Columnist George Will (Editorial Pages, Sept. 4), "Sweet Chaos After a Pall of Look-Alike Cars," reports on a no-doubt male psychologist who "found that flashy cars made middle-aged women feel younger."
There is no report on middle-aged men because they do not buy their jazzy foreign convertibles to make themselves feel younger. Oh, no. Not at all.
Aging males buy their flashy cars to stabilize international relations, to assist the economy, and to reinforce the security of their middle-aged wives. Do they not?