Green River Star -

By Richard P. Holm
The Prairie Doc 

Men would rather face a charging lion than visiting a the doctor

 


Did you know that an average South Dakotan male lives to 75 years of age, and the average woman lives to 80? Why is that? Is it because we men are more prone to violent deaths early by going to war, riding motorcycles or driving cars faster? Nah! This accounts for only a small part of the difference.

I think more likely it is because men, who are genetically built larger and more muscular, likely in order to be the defender or hunter for the family, no longer need to use those muscles in this modern world.

Just look at most 22-year-old men, they come built almost automatically ready to fig...



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