magazines say last year’s trend in the U.K. has washed up on U.S.
beaches. Some sunbathers are using Coca-Cola as self-tanner. Is it
effective? Apparently, Coke can provide a temporary stain — but it isn’t
the real thing. Dr. Joshua Zeichner, a dermatologist at Mount Sinai,
told Allure magazine, “I recommend staying away from it.
Applying it to the skin may lead to a temporary darkening or staining of
the skin, but because sodas are acidic, it may exfoliate dead cells,
enhancing the ability of UV light to penetrate into the skin.” So, cola
to exfoliate? Maybe.
AI for Alpha kids
a professional organization dedicated to advancing technology, recently
released results of a survey asking millennial parents of generation
Alpha kids — children 7 years old or younger — about artificial
intelligence. About two-thirds of the parents would prefer to have AI
rather than their kids help them live independently in their golden
years. About 48 percent of parents would get a robot pet instead of a
real pet if their kid wanted one. And about 40 percent would hire a
robo-nanny in place of a real nanny. Of course, a new survey will be
required next year, after the release of Mary Poppins Returns.
Love it or list it?
man who bought a dilapidated house next to his childhood home in
Pennsylvania undertook an extensive renovation and discovered the
eyesore was a 300-year-old log cabin — one of the oldest homes in the
state. After removing layers of exterior, the 71-year-old man found a
log home untouched — except by time — since 1704.
Whether you like men smooth, hairy or not at all, you might find this interesting. MissTravel.com
asked more than 4,000 people about their opinions of hirsute men.
Sixty-one percent of women said they prefer their men bare, while 58
percent of gay men said they like them bushy. But asked whether they
manscape their chest hair, 46 percent of men said yes, while 54 percent
said no. “There’s a disconnect between how a woman wants a man to look,
and how he actually looks,” said MissTravel.com CEO Brandon Wade. But apparently not so for gay men.
artist Dario Gambarin used his tractor to transform a field near the
city of Verona into a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead
of the Group of 20 summit. The AP said the artist creates his giant
images with a good eye and tractor skills. Last year, Gambarin created
portraits of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. To everything, there is a
Sip and slurp
The Collective Brewing Project in
Texas is catering to college students — or perhaps nostalgic college
grads — with its latest concoction. The Cup O’ Beer is brewed with ramen
noodles and, according to the Fort Worth brewery, delivers notes of
ginger, lime, lemongrass and a seaweed-cured sea salt. From tap, the
beer is served in Styrofoam cups. To go, the beer retails for a
not-so-nostalgic price — $7 a bottle.
label of another new craft brew, Amigous Cerveza, shows a frowning
Donald Trump wearing a sombrero and a swastika belt buckle and declares
the president of the United States belongs “in a mad house, not the
White House.” Luis Enrique de la Reguera, chief executive of brewery
Casa Cervecera Cru Cru, said the beer has been selling “extremely fast”
since it arrived on the market in May. Credit for the IPA goes to Cru
Cru, Mexican partner Error de Diciembre and U.S.-based Epic Brewing, in a
show of cross-border cooperation.
Florida man accidentally shot himself in the penis after unwittingly
sitting on a loaded gun he’d left on the driver’s seat of his vehicle.
Pouring salt into the wound, local reports say that because of a prior
conviction for cocaine possession, the man may face a criminal charge
for possessing the firearm that wrecked his junk.
Woops, wrong car
22-year-old Pennsylvania man is facing charges after breaking into a
police cruiser. In a Facebook post, the West Warwick Police Department
said two officers witnessed the crime. But police said the man was so
focused on “the task at hand” that he only realized his mistake after
the officers apprehended him.
motorcycle lover was buried in the sidecar of his 1990 Harley-Davidson
Heritage Softail. Family members said 89-year-old Steel City resident
Arthur Werner Sr. made his burial plans way ahead of his death from
The audience for MSNBC’s Morning Joe
jumped 70 percent the day after Donald Trump sent out a nasty,
adolescent tweet ridiculing hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski.
From rhe Shepherd Express
, Art Kumbalek comes with his column "Art For Art's Sake," more or less every Tuesday. Art's been doing this for more than 30 years, so he must have something to say.
Dear Madame Zoltar
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