<p>After the study of the sexism of magazine covers in Buffalo, it appears that analyzing the impact of gossiping is worthy of the interest of the University of California. </p>
Gossip--it's such a juicy topic that a television series bears its name and researchers at the University of California at Berkeley thought it was worthy of a study.</p>
<p>What better place to find people who might gossip than at a coffee shop.
<p>Perhaps time has come to spread a message that austerity is past due and that money should be spent a tad more "wisely" is NOT gossip, but a reality. Seriously, how do such subjects not only are proposed but ... funded? </p>
<p>All the "researchers" needed to do was to remember that "The tongue has no bones but has broken many." Oh well, the 2012 version might be "Facebook has no heart but is has broken many!" :)</p>