I watched singer Alicia Keys perform her song Superwoman at the convention and experienced a sinking feeling. I’m fairly certain my testosterone levels dropped as I watched, and that’s not even a little bit of an exaggeration. Science says men’s testosterone levels rise when they experience victory, and drop when they experience the opposite. I watched Keys tell the world that women are the answer to our problems. True or not, men were probably not feeling successful and victorious during her act.
Let me say this again, so you know I’m not kidding. Based on what I know about the human body, and the way our thoughts regulate our hormones, the Democratic National Convention is probably lowering testosterone levels all over the country. Literally, not figuratively. And since testosterone is a feel-good chemical for men, I think the Democratic convention is making men feel less happy. They might not know why they feel less happy, but they will start to associate the low feeling with whatever they are looking at when it happens, i.e. Clinton.
That’s…neat. Oh, oh, you’ve got more, OK.
If experience is necessary for being president, name a political topic I can't master in one hour under the tutelage of top experts.— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) July 28, 2016
@MrDuttonPeabody Did the Democratic convention make you feel like a weak and useless white male? That's why I didn't watch.— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) July 28, 2016
But GUYS. That doesn’t mean he thinks the mean nasty lady is going to take his manhood. THAT’S NOT WHAT HE SAID AT ALL.
I said it would lower testosterone levels. It's a testable hypothesis. Sarcasm isn't a component of science. https://t.co/jun5Q1J3yy— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) July 29, 2016
Anyway, this has been our check-in with Dilbert guy.
You know, Bill Watterson wouldn’t pull this shit.