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Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 15:09:57 -0700
From: "J. R. Molloy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Hidden women
From: "daniella" <email@example.com>
> 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
why you haven't posted to the list... until now, when the issue is
Oh no - just a weaker mind which has long stopped seeing where all
your circular debates lead too.
Not to worry - I am removing myself to a nice women's journal where
we "sisters" can decide if any of your brothers are worth bothering
Kenneth, the presence of women on the list did not bring out any
"gentlemanly" behaviour, why would it?
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