Ignorance is the Enemy

Kenneth Collins k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Fri Aug 30 23:49:11 EST 2002

Noting you've 'snipped' almost all of it, I stand on what I posted.

K. P. Collins

Ian wrote in message ...
>"Kenneth Collins" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
news:<xfHb9.1698$jG2.107390 at bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net>...
>> When you do such, Mr. Knight, you denigrate everyone, because
>> all got Mothers, through whom we're here to discuss - through whom
>> we're here to do anything that we do.
>Mr Collins.
>  as your namesake no doubt knew from the venerable tome, a man in
>possession of large fortune must be in want of a wife.
>You may love your mother and it's admirable, but like most women she
>was probably just another leech sucking your dad off, in order to
>money to fund her baby making exploits.
>Please try to bear this in mind when you jump to the defence of her.
>While women's selfish gene is a classic example of natural
>tis neither honorable, nor anything to be admired.
>Please don't become confused by such quotations as Sarah Connor
>Hamilton/Terminator 2) "You don't know what it's like to actually
>create something" just because it happens to sound good, the more
>observant of us, sans oedipus complex might note that actually men
>have created basically everything in existence, and women, far from
>being the ultra creative and worthy beings you claim them to be, are
>mere eggholders.
>There's no conscious creation in any of their doings. (It's actually
>taken scientists (male scientists) almost the whole of creation to
>stop women get pregnant when they don't want to be. Further, almost
>the same length of time to make unfertile women get pregnant, when
>they so wish. Indeed many women, after too many drugs could simply
>down in the street outside brixton tube on a friday night and wake
>pregnant without even remembering it.
>You may note that men's creation of everything tangible is for a
>reason. It's because they carry the ability. It's thus your father
>be thanked for you being here. (Assuming of course the man you think
>of as your father actually is your father, 14% (one in seven) of all
>people who consider themselves legitimate are actually not,
>to all the indicators from genetic testing labs; which says not very
>much about the average woman. (If you're male more than 4 inches
>greater in height from your father, be seriously worried, bastard.)
>Just because you happen to have believed the bollocks your mother
>your dad to get his money, please do not assume everyone else is
>a simpleon.

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