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Coffee Break

March 29th, 2012 by in Images, Links

5 Computer Hacks from Movies You Won't Believe Are Possible - [Cracked] 5 Silly Reasons People Decided to Duel - [Mental Floss] Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy: Inside Dartmouth's Hazing Abuses - [Rolling Stone] (via)
I was a member of a fraternity that asked pledges, in order to become a brother, to: swim in a kiddie pool of vomit, urine, fecal matter, semen and rotten food products; eat omelets made of vomit; chug cups of vinegar, which in one case caused a pledge to vomit blood; drink beer poured down fellow pledges' ass cracks... among other abuses.
Study: Sad Movies Tend To Make People Happier - [NewsFeed]
The study reveals that most people enjoy watching tragedies because it forces them to reflect on their own relationships, which are generally a major source of happiness in life. Associate Professor Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, who led the study, said when people watch tragic movies it conjures up a “count your blessings” mentality about their relationships with loved ones, and brightens moods in the short-term.
I Got A Vasectomy At 25 - [BroBible]
I’m fixed. I knew, even before I ever had sex (you know, with a woman), I did not want to ever have kids.  I guess I was pretty self-aware as a little kid.  I’m much too selfish to deal with off-spring and knowing how well-behaved my dogs are, I’d probably have raised a batch of little serial killers anyway. Anyway, to prevent the unthinkable, and rather than having to depend on my wife’s less-than-stellar memory to prevent an unwanted child from entering the world, I decided the best course of action was for me to get fixed. This also keeps her from actually having to take those hormones, which is probably better for her, too.  I decided to have this done at the ripe old age of 25, just after I moved to Denmark.
Syrian Refugees (Photos) - [Big Picture]


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