Quebec University research on sex and callories (2pics)

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Get ready for the best news ever! Can’t stand working out? Running too boring? Just start fucking instead! Turns out it’s great exercise. Here’s the science to prove it: Researchers from the University of Quebec .


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Montreal recruited 21 couples, ran control tests on treadmills, then sent the teams home with armband monitors and instructions to hump at least once a week for a month. The results:The level of exercise during sex equaled that of shoveling snow, play¬ing doubles tennis or walking uphill. Not quite as strenuous as jogging on the treadmill, but about 157 zillion times more fun! Average calories burned were 4.2 per minute for men and 3.1 for women during sessions that included both sex and fore- play. By the way, an average session lasted 24.7 minutes, gentlemen, so don’t get lazy. Additional stats come courtesy of Jaiya Kinzbach. an L A.-based sexologist and author of Red Hot Touch:Giving head can bum
100 calories per half hour! Actually fucking: 144-plus calories every 30 minutes.The key to sexercise is to make it hot and make it last Add a little moaning and sighing to bum extra fat Try a position change.
Ladies can climb on top and squat to bum up to 207 calories in a half hour. The hotter the room, the sweatier you get. the more intense your workout.

Now for the big dimax: The best way to maximize your calorie blast? Orgasm!

As for the all-night orgy pictured here, the women reported dropping an entire dress size! The men were too drained to talk.

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Naked, in-your-face protests—what better way to fight for our fourlegged friends? Sixty million animals are sacrificed to the fur trade every year. Some are left alive to die after the pelts have been tom from their bodies. In Spain, where this bloody spectade took place. 400,000 mink are bred in captivity annually. Bom in April, they die in November, alive for six months locked in cages. To make a single chinchilla wrap, 300 animals are killed A leopard- skin coat murders six magnificent cats. As Ajda Gascon, director of AnimaNaturalis, explains. “These days there is no need to rip the skins off these animals to make garments when there are so many more ethical products available.” To learn more, go to And for the only Beaver Hunt we endorse, go to page 98.

The biggest in the USA

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Britney Spears look alike at South Beach

Britney Spears look alike on the beach in Miami - South Beach

Her favorite brand is American Eagle

Melinda from Florida is 21 years old with blonde hair and loves American Eagle

Even if you don’t!

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Be the one to start a conversation (2pics)

One hour with the princess of Persia.

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You just can’t get enough of that!

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“Education Mayor”

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During my 50 years at The Village Voice, I wrote about Wilson Reyes and other kids taken into police custody for minor infractions. In a more civilized era of American schooling they would have merely been scolded by their teacher or perhaps sent to the principal’s office.
New York State law prohibits children under 16 from being arrested for minor, noncriminal violations Ike loitering. But until deciding not to seek a fourth term, Michael Bloomberg—New York City’s self-anomted “Education Mayor”— and former Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly fostered the policy of booking “problem’ students at the nearest precinct house.
Human rights advocate John W. Whitehead.
head of The Rutherford Institute, has continuaBy documented the extent of over-policing. He believes that America’s schools have been transformed into “authoritarian instruments of compliance” and cites a litany of glaring examples: “A 14-year-old student arrested for text- ing in class. Three middle-school-aged boys in Florida thrown to the ground by police officers wielding rifles, who then arrested them for goofing off on the roof of the school…Two six-year-old students in Maryland suspended for using their fingers as imaginary guns in a schoolyard game of cops-and-robbers A 12-year-old New York student hauled out of school in handcuffs for doodling on her desk with an erasable marker.”
-Nat Hentoff – a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and Jazz Foundation of America board member, is a historian of the Constitution, syndicated columnist and jazz critic.


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The National Security Agency’s voracious surveilance of Americans shows what the federal government thinks of privacy. But local law-enforcement agencies and school admin¬istrators nationwide are also destroying We the People’s Constitutional rights with impunity.
In his blog “The Over- Policing of America,” lawyer Chase Madar details how oppressive our country has become: “There is the proliferation of heavily armed SWAT teams, even in small towns; the use of shock-and-awe tactics to bust smalltime bookies; the no-knock raids to recover trace amount of drugs that often result in the killing of family dogs, if not family members. But American over-policing involves far more than the widely reported up-armoring of your local precinct It’s also the way police power has entered the DNA of social policy, turning just about every sphere of American life into a police matter.”
Madar continues with the transmogrification of America into a dictatorship like the Soviet Union under Josef Stalin: “It starts in our schools, where discipline is increasingly outsourced to police personnel. What not long ago would have been seen as normal childhood misbehavior—doodling on a desk, farting in class, a kindergartener’s tantrum—can leave a kid in handcuffs, removed from school or even booked at the local precinct. Such ’criminals’ can be as young as seven -year-old Wilson Reyes, a New Yorker who was handcuffed and interrogated under suspicion of stealing five dollars from a classmate. (Turned out he didn’t do it.)”

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In 1721 Zenger expressed that same notion in his anti-royal newspaper, the New York Weekly Journal: “The exposing therefore of publick wickedness, as it is a duty which every man owes to the truth and his country, can never be a libel in the nature of things ’
Snowden has made that same pant in defense of his leaking information about the National Security Agency’s widespread and deeply intrusive surveillance of every aspect of the lives of people throughout the world. Moreover, this egregious spying was conducted without the specific warrants required by the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The truth that Snowden shared with major news organizations was kept from the American public and indeed was specifically denied by James R. Clapper Jr., the director of national intelligence. Testifying at a Senate committee hearing, Dapper blatantly lied when he insisted that the NSA was not in the business of snooping on the phone records and emails of ordinary Americans. Clapper perjured himself with that testimony but has never been held accountable. Meanwhile. Snowden—who told the truth—faces the potential of life in prison for violating the Espionage Act.

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dward Snowden is the John Peter Zenger of our time. In case you don’t get the his¬torical reference, Zenger was a key figure in this nation’s grand struggle for freedom of the press In 1734 he was charged with seditious libel for pnnting articles challenging the power of New York’s colonial governor. Zenger was jailed for more than eight months before being tried, but a jury’s not-guilty verdict set the standard for unfettered freedom of the press incorporated in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Like Zenger. Snowden faces the charge of sedition based on publicizing information that was both true and embarrassing to the government. And like Zenger, whistleblower Snowden has a solid argument in his defense that the highest obligation of a free press is to present the truth to the public no matter its inconvenience to the powers that be.

The political leader needs some rest

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Look who scored big, proving once again that a man’s junk is this woman’s treasure. The only jewel in a castful of slugs, Brandi Passante from A&E’s Storage Wars has been awarded a whopping $750 judgment for a video posted by revenge-pom king Hunter Moore.


Mom of my dreams

Daddy made sure his rancid seed got the golden pass at BYU, then croaked from cancer and chronic self-righteousness. Even though ol’ Rex shriveled into a miserable end likely caused by nuclear-test fallout, his son still fought to let radioactive waste be dumped into Utah and now wants to cripple healthcare. If there’s one thing “Let ‘Em Suffer” Lee ain’t got, it’s a human heart.
He also hasn’t gotten that Congress isn’t a church. He talks about rights in religious terms, even comparing the Declaration of Independence (a real thing) with Christ’s Sermon on the Mount (a shaky story at best). His approach to the Constitution—which he treats the way Fundamentalists treat the Bible—is what’s called “originalist.”

Sister-in-law of our dreams

My hot sister in law

Ira Glasser, a true civil libertarian, was the ACLU’s executive director from 1978 to 2001. He said that Romero’s letter to Holder illustrated “the transformation of the ACLU from a civil liberties organization to a liberal bandwagon organization.” He added that “it’s just astonishing to me that a statement like that could go out without any understanding that they [ACLU] were violating their own policy.”
The ACLU wasn’t. Anthony Romero was.
My position is: When, as allegedly happened to Zimmerman, someone is standing over you and banging your head hard again and again against the ground, you are entitled to defend yourself.
Romero’s letter prompted this response from my old friend Michael Meyers—a longtime battler for and teacher of civil rights: “No government, much less an angry community, is entitled to a verdict to their liking… .The ACLU is not the NAACP; the ACLU is the guardian of individual liberty, not a victims’ rights or racial grievance group.”

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