A study posted in the journal of Science this week found a link between people who experienced “last minute wedding jitters” and divorce. The researchers followed 135 newlywed couples and designed a test to analyze a potential correlation between their “subconcious doubts” and the “happiness” or vitality of their marriage. The study's findings could help couples predict whether they will be together four years following their wedding day.
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Fukuoka-based tire retailer Autoway's latest online spot takes a page from Japanese horror for this reminder of dangerous winter roads.
The video was uploaded in mid-November, and now has over 400,000 views on YouTube.
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(NEWSER) – Some 2 million user credentials for Facebook and other top services have appeared on a Russian-language website, likely thanks to malware installed on users' computers, experts tell the BBC. They believe a crime ring was probably behind the dump, which claimed to include 318,121 Facebook usernames and passwords, along with login details for users of Google, Yahoo, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Russian sites. "We don't know how many of these details still work," says a security researcher.
Los Angeles Coffee Bean displayed two tip jars, one reading- “Varsity Blues” and the other reading “Fast and Furious”, and asked customers to tip for their favorite Paul Walker movie. Shocked towards this Coffee Bean, Actor Jason Biggs took a picture of the tip jars, posted this question and tweeted, “Umm, am I crazy, or does this seem exploitive and in poor taste?”
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2013 will go down as the dumbest year in human history. Only 1246 comes close.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Police Department is struggling to recruit enough qualified candidates as fewer people are applying to join the nation's third-largest police force.
The department is down more than 100 officers since the decline began several months ago and has to hire about 350 officers a year to account for attrition, according to the Los Angeles Times. Officials worry the force could be understaffed for years if the currenttrend continues.
"Our entire plan is getting screwed up. ... We don't see an end to it," said LAPD Assistant Chief Sandy Jo MacArthur, who oversees recruitment and training for the department. "It is a very big red flag for us. Once you start losing ground, it is so hard to climb back."
In a quaint penthouse room above the city of
Participants can pay $15 dollars for a "snuggle party" or $60 dollars for a "one-on-one" session to fully experience the comforting "human touch" of another.
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VAN NUYS, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say 11 people were hurt, one seriously, in a multi-vehicle crash that blocked all southbound 405 Freeway in Van Nuys.
The collision around 9:30 a.m. backed up traffic for miles on the key Southern California artery.
The California Highway Patrol tells City News Service the crash involved a big rig, a catering truck and four other vehicles.
Los Angeles Fire Department officials say paramedics transported seven people for hospital treatment — one with serious injuries and six with minor-to-moderate injuries. Four other people were treated at the scene and released.