Study: This Blog May Save Your Life

A recent study raises an alarming concern over people blogging on other sites. Scientists at Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College London have found that people can die from boredom. The logical conclusion is that regularly blogging at this site is not simply a social but medical necessity.

The university studied more than 7,000 civil servants for over 25 years. Those who said they were bored were nearly 40 per cent more likely to have died by the end of study than those who did not.

If you love your family and friends, you need to contact them today and get them to bookmark this blog before it is too late. Act now and stop the carnage.

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6 thoughts on “Study: This Blog May Save Your Life”

  1. Agreed, this blog is far from boring… but then again, so is Fox News… Who would’ve thunk it we owed great thanks to our Neocon adversaries for the heavily animated debate they helped nurture over the last 10 years. Hard to see now how on earth they managed to follow politics before 9/11.. without dieing that is.

    C-SPAN, on the other hand, is now uncovered as clearly an imminent threat to Americans nationwide.

  2. “The university studied more than 7,000 civil servants…”

    Many civil servants I knew only attended work for ‘room and bored’

  3. I was once given some advice by a survivor of a Japanese POW camp which I found sound but have only managed to comport my self to with varied degrees of success. “The two worst things in the world are boredom and unrequited love,” Mr. Hodges told me. I can keep the boredom away. He was right. It sucks but fortunately for me, the naturally curious are rarely bored long. The unrequited love department? Not so much success. Just ask Rachel Weisz. She doesn’t even know I exist! But I digress. This failure in effort is to be expected. As another wise man once said, “Pete, it’s a fool that looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart.” – Ulysses Everett McGill. I have found both pieces of advice to be true, although one can make the other difficult to adopt into practice.

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