Man Meat Mondays: April 11th, 2011

It’s Monday, April 11th, and today’s 411 is about the proper way to serve beef. You could hunt for it cavewoman style, or you could just like Look Dumbass on Facebook and I’ll serve it to you each week. Now that’s efficiency for the modern woman.

Today’s Fictional Factoid

So you’re educated and feeling a little less dirty while admiring today’s sexy and rugged eye candy

A magazine was published this month in 1926 that strongly influenced an entirely new kind of writing, today called science fiction. The magazine was Amazing Stories, edited by Hugo Gernsback, carrying imaginative stories appealing to readers fascinated with flying, radio, and all things electrical.

In its nearly 80 years, Amazing Stories launched the careers of many famous science fiction authors and spawned many similar magazines. Now, the most prestigious award for science fiction is called the Hugo, in honor of editor Gernsback.

Science fiction titles are among the nearly $43 of magazines Americans buy on average each year and spend 126 hours reading.

— Source: Chase’s Calendar of Events 2011 and the U.S. Census Bureau

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