Bill Walker at Kansas State (hail alma mater) was well-known for urinating into towels on the bench. He's not alone:
Food trucks are a surprisingly durable trend. So maybe it's no surprise.
You should still avoid it whenever possible. The average American has eight (8!) surgeries in his/her life. That's too many.
Why does this matter? Because they make people die young. An astonishing fraction of pro wrestlers, who also abuse performance-enhancing drugs in large numbers, die before age 60, and they die of things we associate with androgen abuse: liver cancer, suicide, risky behavior, and heart disease.
I'm short on the long-term future of football in its current form.
I'm skeptical. I hold out hope that Americans, if given the right version of price transparency, might spend less. But this series of graphs is pretty convincing to Tyler Cowen's argument:
ADDENDUM (7/24/17 11:28 AM): Is the President fit?
I suspect the headline is a double-entendre, but at least in terms of physical fitness, the answer is very clearly "no." But I'm not sure it matters that much, especially in the context of the swirl of controversy that surrounds the rest of the administration.