Rob's Screwy News - Friday
Mar 16th, 2012
Spam email isn't as oppressive as it used to be . . . the email providers have done an incredible job of filtering it out. BUT . . . our inboxes are still full of junk. It's just junk we volunteer for. A new study found the average person will get 14,600 emails in 2012, or about 40 a day . . . and 80% will be voluntary junk like website newsletters, Groupon offers, and Facebook notifications.
It's not exactly breaking news to say people watch a lot of TV. Just how much do we watch? The average person watches 4.4 hours per day. That's 31 hours a week . . . two full months a year . . . or 11 YEARS out of your adult lifetime.
If you're having trouble controlling your weight, blame your co-workers. A study by Medi-Weightloss Clinics found that 29% of dieters feel pressured to eat more by their coworkers. Sometimes it's innocent, like someone bringing in something they baked. But often it's something more SINISTER . . . like making fun of a person's diet, or ordering high-calorie food for them at a business lunch.
According to a new survey, growing your own fruits and vegetables can improve your love life.
A builder in England found Jesus' face in the plaster on a wall . . . then painted over it. (Full Story)