On this episode of The Unoffendable, The Rock as president? DMX dead at 50? The Joe Rogan Experience seeing episodes be deleted. We review tacos from two locations in City of Antioch. We then talk about heart failure for those under 40 on the rise, pandemic is impacting sex lives. We also get into how one author highlights Could Tax Code Be Used to Make U.S. Reparations? Subaru Is Designing a Flying Motorcycle.
- Poll: Nearly 50% of Americans want Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson to run for president
- DMX dead at 50
- Spotify has deleted 42 episodes of Joe Rogan Experience
- Heart failure and stroke rates on the rise among men under 40
GOTHENBERG, Sweden — Generally, heart failure and stroke is much more common in older adults than younger individuals. However, an unsettling new study reports more and more younger adult men under 40 are experiencing both.
- Most Americans say pandemic stress ruined their bedroom performance
NEW YORK — Although many couples probably had plenty of time to get a little frisky in quarantine, a new study finds most people simply couldn’t get in the mood. Fifty-six percent of Americans agree that their anxiety about the state of the world had a negative impact on their sex life last year.
- Can Blood from Young People Slow Aging? Silicon Valley Has Bet Billions It Will
The Spanish firm Grifols helped set off a kerfuffle last year when it, along with other firms, offered nearly double the going price for blood donations for a COVID-19 treatment trial. Brigham Young University in Idaho had to threaten some enterprising students with suspension to keep them from intentionally trying to contract COVID-19. The trial failed, however, and now the Barcelona-based firm is hoping to extract something far more valuable from the plasma of young volunteers: a set of microscopic molecules that could reverse the process of aging itself.
- Could Tax Code Be Used to Make U.S. Reparations?
Could a racial priority for getting a Covid-19 vaccine turn out to be just the first stop on the way to race-based tax rates? A tax bill that varies depending on the taxpayer’s race might strike readers as some law professor’s remote fantasy, far from anything that might become reality.
- Subaru Is Designing a Flying Motorcycle, a New Patent Suggests
True, the flying car concept is nothing new. The flying motorcycle, though? That’s something we haven’t seen before. Fortunately, it appears that Subaru might be looking to change this. The Japanese automaker has filed a patent application for a motorcycle that will also function like an airplane or helicopter.
- Torture Devices For Your Frat House And Lodge From A 1908 Catalogue
Before getting to the fun instruments of torture used in sadistic initiations to frat houses, clubs and gated communities, a word from your suppliers, DeMoulin Brothers & Co. of Greenville, Illinois, as stated in their catalogue of 1908.
- In Computero: Hear How AI Software Wrote a ‘New’ Nirvana Song
Computer-generated artificial tracks by Jimi Hendrix, Amy Winehouse and Jim Morrison highlight a new project that helps bring attention to mental illness
- Work errand to buy dish soap leads man to $1 million lottery jackpot
A man who stopped at a Virginia store to buy dish soap for his job ended up winning a $1 million lottery prize while running the errand.