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Would you snoop? JT, MJ, and Boy George
by Rona,posted Aug 29 2012 6:54AM
Would you sift through the emails, texts and voicemails of a significant other? A new survey indicates that women are more likely than men to be OK with doing a little bit of online and electronic stalking if they suspect their romantic interest of “bad behavior.” The survey, conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of post-50 dating site OurTime.com, looked at the dating behaviors and preferences of adults 18 or older across the country. Here's the story I read:
Unsurprisingly, what daters find to be acceptable or commonplace differs based on age group, physical location and gender.
-37% of women are totally fine with “e-snooping” on their dates
- 29% of men said they were okay with e- snooping
Age also has a big impact on one’s comfort with invading a significant other’s technological space:
-36% of 18 to 34-year-olds
-40% of 35 to 44-year-olds said they’d feel comfortable doing so,
-26% of people over the age of 55 would snoop if given the chance
I know he's been gone for about 2 years but I still miss him. Today would have been his 54th birthday. Happy Birthday MJ.
Believe it or not, you CAN teach an old dog new tricks. A survey of dog trainers by Bark Busters reveals that senior dogs were easier to train than the average dog in terms of time and effort. As far as which breeds were the easiest to train, Golden retrievers, pit bulls and poodles top the list. Conversely, popular family breeds – Labradors, bulldogs and beagles – were found to require the most time and effort to train. When asked to rank the ease of training dogs on a number of factors, trainers said that senior dogs and mixed breeds were actually easier to train than the average dog; more difficult to train were puppies and small or toy dogs. As far as brains, Border Collies remain the smartest.
Justin Timberlake not only wants to sing, be funny, design men's clothing, and oh yeah, look good doing it. He now wants to help design your home. Enter Justin TImberlake and Estee Stanley's Home Mint. It's their exclusive home design company. Want to know more about how JT is going to outfit your home? Gohere! The stuff is really nice but it's also if you have some disposable income. Pretty to look at. I'm speaking of the items on the site, not only Justin.
Have you heard this song "Video Games" by Lana Del Ray? It's a melancholy and vintagey song. I like it. Here it is below. After you see her version, check out Boy George's version of this song. It's different and more country. He doesn't appear in the video so even when you see it, you have a hard time knowing it's him. His video is below this one.
Now Boy George...I honestly thought it was Lyle Lovett.