By Emmanuel Gutierrez |Staff Writer|
Fortune reads death (April 27)
A dead man was found inside a fortune cookie company’s dough machine on April 27, according to CBS Houston.
“The victim, an employee of the Wonton Food Corporation was operating an industrial dough mixer,” stated police. The identity of the 26-year-old victim has not been verified.
Looks prove stupidity (April 28)
Eighty students were tested for IQ and had their faces photographed. 160 random participants were asked to rate perceived intelligence of the subjects solely based off appearance.
Men with perceived intelligence shared traits of a “narrow face, prolonged nose, and broader distance between the eyebrows,” according to the study performed at Charles University.
Women, however, were more difficult to read for perceived intelligence due to “masks” and “barriers” such as makeup and sexist perceptions.
Do chores, its the law! (April 28)
Spanish parliament approved a draft that would make children, “ Do chores and be respectful,” according to Yahoo.
The Child Protection Bill would require children to not only be respectful to their parents and teachers and be legally obligated to perform household chores, but also, “Have a positive attitude towards learning,” according to The Local.
Human, it’s for dinner (April 29)
Human meat tastes like pork, according to Polynesian cannibals and infamous murderers, however, not all human meat aficionados agree.
Journalist William Seabrook took the “ultimate taste test” in his travels to West Africa in 1929.
“It was good and it was not like any other meat I had ever tasted,” stated Seabrook in his journal entries.
Fire burns 1000 acres (April 30)
A total of 1,100 homes were evacuated due to a growing wildfire in Rancho Cucamonga.
Seven schools were evacuated in addition to the surrounding neighborhoods due to the hazardous smoky conditions, said officials.
Ten percent of the fire has been contained.
Kentucky Fried anger (May 1)
Children who eat chicken on the bone are, “Twice as likely to disobey adults and twice as aggressive toward other kids,” according to a study performed at Cornell University.
A connection between utilizing teeth to rip and tear apart food is linked to aggressive behavior, researchers have gathered.
The behavioral characteristic is not exclusively linked to chicken on the bone, but any food types one must hold.
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