For the No Shit Files: America’s Happiest

March 9th, 2011  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized

In response to my fantastic post on the the Asian-Jew-white-big-penis nexis, the New York Times and Gallup (or I should say the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index) conducted some research into what we already know: Men who do the Aisan thing do it for good reason. Here is a brief sketch of what, statistically speaking, represents the happiest (or “most well-being-ist”) man in America:

He’s a tall, Asian-American, observant Jew who is at least 65 and married, has children, lives in Hawaii, runs his own business and has a household income of more than $120,000 a year.

For this they pay a reporter? For this they conduct a study? To tell me what my grand-kids are gonna look like? Sheesh. We here at DadWagon don’t need Gallup to help us with our social engineering. We’re doing it already! Look out America, the happy is coming and it looks like our children’s children.


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