Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Having at least some education beyond high school is associated with a decreased risk of dying from cancer among black and white men and women, according to a study published online September 11 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
Race and socioeconomic status are well-established as predictors of cancer mortality in the U.S. Jessica Albano of the American Cancer Society in Atlanta and colleagues used data collected from death certificates and the U.S. Bureau of the Census to examine the associations between education level and mortality rates from lung, breast, prostate, and colorectal cancers. The data included 137,708 cancer deaths that occurred in 2001 among black and white men and women between the ages of 25 and 64.
Higher education levels were associated with decreased cancer mortality among black and white men and white women. The difference in mortality for all groups was greatest between those with 12 or fewer years of education and those with more than 12 years. These differences likely reflect relationships between education and other factors that are more directly associated with risks of developing and dying from cancer, such as tobacco use, cancer screening, and access to healthcare.
If we're increasing premiums for smokers and the obese there doesn't seem to be any legitimate reason to not increase insurance costs for the poor and uneducated. After all they end up costing the insurance system and the federal government much much more than the wealthier, skinnier and educated folk. I don't quite understand why the wealthy have to continually pay for the problems of the poor. Let's have some self-respect people! Fix your situation, go to school and go on a god damned diet!
A popular hobby among devotees of anime and manga, cosplay — costume combined with play — pays tribute to fans' favorite characters. Donning a costume offers shy geeks an anonymous mode of self-expression and fun. Traditionally homemade, cosplay attire is now easy to find in shops catering to otaku. From roots in Japan, the phenomenon has gone international: The world's largest cosplay event, Comic-Con, takes place in San Diego. But the center of the cosplay universe remains Tokyo's Akihabara district, the vast high tech mall where teams of enthusiasts perform spectacularly choreographed dances set to manga theme songs.
Seriously... move out of your moms basement and get some real friends. This is no way to succeed in life. You will be made fun of, shunned, not given job opportunities and your significant other (if you find one) will be fucking weird as shit. I could go on and on about all the reasons why you shouldn't do this stupid shit I certainly can't think of one good reason to continue with the weirdness!
Ok so maybe some sexy women do the whole Cosplayer thing... but they are probably paid models ;)
Monday, September 10, 2007
Hail to the Furries!
She is also noted for her passionate campaign to bring the Furry lifestyle into the mainstream, and serves as a beacon of hope for those in academia unashamed of their penchant for sex in animal costumes.
Yes you heard me right... via Neatorama.
Lick me in the ass!Words straight from the most accurate source evah!, Wikipedia.
Let us be glad!
Grumbling is in vain!
Growling, droning is in vain,
is the true cross of the life.
Thus let us be glad and merry!
Lick Me in the Ass (German: Leck mich im Arsch) is a canon in B-flat major composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, K231 (K382c), with lyrics in German. It was one of a set of at least six canons probably written in Vienna in 1782. Sung by six voices as a three-part round, it is thought to be a party piece for his friends.
The song's title and lyrics are a reference to anal-oral contact, and have been used as evidence to support the contention that Mozart suffered from Tourette's syndrome, but are perhaps better translated as "kiss my ass" or "get stuffed".
Mozart's widow, Constanze Mozart, sent the manuscripts of the canons to publishers Breitkopf & Härtel in 1799, saying that they would need to be adapted for publication. The publisher changed the scatological titles and lyrics to the more acceptable - and saleable - "Laßt froh uns sein" ("Let us be glad!"). The original, unbowdlerized manuscript and lyrics were discovered in 1991, with the manuscript for another Mozart work, "Leck mir den Arsch fein recht schön sauber" ("Lick me in the arse nice and clean", K233; K382d in the revised numbering), although later research has indicated that the latter composition is probably the work of Wenzel Trnka (1739-1791).
Whatever your research indicated, "furries" and "furry fandom" arose out of a love for anthropomorphized (i.e., talking) animals, anything from Yogi Bear to Disney's Robin Hood to Planet of the Apes. Just about every major science-fiction convention used to have a "furry" party, where people of like interest could watch G-rated furry videos, trade sketches of furry characters, and talk about their fan interests.We here at Everyone Hates You! fully agree with this sentiment. Furry fucking is the greatest thing to ever come out of human sexuality. What we enjoy even more is Furry fucking in Second life! You know you're a real winner if you can't even get enough real furry lovin' in real life that you go to the intarwebs for more!
Nail her Spot! give it to her! you fucking stud of a man!
Get a fucking clue - stop pretending to fuck animals you sickos.
So enjoy the offensive material to come!