Friday, April 04, 2008

Come on guys, at least face the camera -- show some respect.

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Sex that lasts 1 to 2 minutes is 'too short,' say therapists

A survey of sex therapists concluded the optimal amount of time for sexual intercourse was 3 to 13 minutes. The findings, to be published in the May issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine, strike at the notion that endurance is the key to a great sex life.

If that sounds like good news to you, don't cheer too loudly. The time does not count foreplay, and the therapists did rate sexual intercourse that lasts from 1 to 2 minutes as "too short." It's difficult for older men and young men to make sexual intercourse last much longer, said Marianne Brandon, a clinical psychologist and director of Wellminds Wellbodies in Annapolis, Md. » Full article here

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Harder, bodies, faster (the drunk girls version)

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Police seek dude who stuffed stolen guitar down his pants

Police were searching for three men Wednesday, one of them accused of stealing a guitar from a music store by stuffing the instrument down his pants.

Police said that two of the suspects stood around inside the store, acting as lookouts and providing distraction. The third man shoved the guitar into his pants and pulled a long sweatshirt over the top of it, police said. » Full article here

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Wow -- this is embarrassing.

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Dude gets revenge on girlfriend for prank.

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DUI mom gets jail after making boy blow into ignition lock

The woman, who has many drunk-driving arrests, was sentenced to eight years in prison. "Your addiction is stronger than your love for your children," a judge told Tammy Miller, 39. "That child was used and I think abused under those circumstances." » Full article here

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Cop... pwned!

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Gas station owner sells winning lottery ticket, rewards customers

The owner of a Mobil gas station promises to funnel his $50,000 check for selling Tuesday's winning Mega Millions ticket to buy 9,000 gallons of gas. He plans to sell it at cost, about $3 a gallon, to share the windfall. "If you win something, you should do something with it. Don't be greedy," said Saad, 48, of Dearborn.

The winner of the 12-state jackpot plans to end the mystery at 3:20 p.m. today in Lansing. The lucky guy will walk away with a lump-sum payout of $84.1 million or about $62.7 million after taxes, said Andi Brancato, a spokeswoman for the Michigan Lottery. » Full article here

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