Science has just provided new hope for the bald, but it may not be what you think.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania showed students photos of similar-looking, similar-aged men—some with hair and others with shaved heads. They also showed photos of men with hair and then the same man with his hair digitally removed. In both cases, the bald guys were perceived to be more manly and more dominant. Furthermore, the study's participants guessed that the head shavers were an inch taller and 13 percent stronger than their haired counterparts.
According to a new survey from the dating site Seeking Arrangement, the nature of the love letter has radically changed over the last decade. Instead of putting pen to paper, amorous messages now usually come in the form emails or text messages.
But the question remains: Do you keep such notes after a relationship has ended and you've moved on?
We never get tired of watching families reunite after long tours of duty in the military. Watch what happens when this Marine returns from Afghanistan and surprises his little brother with a public reunion in front of his B-ball buddies.
Recently, Congress directed the FAA to revise its safety regulations on unmanned aircraft, clearing the way for more domestic use of drones. This would mean, among other things, that local police departments would be freer to use drones for surveillance.
The most notable thing about the season finale of Jerry Seinfeld's web series 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee' -- which features his 'Seinfeld' co-star Michael Richards -- is toward the end, when Richards addresses his notorious racially-charged meltdown at the Laugh Factory in 2006.
Just about every workplace has a coffee maker somewhere. And that's because a good chunk of the employed can't make it through their nine-to-five without a jolt of joe. But just what percentage of workers would be doomed if coffee suddenly disappeared?
If you haven't seen 'Toy Story 3,' you should probably stop reading and not watch this video. But if you have, you would know that at the end of the movie Buzz Lightyear and friends face certain death via fiery incinerator, only to be saved at the last moment by a giant claw.
Some pranksters decided to have fun with the movie's ending and the target of the prank was their poor unsuspecting mother.
Buzz Bishop (not pictured) says he was just being honest when he wrote that his older son is "my favorite of the two." However the daddy blogger's truth-telling hasn't sat well with many of his readers, who have expressed their surprise and outrage that he would put something like that on the internet.
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