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October 25, 2006



Interesting observation. I think that I may fall more into the "male" pattern in terms of question asking, but part of that may be that I tend to research a product on the internet (away from the corporate sites) first.

One thing that struck me, though, is that some of the questions you raised here really can't legitimately be handled by the company themselves.

I mean, after all, how can you trust a company that says its carpet is stain resistant? So much advertising is built on various forms of lying and companies don't typically say things like, "this carpet stains easily."

Maybe if we had a higher standard for honesty it would be different, but until then I think it's a better bet to find that info via consumer organizations and independent reviews from actual people.


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You have to be careful and not solely rely on FEMINIST studies. Why? Feminists aren't interested in the truth, they're interested in an agenda. For example, the feminist myth about women only earning 75c for every $1 a man earns, has been thoroughly debunked for decades. Decades! If women did the same job for less, then nobody would hire men! Most feminist studies and sources DO NOT STAND UP to scrutiny. They know that women won't look into or challenge their sources. Women are just interested in "looky here at this article that states all the reasons women should be in the top levels of business ... oh, and damn the patriarchy." How much effort have you put into debunking the feminist information you so often reference? If they can hook you emotionally with their studies, they know women will endorse it & follow them. HERD THINKING. The foundation of Feminism and Women's Studies is complete BS. But they don't want you to know that, of course.

By declaring war on boys & men, you really don't understand what a deep hole women are digging themselves into.

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I wouldn't care but you refuse to listen to the answers.


women ask too many questions and gossip out of fear of the unknown. That's why men build everything, that's why men are the protectors, that's why men are the pioneers and trend-setters; instead of living in fear of what s around the next corner, we buck-up, take our cahoens in hand and go and LOOK. Whatever comes when we round the next corner, or crest that next hill we will deal with it on a case-by-case basis. Women want it all handed to them and then are never satisfied with anything. It is self-destructive behaviour at it's worst and I have no problem with people self destructing except for the one thign that always occurs with a woman that is self-destructive; they have to take others with them. Grow up, be happy with what their IS and stop worrying about what there isn't or what there could be. JUST STOP


Common has been answering fan quoseitns for the last few days regarding his career and new album The Dreamer/The Believer which will be in stores soon. You can check part three after the break and part one right here.


Later, he had to pull in his hands on an inside pitch and gofeld it foul down the line. But the contact he made the camera panned over to the seats down the first base line and then just stopped must have been 4 or 5 seconds before the ball dropped out of the sky into the seats about even with the foul pole. It so impressed the TV crew, they cued up a super slo-mo replay of the swing how often does that happen on a foul ball 40 feet wide of the pole.


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its women are too stringent, too selxluay timid, too demanding, etc.I'm serious, just put some of these attributes about Jewish women into the search engines, and alot of other ethnicities will come up. To a point maybe they are true, maybe not, what can i say, women don't want to settle, settling for a woman isn't the same as what a man may settle for. Women shop aroundbecause the investment is far bigger for us often, we are putting our youth, bodies on the line for the man we love, we will bear him children, etc. A man, not saying all do, but they can usually opt out. We women need to remember and understand the essence of who we are and our femininity, and stop listening so much to society and what it is telling us about what we need to take from a man . We sh ould value his heart first, his character. Men, stop feeling like because a woman expects you to bring something to the table that she is too demanding. You are men and you have to play that role accordingly, that's life. I loove being a woman, i wou ldn't change it for the world, and i love men. Men are men no matter their ethnicity, but its all about perception, people are people and these negative attributes we are assigning to race/ religion often are more about being just human. I am supposed to be so low on the dating totem pole according to statistics in American society, black american female (im 30) unmarried, etc. Do you think what people say gets into my head, it doesn't because i have pride in myself and i am beautiful inside and out, and it shows. The key is not to become bitter as time goes on, keep your senses of humor, y our own interests, and most of all, your scruples, good luck everyone.


I think any guy who heard on a first date (or fourth date) that I waetnd 12 children would run like hell. That sounds like a way to keep all of us single.Secondly, there are some men I dated in my 20s I would have married, but they didn't like me. (Well, as more than friends.) I'm nice but not beautiful. I finally found the man of my dreams at 36. We started trying to get pregnant at 37 and I've had a few miscarriages. I'm almost 40 now. What would the idiot rabbi say about that? Maybe if he's got 12 kids he can lend me a few. What does he think of women who are infertile or have PCOS or endometriosis in his community would that couple be ashamed?

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