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    >>>Sigh ... husbands ...

    Wha.... Hey! We husbands are a good group of guys. What's there not to like about us?
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    >Wha.... Hey! We husbands are a good group of guys. What's there not to like about us?

    Hmmmm ... could it be the amount of time you spend on the cprogramming boards??? No, just kidding, I think it is pretty great the help you all give each other. And there are a lot worse things you could be spending your time on ...

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    yup they could be watching porn instead they use their time on something constructive like helping us Newbies
    There are some real morons in this world please do not become one of them, do not become a victim of moronitis. PROGRAMMING IS THE FUTURE...THE FUTURE IS NOW!!!!!!!!!

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    >We husbands are a good group of guys.
    But you are still guys, so you lose points for that

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    > But you are still guys, so you lose points for that

    <pig>I see. Rag on the bread winners all you want, Ms. Lude. You know that without us, you'd be cold and hungry somewhere! </pig>

    How come a woman that says women are superior is a feminist and a man that says men are superior is a pig?

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    >Rag on the bread winners all you want, Ms. Lude
    I win bread just fine, thank you

    >How come a woman that says women are superior is a feminist
    >and a man that says men are superior is a pig?
    Careful manipulation of the general mindset. Men may be stronger, but we're sneakier.

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    > I win bread just fine, thank you

    Sure ya do... What about that "glass ceiling" everyone's always whining about?

    > Careful manipulation of the general mindset. Men may be stronger, but we're sneakier.

    I can't argue with that.

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    LMAO... see, this is why I shouldn't leave these boards... i miss the cool stuff like this...

    also... this thread is the EXACT reason i look for computer-illiterate girlfriends...

    >But you are still guys, so you lose points for that

    if a guy said this... especially in person-person meeting... there would be hell to pay... yet a woman says it and not a hair on her head is touched....

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    > computer-illiterate girlfriends...

    That can't be too difficult... (I must be a masochist)

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    > computer-illiterate girlfriends...

    That can't be too difficult... (I must be a masochist)
    LMAO... yeah... it's really not... but then you get your random computer chicks... it's freaky like that.

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    >How come a woman that says women are superior is a feminist >and a man that says men are superior is a pig?

    Well... different names, same animal

    Someone telling you females are superior should go ahead and do male duties. How come they think they can do the same, but never think of actually trying the disadvantages ? Go ahead, be equal and join the army.

    ( remark: in Germany, joining the Army for at least one year is mandatory for men, optional for women... and they call it equal chances )

    Someone telling you males and females are equal should be able to show me how to receive babies.
    ( Edit: uhm, yeah, showing me would be nice, too, but I meant she should better prove men can get babies, too )

    We aren't equal. We are very different. It would be nice if we were treated with equal respect and if we had equal chances based on skill, not sex. But we are not equal !

    ( sorry for ranting, I'm just sick to hear this crap. Mind you I'm not saying one is better than the other... just not equal. )


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    > Most men get a brain haemorrhage after 20 minutes of shopping.

    And it's usually self-inflicted.

    > remark: in Germany, joining the Army for at least one year is mandatory for men, optional for women... and they call it equal chances

    In the US, everyone above 18 is eligible for the draft. Oh wait, my bad - every MALE above 18 is eligible.

    > Well... different names, same animal

    LMAO! That's a nice one...

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    Oh, hi hun. *cough* Calling ya now.
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    Make sure you wipe that lipstick off your collar first...

    ::spits in hankerchief::
    ::wipes lipstick off collar and face::

    There! Now you're presentable!

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    wait!!!!






    don't forget the gum to get rid of the alcohol smell......
    There are some real morons in this world please do not become one of them, do not become a victim of moronitis. PROGRAMMING IS THE FUTURE...THE FUTURE IS NOW!!!!!!!!!

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