Thursday, October 14, 2010


According to the BBC, there are 8% more women than men in the country of Latvia. There are also 3,000 more women than men in the 30-39 age range. If you want to know why, you can read the article. I find this interesting:

"The smartest girls are alone. The really beautiful girls are alone - if they are smart," Dace says. "They want to find partners who are equal to them. But a man, having all this choice, doesn't need to be very perfect. He just sits in front of the TV and knows he can get a woman. And if she doesn't suit him, he will get another. Smart women simply don't want to have such men as their partners," she adds.

Sounds like Rachel would like to live in Latvia. She's always had a fondness for Russians.


  1. I don't think that problem is unique to Latvia or even because of the over-abundance of women. I think men in general these days are slackers who sit around waiting for a woman to come take care of them. Finding a really awesome, smart, successful, hard-working man these days is nearly impossible! I got lucky, but I went through a lot of losers and bums first.


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