Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Testosterone and the Ravens Fans
I was reminded of this watching the Ravens game Sunday night and hearing the crowd chant "Bullshit!" when they thought the replacement refs had made a bad call. What a "great" way to show your displeasure! As a man who has been in plenty of situations where men were course in their language and actions (women will seldom see this "maleness" in its full expression) I couldn't help but think that this isn't something that I would want my kids to experience.
Watching commercials on TV you can't help but notice the commercials aimed at the declining male "prowess" as men age. Of course we are all familiar with the Viagra commercials where viral looking men doing manly activities like ranching and driving 60's muscle cars need a little help "performing." The men all seem to have two day old facial hair and a young looking wife. Never mentioned in the commercials is that the "problem" these men are experiencing is arteriosclerosis caused by a lifetime of poor eating habits.
We are now seeing the ads for Androgel 1.62% for testosterone replacement to restore your testosterone level. I hadn't been aware that a lower testosterone level was a medical problem to be treated but it is now that a drug manufacturer has a new drug to push to insure that we have an adequate number of rabid aging football fans. I don't know why these football fans don't understand that replacement refs are perfect for them to release all their pent up levels of testosterone.
From the HoCo Library:
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Posted by duanestclair at 4:08 AM