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  1. Rabbinical Council Finally Applies Kosher Law to Personal Lubricants

    Wet founder: "We maintain the highest standards of purity and answer to a higher authority." Yeah, you do.

    As any observant Jew knows, it's very important to make sure anything you eat -- or might accidentally eat -- is kosher, a fact that has slowly turned kosher from a set of religious laws into a cottage industry. Laws outlining the kosher production of meat led to kosher rules for dairy products, junk food, and even diet aids. Since rabbis have been certifying increasingly odd items as Kosher for years, I guess the only real surprise about a range of Rabbinically approved kosher lubes is that it took so long for them to be developed. Now, thanks to California-based Trigg Products and their line of Wet personal lubricants, Orthodox Jews are finally from the curse of lubrication-free intercourse that has plagued God's chosen people for far too long.

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  2. Just Add Water: Seattle Seahawks Really Do Play Better at Home in Rain and Snow

    Hailing from Washington, I can happily confirm that yes, as you may have heard, it rains quite a bit there. Somehow, though, we mostly get by just fine. Now, a University of Washington meteorologist has run the numbers to find that our NFL team has not only found ways to live with the rainy, wet conditions that are par for the course in the Northwest -- they actually thrive in them. The playoff bound Seattle Seahawks are more likely to win home games in rain or snow, and not by just a little.

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