NOVEMBER 7, 2012
When I reflect on what I’m thankful for this time of year, my pets definitely come to mind. Their constant love and affection help to make every day better. We’re always looking for special ways to show our love for our fur-kids, and it seems that this time of year is when we tend to become the most lenient with table scraps and treats.
Meet this week's Adoptable Pets: Venus and Yuki
SPOOF SPACE BY STEELE CODDINGTON | NOVEMBER 7, 2012
Caveat: this article may contain mature information not suitable for children under 27 years of age. But it is collectable like your hidden porno stash. Denial: this is not a “how to” article on self removal of, or advice on, anyone’s gall bladder, or a self help guide for anyone with tummy gas or pains in the chest area.
BY DR. DAVE HEPBURN | OCTOBER 31, 2012
The human body has 210 types of cells, each with the exact same DNA.
Each cell has 23 sets of chromosomes, half from our mother and half, hopefully, from Dad. So, if our cells all have exactly the same DNA then why do cells in our kidney do kidney things like piddle and get stoned but don’t play Sudoku or watch Bachelor Pad, tasks which are left to cells camped out in our brain, but cells with the exact same DNA?