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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Greetings Laff Lovers,

The other day I read a disturbing story. The birth rate in the U.S. is at a new all-time low, according to 2017 numbers. There were about 60 births per 1,000 women ages 15 to 44. That is the lowest recorded rate since the government started tracking birth rates in 1909. It is also well below what they call the 'replacement level', meaning more people are dying than are being born.

What is it with these young people? Nobody wants to fuck anymore? It's this Y Generation or Millennials or whatever you want to call them; they're all hooked on Anime cartoons, video games and Internet porn. And when they do get laid it's all sterile and anonymous, with Tinder and Grinder and Blender and all of these 'apps' letting them completely circumvent the social interaction that used to be an inextricable part of getting laid, and eventually to the bad decisions and regret that leads to children.

My generation did their part. Look at me. Me and my wife have 3 kids, which suddenly seems a little inadequate compared to what these young slackers are putting out.

I was thinking about this last night when I told my wife, "Hon, I think you got that hysterectomy a little too soon. I think you could have squeezed out one more pup."

"It wasn't birth control, TZ," she snapped at me, "It was a medical necessity."

"But kids these days aren't doing their part," and I explained to her about the fertility numbers I read.

Finally I said, "I feel like I should find some 21-year-old girl who's about to throw her youth away trying to be an Instagram model and knock her up. Give some meaning to her life."

At that point my wife was staring at me so I quickly added, "You know, for the future of the country. It's more like a patriotic duty, really."

She gave me a sad little smile and patted my belly. "You go ahead Sweetheart. If you can find a 21-year-old Instagram model who's willing to sleep with you I hope she'll be happy living on half of your salary."

Deflatedly,

TZ

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