KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Fire officials say three people are in the hospital after they were seriously burned during an Easter Vigil Mass at a church in Knoxville.Fire Department Capt. D.J. Corcoran said two men and a woman were burned Saturday night outside Immaculate Conception Catholic Church downtown during the blessing of the Easter fire.The fire was burning in a bowl filled with a mixture of alcohol and mineral salts. Corcoran says the fire had started to die down, and when more fluid was added, it flashed up and caught their robes on fire.An ambulance took the victims to a hosptial. Corcoran says most of the burns were to the victims’ faces and upper bodies.The service continued inside the church.
The Phoenix office of JLL completed an 83,000-square-foot lease that establishes well-known tire distributor Tire’s Warehouse Inc. (TWI) in its first-ever Arizona location and its only distribution center outside of California.The new facility, which is located at 1502 E. Buckeye Rd. in Phoenix, brings TWI to seven distribution centers across the West, including one new center just opened in Northern California’s Union City. TWI is scheduled to open its Arizona location on Sept. 26, 2016. The distribution center will generate as many as 50 new jobs for the Valley within the first two years of operation.JLL Associate Kyle Westfall and Executive Vice Presidents Pat Harlan and Steve Sayre represented TWI in the lease negotiations. The property landlord, Harrison Properties, represented itself.“Opening the doors of our first distribution center in Arizona is a monumental step for our company,” said Dan King, president of TWI. “The recent success of our new Northern California branch has helped us to prepare for continued market expansion into all-new territories. Our entire team has been working diligently to support our rapid growth and we are very excited to bring our exceptional service and dealer programs to our new Arizona customers.”“TWI’s selection of Phoenix as its first distribution center outside of California speaks volumes about our strength as a consumer market and our strategic position in the distribution supply chain,” said Westfall. “TWI is one of many companies expanding into Arizona and putting these advantages to work for their operations and their customers.”With its new Phoenix location, TWI now operates a total of 600,000 square feet of space and 100 delivery trucks, serving dealers throughout California, Nevada and Arizona.
Pinterest Share A new study suggests that women’s makeup is perceived as a signal of greater interest in casual sex. But the research found evidence that this was actually a “false signal.”The study, which was published in Personality and Individual Differences, examined the relationship between women’s makeup use and sociosexuality.People with an unrestricted sociosexual orientation are more comfortable with casual sex with different partners. Those with a restricted sociosexual orientation, on the other hand, prefer to have sex with a partner in a long-term, serious relationship. Share on Twitter LinkedIn Share on Facebook Email In an initial study, 182 people viewed photographs of 69 young adult women of European descent with varying levels of makeup. The more makeup the women were wearing, the more they were perceived as being attractive and sexually unrestricted by both male and female participants.The researchers then surveyed the 69 women regarding their actual use of makeup and their sociosexual orientation. They found no association between the women’s sociosexual orientation and time spent on makeup or money spent on makeup. In other words, the women’s self-reported sociosexuality was unrelated to their makeup habits.“This indicates that makeup is perceived to be a signal of greater unrestricted sociosexuality in women. Our findings, however, also show that this association is not a valid cue of women’s sociosexuality, as we found no systematic connection between women’s cosmetic use and their actual sociosexuality,” the authors of the study explained.The researchers also found that men perceived women with more makeup as more attractive, which in turn was associated with them falsely perceiving the women as more unrestricted in their sociosexuality.“This finding suggests that there may be some sort of wishful thinking effect among men in which attractive women are falsely, but optimistically, perceived as more willing to engage in casual sex,” the researchers noted.“Our evidence suggests that makeup is perceived to signal sociosexuality but does not actually signal sociosexuality, likely because makeup makes the face more attractive, which is incorrectly associated with sociosexuality.”The study, “Evidence that makeup is a false signal of sociosexuality“, was authored by Carlota Batres, Richard Russell, Jeffry A. Simpson, Lorne Campbell, Alison M. Hansen, and Lee Cronk.