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What age of men/women are you most attracted to?

I just bumped into this online article about a study that shows men, throughout their lifetimes, remain most attracted to women in their early 20s.

Women, however, by the time they reach 50, generally start to see men in their 40s as most attractive.


https://metro.co.uk/2019/02/22/men-regardless-age-will-always-attracted-women-early-20s-8718590/


I don't think it's much of a revelation. Pretty much what most suspected, but I'm curious about the DU's reaction. Is this evidence that men are simply succumbing to their biological urges to find a nubile female to impregnate to spread their genetics, or more that older men are sorta/kinda "pervs?"

Are older women seeking someone who's more of a match intellectually and emotionally in their 40s, or someone who's more financially established?




Cue up Chariots of Fire and watch this...

Congresswoman Sharice Davids will kick your backside!

https://twitter.com/DaveDMarko/status/1098381043109949441


Vegas favors the Yankees to win the World Series this year

Red Sox fans chime in, in 3... 2... 1...


The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has posted the New York Yankees as -125 favorites to win the AL East, while Boston carries +140 odds.

"In baseball and sports in general, it's just natural for a team that had a season like the Red Sox had to regress a little bit. You play a lot more games when you make it to the World Series and we've seen it in the past where teams start slowly (the next season)," SuperBook oddsmaker Randy Blum told ESPN, also sharing some concerns over Boston's bullpen.

The Yankees and Houston Astros are World Series co-favorites at 6-1 odds, while the Red Sox and Dodgers have 7-1 odds.

The SuperBook betting menu offers several options, including the popular season win totals. The Yankees and Astros own the highest marks at 96.5. Boston is 94.5 and Los Angeles is 93.5.


http://www.espn.com/chalk/story/_/id/26037732/yankees-favored-red-sox-win-al-east


Don't look at me. I cheer for the lowly Blue Jays and I'm just making a thread for information purposes!

Time to wear your shitty logic...

What do you make of this?

When's the last time you cuddled an elephant?

Make your appointment today!


Manny Machado lands with the Padres on a 10-year, $300-million deal

Now we need to see where Bryce Harper lands, and when.


Manny Machado has agreed to the biggest free-agent contract in American sports history -- a 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres, league sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan on Tuesday.

Machado, a four-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove Award winner at third base, made $16 million between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Baltimore Orioles last season.

The deal with the Padres includes an opt-out after the fifth season, sources told Passan.

The 26-year-old slugger posted a career-high .905 OPS in 2018, finishing the season with a .297/.367/.538 slash line, 37 home runs, 107 RBIs and 14 stolen bases. In 66 regular-season games with the Dodgers, Machado hit .273 with 13 homers and 42 RBIs.


http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/26031051/manny-machado-san-diego-padres-reach-deal

Post one word that best describes how you feel about Bernie Sanders entering the 2020 race

Ambivalent

National emergency: DAY 2

In the trenches now, people. It's getting serious!


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