Tim De Jonge

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60+ Family Tradition Ideas | The Art of Manliness

Last week we published an article that discussed why and how to establish family traditions. Traditions offer numerous benefits: they strengthen your …

The question on everyone's mind: Why does Edmonton smell like poop?

Many Edmontonians took to Twitter on Tuesday to complain about a stinky smell blanketing the city.<p>“Seriously South Edmonton Common! Why do you smell …

Female doctors offer better care, study finds

If you have a female doctor, there's a good chance the quality of care you receive is better than if you visited her male colleague down the hall.<p>That's the gender gauntlet thrown down by a new study out of the University of Montreal.<p>"Women had significantly higher scores in terms of compliance …

College study finds Oreo cookies are as addictive as drugs

If you’ve ever been unable to stop yourself from eating too many Oreo cookies it may not be your fault--a new college study says one of America’s favorite desserts is just as addictive as drugs in lab rats.<p>The study by students at Connecticut College found that when the rats ate Oreos they formed …

Giant Tiger Sign Promises 'Vagina Pie' For $2.97

Giant Tiger is known for its low prices, but its latest deal is probably more than the discount retailer had bargained for.<p>An outlet in Ingersoll, …

U.S. Shutdown May Be Driving Traffic To 'Sugar Daddy' Sites

<i>sugar daddy (noun): a well-to-do usually older man who supports or spends lavishly on a mistress, girlfriend, or boyfriend</i><p>The government shutdown may have become a boon for one kind of online dating site — those that help users find sugar daddies.<p>SeekingArrangment.com, which bills itself as "the …

4 Reasons Christians Need to Quit Sharing Hoaxes

From Christians to atheists and beyond, my Facebook friends run the ideological gamut. I’m blessed to have thoughtful and deep friends from all walks …

FAA May Stop Making You Power Off Those Electronics

It's news many airline passengers have waited to hear: The Federal Aviation Administration may allow smartphones, tablets and other personal electronic devices to be used throughout an entire flight — including takeoff and landing.<p>Frequent flier Barbara Reilly, a health care consultant from …

High School Band Has Unfortunate Tuba Pileup During Halftime Show

An unnamed high school band had an unfortunate tuba pileup during a halftime show. They go down like dominoes.<p>Thanks to College Spun for the find.

Mont Blanc Climber Finds Mysterious Box Of Treasure On Glacier

A French climber working his way across a glacier in the French Alps reportedly stumbled upon a box filled with precious gems worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.<p>The alpinist, who has not been identified, discovered the treasure while exploring the Bossons Glacier off the Mont Blanc peak, near …

The World's Least Honest Cities, According To Reader Digest's 'Lost Wallet Test'

(Relaxnews) - Depending on where you’re from, an interesting experiment conducted around the world could help restore your faith in mankind — or …

Remarks On Women's Ovaries Expose Saudi Cleric To Ridicule

A Saudi cleric who warned women against driving cars by saying it could harm their ovaries is facing criticism and mockery. The comments of Sheikh Saleh al-Luhaydan came a month before a planned day of disobedience, with activists encouraging women to drive — a right they do not have in Saudi …

Studying How The Blind Perceive Race

Law professor Osagie Obasogie walked into a movie theater to see "Ray," a biopic about the musician Ray Charles, and walked out with a question that would drive eight years worth of research.<p>"I was really struck by how Ray Charles had this really interesting understanding of race throughout his …

How Two Brothers Waged A 'Secret World War' In The 1950s

John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles were the forefathers of using covert operations to upset foreign governments — with the aim of overthrow.<p>They learned the reach of American power abroad when they were partners at an influential New York law firm. Later, with John Foster Dulles serving as …