Everything carries a risk.
Walking outside exposes you to pollution, pollen, an aging population that refuses to give up their cars until they kill people.
Staying inside? You risk depression and poor physical health without sunlight, nature, human contact, and exercise.
Getting married? Well, for heterosexual men it’s a win; you live longer and you’re happier.
For heterosexual women? Your partner is the most likely person to murder you. Even if he doesn’t, your life expectancy is shorter (but that’s okay because you’re more miserable than single women). Continue reading Running the Numbers (#320)