Just the facts Jack! And the fact is, (acording to one study) the more you encourage your partner to diet- the fatter they gonna get!
Researchers asked 1,294 adults in relationships if their partner diets or encourages them to diet. They found that about 47 percent of people said that their S.O. encouraged them to diet (anywhere from a little to a lot) and the more it was suggested, the more likely they were to adopt unhealthy or extreme weight control tactics or—on the flip side—binge eating. While this effect was stronger when women were the ones being pressured to cut back, it still had a significant impact on men in relationships. And surprisingly, men were more likely than women to report that their S.O.s encouraged them to eat less.
There's been a lot of chatter about the historical landmark that you stare at while waiting in the Taco Bell drive thru on Union Avenue.
The Nineteenth Century Club was sold at auction for 550,000 to new owners (who also own chinese restaurants around town), who got a permit to demolish. At the 11th hour, a restraining order was placed on the demo to investigate the legality of the sale.
This 15,000 square foot house was built in 1907 by one of Memphis' lumber magnets, Rowland Jones Darnell and has had few renovations. Thus making it one of the only standing structures that exemplifies Colonial Revival architecture.
There have been to many pieces of Memphis' history replaced by a metal plaque and I for one am against losing any more of them. The Zippin Pippin and Libertyland. Two city landmarks that were let go to easily becuase of terrible city managment.
Your Millington News /Action5 news did a great story on the return of Fallen Staff Sargent Stephen New.
Staff Sergeant Stephen New's funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Faith Baptist Church on North Germantown Road in Bartlett.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that people donate to a few of the charities that were dear to New's heart: Green Beret Foundation and Ukrainian Gypsy Orphan Project.
To learn more about the Green Beret Foundation, click here: http://greenberetfoundation.org
Donations made in New's memory to the Ukrainian Gypsy Orphan Project can be send to Eads Baptist Church, 2960 Jefferson Road, Arlington, TN 38802.
Donations can also be made to missionaries Brandon and Michelle Burch. Learn more about their mission by clicking here: http://www.michelleburch.blogspot.com