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Ladies, we're not saying you should use this as an EXCUSE to be HOSTILE and MISERABLE in the morning. But you could. A new study out of Duke University has scientifically proven that WOMEN are more ANGRY, HOSTILE, and GRUMPY in the morning than MEN. And there's actually a good reason: Women's bodies need more sleep than men's . . . approximately 20 minutes more.
The study found that when women don't get enough sleep, it increases their risk of heart disease, stroke, and depression. Men's health is NOT affected in the same way. So when women are angrier in the morning, it's actually because their bodies are in more PAIN than men's from lack of sleep.
His mugshot wound up on a local website called MugshotsGainesville.com, that posts all the mugshots of people who were recently arrested in the area.
And in a great twist of irony, his mugshot was displayed right next to an ad for his LAW PRACTICE.
Edwards is one of the partners at Schackow, Mercadante & Edwards. It makes sense that they'd advertise on the mugshots site, because the people on it probably need criminal defense attorneys. But they weren't expecting THIS.
Taylor Swift spent an hour on Saturday visiting a 10-year-old cancer patient named Lauren Hacker at Omaha's Children's Hospital.
Lauren's father said Taylor was terrific. She brought a "bag of goodies" and autographed just about everything pushed her way.
Taylor's actually in town because her "Red" tour kicks off tomorrow night in Omaha . . . but you have to give credit to Lauren's family and friends for making it happen.
They put together a YouTube video featuring Taylor's song "You Belong With Me" . . . but with the lyrics changed to talk about Lauren's cancer and how she's a huge fan. Taylor's people contacted them after she saw the video.
1.) The GPS: 55% of people who use one say they've sworn at it.
2.) Getting cut off by another driver.
3.) People who don't use their turn signal when turning or changing lanes.
4.) People who talk on their cell phone while driving.
5.) Someone driving slow in the fast lane. This is the ONLY thing that MEN were more likely to swear at than women. 15% of men mentioned it . . . while only 7% of women did.