Archive for January 16th, 2011

January 16, 2011

Embarrassing Childhood Pictures; GIMME!

by Accidental Bear

Ok, I’ll go first. I had a little infatuation with the Smurfs. Hey they’re back in.

Send me your most embarrassing pr funny childhood picture ( 2-17) and I will make one HUGE laughable, embarrassing, piss in your pants good time!

Send pics  to octopus_sf@hotmail.com

Much love and hugs ahead of time. I want to be splitting at the seams , so get up there in the attic and find me some good ones!

January 16, 2011

Accidental Art; Non-Art, Art

by Accidental Bear

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January 16, 2011

Health Benefits of Having a Pet.

by Accidental Bear

No I don’t suggest you own a human SILLY( UM DUH that would be slavery. Don’d be like your great great great gandpa), but go scoop up a cat or dog from SPCA and your health will only increase physically and mentally. Can I get an AMEN, with a side order of two kittens?

WIN WIN SITUATION

According to http://peternity.typepad.com

  • Pets Help to Lower Blood Pressure A recent study at the State University of New York at Buffalo found that people with hypertension who adopted a cat or dog had lower blood pressure readings in stressful situations than did those who did not own a pet. (Dr. Karen Allen, State University of New York at Buffalo)
  • Pets Help to Reduce Stress Walking with a pet helps to sooth nerves and offers instant relaxation. Studies conducted worldwide have shown that the impact of a stressful situation is lesser on pet owners, especially males, than on those who do not own a pet. (Josephine M. Wills, Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition, United Kingdom)
  • Pets Help to Prevent Heart Disease Because pets provide people with faithful companionship, research shows they may also provide their owners with greater psychological stability, thus a measure of protection from heart disease. (National Institute of Health Technology Assessment Workshop: Health Benefits of Pets)
  • Pets Help to Lower Health Care Costs People with pets actually make fewer doctor visits, especially for non-serious medical conditions. (National Institute of Health Technology Assessment Workshop: Health Benefits of Pets)
  • Pets Help to Fight Depression Pets help fight depression and loneliness, promoting an interest in life. When seniors face adversity or trauma, affection from pets takes on great meaning. Their bonding behavior can foster a sense of security. (Between Pets and People: The Importance of Animal Companionship)

http://www.sfspca.org/

January 16, 2011

People Behaving Badly Alert

by Accidental Bear

JACK ASS IS WHAT JACK ASS DOES

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