Re: Hidden women

From: J. R. Molloy (
Date: Wed Apr 18 2001 - 23:09:57 BST

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    From: "daniella" <>
    > Or could it be physical? We happen to have weaker voices, and
    > therefore in a competition for "self assertion" we are likely to
    > loose. We also are
    > usually not as strong so sports and physical conflict are out too.
    > When it comes to argument - we usually gain the upper hand - don't all
    > cliché's say so? We must trust those memes;-)

    Oh, now I get it, you're fingers are not as strong as men's, so that explains
    why you haven't posted to the list... until now, when the issue is gender.


    Stay hungry,

    --J. R.

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    analog computing, cultural relativism

         Everything that can happen has already happened, not just once,
         but an infinite number of times, and will continue to do so forever.
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