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Nerd of Batman, sports, logic, Diddy, objectivity, Star Trek, personal enlightenment, Lincoln, the Rays, psychology, mic dropping. Kind've in that order.
-- A definitive answer to does shoe size correlate to penis size? The same year that the English study claimed to bust the shoe-size myth, Greek urologists observed a relationship between penis length and the length of one’s index finger. If the size of other body parts correlates with penis length, it would be surprising if shoe size did not. (Tall people with big hands, after all, are likely to have big feet.) Individual variation is to be expected, but this question may remain unsettled until a series of well-constructed studies reach the same conclusion.
Sorry if I wasted your time, there's nothing definitive.
-- Hooray for great food. It's Restaurant Week. Each of the restaurants — including venues in Toledo as well as Holland, Maumee, Perrysburg, Swanton, Sylvania and Waterville — will feature a special Restaurant Week menu priced at $10, $20 or $30. Drinks, taxes and gratuities are not included unless specified. Plate 21 will offer a special coffeehouse menu priced at $5.
-- Because of this cop, you can begin to compare the Pistorius case to the OJ case. The discovery of blood-covered evidence leads to the impression of an open-and-shut case—until one of the investigating police officers is discovered to have contaminated the crime scene, and accused of committing serious offenses himself. Sound familiar? Hilton Botha, the lead investigator in the case against South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius, admitted this week that he'd contaminated the crime scene, acknowledged that police had no evidence to contradict Pistorius' rendition of events, and incorrectly claimed that he'd found boxes of steroids in Pistorius' room.
-- Bill O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln was one of the best books I've read in years. A biography - mostly - written in the style of a thriller. BOR has signed on to write Killing Jesus. In Killing Jesus, O'Reilly "will recount the seismic political and historical events" that made the death of the "beloved and controversial young revolutionary" known as Jesus of Nazareth inevitable.
-- I don't have any time, or the desire any longer, to play video games anymore, but I wonder if the PS4 isn't going to be over my head anyway. “We’ve reached a point with the PS4 where you can see subtle emotions in a character’s face and look into his eyes and see his soul,” said Cage. “Game creators can forget about technology limitations and focus on game experiences that will take you to places you’ve never been before, and feel emotions you’ve never felt before (in a game). We are now only limited by our own imagination."
-- Odd. Odd. Odd. This guy MAY have spontaneously combusted. For those not in the know, spontaneous human combustion is not a thing that happens terribly often. There have only been approximately 200 cases worldwide over the course of the last 300 years. When the unlikelihood of such an event was pointed out to the county sheriff, he merely stated, "I'm not saying this happened. I'm just saying that we haven't ruled it out."