Friday, March 10, 2006

Odds and Ends...

* Danish researchers report that pregnant women who drink more than eight cups of coffee per day put the child at risk in many ways. Among them, giving birth to a child with a Don King hairdo.

* Because of budget cuts in school districts nationwide, many students are taking their P.E. classes online. Students keep online journals and must have parents or coaches certify that they complete their workouts. They must also have verification that at least once a day they’ve been slapped in the butt with a wet towel.

* A new research project intending to support a psychological theory to dieting has fallen on hard times. The idea is that if you eat from a smaller than usual plate, your brain will think you’ve eaten more than you actually have. But the project fell through when researchers discovered subjects were just using larger tables.

3 comments:

Gabrielle Eden said...

oh LOL LOL!

radiomike said...

Here's an odd and end for you: the man that has supplied Barry Bonds with steriods (Greg Anderson) since 1998 was a shortstop at Fort Hays. It's in the most recent edition of Sports Illustrated. Anderson was using steriods when he played in Hays. I'm guessing he was a Fort Hays ballplayer in the early to mid 80's

Doug said...

Dang, FHSU has taken a hit the last few years with the murders and such. Maybe Fred Phelps should protest.