Zelda got scared on the drive home
What advice can you give smart women who intimidate men?
It depends on what she intimidates them for. If they’re intimidated because she’s smart, then she needs to date smarter men. If they’re intimidated because she’s nasty to them, then she needs to get over her anger with men or start sleeping with women. There’s no reason to try to make a life with someone you don’t like. — AMY BLOOM
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Is Makati CHall Bldg2 overpriced? Compare the figures & details w Shang Grand Tower & Residences - Karen Davila
New Stonehenge Discovery Changes Everything -
The mystery surrounding Stonehenge has suddenly deepened — literally. A first-of-its-kind study suggests that 15 previously undiscovered or poorly understood monuments lie hidden under the ancient stone monument and its surroundings. For the stud…
Prince announces two new albums, dropping next month -
Everyone’s favorite funk soul brother has announced the release of his 33rd studio album, Art Official Age, and another album, PlectrumElectrum, with his new band, 3rdEyeGirl, both dropping at the end
The Intelligent Plant - The New Yorker -
In 1973, a book claiming that plants were sentient beings that feel emotions, prefer classical music to rock and roll, and can respond to the unspoken thoughts of humans hundreds of miles away landed on the New York Times best-seller list for nonfiction. “The Secret Life of Plants,” by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird, presented a beguiling mashup of legitimate plant science, quack experiments, and mystical nature worship that captured the public imagination at a time when New Age thinking was seeping into the mainstream. The most memorable passages described the experiments of a former C.I.A. polygraph expert named Cleve Backster, who, in 1966, on a whim, hooked up a galvanometer to the leaf of a dracaena, a houseplant that he kept in his office. To his astonishment, Backster found that simply by imagining the dracaena being set on fire he could make it rouse the needle of the polygraph machine, registering a surge of electrical activity suggesting that the plant felt stress. “Could the plant have been reading his mind?” the authors ask. “Backster felt like running into the street and shouting to the world, ‘Plants can think!’ ”
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6 Common Dog Training Mistakes That You Should Avoid -
Raising a good dog doesn’t come naturally; here are some dog training mistakes most dog owners make that can compromise both parties.