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October 24, 2020


Happy Endings Could Mess Up Your Brain's Decision-Making, Study Says

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins, who says "Most misleading headline of the day so far.")


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Disney needs to understand this.


And this study came out in 2020? Those so-called scientists really picked a bad year to publish this dumb study. Today most would ask,"What is a happy ending?"

'Hello, I need to cancel my massage.'

"I'm not happy about my clothes being set on fire in the front yard. Does this mean we are through?"

"It was tails."

In the research, they used 27 stable males....

How is this determined? Is there a rating system of some kind to discern stable from so so stable to completely whacked out unstable? Is this test only located in Washington?

Stable males are called stallions.

So you're saying that poor choices lead to bad decisions?

Obviously this needs a lot more study.

They were just helping them tuck in their shirts!

Now I forgot what I was going to write.
I'll try again when I'm
"happier ".


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