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10 things you didn't know about orgasm | Mary Roach


Mary Roach | Why Don't We Do It in the Lab? | Exploratorium | WARNING ADULT CONTENT

At the Exploratorium's Sexplorations After Dark event, author Mary Roach and Exploratorium biologist Jennifer Frazier discuss the delightfully awkward, occasionally risky, and endlessly fascinating proposition of bringing human beings into the laboratory to study sexual physiology.

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Mary Roach: the Unusual, the Astonishing, and the Gross

Author Mary Roach writes books about science, but they're books about science that focus on the weird, visceral, hilarious human side of science. When she joined us at MaxFunCon in 2012, she took us on a tour of some of her favorite tidbits from her books, including the horrors and indignities of testing zero gravity toilets and when it's time to bring in the guys who don't feel anything.

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What Is Actually Inside A Pimple and Why You Should Never Pop One

So you wake up with a giant zit on your face, and what is your first reaction? To POP it. Well you arn't allow when it comes to pimple popping popularity, but here's why you should just avoid it at all costs and let the zit heal on its own. In today's video we're looking at you, pimple popper.

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¿Cómo atraer la atención de la audiencia?

Análisis de la charla de Mary Roach '10 cosas que no sabías sobre el orgasmo', que nos ayudará a descubrir uno de los 'must' al hablar en público (sea #online u #offline).
Un 'must' que tiene sus dificultades y que no siempre podemos conseguir: ¿cómo atraer la atención de quien nos escucha?

Mary Roach, divertidísima y muy espontánea, comparte en este TED bastantes ideas curiosas sobre el orgasmo.
Lo hace con un título que llama poderosamente la atención, lo cual es genial.
Pero aún utiliza un recurso más certero para despertar la atención y la curiosidad de su audiencia.

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Why Storage Wars' Mary Always Had Secret Service Men Nearby

When a person fails to keep up with their rent on a storage unit, the contents of that locker go up for auction. People can then bid on those items based on a mere glimpse of what's visible from the outside, only learning what treasures lie within after they've forked over the cash they bid during the auction. It's a high-risk-high-reward scenario, and that's exactly why millions of people have tuned in to watch A&E's hit series Storage Wars for years.

The main cast of Storage Wars regularly battle it out for hidden treasures, taking what most people would consider junk, renovating it, and selling for a profit. Few people excel at this as well as Mary Padian, who was introduced to viewers in Storage Wars: Texas before moving to the main series in season 5.

Known as The Junkster, Padian quickly became a fan-favorite for her peppy attitude and willingness to go the extra mile to find amazing trinkets.

She'd then used her winnings from the show to sell all kinds of idiosyncratic objects in her store, Mary's Finds. But before she was a businesswoman, Padian was just an average college student ... provided the normal college experience involves getting followed around by Secret Service everywhere you go.

Let's rewind the clock to the late '90s and early 2000s. That's when Padian attended the University of Texas at Austin, eventually obtaining a photojournalism degree in 2003. The University of Texas at Austin also happens to be the college that a certain U.S. president's daughter attended — and at the same time that Padian was there. Jenna Bush, the daughter of President George W. Bush, earned her bachelor's degree in English in 2004, a year after Padian graduated. Given that a Bush was on the UT Austin campus during the height of George W. Bush's presidency, it makes sense that there might be Secret Service people walking around. But why was Mary Padian someone they also followed?

During a podcast interview with The Mystery Men back in 2016, Padian revealed that she not only knew Jenna Bush, but was also her roommate for a time.

When the podcast hosts questioned whether she saw a lot of Secret Service detail during her time as Bush's roomie, Padian confirmed that there were a lot of agents around to keep an eye on Bush. As Bush's roommate, Padian naturally ended up with Secret Service protection as well — but only when she was with Bush, not when she was alone.

She went on to say of the experience,

It was crazy, but it was her life. She didn't choose it, you know? She was indifferent to it. [...] It was fine, but it wasn't.

Padian later shared that wherever Bush decided to go, the agents would follow.

The hosts then asked what it was like to go to a college bar requiring that kind of protection. Padian revealed that she would often forget the Secret Service agents were even around, and only when looking back on the experience does she remember how unusual it was.

Looking back on it, I'm like, 'Oh my God,' you know? But at the time, no, [I didn't notice]. I mean, they're Secret Service — they're trained professionals. They know what to do. It was just her dad was the president. I felt bad for her at times.

Following graduation, Padian landed a job with Architectural Digest, and was mentored directly by editor-in-chief Paige Rense. Years later, she'd return to Texas to start Mary's Finds. And it seems that Padian may have kept in touch with Bush over the years — or at least until fall 2013, as evidenced by a tweet Padian sent to Bush. On October 31 of that year, Bush tweeted a photo of her mother, Laura Bush, holding her daughter Margaret Laura Mila Hager, who was dressed as an astronaut for Halloween. Padian responded to the sweet picture,

She is so cute, Jenna!! I cant even take it.

You know how the saying goes: College roommates who have Secret Service protection together stay together... or something like that.

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As Ted, a responsible citizen and a family man, you are faced with a slight disturbance to your happy, suburban lifestyle. THE NUCLEAR APOCALYPSE.

With only 60 seconds left to impact, guide Ted in a mad, intense and action packed dash through his house in search of his family and useful supplies. Everything will be against you - time, your very own furniture, the house that's different every time you play and the fundamental question - what to take with you and who to leave behind?

Reaching the fallout shelter in time and alive is only the beginning. Whatever you scavenged and whoever you saved will play a vital role in your survival. Each survival story will be different, with every day surprising you with unexpected events. Will all of these stories end well? It's up to you. Ration food and water, make best use of your supplies, face difficult choices and even venture into the wasteland.

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► EXPERIENCE the suburbian nightmare of a nuke dropping down on your neighbourhood in this atomic, dark comedy set in 1950s.

► SCAVENGE any supplies, you will need to survive, and family members in a 60 second rush through your procedurally generated house.

► PREPARE for the worst. Don’t just grab arbitrary items, plan your survival and follow helpful tips from emergency broadcasts!

► SURVIVE in a fallout shelter with whatever you brought with you. How many days will you last? Will everyone make it out alive?

► DECIDE what to do, when the post-apocalyptic world pushes you to the corner. Will you risk going outside? Who is not eating dinner, when barely any food is left? How do you deal with a mutant cockroach infestation?

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[Q/A] Cutting The Chaff: Rafale & What Ails Defence Procurement In India | Abhijit Iyer Mitra |MMRCA

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Abhijit Mitra answers questions on the misinformation being spread about the Rafale, and the larger macro impact it has on the defence of the country as well as the state of defence commentary and education in the country.

Abhijit simplifies the defence procurement process, gives us the background and sets the context. He proceeds to walk us through the Rafael deal, the scandal surrounding this deal and it clarifies the historical issues with defence procurement in India.

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Abhijit Iyer-Mitra is Senior Fellow at the Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies. A Defence Economist, he has regular columns in the Economic Times & Business Standard as well as bylines in all major dailies and the New York Times. He also has co authored two books, one on military reforms and another on Afghanistan and has several academic publications to his credit dealing with defence and foreign policy. Prior to his current post he coordinated the National Security Programme at the Observer Research Foundation, was visiting scholar at Sandia National Laboratories (Albuquerque) & at the Stimson Center (Washington D C). His hobbies include flying recreational aircraft and scuba diving and he is the proud parent of two dogs and a cat.

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Hootie & The Blowfish - Let Her Cry (Official Music Video)

You're watching the official music video for Hootie & The Blowfish - Let Her Cry from the album 'Cracked Rear View' (1994). Let Her Cry won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 1995.

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John Lithgow: Trump Has Turned Our Comics Into Geniuses

Actor John Lithgow, author of the new book Dumpty: The Age of Trump in Verse, thinks the President doesn't have the timing or wit to tell a joke. #Colbert #JohnLithgow #RudyGiuliani

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Not A Dry Eye In Sight! Ash Ruder Performs An Original Song For Her Dad - American Idol 2021

Ash Ruder and her dad have been through some difficult times together, but that doesn’t stop Ash from gushing over him being a “source of inspiration” for her music. After the judges find out that Ash is about to audition with an original song she wrote about her dad, one that he’s never heard before, they invite him to come in and listen. A beautiful moment is shared between Ash and her father, followed by multiple compliments from Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie. Lionel tells Ash that she has “found the only subject that does not go out of style: love.” Three yeses from the judges and Ash is headed to Hollywood!

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AMERICAN IDOL, the iconic series that revolutionized the television landscape by pioneering the music competition genre, returns on ABC.

American Idol 2021

Helping to determine who America will ultimately vote for to become the next singing sensation are music industry forces and superstar judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie. Emmy® Award-winning host and producer Ryan Seacrest continues as host of the beloved series, while multimedia personality Bobby Bones serves as the in-house mentor.

Cornel West | The Power of Hope | Equity Talks

Dr. Cornel West is a renowned American philosopher, professor, political activist, and New York Times best-selling author. A professor of philosophy at Harvard and a professor emeritus at Princeton, West has edited 13 books and written 20 of his own including Race Matters, a bestselling collection of essays, and a memoir, Brother West: Living and Loving Out Loud.

Outside the classroom, West is known for his activism and social commentary — from protesting against apartheid in South Africa to his support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Today, he’s frequently on CNN, Democracy Now, and C-Span, among other media outlets, and he’s appeared in more than 25 documentaries and films, including The Matrix.

In this episode of Equity Talks, Melonie Parker, Google's Chief Diversity Officer, speaks to West about the power of love, the roots of white supremacy, and the importance of hope.

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Monday 4th May, Global Update

Cases, 1,487
Deaths, + 0 = 20

Cases, 6,285
Deaths, 95

Cases, 187,842
Deaths + 315 = 28,520

Piloting of test, trace, isolate on the Isle of Wight

Antibody test
Roche Diagnostics' new serology test

Specificity greater than 99.8%. Therefore few false positives

Sensitivity of 100%, meaning there is a low chance of a misread. Therefore few false negatives

Cases, 1, 158, 341

Deaths 67,689

May 1st, 2909 deaths

Donald, 90,000 deaths

Today 32 states partially open

Gallup is part of the Navajo Nation, (173,000 people)

Cases + 10,633 = 134,686

Cases increasing for last 3 days

Deaths + 58 = 1,280

Lockdown measures in place, to 11th May

Lack of PPE, Lack of testing

Moscow Mayor, 2% infected

Population = 12, 190, 000 = 243,800

Cases, 168, 925

Deaths + 135 = 24,900, including hospitals and nursing homes.

Last week of strict lockdown

State-supported StopCOVID contact-tracing app

Tour de France has been rescheduled for August 29


Cases, 217, 466

Deaths + 164 = 25,264

Lowest daily number since March 18th

Peak was April 2 with 950 deaths


Cases + 1,900 + 1,389 = 210, 717

Deaths + 474 + 174 = 28, 884

Lowest number since March 29th

4.5 m people back to work

Take away food

Masks mandatory outside home

Masks mandatory on public transport

Parks open to walk or run

Schools shut until September

Increasing cases in prisons


Cases, 2,704

Deaths, 85

500 random tests

33% infected in Kabul

Kabul population = 4, 222, 000

Cases = 1,393,260

Cases, 101,826
Deaths, 7,051
Manaus riots

Cases, 2,987
Deaths, 54

No reported deaths in days
Masks mandatory on public transport
Ban on inbound international flights until end of May

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Story Hour in the Library - Mary Roach

Mary Roach is author of New York Times bestsellers Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers, Spook: Science Tackles the Afterlife, and Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex. Stiff has been translated into 17 languages, and Spook was a 2005 New York Times Notable Book. Bonk was chosen as a 2008 best book by the San Francisco Chronicle, St. Louis-Post Dispatch, and Boston Globe. Mary has written for Outside, National Geographic, Wired, New Scientist, The New York Times Magazine, and NPR's All Things Considered, among many others. She is the editor of the 2011 Best American Science and Nature Writing, a frequent contributor to the New York Times Book Review, and a winner of the American Engineering Societies' Engineering Journalism Award, in a category for which, let's be honest, she was the sole entrant.

Mary Roach | Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War

Recorded June 6, 2016

“America’s funniest science writer” (Washington Post), Mary Roach has researched and written about the life of the recently expired human body (Stiff), the mysteries that lie beyond this mortal coil (Spook), the prurient phenomena of sex (Bonk), the practical oddities of space travel (Packing for Mars), and the taboo trek of human digestion (Gulp). In addition to her longtime monthly Reader’s Digest column, Roach has contributed essays and articles to Vogue, the New York Times, National Geographic, Wired, Outside, and a variety of other publications. In Grunt, she tackles the science behind the extreme challenges facing the soldier—panic, fatigue, noise, and exhaustion—and the often bizarre circumstances of the battlefield.

In conversation with Jason Freeman

Mary Roach - Story Hour in the Library

Mary Roach is the author of New York Times bestsellers Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers, Spook: Science Tackles the Afterlife, and Bonk: The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex. She speaks to an audience at UC Berkeley. Series: Story Hour in the Library [2/2010] [Humanities] [Show ID: 17973]



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