Re: hidden Women, back to hiding

From: Kenneth Van Oost (
Date: Fri Apr 20 2001 - 21:59:32 BST

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    Hi Daniella,

    You wrote,
    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?

    << As a man I am not very proud to say this, but the new man does not
    exist and did not either in the past. "
    The begin sentence of a rapport concerning the free time expenditure by
    the Flemish people.
    Stronger, the classic role models between women and man are in the
    last ten years even more stronger than they used to be.
    Man, still feels inclined to think the best of himself. He answers that he
    is a modern man who goes with the signs of the times.
    Man are more conservative in their behavior than in their opinions.

    So, I am not very surprised...

    Keep lurking though, maybe some day...

    All the best,


    ( I am, because we are) what we are unfortunely...

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