Some Copenhagen white coats did a lab test.
They put some young men in front of TV for five hours a day, then measured their…
Well, quite frankly, their sperm count.
No. I don’t want to know either…
Any who. They make the claim too much TV reduced the count and made them less fertile. Not as many of those little pollywogs swimming in the beaker.
At first, you’d think it was the radiation off the TV screen or some mysterious invisible ‘voo-doo’ rays killin’ the Gold Medalist swimmers off.
But, wouldn’t they have to be streaking two-inches in front of the screen for that to happen?
Cook those little tadpoles up good?
I thought maybe it had to do with sitting on the taters, or smunchin’ the old scrotum for hours and hours on end.
Kind of like the claim if your foot slipped off the pedals as a kid, bouncing your groin off the middle bar a few times, *OUCH* you’re destitute to looking up the local adoption agency’s number.
But, they found it wasn’t a problem with dudes hanging out on a computer for hours on end.
So what’s the deal?
Turns out it does have to do with taters after all.
But not what you’re thinkin’…
It was the dude’s lifestyle.
Being a couch tater. No exercise. Not getting out and about.
So, if that’s the case we know great male songwriters ‘got the goods.’
Because great songwriters, male or female, get off their duff and out in the world so they can come back and write about it.
Great songwriters are curious…
They want to see things…
And it’s their experiences which make them great writers.
And, it’s getting off the couch which makes them potent Daddy makers too.
Sometimes though, even great writers need ways of reproducing great lines to express their experiences.
That’s what August’s Tune Booster is about.
Ways of creating interesting lines and finally trashing those place holder lyrics always getting you nicked in evaluations.