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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Men Make Women Fat: Men Are Evyl - Breaking News!

(A brief digression from legal, economic and political matters.  Also, apologies for a salacious if inaccurate headline.)  (Hint:  Some big commentary is coming.)

Apparently women who have mates are heavier than their single, lonely counterparts, according to a new study (article link here).

Why is this surprising?   Just observe nature.   Isn't the spider who catches the fly bigger and healthier -- and much more satisfied -- than the spider who goes hungry?

I wonder how much of a correlation there is between having a mate, and life expectancy. 

So it's all men's fault.   It's the fault of that darned "Y" chromosome.   Henceforth, men are to be declared "evyl" -- that's spelled with a "y" because it's the "evyl" Y chromosome.   

Eric Dixon is a practicing attorney in New York and New Jersey and engages in select legal, economic and legislative analysis for clients on a professional, fee-for-service basis. Inquiries of Mr. Dixon may be directed to and by phone at 917-696-2442.

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