Thread of doom play for the day: Size does matter

Disappointed Troppo readers everywhere have gradually come to a realisation – upon which I came clean on in a recent thread.  Troppo is really an ‘eyeballs’ play as we say in the trade and things haven’t been this good for eyeballs since Tim Blair sent some brownshirts our way a long while ago.  Anyway, it turns out that economic development has a surprisingly robust relationship with penis size. As this paper shows. Discuss with relation to any rocks you would like to get off. Baseless accusations are encouraged – though participants are reminded about our point of difference here at Club Pony – they’re not compusory.

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KB Keynes
KB Keynes
10 years ago

what a thread it was.Evil pundit, Dave Ricardo Mark Banisch even CL.

That paper certainly erects some problems though Nicholas. I couldn’t find out whether size is statistically significant in either imperial or other measures.

I loved the Barro references when he found there was no increase in size when the economy was experiencing war.

Don Arthur
Don Arthur(@don-arthur)
10 years ago

Nicholas – Is this post part of a cunning plan to prevent Richard postinghis thoughts on income tax indexation?

KB Keynes
KB Keynes
10 years ago

Nicholas some may think that a limp reply.

I think Barro wrote that visiting Viagra falls

Richard Tsukamasa Green
Richard Tsukamasa Green(@richard-green)
10 years ago

Given Troppo’s most consistent sources of new visitors via search engines, I reckon ‘The Political Economy of the St Kilda Schoolgirl’s Female Masturbation” would be a sure thing.

Link
10 years ago

Nowt but a naked ploy to humour the fairer sex gender.

All makes sense now.

Pedro
Pedro
10 years ago

Troppo is lefty heaven obviously, but I wonder how many of you lefty types actually dress to the left? In the statistically significant economic indicator sense that is.

Dave Bath
10 years ago

Note (at least in the Helsinki Uni version of the paper I read) it’s an inverted U…. 13.5 cm optimal, more than 16 becomes increasingly counterproductive.

Hmmm. Migration debates… Movement from one country to another might be good for both countries.

Pedro@8. Lefty lefty here.