Scientific evidence that being a Saints fan makes you smarter--warning: requires thinking (1 Viewer)

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The scientific literature shows that fans of losing teams are more reflective as opposed to unreflective fans of winning teams. Something about the brain calisthentics we have to go through while we think about our affliction. We are better decision makers and we deal better with divergent thought, whatever that means.

This from the George Will column in Newsweek.

Nice to know, but here's to the dumbing down of WhoDat Nation in 2008.
 
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Does the equation include the Jorts variable?
 
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so damn...I can feel myself getting dumber with each Hornets win...also LSU won teh nashinal champeen chip dis yeer!

but dat don't meen me ain't be smart...do it?
 

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I knew there was a reason Patriot's fans were the way they were......
 

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This theory clearly isn't relevant to Falcons fans...
 

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This theory clearly isn't relevant to Falcons fans...

:smilielol: :smilielol: :smilielol: :smilielol: :smilielol: :smilielol: :smilielol:

You got to love it when our young Who Dats know da Fclowns and their fans so well. (And if I remember correctly, the Charger's game in London will be DoubleSaint's first game.) Make sure y'all say "Where Y'at, Who Dat!" to him at da game. :)

Gawd.. at times like this, we need several emoticons like this :dedhrse: , but using dead fclowns, putty-tats, cowpatties, and tampering bucs, amongst other. ;)
 

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