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As I was browsing through some old magazines the other day, I came across a fantastic issue of  Popular Science  from 1962 that contained a feature on unarmed self-defense. The article was adapted from a book entitled Modern Judo and Self-Defense by Harry Ewen, a “police judo” expert. The best part of the multi-page article are the fantastic mid-century illustrations by Dana Rasmussen, featuring a well-dressed judo expert who looks like he might work with Don Draper when he isn’t throwing ruffians over his shoulder. Even the “thug” in the article is pretty dapper, proving once again that everything was just swankier back in the day — even the bad guys.

Lead player Shia LaBeouf publicly apologized for the wretched excess of “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” — . “Transformers 2” — and Bay himself reportedly wasn’t very happy about it, either. This third chapter in the franchise might be viewed as a kinda-sorta mea culpa. But it’s probably safer to simply accept it as the best in the series, thanks in large measure to a relatively clever script (by Ehren Kruger) that cheekily links the Autobot/Decepticon conflict to the . space program of the 1960s and ‘70s. (A nifty touch: Real-life moonwalker Buzz Aldrin makes a cameo appearance as himself.) Even the inevitable climactic smackdown, which has Team Optimus Prime and Team Megatron laying waste to much of downtown Chicago, is more thrilling than usual.

The one thing I liked of this article is that it is not centered on the gossip aspects of the story. Instead, the focus is on giving advice to men, as in “make sure this does not happen to you” or “this could happen to you if you are not careful when choosing your life partner”. However, I am already seeing some guys in the comments going full gossip and speculation. Fun as it is to talk about celebrities private life, I think those kind of things belong to gossip publications aimed at women and is not really an activity men should indulge in.

On a movie date, it turns out there is good reason to pay those exorbitant concession stand prices. For thousands of years, Eastern and Western cultures have turned to licorice when the libido is lacking. Licorice contains phytoestrogen sterols, which affect sex hormones (estrogen and testosterone levels), although exactly how and to what degree has not yet been fully determined. Some believe that the strong smell of licorice may be a factor. When Dr. Alan Hirsch of the Chicago Smell and Taste Treatment Research Foundation hit the candy store to find out which smells sexually appealed to people, he found that women were aroused by the smell of (oddly enough) Good n' Plenty. And for men, the aromatic combination of black licorice combined with doughnuts increased penile blood flow by an amazing 32 percent.

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On a movie date, it turns out there is good reason to pay those exorbitant concession stand prices. For thousands of years, Eastern and Western cultures have turned to licorice when the libido is lacking. Licorice contains phytoestrogen sterols, which affect sex hormones (estrogen and testosterone levels), although exactly how and to what degree has not yet been fully determined. Some believe that the strong smell of licorice may be a factor. When Dr. Alan Hirsch of the Chicago Smell and Taste Treatment Research Foundation hit the candy store to find out which smells sexually appealed to people, he found that women were aroused by the smell of (oddly enough) Good n' Plenty. And for men, the aromatic combination of black licorice combined with doughnuts increased penile blood flow by an amazing 32 percent.

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