At 67, with no shortage, whatsoever of testosterone, I am sure I could get by for another 20-years on one good testicle — luckily, both of mine, are in tip-top shape. So, I will trade one testicle for a tiney, winey bit of GLOBAL WARMING.
Today was May 1st. May 1st.
When I woke up the temperature in Central New Hampshire was 37F (3C)! That is frigging crazy. May 1st & we are just above bloody freezing.
I have had it.
When I set off for my walk at 10am it was 41F (5C). That is insane. I had to bundle up, wear an insulated hat & gloves. May bloody 1st.
Where oh where is this global warming.
Can I, please, please, have some. Not much. Just a bit.
I am so done with being cold.
I believe 100% that we have climate change. I know because we in New Hampshire now have Global Cooling.
So, please don’t talk to me about Global Warming. I have two testicles that will tell YOU otherwise.
It makes me LAUGH.
I am 67 & I do NOT have any low testosterone issues & SURE have no problem ‘raising the flag’. I have plenty of energy & I feel GREAT.
No wonder these clowns have issues. They each need to lose about 40 bloody pounds.
Have you noticed that most ‘middle aged’ & older men who play golf are FAT. Can’t be a coincidence. Cut the GOLF, some walk 8-miles (a day) with me. SMILE.
Yes, there was a Trulicity commercial too — and I objected.
You probably remember from somewhere hearing/learning about the rods and cones in our eye (the retina to be precise) and how they are responsible for us seeing the color spectrum we do. But, have you ever thought as to how they worked out how these cones and rods reacted to the various colors? They are beyond microscopically small. Think about it. I did.
Think first, then research, then THINK again. Think for the pleasure of thinking.
Yesterday’s ‘Think’: “Facial hair in men” — Yes, that it is testosterone, a hormone associated with aggression, that triggers facial hair is well known. But, what we still don’t fully understand is why there is a link between testosterone and facial hair growth — particularly in terms of evolutionary adaption. That beards helped keep our way distant ancestors warm and camouflaged when they went hunting is semi-plausible but the females, of the time, also went out to collect fruit etc. So didn’t they need beards to keep their faces warm. The camouflage theory also has its snag — mainly in that beards could get caught in undergrowth etc. whereas some ash rubbed onto the face would have been much handier. What is also known is that other mammalian males, lions in particular (with their mane), have more facial hair than the females. So, maybe it was to make males look fierce and aggressive. But, the real answer is that we do not know — why. That is OK. It is something to think about.