A Practical Question At This Point.

How did it work? Back in the day, when the Mormons had finally settled down in Utah after being run out of most of the rest of the country, hanging out far enough away from everyone else that they could finally just do their thing. How did they not run out of wives?

I know, I know, I know...jokes about Mormons and their wives were all run into the ground long ago. But seriously, a little math will soon show a big problem. There are slightly more baby boys born than girls, something like 51 to 49 percent, so do the numbers, and if one guy has like 10 wives, and another guy has like 8 wives, it doesn't take long before you run out of wives.

What happened? Isn't this kinda greedy? I'm pretty sure Jesus wasn't into greed. As a matter of fact, greed is one of the seven deadly sins.

It seems like there would have been a lot of fights and possibly crime among the dudes who weren't getting any wives. After all, any kind of gross inequity, whether it be economic or of access to vagina, breeds an unstable social order.

Could Donny Osmond have the DNA of a badass?

Intriguing possibility,  but back to the point.

What did they do when they ran out of wives?
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