Quickies: “Boosted” Immune Systems, Probiotics, and Rebel Virgins

BONUS: Tips for how to walk on the ice (especially if you just got a bunch of snow this weekend).

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  1. January 25, 2016 at 6:20 pm —

    BTW, if you’re ever caught in a blizzard or other disaster, and power fails, you want a landline. Also, a barbecue if you have a balcony or porch.

    In a world where you’re expected to get married and have children and that’s all your worth, virginity becomes radical. Seems strange at a time when conservatives are the ones advocating virginity, but so goes.

    Oh, apparently Hillary’s now working with David Brock to discredit Sanders. David Brock, you may remember, for calling Anita Hill “a little bit nutty and a little bit slutty”.

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