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Seth Rogen testifies about mother-in-law's battle with Alzheimer's
Funny man Seth Rogen delivered a moving speech before a Senate committee in Washington on Wednesday and did it in his own particular brand of humor. Rogen, 31, began dating his now-wife Lauren Miller nine years ago when he met her parents for the first time. Not long after, Miller's mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's while only in her mid-50's.
Rogen said at the time, he thought "it was something only really, really old people got" and involved "forgetting your keys and mismatched shoes." After that, however, is when Rogen says he saw the real ugly truth of the disease.
"After forgetting who she and who her loved ones were, my mother-in-law, a teacher for 35 years, then forgot how to speak, feed herself, dress herself, and go to the bathroom herself, all by the age of 60," he stated.
The "Knocked Up" actor said he wants to show people that they are not alone and hopes to educate more young people about the disease.
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This man has eaten pizza for every meal for 25 years
Dan Janssen, 38, claims that he has survived on pizza for nearly every meal for the past 25 years. Originally posted on Vice.com, Janssen said he rarely eats breakfast (opting for a cup of coffee in the morning), and then eats a whole pizza for lunch and another whole pizza for dinner. Every day.
Janssen tells Vice he used to eat "regular food" but became a vegetarian for ethical reasons around 15-years-old. Except he hates vegetables, and realized the only thing he does like is pizza.
He was diagnosed with diabetes, which runs in his family, before embarking on his pizza-only diet. He hasn't had any complications, and he doesn't drink or smoke. Janssen also exercises regularly by riding his bike.
Ben & Jerry's wows us with new Core ice cream flavors
Time to spoon! Salted Caramel, That's My Jam, Peanut Butter Fudge, and Hazed & Confused are four new flavors from our friends at Ben & Jerry's. The new ice creams feature a column running down the middle of the pint that is a core center of fudge, caramel or raspberry jam. Every flavor in one bite. It's genius.
The pints are $4.39 each and are set to his U.S. stores this month.
Happy National Chili Day!
Word to the wise: if you want to live comfortably in Cincinnati, don't bash the chili. Here are from fun facts about the Queen City's favorite meal:
-Cincinnatians consume more than 2 million pounds of chili each year, topped by 850,000 pounds of shredded cheddar cheese, according to the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau.
-Cincinnati chili pioneers came from northeastern Greece, specifically from a region called Macedonia.
-The original Cincinnati-style chili parlor was called "Empress Chili." In 1922, brothers Tom and John Kiradjieff, Macedonian immigrants, began serving their seasoned meat sauce to theatre patrons in a small shop next to the Empress Theatre in downtown Cincinnati.
-An employee of Empress Chili left and opened his own restaurant across the river. John Sarakatsannis stopped in at the Empress Chili parlor looking for work. "Put on an apron," the owner told him. Sarakatsannis decided he could develop his own chili recipe and find a location away from Empress so he wouldn't compete. And thus we have Dixie Chili in Newport.
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