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"Grumpy Cat makes two appearances in the name of marriage equality -- because everyone deserves the right to be married and miserable"

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  • On Wed, 26 Aug 2015, 2:45pm PDT in Just another rape thread, curious2 said:

    iwog says

    If men didn't do it, it wouldn't get done. Women DO NOT rebuild car engines.

    Please direct your statement to Elizabeth of Windsor, who worked as a mechanic during the war. You can reach her via the Web site of Buckingham Palace, where she works as the current monarch of the United Kingdom. I would suggest you ask a second opinion of Dame Margaret Thatcher, former attorney and Prime Minister, but she is alas no longer available.

    Perhaps you should ask Oprah or a woman scientist to study you, or ask one of these women for their opinions, because I would enjoy seeing their reaction to your comments:

    Also, please ask these women if they are part of a bgamall conspiracy. Pay careful attention to their arms, which appear to be engaged in working on some sort of engine.

  • On Wed, 26 Aug 2015, 1:16pm PDT in Just another rape thread, curious2 said:

    iwog says

    lying.

    iwog, go back and read your own statement. The fact that taxi drivers are more likely to be male does not render women incapable of that job. You seem to be caught up in your oppositional defiant disorder, calling everybody liars when you are obviously wrong. (And, note the vocabulary: I don't call you a liar, because I believe that you believe what you wrote.) I am not going to indulge you in this, but really you've dug yourself into a hole and you should simply stop digging.

  • On Wed, 26 Aug 2015, 12:48pm PDT in Just another rape thread, curious2 said:

    Patrick says

    not talking about the examples. maybe you're being deliberately obtuse.

    Maybe someone is, but not I. Without examples, without evidence, I don't see any support for his alleged "valid point." If he had a valid point, there would be examples. In a country of more than 300 million people, there would be many examples, not merely the purported opinion of some obscure person allegedly caught on video (that didn't even play when I clicked it). You can cite PatNet for someone's theories about Sandy Hook, but those aren't evidence or "a valid point" about alleged conspirators. A valid point requires evidentiary or at least sound theoretical proof; the rantings of a paranoid delusional person do not substitute for that proof.

    iwog says

    The idea that women create resources necessary for life is an illusionbegins in biology and is firmly rooted in evolution.... If women went on strike tomorrow, nothing would be different in a monththe species would go extinct.

    There, fixed that for you. If anybody doubted the misogyny of some comments on PatNet, they should read that one. In the modern world, women can do nearly all of the jobs that men can, plus one that men can't, so if life needed to proceed with only one or the other, the females have the advantage.

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