Do you think if the Obama administration knew how much more racist it would make the Drudge Report they still would have had Andrew Breitbart killed?
"The question of who should pay for dates during courtship — and how couples actually go about splitting expenses — is the topic of a new study presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association."
"If Weight Gain Follows Smoking Cessation, Is it Worth it?" —This is one of those "you will have to decide on your own" things, I guess.
"With little to no scientific evidence backing them, why do so many people still look at their horoscopes?"
"What causes some sliced deli meats to possess an iridescent sheen? On occasion, a slice of ham or beef will exhibit the sort of rainbow spot one might see on an oil slick or the inside of a seashell. Why?"
"A small set of New Yorkers spends summers or parts of summers in the fashionable towns collectively known as the Hamptons. A much larger group of New Yorkers assiduously follows all that goes on there: the parties, the benefits, the celebrity sightings—and, to a lesser extent, the food and the wine. Who's eating where and who's drinking what? Are the nights fueled by Champagne and the days filled with Sancerre?"