleeve and 16-1/2 neck.” Again, Joe was surprised, “That’s right, how did you know?” “Been in the business 60 years!” “How about new shoes?” Joe was on a roll and said, “Sure.” The salesman eyed Joe’s feet and said, “Let’s see ... 9-1/2 E.” Joe was astonished, “That’s right, how did you know?” Been in the business 60 years!” Joe tried on the shoes and they fit perfectly. Joe walked comfortably around the shop and the salesman asked, “How about some new underwear?” Joe thought for a second and said, “Sure.” The salesman stepped back, eyed Joe’s waist and said, “Let’s see... size 36.” Joe laughed. “Ah ha! I got you! I’ve worn size 34 since I was 18 years old.” The salesman shook his head, “You can’t wear a size 34. A size 34 underwear would press your testicles up

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The National Transportation Safety Board recently divulged it had covertly funded a project with the American auto makers for the past five years, whereby the auto makers were installing black box voice recorders in pick-up trucks. This was done in an effort to determine, when accidents occurred, the circumstances in the last 15 seconds before the crash. They were surprised to find in northern states, the last words of drivers in 61.2 percent of crashes were, “Oh, s---!” and in the southern states 89.3 percent of the final words were... “Hold my beer and watch this!”

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Cookie Monster All O.J. Simpson wanted was a few extra cookies in his prison cell. Now he’s in the news as a punchline once again. The former Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame running back grabbed a few extra cookies after lunch the other day,according to the Daily Mail. No big

deal, who hasn’t done that before? The big problem for Simpson is he’s locked up on a 33-year sentence for his role in an armed robbery in Las Vegas, and the guards don’t take too kindly to stealing sweets from the cafeteria line. The Daily Mail said guards noticed something under Simpson’s prison

clothes as he went back to his cell. Was it some banned item? Something dangerous? Nope, a dozen oatmeal cookies. “O.J. just stood there with a goofy grin on his face as the guard kept digging inside his shirt and throwing the cookies on the floor,” a source told The National Enquirer, according to the

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CHARGERS Dwight Freeney sets REPORT example on and off the gridiron By Art Garcia In a sport where each year you are employed you have to fend off competitors vying for your job, you often find veterans unwilling to mentor fellow players (see Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers). However, there are veterans out there who, despite entering the twilight of their career, are secure enough in their ability that they have no problem offering their wisdom to a teammate playing the same position. For seven-time Pro Bowler Dwight Freeney, passing his knowledge of the game onto other player has never been a problem. Freeney recently sat down with MP reporter Art Garcia Jr. to answer

a few questions about this 2013 season. AG: It’s been 12 years for you playing in the NFL, does it feel that long? DF: It doesn’t, it really doesn’t. Sometimes the body might feel like it, but mentally it really doesn’t. Time flies when you’re having fun doing what you’re doing – it’s all like yesterday to me in my mind when I was a rookie coming into the league where I was just trying to establish myself to be whoever I wanted to be. AG: As a rookie, what was the best

advice someone gave you about the league whether it be another player, a family member or a mentor? DF: Oh, just to know that every time you went out on the field that’s part of your resume. Whether you are on this team or you are released by another team, it’s what you put out there on the field because it will always be there, it gets archived. It’s going to be part of your resume, so therefore you need to go out there and show the world when you’re on camera who you want to be; how you want to be looked at and how you want to be perceived. AG: I would think that holds true especially now because of social media with all of the cameras, microphones, cell phones and twitter accounts that can be seen globally? DF: Exactly because now there is more coverage (of athletes) than ever. But for me, it was just while I’m on that field I want to represent myself in a certain way – especially for kids (to show them) this is how you play the game. AG: After playing 11 years with the Colts, what is your thought on this Chargers team that brought you in as a free agent? DF: I’m really excited… you have a lot of talent on this team; a lot of young energy; a new coaching staff (mixed) with an older coaching staff. You have a great combination of both things which could be a real recipe for success – you keep some things that have been good around here defensively and you get some new stuff from an offensive standpoint that will help maybe put some more points on the board. We have some of those key veterans still

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here and we have some young, new talent here so it’s a great little combo and done right, we could be really dangerous. AG: This defense has Eric Weddle and a lot of young talent in guys like Donald Butler, Corey Liuget and Kendall Reyes. With the accolades attached to your name, do automatically assume a leadership role or do you leave that to the veterans like Weddle and Jarret Johnson who are already here? DF: Well I think it comes with the territory. I think the longer you’ve been in the game, the longer you’ve been here… it’s not an accident. It happened because you have probably done things the right way and you gain all this knowledge not to just keep to yourself, it’s to share and to pass on and that’s what has kind of happened over the years with me. Talking with older guys over the years who have retired like Richard Dent and Bruce Smith, I’ll see them around and they’ll give me a little sprinkle of knowledge and I’ll share it with a guy here. It’s just that you have all this knowledge for what? When you’re done what are you going to do? So you just pass it on. AG: Heading into last season the

consensus of both the pundits and fans was that the Colts would have a down year trying to rebuild after losing Peyton Manning, yet you guys went 11-5 and earned a trip to the playoffs. Do you see any similarities between that team and this Chargers team who many feel is a rebuilding team as well? DF: Yeah I think there is because we seem to be flying under the radar and there aren’t a lot of high expectations for this team and that’s okay. It’s not for anyone outside this locker room… they can count, judge or write any article or whatever, but it will have no effect on what is actually going to happen. I think the more we understand that the better we’ll be as a team. It’s all about the 53-man roster and guys making a decision to go out there and play the best we possibly can together – and the results of that will be the results of that. As far as outside the locker room, it shouldn’t have any effect on what happens this season.

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