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Old 08-23-2001, 06:39 PM   #21
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LOL Sorry Kat...
I cook spaghetti every nite.
When are you moving to my area??
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Old 08-23-2001, 07:49 PM   #22
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Which area is this?

Lets see, spaghetti, lasange and ravioli..... yummmmmmm. Now I'm hungry.

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Angela- I agree with nearly everything that you had to say and believe me I am not at all a 'Femi Nazi' (right winged Feminist, as we called them at the uni I went to), all that I was trying to point out is the idea of concepts and the understanding that goes along with it, like how can one truly understand something if they never experience it. I believe that children will grow up in a lot of different situations that are full of different individuals and with the shift in recent decades from what is the 'typical' family, we now have children being raised by extended, divorced, single Mother/Father, and gay families, I believe that if there is enough love then a child will get all that they need regardless of whether they have parents or guardians that either do or do not fit into these 'traditional' stereotypes, like I said before the concept of enough love should be the main question and issue
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We are going to eat at an Italian restaurant tomorrow night.
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very obtuse way of putting it, things such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc should be shared duties
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Old 08-23-2001, 11:38 PM   #26
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I do the laundry, she does the cleaning, we split meals, I mow the lawn, but under her strict supervision.

Is that politically correct enough for these modern times?
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Old 08-24-2001, 12:22 AM   #27
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Which area is this?
I'm in Arlington, Texas, which is the Dallas area.

An Italian woman cooking Italian food (my absolute favorite food, even though I'm not in the least bit Italian - I'm a Canadian/Irish/Scottish/Danish mutt). I'm not sure life could get any better than that!
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I make the best stuffed artichokes too..... most americans eat plain steamed artichokes with mayonaise.... ew.

I stuff them with a mixture of bread crumbs, parmesan cheese, olive oil, garlic, and parsely..... yummy..... slow steamed for about an hour..

Ok I am craving artichokes now.





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And some of us do not eat artichokes at all.
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True.... very true.





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Old 08-24-2001, 01:54 AM   #31
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I make the best stuffed artichokes too..... most americans eat plain steamed artichokes with mayonaise.... ew.

My hubby and kids think artichokes are the grossest things, so I never make them anymore.



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Old 08-24-2001, 06:43 AM   #32
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You know. The best chefs in the world. Are male. ( or so I hear )

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Oz. I think we did actually share the same views. Perhaps we said it differently or focused on slightly different things. I dont think you're a fem nazi, lol. Although I dont think the question was stupid at all! Like you said, some women DO belong in the home, cos thats where they want to be.

I guess my views come from not only the fact that I would love a family (pls ignore this sappiness ), but from the number f jobs I have had over the years. Small companies, big companies, stressful postions, postions of certain authority, boring jobs, very high paced ones etc etc. Mainly business I guess you'd call it. And after a while I became more than slightly jaded. I got to thinking, what are all you people rushing for? Where are you trying to go? And for what? All that. The mnost common answer is prolly cos of achievement and satisfaction. But for me, I place the satisfaction and achievements you can get that are a bit closer to home higher on the scale of importance.

Each to their own. We arent living in the turn of the century, so we all get to choose...In a way
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Old 08-24-2001, 12:21 PM   #35
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Aww... It's cool.... People need to get used to me and get to know me, then they like me.

You either love me or you hate me.

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What is the smilie if my feelings are beyond simple "hate"?
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Hey Bama,
New Favorite CD is growing on me. I now like "Stars". The songs I just can't stand now are:

Let Me Teach You For Awhile
The Boy Who Wouldn't Hoe Corndogs
I'm Gonged
Dayblight

The so/so songs for me are:

Bright Sunny South
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Take Me For Longing

My faves:
The Lucky One
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What is the smilie if my feelings are beyond simple "hate"?


Blah are you saying you hate me.




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The only thing that belongs in the kitchen is food.

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Old 08-30-2001, 07:12 PM   #40
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People's roles should not be gender based, it's a matter of individual choice. A word on motherhood...it's a privelege , not a right IMHO...and my o my, do your babies grow up quickly.Enjoy it while it lasts.

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