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--Was Moammar Gadhafi the last of the “buffoon dictators,” asked BBC News in October. His legend was earned not merely with his now-famous, dirty-old-man scrapbook of Condoleezza Rice photos. Wrote a BBC reporter, “One day (Gadhafi) was a Motown (backup) vocalist with wet-look permed hair and tight pants. The next, a white-suited comic-operetta Latin American admiral, dripping with braid.” Nonetheless, Gadhafi had competition, according to an October report in the journal Foreign Policy. For example, the son of Equatorial Guinea’s dictator owns, among other eccentric luxuries, a $1.4 million collection of Michael Jackson memorabilia. North Korea’s Kim Jong Il owns videos of almost every game Michael Jordan ever played for the Chicago Bulls.

CREME DE LA WEIRD --Police in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, arrested a much-too-zealous expert on local cemeteries in November, suspected of digging up the bodies of 29 women buried in the city and taking them to his apartment. Local media identified him as prominent historian Anatoly Moskvin, 45, possessor of “certain quirks,” including making solitary forays through the hundreds of graveyards in the region. Police found the mummified corpses, outfitted in dresses and headscarves, in Moskvin’s home, along with an assortment of plastic dolls wearing frilly dresses.

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--Japan’s Showa University School of Dentistry has for several years been training future practitioners using life-sized synthetic patients from Orient Industry, based on the company’s “sex dolls,” and recently upgraded to the fancier silicone dolls with human-feel skin that can cost as much as the equivalent of $9,000 when sold to perverts who custom-order young women for companionship. According to a July CNN report, advanced robotics added to the Showa version allow the doll to utter typical patient phrases, to sneeze, and (when trainees mishandle tools) to gag.

Hey, What’s “Good News” Doing in “News of the Weird”? --Japan’s National Police Agency revealed in August that during the five months following the tsunami-provoked nuclear disaster, super-honest searchers had turned in wallets containing the equivalent of $48 million and safes containing cash of the equivalent of $30 million. --In August, the school superintendent of Fresno County, Calif., refused $800,000 in guaranteed salary and said he would run the 325-school system for three years on less pay than a first-year teacher makes. --Employees at the dump yard in Pompano Beach, Fla., gave Brian McGuinn zero chance of ever finding the custom-designed ring he had given his wife but had accidentally tossed in his trash at home on Oct. 30. Facing nine tons of 10-foot-high rotten eggs, dirty diapers and other garbage (which made him vomit), he found the ring within 30 minutes.

WAIT . . . WHAT? In the course of an October story on an ill-fated Continental Airlines flight during which all restrooms in coach were broken, the reporter for the Star Tribune of Minneapolis sought reactions from experts. Calling the toilet failures a “bad situation that hasn’t been addressed” was Robert Brubaker, a spokesman for something called the American Restroom Association, “a Baltimore-based advocacy group for toilet users.”

ingenious that it slathers poison, from chewing the A. schimperi plant, onto an absorbent strip of fur on its back as protection against predators many times larger. The researcher observed first-hand a dog quivering in fear after just one failed mouthful of a crested rat’s fur in his laboratory. The noxious goo is also used by African tribesmen on their hunting arrows. --Researching the Itty-Bitty: In October, Popular Science dubbed researcher Gaby Maimon of Rockefeller University as one of its “Brilliant 10” for 2011 for his monitoring of neurons in the brains of fruit flies. Maimon first had to immobilize the flies’ brains in saline and outfit their tiny neurons with even tinier electrodes -- so that he could track which neurons were firing as the flies flapped their wings and carried out other activities (work that he believes can be useful in treating human autism and attention-deficit disorder).

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--An October Associated Press dispatch from New Orleans warned that “Caribbean crazy ants” are invading five Southern states by the millions, and because their death triggers distress signals to their pals for revenge attacks, up to 10 times as many might replace any population wiped out. Said a Texas exterminator, of a pesticide he once tried, “In 30 days I had 2 inches of dead ants covering (an) entire half-acre,” and still the ants kept coming, crawling across the carcasses. Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi are currently the most vulnerable. --Biologists found a shark fetus with one centered eye inside a pregnant dusky shark off the coast of Baja California Sur, Mexico, in October. A marine sciences lab in nearby La Paz confirmed that the unborn baby, which filled up a researcher’s hand, had the extremely rare congenital “cyclopia.”

LEADING ECONOMIC INDICATORS --In March, William Ernst, 57, owner of the QC Mart chain of Iowa convenience stores, excitedly announced a company-wide employee contest with a prize of $10 for guessing the next worker that Ernst will fire for breaking rules. “Once we fire the person, we will open all the envelopes (containing the entries), award the prize, and start the contest again.” Ernst added, “And no fair picking Mike Miller from (the Rockingham Road store). He was fired at around 11:30 a.m. today for wearing a hat and talking on his cellphone. Good luck!!!!!!!!!!” (After firing a cashier who had complained about Ernst’s attitude, he challenged the woman’s unemployment-compensation claim, but in October, a judge ruled in her favor.) --Even in a flagging economy, Christie’s auction house in New York City was able to attract a record sales price for a photograph. In November, a 1999 photo by German artist Andreas Gursky, of a scenic view of the Rhine River, sold for $4.3 million. (It is possible, of course, that buying the actual waterfront property that Gursky photographed from -- to enjoy the same view every day -- would have been less expensive.)

A News of the Weird Classic (March 2009)

Russia’s long-running Moscow Cat Circus/Theater, reported in News of the Weird in 1998, is still in service, astonishing all who ever tried to train a cat. In the United States, Samantha Martin runs her own similar show (at such venues as Chicago’s Gorilla Tango Theatre in March (2009)) featuring the Rock Cats trio on guitar, piano and drums, as well as a tightrope-walker, barrel-roller and skateboarder, among other performers. Martin admitted to a Chicago Tribune reporter that the cats’ music “sucks,” in that “when they’re playing, they’re not even playing the same thing,” and anyway she has two backup drummers because her regular is prone to “walking off in a huff,” sort of “like diva actresses.” “This is why you don’t see trained cat acts. Because . . . the managers can’t take the humiliation.”

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5th (and final) installment in a series of articles about my experiences aboard the MSC Poesia for the Cruise to the Edge

2013 Cruise to the Edge - John Wetton of King Crimson, UK and Asia sings “Afterglow” with former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett

and “I Know What I Want.” Hackett knew what Genesis fans wanted on the Poesia and he and his band delivered in a big way. Steve Hackett, besides being an incredibly talented guitarist, is always a gentleman and a very humble and nice guy. He made himself accessible to the fans on board the big boat but really charmed my wife and me after the ship had docked and passengers disembarked. We decided to stay in Florida one more day and then fly back to the valley. We took a taxi to our hotel near the airport, checked in and then decided to grab some breakfast down the boulevard. The best we could do was coffee and breakfast sandwiches at Dunkin Donuts. After breakfast, we began walking back to the hotel and much to our amazement, saw Steve Hackett and his wife, Jo, walking across the boulevard toward us. They, too, had just left their hotel in search of breakfast and we stopped to exchange pleasantries with them and thank him for the great shows on the cruise. He then asked us if we would like to join them for breakfast. We politely

Steve Hackett stopped to pose with my wife, Donna, in Fort Lauderdale after the Cruise to the Edge

declined but what a sweet gesture by a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. That was a great way to end our honeymoon and we enjoyed the whole experience so much, we’ve decided to book our cabin for the upcoming 2014 Cruise to the Edge in April!

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From April to July, I wrote four Bands That Rock articles on classic progressive rock groups that performed aboard MSC Poesia during the Cruise to the Edge in late March 2013. Those four bands, Yes, Carl Palmer Band, UK and Nektar, also had local dates after the cruise with performances taking place at venues like the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Sellersville Theater in Sellersville, World Café Live in Philadelphia and BB King’s in New York. This series of review/preview articles is now coming to an end, almost seven months after setting sail in south Florida. The last of my cruise log subjects is the phenomenal British guitarist and singer-songwriter, Steve Hackett, of early Genesis fame, who is scheduled for back-to-back performances this Friday and Saturday night at The Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA followed by a Sunday night show at the Scottish Rite Auditorium in Collingswood, NJ. These shows are a continuation of Hackett’s “Genesis Revisited” tour, a nostalgic trip back to the 70s and the prog glory days of Genesis before Phil Collins directed the band toward pop stardom in the 80s. Aboard MSC Poesia, Hackett performed two shows – one inside the ship in the Teatro Carlo Felice on Day 1 of the cruise and the other outside at the pool stage on Day 5. According to Hackett, he hadn’t played some of the music in almost forty years. For this virtuoso, it was like riding a bike. The first set inside covered early Peter Gabriel-era Genesis. Hearing the opener, “Watcher of the Skies”, played by the master himself, was a truly riveting experience. The audience was then treated to an atmospheric “Dancing With the Moonlit Knight” from Selling England By the Pound. The Lamb Lies Down album was featured prominently with “Fly On A Windshield” ratcheting up the power level. Booming bass pedals coupled with the superior acoustics in the Teatro Carlo Felice made this one a crowd favorite. The band followed up with “Broadway Melody of 1974”, “Cuckoo Cocoon” and “The Chamber of 32 Doors.” It was back to Selling England with “I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)” which usually gets the crowd singing along. “The Musical Box” from Nursery Cryme and the epic “Supper’s Ready” rounded out the first show on Day 1 of the cruise. This cruise was a honeymoon trip and the weather was mostly cloudy, breezy and cool throughout the entire five days except when Hackett and company took the stage on the final day of the cruise at the pool stage. As the band began to play, bright, warm sunshine burst through the rapidly disappearing cloud cover. The throng that had amassed around the pool stage was delirious as Steve Hackett and his band mates opened with the post-Peter Gabriel “Dance On A Volcano” from the Trick of the Tail album. This second show featured more of the great Genesis tunes from the Phil Collins era, some cowritten by Hackett, and ones that he is particularly proud of. Genesis’ 1977 release, Wind and Wuthering, and the last record with Hackett as a member of the band, was featured as the band performed three songs in succession from that album. “Eleventh Earl of Mar” and “In That Quiet Earth” were followed by “Afterglow”, which was sung by guest vocalist, John Wetton, who was appearing on the cruise with UK. Wetton provided a light moment as he employed a lyrics cheat sheet for “Afterglow” which was warmly received by the prog fans on board. And now, I digress. Oddly enough, John Wetton is appearing tonight at the Sellersville Theater with the modern progressive rock group, District 97. District 97, out of Chicago, can boast an American Idol Top Twenty Finalist as their lead vocalist in Leslie Hunt. Wetton will perform District 97 material but is also slated to join the band for a full set of King Crimson classics. Look for a review of that show with an interview with District 97 in an upcoming issue of The Valley Beat. Back to Steve Hackett! The pool stage show continued with “Watcher of the Skies”, “Los Endos”


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Once again, Danny Trejo slips into Machete’s iconic leather vest, and despite being older than most of the cast of THE EXPENDABLES, it can’t be denied this part was made for him. He’s like a Latino Charles Bronson on steroids. He’s essentially the straight-man for the world of absolute nonsense that surrounds him. While the impact of the role has no doubt been lessened by Trejo’s numerous appearances in a seemingly endless series of no-budget genre films, Rodriguez seems to have real affection for him, and it shows. The one thing I really enjoyed about the first film was the supporting cast, but this one outdoes it. A couple of folks are back, including the great Tom Savini, Michelle Rodriguez, and Jessica Alba (in a reduced role). Alba, is actually more or less replaced by Amber Heard, as a beauty-queen/agent, who seems a good fit for Rodriguez’ crazed world. Demian Bichir, who’s usually such a serious actor, gets to really play against type as Mendez the schizophrenic, who veers from being an austere revolutionary in one scene, to a crossedeyed maniac that would have probably been played by Klaus Kinski thirty years ago, in a similar exploitation film. The big new player in the MACHETE franchise is Mel Gibson. Gibson’s never played an allout baddie before, but his cartoonish, Bond-villain style antagonist is him having more fun than he’s had in years. Imagine an evil Riggs, crossed with Hugo Drax from MOONRAKER, and constantly backed up by a retro sci-fi score by Carl Thiel, and you’ve got a good idea of the fun that Gibson’s got in store for us. He single-handedly elevates the movie from being lightly amusing, to really entertaining. If you’re a fan of Gibson’s work, there’s a ton of Easter eggs thrown into the movie, which will not be spoiled here. There are tons of other fun parts, with Cuba Gooding Jr, Antonio Banderas, Sofia Vergara, Vanessa Hudgens, Lady Gaga, William Sadler, and more showing up here and there. However, just like the first one, MACHETE KILLS is not for everyone. It’s corny, brain-cell killing vibe will put off a big chunk of the audience, and not just those who don’t get the fact that it’s all a joke. Part of the fun of a good exploitation movie is that they’re not self-consciously funny. That’s not the case here, so it really is a 108 minute gag. Probably the best way to watch MACHETE KILLS is as a send-up of action movies, and I’d wager any five minute stretch of MACHETE KILLS is funnier than the entirety of the SCARY MOVIE franchise. Bring on MACHETE KILLS AGAIN...IN SPACE!

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the record is “Don’t Matter,” which has a raw fifties-style riff underneath a hooking chorus. “Beautiful War” is one of my favorites from the record, with Caleb’s voice sounding better than ever. Another hit is the slightly sappy, but still awesome “Wait for Me,” which Gina Crash actually showed to me before it was even releasedthe perks of being a radio DJ. This takes us into the second half of the record, which is better than the first. “Family Tree” has a very bluesy feel to it, with an awesome bass riff provided by Jason. Some of Caleb’s best lyrical work can be found on “Comeback Story,” with the chorus “I walk a mile in your shoes / and now I’m a mile away / and I’ve got your shoes.” I think this is pure genius. “Tonight” is another one of my favorites and worth listening to a few times. Caleb lets us in to his mind once again on “On the Chin,” with the heartfelt lyrics “All my life I was born to lead / worry not just leave me be / I’ll abide till the end /

I’ll take it all on the chin for you my friend.” Crank It Don’t Matter Wait for Me Tonight Skip It Temple Last Mile Home Mechanical Bull is one of those albums you can listen to from beginning to end without skipping a track. I’m not saying every song is good, but every song is listenable. So next time you’ve got a long drive… or maybe just trying to get off Route 22 on a Friday afternoon, throw on this record. Chances are, you’ll enjoy it… probably not as much as Work Release Fridays on 107 The Bone, but hey, at least you won’t have to worry about Tom Ring screaming between tracks. Scotty Brilliant is the Afternoon Drive Personality on The Valley’s Real Rock Station, 107 The Bone. Hit Scotty up for a Road Rage or Work Release Friday request, or let him know if there is a new album you want him to review! Find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScottyBrilliant.

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Call it the comeback story of a lifetime; a band on the brink of uncertainty manages to fight adversity, regroup and release what could be there best album to date. Okay, maybe that’s a little exaggerated, but the underdog story is not too far off for Kings of Leon. They have had some rough times internally over the last couple of years, yet despite this, they seemed to pick back up right where they left off. 2010 was the last time we saw a release from Kings of Leon, but their history as a band dates back many years before that. The band consists of brothers Nathan, Caleb, and Jared Followill, and cousin Matthew Followill. They all elected to go by their middle names instead of their first names. The band’s early music was a blend of Southern Rock and Blues, but has gradually expanded to more of an alternative rock sound. You wouldn’t believe that the long haired, bellbottomed 70’s throwback Kings of Leon is the same band that you hear on the radio today. Don’t believe me? Go to YouTube and search for Kings of Leon’s first single “Red Morning Light” and you’ll see what I’m talking about. Kings of Leon achieved initial success in the United Kingdom with nine Top 40 singles, two BRIT Awards in 2008, and all three of the band’s albums at the time peaking in the top five of the UK Albums Chart. Their third album, Because of the Times, also made it to the number one spot. But it wasn’t until their release of Only by the Night in 2008 that the band saw commercial success in the US. Even if that title doesn’t ring a bell, you sure as hell know the hit singles from the album. Does “Use Somebody” or “Sex on Fire” sound familiar? I hope so, because they were on heavy rotation on just about every rock radio station in the US. Times got a little tough for lead singer Caleb in 2011, less than a year after the release of their fifth studio album, Come Around Sundown. At a concert in Texas, Caleb appeared to be heavily intoxicated and slurred incomprehensibly between songs, often rambling about nothing. He left the stage, claiming he was going to vomit, drink a beer and return to play three more songs. He never returned, causing the rest of the band to apologize to the crowd and end the concert abruptly. As a result, they went on to cancel the rest of their US tour. This led to the band announcing a hiatus after their Australian tour finished up in November 2011. Now Kings of Leon are back and more focused than ever. This is evident on their latest effort, Mechanical Bull, which has lyrics inspired by their two year break from song writing. The album begins with the ultra-catchy first single release, “Supersoaker.” One of the heavier songs off

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Are you familiar with this scenario? Two people meet. They share some common interests and become friends. Person A may have entered the friendship with feelings of desire towards Person B or those feelings may develop during the course of their friendship. B definitely starts out thinking that this is a normal friendship and may or may not become aware of A’s affections later, but wants to maintain a platonic friendship. This readers, is the friend zone. This is what I know as the friend zone this is what all of my friends know as the friend zone. This is the friend zone. Notice that A and B were not gender specific, because the friend zone is not gender specific. Which is a question that fellow contributor Kenny Luck raised in his weekly Sexucation column for this very magazine, The Valley Beat Issue 159. If you missed it, Kenny’s article, in short, claimed the friend zone to be the situation whereby specifically girls awkwardly reject guys who have asked them on a date. Kenny’s article further cites “anecdotal” evidence to support this claiming that it is because guys are the one’s doing the asking. If the bar is merely anecdotal, may I provide anecdotal evidence of my own? I’m female (and twenty something, a girl I think by Kenny’s article) and I’ve been in the friend zoned. The friend zone is not something that women do to men. In my experience it’s something that a person does to himself or herself, because, for more anecdotal evidence, the woman I am and the women I know tend to agree to dates with men that are forthright and decisive about asking them out. Here’s the thing about women, we like strong men (a matter that Kenny also explored in Issue 156). We like men who have made up their minds that we are the one object of their affection and most importantly we like men who have the courage to tell us and keep telling us if necessary. When I friend zoned myself, I never told the person that I wanted that I was interested. I was just nice to him every day. I was caring and patient and helpful, which is to say, too caring, too patient and too helpful. I put up with a lot of bullshit and the whole time all I was doing was being selfish because frankly I thought that simply being nice entitled me to his affection, but that was a lie. When you friend zone yourself you can’t magically transform creepy over attached longing into a healthy normal relationship. So as a person, who just happens to be female, I would like to say to all the men and women who feel like they are in the friend zone. I’m sorry, I know that it hurts and I’m not trying to be mean, but come on, grow a pair (testes or ovaries, depending your anatomy) and tell the person that you like about your feelings, or move the fuck on and become a normal friend and do it soon because I’ve also been on the Person B side of the friend zone relationship and I can say that things were generally ok until I figured out on my own that about Person A’s feelings and when he didn’t tell me for months and I watched as his attachment and grew and the requests to spend time together and do things just the two of us started, I became uncomfortable and wanted to distance myself from that person entirely and not just as a potential romantic partner, but also put some distance between us as friends and that hurt the both of us and all of our mutual friends. So just do it. Say something or move on. We’re adults, this isn’t about guys and girls, like Kenny said, it’s about being a man (or woman). In my friend zone experience, I went the latter route. That guy that I wanted? We’re just friends and I’m ok with that (although I should say it did help that I moved across the country) but now I have a life that is more happy and joyful with normal healthy relationships. I met new people, some great platonic friends and did indeed go out on a date with someone who was brave enough to ask. That relationship never took off because we were just too different as people and it was something that we both agreed to and are entirely happy with. No months of agony, no distress nor hurt feelings.

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ARIES (3/21 – 4/19) You’re almost too hot to handle this week, Aries. While we’d never suggest that you tone it down, do take a temperature check before you come in guns a-blazing. Some people will need to be warmed up before they can appreciate your firepower. Relationships take precedence after Saturday as the Libra sun evokes a month-long phase of commitments. Could the zodiac’s indie spirit be ready to settle down? Seems that way. TAURUS (4/20 – 5/20) Long-distance connections heat up this week so expand your search radius. Look for opportunities in other ZIP codes, even country codes. This weekend, you’ll be inspired to embrace a healthy lifestyle again as the sun moves into your wellbeing zone for a month. Less whisky, more green juice and socializing may center around exercise classes instead of rooftop bars.

GEMINI (5/21 – 6/21) There’s no such thing as a shortcut, Gemini, and taking them this week could wreak havoc on your reputation. Be patient with the process instead of rushing to score results. Don’t let people sell you on any such ideas either. Anything that seems too good to be true probably is.

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Relax, relate, release. This week is all about excising clutter, toxic relationships, and general excess from your universe. On Sunday, el sol blazes into Libra for 30 days, igniting your 2013 birth month. You’ll be ready to make a clean break and a fresh start, sans baggage. Forgiveness brings peace of mind. If there’s still hope in healthy-but-strained relationships, make amends instead of holding a grudge.

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LEO (7/23 - 8/22) Lavish yourself with love, Leo, as planets command you to care for thyself. Cash in on those spa Groupons before they expire, set up medical and dental checkups (or get that health insurance plan handled if you don’t have coverage), take copious yoga classes, and fill your fridge with organic produce. You always do best when you’re working the buddy system. This weekend, pinpoint a friend who is on a similar wellness mission and set up regular check-ins and support calls. VIRGO (8/23 - 9/22) It’s a hands-on week for you, Virgo, and you’ll want to keep control over every aspect of your life. (So, what else isn’t new?). This is the last week that the sun will blaze through your sign until August ‘14 so carpe diem. Promote your talents, take the initiative in relationships, and get your ideas out to the world. Err on the side of bragging instead of receding into the background. Better to be too much than passed over.

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Make efforts to be neighborly this week, whether you’re removing your Céline lunettes to make eye contact with the person in the adjacent apartment or going beyond weather talk with your cubicle mate. Giving an inch doesn’t mean they will take a mile; you’ll still have your privacy but you’ll also enjoy the benefits of creating a supportive community.

SAGITTARIUS (11/22 - 12/21) Are you living beyond your means, Sagittarius, or nearing that predicament? Retool your budget this week so that your “disposable income” category doesn’t mean throwing money down the drain. You might even sell a few unused objects online to pad your pockets. Start

CANCER (6/22 – 7/22) A socializing spree could reveal someone with true BFF status. Truth be told, you could use a new kindred spirit — someone who shares your idea of a good time. Your interests have evolved, after all, and while you adore you old friends, they can’t necessarily jibe with this aspect of you. Family matters come to the fore on Sunday when the sun moves into Libra for a month. A trip back home may be in the cards, to bond with your peeps and get centered.

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insanity so toxic? The way YOU suddenly wind up feeling responsible for all their issues and shortcomings. If you catch yourself over-functioning in a relationship, let it be a red flag. Pull back, STAT. If this person is meant to be in your life, s/he will understand and respect the boundaries you set.

PISCES (2/19 - 3/20) You want in, Pisces, and you’re willing to do what it takes to get past those red velvet ropes. Your efforts will not be in vain, even if your pride has to be set to the side. Humble thyself in the name of paying your dues. Your place in this elite circle is practically guaranteed.

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That sexual attractiveness and health are related is an idea that is widespread among many Americans. If a man or a woman is attractive, they must be healthier, so the reasoning goes. Moreover, a person often sees the idea of “attractiveness” as a result, in part, from “good genes”— inheritable genes that jive well with overall health and attractiveness. But, according to research published a few years ago by the Kenny Luck American Psychological Association, this assumption is not true, at least in the case of men. To understand why is to understand the different aesthetic expectations that are placed on both men and women. Women, generally speaking, who are considered the most attractive, have a low Body Mass Index (BMI) within a normal range (18- 24), proportionate faces, and low height-to-weight ratios. In other words, they are, simply put, thin. An attractive man, on the other hand, has a classic “V-shape,” with muscle and body fat deposited on the upper half of his body. By most health standards, this irregular body mass distribution in men is not considered healthy. Because this specific trait is not expected of women, and “thinness” is, attractive women are considered healthier, whereas attractive men, who possess the abovementioned physical attributes, are not. The only physical cue that predicts both health and beauty, according to this social science research, is waist-to-hip ratios and weight in women. So, if a bulky, muscular man-body is—in the long run—not healthy, than what sort of body is? “If the healthiest male bodies were most attractive,” the authors of the study write, “men who are thin (low in fat and muscle) would be considered the most attractive.” In other words, thin women and thin men, ideally, would be considered most attractive because both would possess the sex-specific hormonal markers, proper proportions, healthy BMIs, and other objective measures that constitute good health. Media content in the form of fashion magazines, broadcast news and entertainment, movies and television all reinforce aesthetic stereotypes for both men and women, and, although the expectations set on women are particularly disturbing, they are no less virtuous for men, either—a problem with less attention and awareness given to it. In fact, similar research has revealed that steroid use among adolescent boys occurs at the same proportion as bulimia and anorexia in adolescent girls (although bulimia and anorexia do affect men, too). Translation: body image stereotypes, whether it be for overly thin women or big bulky men, are absorbed by the population and can cause harm. In the case of men, the image of a big muscular body may bode well for shirtless days on the beach, but, over time, carrying around lots of weight isn’t good. Finally the solution, I propose, for being both sexy and healthy, is for men to stick to a clean diet with lots of cardio and some resistance training. The process will produce lean, mean bodies, male bodies that are both desirable to a potential partner and healthy, too.

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It was the tree As a blonde crawls out of her wrecked car, the local sheriff asks her what happened. The blonde began, “It was the strangest thing! I looked up and saw a tree, so I swerved to the right. Then I saw another tree, so I swerved to left. Then there was another tree, and another and another ...” The sheriff thought for a minute and then said, “Mam ... I don’t know how to tell you this, but the only thing even resembling a tree on this road for thirty miles is your air freshener.” Its all in the name A woman arrived at a party. While scanning the guests, she spotted an attractive man standing alone. She approached him, smiled and said, “Hello. My name is Carmen.” “That’s a beautiful name,” he replied. “Is it a family name?” “No,” she replied. As a matter of fact I gave it to myself. It represents the things that I enjoy the most - cars and men. Therefore I chose “Carmen”. “What’s your name?” she asked. He answered “B.J. Titsengolf.”

Thankful Sons Three sons left home, went out on their own and prospered. Getting back together, they discussed the gifts they were able to give their elderly mother. The first said, “I built a big house for our mother.” The second said, “I sent her a Mercedes with a driver.” The third smiled and said, “I’ve got you both beat. You remember how mom enjoyed reading the Bible? And you know she can’t see very well. So I sent her a remarkable parrot that recites the entire Bible. It took elders in the church 12 years to teach him. He’s one of a kind. Mama just has to name the chapter and verse, and the parrot recites it.” Soon thereafter, mom sent out her letters of thanks: “Milton,” she wrote one son, “The house you built is so huge. I live in only one room, but I have to clean the whole house.” “Gerald,” she wrote to another, “I am too old to travel. I stay most of the time at home, so I rarely use the Mercedes. And the driver is so rude!” “Dearest Donald,” she wrote to her third son, “You have the good sense to know what your mother likes. The chicken was delicious.” Carols For the Psycho Challenged SCHIZOPHRENIA: Do You Hear What I Hear? DEMENTIA: I Think I’ll Be Home For Christmas MANIC: Deck the Halls and Walls and House and Lawn and Streets and Stores and Office and Town and Cars and Busses and Trucks and Trees and Fire Hydrants and... PARANOID: Santa Claus Is Coming To Get Me PERSONALITY DISORDER: You Better Watch Out, I’m Gonna Cry, I’m Gonna Pout, Maybe I’ll Tell You Why Page 36

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