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Fat Girl: A True Story by Judith MooreA Top Ten Nonfiction Book of 2005 (Entertainment Weekly)
For any woman who has ever had a love/hate relationship with food and with how she looks; for anyone who has knowingly or unconsciously used food to try to fill the hole in his heart or soothe the craggy edges of his psyche, Fat Girl is a brilliantly rendered, angst-filled coming-of-age story of gain and loss. From the lush descriptions of food that call to mind the writings of M.F.K. Fisher at her finest, to the heartbreaking accounts of Moores deep longing for family and a sense of belonging and love, Fat Girl stuns and shocks, saddens and tickles.
Searingly honest without affectation... Moore emerged from her hellish upbringing as a kind of softer Diane Arbus, wielding pen instead of camera.--The Seattle Times
Frank, often funny--intelligent and entertaining.--People (starred review)
God, I love this book. It is wise, funny, painful, revealing, and profoundly honest.--Anne Lamott
Judith Moore grabs the reader by the collar, and shakes up our notion of life in the fat lane.--David Sedaris
Stark... lyrical, and often funny, Judith Moore ambushes you on the very first page, and in short order has lifted you up and broken your heart.--Newsweek
A slap-in-the-face of a book--courageous, heartbreaking, fascinating, and darkly funny.--Augusten Burroughs
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You know it when you hear it -- the blood-curdling peal, the hair-raising shriek -- but for years scientists have not fully understood what makes a scream a scream, says one team of researchers who believe they have figured out the secret ingredient. The researchers described their study Thursday in the journal Current Biology. They conducted a variety of experiments to pinpoint why it is that screams alarm us so. When screams were compared with natural spoken speech and song, screams again had far more roughness. Turning their attention to nonbiological sounds, the researchers discovered a similar effect: Musical instruments had relatively little roughness, while alarm signals such as buzzers and horns had a lot.
You hear your spouse breathing nearby and you instantly get angry. Your 6-year-old yawns and it triggers a fight-or-flight reaction in you. You might have misophonia. The examples above breathing, yawning, or chewing create a fight-or-flight response that triggers anger and a desire to escape. It affects some worse than others and can lead to isolation, as people suffering from this condition try to avoid these trigger sounds. Nonetheless, misophonia is a real disorder and one that seriously compromises functioning, socializing, and ultimately mental health. Misophonia usually appears around age 12, and likely affects more people than we realize.
But Hollywood cliches also include things like sound. How many of these overused Hollywood sound effects do you recognize? The laugh track has been a staple in television sitcoms for years, but nothing draws more ire from TV fans than canned audience laughter. These days, most of the people you hear laughing are dead. Real Monsters! Click here - to use the wp menu builder Click here - to use the wp menu builder.