I found this interesting. We hear that money is the cause of most divorces but we’re seeing the gender gap between unfaithful spouses closing: In 2010 surveys found 19% of men and 14% of women admitted to cheating on their partner. Last year, a study by
‘One reason cited for this sea change is "infidelity overload," the influx and normalization of unfaithful women in pop culture. The increased numbers of women away on business trips was another factor. And in another study conducted earlier this year by cultural anthropologist Helen Fisher for Match.com also seemed to say women have become more ambivalent about relationships and commitment: 77% of women said they needed personal space away from a partner, while only 58% of men said the same. 35% of the ladies also requested a “Girls Night Out” which 23% of men said they needed.
I don’t think we can blame just one gender for the apparent increase in infidelity. I do think that people take marriage, relationships, and faithfulness much less seriously than our parent’s generation did.
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How much waste is there in Florida? Enough.
Pill mills and pain clinics line thoroughfares throughout
Miami-Dade schools now offers healthier vending options, giving students and faculty alike the option of a fresh fruit or vegetable instead of a candy bar for that afternoon pick-me-up. But? At a cost of over $600,000 for just 56 machines, the school board's budget shortfall may now make more sense.
I was watching 60 minutes so I missed this new show last night…but Discovery Channel crashed a jet-liner in the Mexican desert…ON PURPOSE! A Boeing 727 passenger jet was deliberately crashed in a remote desert area of
The crash was filmed for the premiere episode of Curiosity. Pilots and crew members all parachuted out of the jet minutes before it crashed but there were cameras inside and out. It was flown remotely for the final moments before impact. This is the first time that a controlled plane crash has been carried out since 1984, when NASA tried a similar exercise. It looks like the back of the plane is still the safest spot to be!
The full results of the controlled crash will be released later this year in a feature-length documentary which will air on the Discovery Channel.