Woo we move on to our "Heat index." The science of flirting. A new study that defies centuries of human experience says that men are not good at pick up when they're being flirted with. Women even... See More
Woo we move on to our "Heat index." The science of flirting. A new study that defies centuries of human experience says that men are not good at pick up when they're being flirted with. Women even worse. It's a study from the university of Kansas. Paired up a number of college students and found just 36% of male participants could correctly identify when they were being flirted with compared to just 18% of women who accurately knew when they were getting the look of love. The study's lead researcher says it's similar to people detecting a lie. Most people on most days are not flirting or lying with everyone they come in contact with but occasionally they are and when they are I guess you don't know it. People have been getting together forever. I think it's worked out. They don't want to say. The article says especially women have a hard time differentiating between friendliness and flirting and so that's why they're like, what, he was? I thought he was just being nice. When you said look of love, that's not necessarily always the flirt -- Yeah. A little euphemism. Yeah, got a little liberty there. Also in "The heat index," the future of voice mail messages is not looking good, my friends. Could texting teens be to blame? An article in "The New York times" breaking it down. A spokeswoman for vonage reporting voice mails left on phones are down 8% and a 2012 pew report found that teens are texting more and making cell phone calls less. Some adults say that all that texting is a cause of a lack of experience when it comes to leaving spokes spoken phone messages so even an etiquette school in New York teaching classes that touch on how to leave a voice mail. I think it's common sense. Most people know if you leave a voice mail message there's a good chance no one is ever going to hear it. I'll be honest I don't listen to my voice mail messages. It's just like, ah -- someone will text me. You know if someone wants to get you they'll text you. It's strange. It is unbelievable. Yeah. Well, we've got something where I'm going to head to the social square and it's burning up "The heat index," people. We've been talking about it. Team usa supporters are getting into the conversation and that big match against Ghana. We had three moments that sparked the most conversation and we'll start here looking at the Twitter data. Nearly 5 million tweets during the game and the moments spa sparked the most conversation those goals and end of the game so many people cheering them on from Justin Timberlake who tweeted out this and heard from KOBI Bryant sounding off on Clint Dempsey's epic goal, very nice like the picture there and U.S. Women's soccer team rooting on the guys and have videos that they posted. Wow. I think they were celebrating, in fact, can you hear me guys over the U.S. Women's soccer team and then, robin, it looks like you were loving on the game, as well. Also tweeting yes! I was -- Marv Albert, yes. I was at Reagan national airport. We just sat down to watch the game and all of a sudden the cheering went up and we were in. All watching. So much fun in the crowd of people cheering on usa. Hey, you couldn't take your eyes off. So much fun to watch that game. It really was. Thanks, thanks, Amy.
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