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Submitted 12-03-12 10:10
“It doesn’t have to be a red dress or a sexy outfit. It can be a red T-shirt.” (wired.com: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/02/women-red-clothes-fertility )
Adam Pazda, a psychologist at the University of Rochester in New York state comments on a new study suggesting men believe women wearing red are more like to be ‘interested in sex’.
“It could be that for women, seeing that their male partner is upset reflects some degree of the man's investment and emotional engagement in the relationship, even during difficult times.” (Daily Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/relationships/9126265/Research-finds-women-feel-happy-when-their-husband-or-partner-is-upset.html
Dr Shiri Cohen from Harvard Medical School comments on a new study which showed that a majority of 156 women quizzed, typically felt ‘happy when their husband or partner is upset’.
“I thought it all kind of sounded the same and was getting boring. It didn’t inspire me and other things did, so I started working on music for films and games.” (3News.co.nz: http://www.3news.co.nz/Paul-Oakenfold-rediscovers-his-love-for-trance/tabid/418/articleID/245486/Default.aspx#ixzz1oQYBdDZ9
Paul Oakenfold explains why he (temporarily) lost his love of trance.
" They are spooked by them. We had one horse who spun off its head during one of these concerts.” (Adelaide Now; http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/sport/superracing/concerts-either-side-of-race-day-makes-no-horse-sense/story-fn67lu29-1226293995619
Australian horse trainer John Sadler complains about music festivals being staged at Adelaide’s Victoria (horse) Racing Club.
"I liked the smell of English homes and bathrooms, the mix of a damp carpet and apricot scented potpourri … Marmite, the repressed but omnipresent sexuality, weak milky tea on a rainy afternoon by the sea, the spongy bread – basically all the things people don't like, and what one would see as signs of how pathetic and backwards England was, or is, I liked." (Butt Magazine/ the Guardian; http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/mar/04/german-cultural-invasion-london
German artist Wolfgang Tillmans, explaining what he loved about England (in an interview from 2006)
“What amused me was the assumption that those in the flashiest cars in California were the upper classes. They were much more likely to be gangsters or drug dealers.”
Etiquette expert Charles Mosley (formerly of Debretts) dismisses a report which claimed the upper classes are more likely to cheat and steal.
For me, nature is the biggest source of inspiration. When we accept the superstring-theory that everything that exists is nothing other then oscillations, then everything is music.” (todayszaman.com: http://www.todayszaman.com/news-273219-dominik-eulberg-weaves-sounds-of-nature-into-techno-music.html
German techno producer Dominik Eulberg explains why he likes using bird sounds in his tracks.
"He has actually said he wants to be Britain's answer to Eminem. He has told us he's started writing hip hop songs". (The Sun)
Notoriously accurate tabloid the Sun claims Pete Doherty has been taking rapping lessons from the Streets’ Mike Skinner.
'This down-regulation pattern is seen with frequent drug use, where the more an individual uses the drug, the less reward they receive for using it.” (Telegraph: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2110300/Ice-cream-addictive-cocaine-researchers-reveal-cravings-similar.html#ixzz1oF6K6xDm
Dr Kyle Burger, from the Oregon Research Institute, unveils new research showing that ice cream 'could be as addictive as cocaine'.
“The message is simple: we will not allow Milton Keynes to become a place where illegal raves take place and anyone who thinks they can come to the city, trespass on private property and organise a party can expect to be dealt with severely.” (MiltonKeynes.co.uk: http://www.miltonkeynes.co.uk/news/local/arrest-made-after-illegal-rave-1-3591579
Milton Keynes police chief Superintendent Nikki Ross, speaking after 90s cops and the Chiltern Air Support Unit (presumably meaning a helicopter) broke up a warehouse party attended by 200 revellers in Old Wolverton.
"We're going to start placarding every house that we do a search warrant on. Neighbors will spot it and see it and know we did go to that house, we did follow up on that Crimestoppers tip…which will hopefully encourage more.” (RT.com; http://rt.com/usa/news/sticker-new-orleans-house-425/ )
New Orleans Police Chief Ronal Serpas unveils plans to leave large orange ‘drug suspect’ stickers on houses searched as a result of anonymous calls to snitch phone line Crimestoppers.
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