Remember that preview for Death to Smoochy, where the voice-over proclaimed, “From the twisted mind of Danny DeVito?” Me neither. But if twisty minds are your thing, you should check out this page from Gay Talese‘s outline for the classic “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold,” written on a shirt cardboard. (Remember shirt cardboards? Yeah… Me neither.)
“To the list of differences between men and women, we can add one more: the drug-dose gender gap. Doctors and researchers increasingly understand that there can be striking variations in the way men and women respond to drugs, many of which are tested almost exclusively on males.” On the strikingly persistent gender gap in pain.
The question is… would this spark your interest in reading (wife of former AOL Time Warner CEO Gerald Levin) Dr. Laurie Ann Levin‘s God, The Universe, and Where I Fit In? Publishers Weekly deems it “standing out from the pack of more traditional book trailers.”