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Unread March 5th, 2011, 10:51 AM
James Brody James Brody is offline
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Cool Pitty-Pat, Thump Thump Thump. Stare at Breasts…

Frank Galton wrote late in his life of an ideal society composed in part of "throughly mammalian" females. His daughters burned most of the text. Still, he was probably onto something and their disgust validates his interests...

The Daily Caller seems to have increased its uncoverage of cheerleaders and starlets over the past month. Driven by marketing data or by healthier visitors who stay more, buy more and live longer?

“Five-hundred men participated in the German study. Half were told to refrain from looking at breasts for five years, the other half were told to ogle them daily.

“The study found the men who stared at breasts more often showed lower rates of heart problems, a lower resting heart rate and lower blood pressure….”

http://dailycaller.com/2011/03/04/th...-heart-health/
More cardiac fitness at http://theothermccain.com/2011/03/04...cret-revealed/
More about Galton's life: J. F. Brody (2008) Rebellion - Physics to Personal Will.
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