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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Michael Jackson's '84 Pepsi Commercial Hair Accident


After watching this never-before-seen video from Us Weekly with Michael's hair on fire, I wondered how many of us have had similar accidents?

Seriously, I think most of us have fried our eyelashes and front hair while grilling. You know, we open-up the propane tank from our Lynx grill, but since it's been sitting out in the backyard throughout the winter months, the ignition system fails. So what do we do? Of coarse we try to nose out matches -- and by the time we finally throw one in there... kaboom! Our arm hairs curl like nylon rope-ends, and our burning crest adquires that foul sulphurish-whif.

Yes, it has happened. That's 'cause we can't see past that rib eye, and simply cannot focus right.

Bottom line -- if your hair happens to explode into flames, and you suffer 3rd degree burns to your scalp and face, run to the ER. But, if you feel safe enough to finish building that perfect fire to marble your tender meat, then try spraying some Post-Shave Repair on your face; its soothing ingredients will help calm any redness and burning sensation, while refresing and healing your skin.

Once you fiinish enjoying that perfect grilled steak (naturally after you allow the juices to return to the center of the meat as it sits for a few minutes), go ahead and jump in the shower -- wash your hair using Daily Shampoo to help repair your damaged hair. This will revitalizes and nurture it for vigorous hair growth.

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

New Book Raises Controversy About The Way We Think of Diet and Nutrition

If you've ever browsed the health aisle of a bookstore, you have a pretty good idea of the huge amount of information available covering almost every facet of health, eating and nutrition. More and more of these books are published everyday, pushing new ideas about nutrition to the forefront, and causing yesterday's advice to fade into the background.

With all this "nutritional help" available, why are men still dealing with a growing weight problem?

Gary Taubes proposes to shed a different light on the answer in his new book, Good Calories, Bad Calories. Although the book has caused plenty of eyebrows to lift by heaping even more blame on carbs for increased weight problems and revealing that the "obesity" crisis actually comes down to a small increase of body mass index, Taubes's main point seems to be that our ideas of nutrition and weight gain are based on scientific information that has not been thoroughly tested or proven, and has simply been accepted by us as "fact."

Taubes is getting plenty of heat for his strong views (some say he tends to omit contradictory health studies of the past), and he's gained plenty of attention for this new approach to nutrition (he's been featured in Men's Journal, ABC News, and the New York Times last month alone).

But what do you think about Taubes's concept? Is there anything wrong with re-thinking the facts of nutrition? Or is it just another book to add to the growing mountain of literature offering yet another "health fix" for the average man?

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