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Observations on Lethality... 1. The Japanese eat very little fat, and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans, British or Australians; 2. The French eat lots of fat, and suffer fewer heart attacks than Americans, British or Australians; 3. - memes, motivational posters, funny pictures What You Ought To Know Pastor and wife get cosy on the roof of their church as they tell worshippers to have more sex Reverend Ed Young and his wife Lisa inspired by John Lennon and Yoko Ono's protest bed-ins for peace By Hannah Roberts Updated: 20:02 GMT, 17 January 2012 Talk about seventh heaven. A Southern Baptist minister and his wife have staged a bed-in on the roof of their church to encourage parishioners to put the zing back in their marriages - by having sex for seven days straight.

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