Krugman: Trump Believes Exercise 'Depletes Finite Reserves Of Precious Bodily Fluids'Chris Menahan
May. 31, 2017
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New York Times columnist Paul Krugman weighed in on "GolfCartGate" Monday, attacking Trump for "disdain[ing] exercise of any kind" and believing "raising a sweat depletes the finite reserves of precious bodily fluids."
...Trump reportedly disdains exercise of any kind except golf. He believes that raising a sweat depletes the finite reserves of precious bodily fluids, I mean energy, that a person is born with, and should therefore be avoided.The rest of the column is just liberal whining about the world will end if Trump doesn't sign the Paris Accord.
Here's the quote from the linked article:
Other than golf, [Trump] considers exercise misguided, arguing that a person, like a battery, is born with a finite amount of energy.This is the rate-of-living theory. Some have theorized people and animals have a limited about of heartbeats and heavy exercise can lower one's life span as a result.
There was a study written about in 2009 which drew it into question:
Vaanholt's study was designed to test the rate-of-living theory among individuals of one species—in this case, mice.It's a pretty interesting theory nonetheless and one study on mice doesn't disprove it in humans.
The fact of the matter is Trump has tremendous energy for a 70-year-old man and only sleeps 4-5 hours a day.
Perhaps he's powered by a seemingly infinite reserve of precious liberal tears.
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