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Women Ruin Men's Ability To Think

Kevin Hogan

Page 2 of Part One

I've watched players literally hold up a table for minutes while they talk and tip these lovely women.

Whatever the casino is paying them it is not enough....

For some inane reason I made two mistakes on playing two of the hands. I rarely make blackjack.

I lost two hands I might have won, and split the others, losing $200. Now that is not a crisis; but it goes to show the power of women and the weaknesses of men.

But not all men.

What's the Key?

The research shows that only those men higher in testosterone are likely to fall prey to such overt distractions.

And in a at a racetrack or on the football field, that makes up a large part of the population playing on any given night.

And it's easy to tell who.

You just look at their fingers. (Seriously)

Men who's ring finger is as long or longer than their index finger are high in testosterone. (This is a pretty useful piece of information when you start to think about it!!)

Now, you might think that women are affected by men in much the same way.

Well, you might think that but only if you are a man.

Very few women are distracted by men.

In fact, the research shows we are about as distracting as a tree or rock.

Catching sight of a pretty woman really is enough to throw a man's decision-making skills into disarray, a study released recently suggests.

Want to see what science says about all this???!!

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Kevin Hogan
Network 3000 Publishing
3432 Denmark #108
Eagan, MN 55123
(612) 616-0732

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