Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GaryPuppet, Jan 14, 2014.
...shes sloshed again.
It's Happy Hour again, and again, and again...
Cat furballing into her wine..gross.
Can you blame her? The woman has to climb into bed with a manorexic at 7pm.
Why don't I learn? Why do I click on these threads? That dolt that I've never met, and never will meet annoys me. Thoroughly.
Of course nothing will top "celebrity whoring" as a favorite thing...
Only 2 of 3 pictured because she didn't have Howard's black Amex card with her.
She's lying. Everyone knows from her history, her two favorite things are....
With celebrities and TV gigs 3rd and 4th.
Sowwy beff oats i thought that was my litter box
How does a lush stay so thin, other than through purging? Hairy body, never shits, skinny alcoholic all point to a serious case of bulimia.
would you call your pet a thing?
Those other cats of hers can go to hell now that she's landed herself a blind one.
It doesn't make simple sense, but studies have found alcohol alone isn't fattening:
In the Nineties, researchers at Harvard embarked on a survey of almost 20,000 middle-aged women, whose drinking habits and weight were tracked for almost 13 years.
At the start, the women were all roughly UK dress sizes 8 to 12.
By the end, about 9,000 had put on significant amounts of weight, and some had become clinically obese. All other things being equal, you’d expect the fatties to be the drinkers. But they weren’t. In fact, the fatties were the women who didn’t drink, and the skinnies were the heaviest drinkers.
The women who drank five grams of alcohol a day reduced their risk of being overweight by 4 per cent. Those who drank 15 grams (roughly one medium glass of wine) a day reduced their risk of piling on the pounds by 14 per cent.
The figures were even more striking when it came to obesity.
Drinking 30 grams (two medium glasses of wine) a day or more gave the women an incredible 70 per cent reduction in obesity risk.
So it was the non-drinkers who turned into size 18s or more. In other words, this study showed that alcohol is not only non-fattening, but actually helps prevent weight gain. A rogue result? Well, this was certainly no tin-pot study. The researchers made full allowances for obvious lifestyle differences that might have skewed the results, such as exercise, food intake and smoking habits.
However, this was just one piece of research.In the world of science, to stand a chance of anyone believing such startling evidence, the results need to be independently replicated. Which means other researchers have to find pretty much the same thing.
And they have — in spades. Here are just three of the studies conducted in the past 25 years which demonstrate that alcohol doesn’t cause weight gain:
A six-year study of 43,500 people by the University of Denmark. Key findings: teetotallers and infrequent drinkers ended up with the biggest waistlines, daily drinkers had the smallest.
An eight-year study of 49,300 women by University College Medical School, London. Key findings: women who drank below 30 grams a day (around two medium glasses of wine) were up to 24 per cent less likely to put on weight than teetotallers.
A ten-year study of 7,230 people by the U.S. National Center for Disease Control. Key findings: drinkers gained less weight than non-drinkers. Alcohol intake did not increase the risk of obesity.
had to chime in
Is Dlist really Beth?
She's dumb enough to be.
Who are these asskissers?
And why stage this shot? The blind cat certainly had to be helped onto the counter and propped next to the glass before being helped back down after the photo.
That house looks gaudy as hell. Like the Haunted Mansion at Disneyworld.