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At least she chose a manly way to commit suicide and jumped off of a 42-story building, and not one of those wimpy uncommitted methods like taking a bunch of aspirin and then calling someone and telling them about it.

I wonder if Summers commented on the dramatic emotional nature of women having an impact on their ability to reach the highest levels of scientific academic levels?
Main / Men's Health Op Ed at New York Times
Jun 25, 2006, 07:59 AM
Malakas - I am sending you an email
Main / Men's Health Op Ed at New York Times
Jun 25, 2006, 07:45 AM
I did not know that gender had an impact on health sciences.  I thought only sex had an impact on physiology.

So I can get better health care if I think of myself as a woman?  Heck - this could be a great way to eliminate some diseases.  All we need to do is study which sex has the larger number of serious diseases and then tell everyone to think of themselves as the other sex.

I knew this political correctness would eventually have a positive impact.
Main / The Stay at Home thing
Jun 22, 2006, 02:53 PM
Quote from: "JackBauersPowerHour"
The problem with the stay at home parent is they have alot of free time to think.

Idle hands are the devil's workshop
Main / They love us! They really love us!
Jun 22, 2006, 12:40 PM
Quote from: "Malakas"
Gross Darth???

Let's say for example, that the throwing of lice and slugs represented an Ancient tradition of courtship in which men and women alike understand their mutual rigths and reponsibilities and stick with them.

Compare that with the shifting sands of western divorce and exploitation.

Bring on the slugs!!

you can find a silver lining anywhere - good for you!
Quote from: "Darth Sidious"
If the unborn is a human, then it is irrelevant how it was fathered.

What?   If?

I have never seen or heard of a woman giving birth to a toad, bat, snake, fish, etc.  The unborn child is always human.  There is no need to add that ridiculous conditional.

I believe an unborn is a human - but that point is at the core of the abortion debate.  

Abortionists say it is a lump of cells like a tumor, and the anti-abortionists say it is a human.

I was making the point that if the "human" argument wins, how the child was conceived is irrelevant.

If the "tumor" argument wins, then everything becomes a moot point.
Main / They love us! They really love us!
Jun 22, 2006, 12:14 PM
Quote from: "Darth Sidious"
After a while, Weizl learned that among the northern Siberians lice and slug-throwing is the traditional manner for a woman to express her love for a man, and indicates that she is available for marriage (It makes you wonder what on earth they throw if they don't like you).

Gross! :vomit3:

I would not even touch lice and slugs unless I had no other choice let alone throw them at someone.  Those women have a revolting way of showing affection.  I am definitely not going to look for a woman in nothern Siberia.

Those things might be delicacies - it would be like throwing chocolates at people in the West.
Main / Re: Co-ed prisons
Jun 22, 2006, 11:29 AM
Quote from: "Daymar"
Can anyone imagine co-ed prisons where women are put in cells with larger men who could rape the women? There would be a multi-national outcry by all of the "enlightened" countries. A massive UN humanitarian effort to seperate the men and women.

No women would be told, "prison rape is a deterrent."

See what I'm getting at?

Sounds like a good idea to me.  In a prison environment, not constrained by the oppressive strictures of society, women can be free to demonstrate how they can do everything better than men.

Heck - without the organized patriarchy, they should be running the place in no time.
Mr. Bad wrote:
However, IMHO you forgot another 'big issue' for the crybabies over at Hugo's and elsewhere: Body image.

Do not forget about young men taking steroids to look more muscular and manly, only to have their liver fall out at 40.  Boys also take steroids because of expectations and drive to succeed in sports to prove one's worth.
Quote from: "Quentin0352"
Why even allow it for rape and incest?

I have been thinking about that also.  If the unborn is a human, then it is irrelevant how it was fathered.
Main / Girl found chained to her bed
Jun 22, 2006, 09:09 AM
Quote from: "jaketk"
Quote from: "Dr Evil"
In all fairness the BF is a much greater flight risk and the numbers may simply reflect that.

Perhaps, but according to the girl's statement, it was the mother and not the boyfriend who appeared to do this, so it makes little sense that the mother (who bears greater responsibility) has the lesser bond.

The article did not state anything about the bf's involvement - poor reporting, or the police are not releasing all of the facts.

The article did say the mother came into the room after she was already chained, to release her and then re-chained her.

If he was not directly involved, he should be charged with a lesser offense.

I am pretty sure the mother's defense attorney will claim that she was bullied by the bf into chaining the girl.
Main / Can I puke now?
Jun 22, 2006, 08:38 AM
Woof - that is a good article...

I disagree with one item:
Nevertheless, fathers are often under attack by misguided women's advocates.

I do not believe they are misguided.  I believe they are precisely guided and on target to achieve their objectives - gain advantage for their special interest group.

I know the authors were throwing a softball to avoid unnecessarily inflammatory commentary that would detract from the information and marketing value of the "mainstreamed" message.
Quote from: "Julian"
Of course in the abortion debate the statement "In the best interests of the child" is no longer relevant.

By George Jones and Roger Highfield
(Filed: 22/06/2006)

A call from the Roman Catholic Church for the 24-week upper limit on abortion to be lowered was turned down by Patricia Hewitt, the Health Secretary, yesterday.

Miss Hewitt told Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, Archbishop of Westminster and the leader of an estimated 4.1 million Roman Catholics in England and Wales, that the Government saw no need to change the law.;jsessionid=D23CHMOTPD2GZQFIQMFSFFOAVCBQ0IV0?xml=/news/2006/06/22/nabort22.xml

the propagandists have a hidden footnote*

*when the child's interests are in parallel with the mother's interest
Main / Girl found chained to her bed
Jun 22, 2006, 07:34 AM
Quote from: "Virtue"
In all fairness the BF is a much greater flight risk and the numbers may simply reflect that.

How do you come to that conclusion ?......what information, present in the article, leads to this deduction.....Have I missed something?

Is the boyfriend a blood relation to the girl?  That can be a pretty big factor in whether someone will skip town
Quote from: "IMHO"
Do I get to be a citizen now?

You wouldn't want to be one anyway :D

To be honest - If answering that question correctly was mandatory for citizenship, I think would decline.