Month: December 2009

Sexy Sunday 112

Leah Remini Leah Remini is that one really loud Italian chick. She is old enough to have been on “Cheers”, yet young enough to come in at number 12 on Maxim’s top 100 sexiest women in the not to distant past (2002). She was in the movie “Old School”. The daughter of an asbestos company owner, Remini dropped out of school at the age of 14. At the beginning of her working life, Remini had a variety of jobs, such as waitressing, selling car insurance, and as a telemarketer for a solar heating company. She landed her first speaking role on the critically acclaimed television docudrama chronicling the intricate dynamic of an intercity public school, known as “Head of the Class”. She later moved on to portray characters in other socially relevant shows and movies that tackled issues such as alcoholism (“Cheers”), suburban decline (“Saved by the Bell”), incest (“Friends”), acquaintance rape (“Old School”) and spousal abuse (“The King of Queens”)...

Read More

Sexy Sunday 111

Winona Ryder Ranked Number 42 on Empire magazine’s Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time, in 1997, and one of People magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People, that same year, Winona Ryder is a two-time Academy Award nominated actress. However, despite her impressive film career, Winona’s personal life has eclipsed it in terms of notoriety. She’s perhaps best known for having dated Johnny Depp. He bears an infamous tattoo on his arm that once read “Winona Forever,” but now reads “Wino Forever.” More recently, she made international headlines for shoplifting in Beverly Hills. Winona Ryder was named after the town in which she was born: Winona, Minnesota. Her parents quickly moved to Northern California, where she was raised in a home without electricity. Her parents are hippies, and were good friends with famed Beat poet Allen Ginsberg and LSD pioneer Timothy Leary. Leary is actually Winona’s Godfather. It would seem that pretty much made it impossible for her parents to lay down any rules while she was growing up. Winona went to acting school in San Francisco, and landed her first part in 1986’s Lucas. The late ‘80s saw Winona enjoy a meteoric rise in success. She starred in Tim Burton’s Beetle Juice (1988) and Edward Scissorhands (1990) as well as in Heathers (1989), all of which gave her an edgy, dark persona. Edward Scissorhands is also where Winona met...

Read More

Protect Your Heart and Live to 100 Tips 91-100

91. Swallow phytosterols and phytostanols: These substances are derived from pine trees. They can lower your bad cholesterol levels by 10-15%. 92. Buy OJ fortified with calcium: Increasing your calcium intake can reduce your blood pressure. The vitamin C will also lower your risk of dying from heart disease up to 40%. 93. Eat pumpkin seeds: One ounce of these seeds contain 1/3 of your daily magnesium intake. Having a magnesium deficieny can increase your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and increase the build up of plaque and elevate your cholesterol levels.  94. Get pricked: Taking part in acupuncture can trigger endorphins which help relax the heart. 95. Change your oil: By replacing corn or vegetable oil with sesame seed oil can lower your blood pressure by 30 points in 60 days. 96. Get a massage: Getting a massage can help to relieve stress and reduce inflammation. 97. Pick the can: Some canned vegetables were found to have 40% higher levels of antioxidants to fight heart disease then some fresh vegetables. 98. Eat red licorice: A compound found in licorice has been shown to spike blood pressure. This is especially true in men who eat black licorice. Fruit flavoured licorice however doesn’t contain this compound. 99. Be a vegetarian every now and then: By eating lentils, tofu, nuts and beans each day for a month you can...

Read More

Getting Beyond “He Said/She Said”

The term, “He said/she said” is often heard in the unfortunate case of rape.  In this situation the term applies to the fact that when there is little factual evidence on which to base a decision the jury is left trying to determine who’s story they believe and the case becomes one of her word against his.  These cases perhaps illustrate the problems regarding he said/she said that couples are faced with in a relationship.  Beyond the fact that in a rape case one or both of the parties may not be telling the truth, exists the underlying problem that men and women think and process information differently. The differences between men and women include differences in thought process, sensitivity, memory, and communication.  A successful relationship is one that recognizes the difference between men and women and is able to get beyond the he said/she said scenarios. Men and women have a different thought process when it comes to solving problems.  While both sexes are capable of solving problems equally well the thought process involved in coming to a resolution varies between men and women.  For men a problem is an opportunity for them to demonstrate their problem solving skills in a quick and efficient manner.  Men see having the problem solved as the ultimate goal and they believe that the best solution is the one that is quickest...

Read More


Via BuzzFeed

Random Quote

I think we have to make love on the front lawn like crazed weasels NOW!

Dating Personals - Visit Joedate.com North America's fastest growing 100% FREE online dating community!
YouDate.net: Free Online Dating

Pin It on Pinterest