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I don't understand why she didn't just taser him when he started to resist arrest.But I don't understand why somebody with the accumulated stature of Galt needs to construct a caveat such as:
Just to be clear, this isn't a poke at women.When he provided the original post.
He doesn't bother trying. Men need to stop defining themselves as tiny moons revolving around the huge planet of women's wants/needs. Look for a woman that meets YOUR expectations and ignore the restYes Crusoe, you understand.
"Yes, and if they aren't sure what that Greek word means, they have only to ask...."Errr.. Latin actually Fidelbogen - meaning 'lips'.
Her argument also presupposes that in education, preventing children from harboring stereotypes is more important that getting them to actually learn.A whole new generation of confident, well-educated boys is the feminists worst nightmare and education was the primary target.
if you think about it consumerism and commercialism hurts young men at a bad rate by encouraging them to spend valueble $$ on image,Wan't to explain that for global readers?
when i was in trade school, our intro teacher told us he was a lube tech at wal mart , and when he came to work one morning he asked this old bum in a pickup to leave and the guy ignored him, so he called the cops. when the cops came, my teacher said when he found out who the guy was he almost had a heart attack......
the bum in the truck was named sam walton
If you agree to try something in good faith, which turns out to be physically painful to the point of torn tissue (no ones fault), I think you have a right to stop the proceedings.Yes, but who would be so inept that it takes torn tissue to signal an error of judgement?
Men would like a playboy playmate with a selfless attitude, a heart of gold and some abilities around the house, but we also can distinguish between reality and fantasy.I'd venture to suggest that such life-forms do exist, even on this planet.
If women live their lives waiting for a flawless hero to sweep them off their feet, there is a very real danger that they may become Miss Havisham.Now she faces the prospect of becoming a Miss Havisham herself. Don't waste any tears on her.
Quote from: "Dr Evil"Quote from: "angryharry"When it comes to men being 'stupid', or MRAs 'not achieving much', I only have to think about this thread thus far.
What do you mean by this Harry?
Harry, please answer my question.
I still haven't forgotten "Groundhog Day" where Bill Murray plays a chauvinistic male jerk who disses a furry rodent. He is then forced to relive the same day over and over until he finally abandons his jerkish male ways and becomes the kind of man a woman could love. It is enough to make you puke. Or, better yet, get a varmint rifle and go hunting.Agree entirely Eviltwin!! BUT it's an intriguing movie. It raises important questions about what any man could do if he had all the time in the world to do it in.