Started by angryharry, Aug 21, 2005, 10:17 AM
How do you think most of them view feminism?
Most of the younger ones just seem to care about getting drunk and shagging lots of men.
QuoteMost of the younger ones just seem to care about getting drunk and shagging lots of men.Works for me. I don't plan on getting married again and as long as I'm still pulling young chicks, I'll take advantage of it...:twisted: SG
Personally I find most London women so unattractive that they make an empty bed seem like a very attractive proposition.
There is a HUGE distinction between residential and commercial construction, anyone who has spent any time in the indistry knows this. Adding a room to your home doesn't even remotely compare to the daily grind of real commercial work. Apples and oranges...QuoteYou are skilled, I am skilled, good enough... or does it not stop until one has worked on the tallest building in the world, building it single handedly? Five years ago, I slipped and almost fell four stories straight down the elevator shaft of Marriot Hotel I was building as a project manager. I barely caught myself and had to suck up the butterflies and continue my workday, hands still shaking because i had to support my family. What's the worst that can happen in residential work, a piece of sheet rock could fall over on you? SG
You are skilled, I am skilled, good enough... or does it not stop until one has worked on the tallest building in the world, building it single handedly?
Brian, Have you ever looked into ways of working outside of London? Its extremely do-able these days, especially if you can work for yourself and especially with high-speed internet and so on. You could also make a decent amount of money if you own a property in London and move out.
I've lived in Los Angeles, but here in Louisiana we have some of the finest southern belles you've ever set your eyes upon, I swear. They're used to being spoiled though...SG
QuotePersonally I find most London women so unattractive that they make an empty bed seem like a very attractive proposition.That bad, huh?I've lived in Los Angeles, but here in Louisiana we have some of the finest southern belles you've ever set your eyes upon, I swear. They're used to being spoiled though...SG
Well, in the UK we had a lady Primeminister in 1979. She won the election because so many women voted for her because she was a woman rather than what she stood for.You're sure of this... no one voted for her because of her views? Hmmm. How many women get kicked out of their home and away from their children even though it was their partner who committed adultery?I mentioned somewhere, don't know if it was in this thread, but yeah... y'all have it a bit different in the UK, and that has to change. It's not like that in the US. Y'all have my sympathy there... but there are also the cases where one knocks down their ex's door, and that stuff is simply unacceptable as well.Men don't worry about women attacking them, they worry about men attacking them, which is more likely than a woman being attacked by a man.My point exactly. Women however... do have to worry about it. I once worked as a temp in an investment bank. I arrived without a tie and was told to go out and buy one or get another job. The women didn't have to wear ties, in fact as long as the didn't wear jeans they could get away with a hell of a lot more than the men.I do believe expecting someone to wear business attire, be it for men or women, is quite different than make up and form fitting clothing, eh? If you felt there was an injustice, why not raise the issue?I have on two occasions. Being a mature adult I shrugged it off and put it down to experience rather than suing the crap out of the company I worked for.So a woman put her hands on you? Totally inappropriate.My wife hit me on a number of occasions, she had a mean left hook that used to connect with my right ear and was very painful. I never hit her once, or any of my other girlfriends.Again, completely unacceptable, she was flat out wrong and needs anger management therapy... but more abuse is committed by men, and even men are victims of male on male violence, the incidence with lesbians are far less than with gay men. This is not to slam men, all abuse is wrong, and all of it needs to be addressed and stopped, and men shouldn't be stigmatised for speaking up... (which is representative of patriarchy, slamming men for doing so.Are you serious? In the UK, it is women who go out and watch strippers these days. Men feel ashamed when they do it, women go and have a great time looking at male strippers. They have mags as well.
A couple of my colleagues just got back from a stint working in LA and said there were so many good looking women out there it was unbelievable. Sure sounds tempting.