brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Shadow Dancer insomniac at winterslight.org
Wed Jul 24 00:33:02 EST 2002


"Richard C. August" <raugust at ptd.net> wrote in message
news:p2b%8.95$Fl.17779 at nnrp1.ptd.net...
> Dear Parse Tree,
>
> US GDP has absolutely NOTHING, NADA, ZIP, ZERO to do with the FACT that we
> have 400 times as many lawyers as the Japanese.  In the trade wars vs. the
> Japanese, guess who's winning and has been winning since the late 1970s?
> Let me give you a CLUE -- lawsuit happy people feed lawyers HUGE sums of
> money for PETTY little trivialities like being burned by a hot cup of
coffee
> coming out of a Mickey D's, and winning $8,000,000 as a result.  Does THAT
> happen in Japan??   No.........
>
> I also am not under the delusion that I have a right to a relationship
with
> a woman.  The only relationship to a woman that I have a right to have is
> the OBLIGATORY relationship I have to my MOTHER.  Otherwise, I DO NOT WANT
A
> RELATIONSHIP WITH A WOMAN.  I don't want one!  I don't care whether I have
> that right or not!  I DO NOT WANT A GIRLFRIEND OR A WIFE OR A PARAMOUR
> BECAUSE I DO NOT WANT A WOMAN!!!  I don't care to even have a right to a
> relationship with a woman because I don't want a relationship with a woman
> in the first place.
>
> Here's why I don't want a relationship with a woman.  VAWA 1 declares that
> if she and I have a dispute, and I turn around and walk away and say
nothing
> to her at all, and I don't even touch her at all, because I have said
> nothing to her at all, I have given her the "silent treatment" and
therefore
> committed an act of violence against her.  I didn't hit her or touch her.
I
> didn't even call her a name.  I said nothing to her, and still, that's an
> act of violence.  I would still commit an act of violence against her if I
> DID touch her, but she felt the touch was inappropriate.  I may have
> caressed her head lovingly.  I may have stroked her cheek.  I may have
> hugged her.  If she doesn't like it, it's SEXUAL HARRASSMENT, an act of
> violence against her.  For a hug, or for saying nothing to her and doing
> nothing to her at all, I go to jail either way.
>
> If a woman I might love is misusing money, and I assist her with a budget
> plan to help her save money or a savings account to help her keep more of
> the money she earns, and she doesn't like the way I do it despite good
> results, that's controlling her finances, and that's also an ACT OF
VIOLENCE
> against her.
>
> And for every woman I meet, whether I like her or not, she is still in
some
> kind of a committed relationship with another man.  Given these social and
> legal conditions, is she worth fighting over with another man?  Let him
keep
> her.  I'll take the Monastery, thank you.  My relationship with God in
Jesus
> Christ is VASTLY more important to me than a sexual relationship with some
> woman.
>
> Meanwhile, I pray that what happened to me by my ex-wife during my former
> marriage would happen to you so you would learn well the lesson John
Knight
> and I have gently tried to teach you.  Because of Battered Women's
Shelters
> and VAWA, growing numbers of heterosexual men now want NOTHING more to do
> with women at all.  They'd rather vomit than make love.  I guess celibacy
> isn't such a bad thing after all, is it?  It keeps me and thousands of
other
> sadder but wiser men out of jail for merely making love.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Richard C. August
> Free, MALE, Celibate and loving it!!

Wahh wahh wahh wahh....you don't see me complaining about the bad
experiences I've had with certain men.

Why don't you do us all a favor and spend some time and money on
psychotherapy to resolve your obvious problems?

This has nothing whatsoever to do with the original subject.  If you insist
on whining about your problems, try some of the self-help psychology groups.

The Shadow Dancer





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