So Why does Marco Rubio Sweat So Much?

On the heels of the 10th Republican debate, I awoke this morning with one burning question I needed answered badly, why the heck does Marco Rubio sweat so much?

We already know Rubio is known for suffering from dry mouth syndrome, but does that in any way explain his constant and profuse sweating problem? We turned to the internet for the answers.

Why does Marco Rubio Sweating

Q: Why does Marco Rubio sweat so much?
Every few seconds he’s dabbing at his face with a hanky because the sweat is raining down by the gallons, down his face, into his eyes . . . does he get nervous or does he have a perspiration problem?

A: It could be a condition called ‘Hyperhidrosis’. Unfortunately, it doesn’t happen when a person is nervous, specifically. Individuals with this unfortunate condition can sweat profusely in a snowstorm much the same way anyone can sweat on a hot summer day. It’s mainly triggered by concentration when there are no other outliers.

They typically sweat while they are sleeping, after showers, and even while sitting in the shade on a cool day. They are their own personal oven since they perilously carry extra body heat, hence the sweating.

It isn’t curable and is unavoidable, and unfortunately, very embarrassing for the sufferer. h/t quora

Why does Marco Rubio Sweat So Much

Well now! That explains everything! Not.

St Louis Cops Shoot Suicidal Woman At Church

St. Louis County Sheriff deputies shot and critically injured a suicidal woman at the Augustana Lutheran Church Thursday night.

The woman, 48, was shot by police and is in critical condition after they say she threatened officers with a gun.

Augustana Lutheran Church shooting

The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Augustana Lutheran Church around 11 Thursday night on reports of a 48-year-old female threatening to commit suicide by firearm. Continue reading

Mark Brunett ‘Weird Things Happened Filming The Bible’

Mark Brunett‘s five-part miniseries The Bible crushed the competition with the first installment last Sunday garnering a HUGE 13.1 million viewership, making it cable’s most-watched entertainment telecast so far this year.

Burnett, who produced the mini-series with wife Roma Downey, predicts The Bible will be his most watched production of all-time stating confidently, “It will be, over the next 40 or 50 years, the most watched thing that Roma and I have ever made,” he told EW then covering a subject we didn’t expect!

“I really believe what I’m going to tell you right now,” he said. “The hand of God was on this…. the edit came together perfectly, the actors came together perfectly, it just comes to life. Weird things happened during filming,” he said. “Everybody would look at each other like, “Whoa.”

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So what were these ‘weird things‘ happening on set of biblical proportions?

A mighty desert wind
“There’s a scene with Jesus and Nicodemus, when Nicodemus comes to Jesus in the night. It’s a very still night, not a breath of wind, and we’re on the edge of the Sahara desert in a palm grove in an oasis… Jesus says, ‘The Holy Spirit is like the wind.’ At that moment, a wind, like as if a 747 was taking off, blew his hair, almost blew the set over and sustained for 20 seconds across the desert, and the actors didn’t break — they kept going. And everything stopped. Everyone just looked at everyone like, ‘What just happened?’”

The missing frock
“We had hundreds of craftsmen working [on making costumes], and the most important costume was Jesus’ costume. Every time, at the end of the day, the costumes got to be taken away to be maintained. So when we were doing the baptism scenes, it’s completely immersed in water. During it, a portion of the costume came away. We shot this in a giant reservoir on the edge of the Sahara desert, so we’re never going to find this again. It’s really bad. Every time you lose something, you’ve got five months ahead, and you can’t replicate these costumes. Four days later, a kid showed up from many, many, many miles away, who had been seeking us through the desert to return this to us. He didn’t know what it was why he should seek us, but he felt he had to return it.”

Cobras at the cross
“We had a snake wrangler every day on the set. I mean, we’ve got a couple hundred people shooting, and we can’t afford to have people getting bitten by snakes. Every day, this guy would find a snake or maybe two snakes, and remove them. On the day of the crucifixion, a lot of people prayed. The cross was a huge thing. They prayed [for safety], ‘Imagine if this cross fell. The actor playing Jesus could be killed or badly injured.’ The snake man came to work that day — he’d gotten there early on the mountain playing Golgotha, and the bag of snakes [he was carrying] was the biggest bag I’d ever seen. He came to my wife and said, ‘Miss Roma, there were 48 snakes.’ He found 48 cobras and vipers hidden within the rocks around the cross.”

Michael Lohan Book Deal Just Another Headache For Lindsay?

They say that Karma is a bitch… Well this time that bitch karma might be Michael Lohan. Sure Dina and Lindsay always seem to get the spotlight when it comes to taking father Michael to task, always portraying him as the bad guy. But now that Michael’s being given the chance to document his experiences, who knows what family secrets he’ll reveal! The sky is the Lohan! I mean limit!

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According to publisher Transmedia Group, Michael’s book is tentatively, and briefly, entitled “I’m Not Your ‘Daddy Dearest’ … If I Can Turn My Life Around, Lindsay Can Turn Hers.” We’re told it will focus on how he became a “Bible-quoting minister, drug interventionist, and successful business man.” But he’ll also be talking about Lindsay.

Michael admits part of the reason he’s writing the book is that Dina Lohan is writing her own scathing memoir — and he wants to tell his side of the story.

Michael says he was also inspired the night “God pulled me from my wrecked car and mangled life before it exploded” — but c’mon … this is about Dina.

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