"R. Harrill" wrote:
> Spudboy100@aol.com wrote about a wearying word-fight:
> > For my own perverse needs, I am seeing if any of the members of this list
> > conform to my idea of the accusation in question.
> OK, this perplexed bystander has a comment. Why was Brian subjected
> to a rather snotty remark from somebody who said something along the
> lines of "You, sir, have insulted the love of my life and I won't
> stand for it!"?
> Seems to me that if a female stands up and slings mud then she, the
> same as you, me, or anyone else, runs the risk of getting whacked.
> For other persons to then say, "Now you apologize to the little
> lady," exhibits rather crude sexism in my view.
Good for you. Some of us feel that for a husband to NOT stand up for his
wife is a sign of worse personal defects than mere sexism. And for the
record, it was Brian who made the original, rather insulting aspersions
as to Natashas personal life. I would have been surprised quite a bit if
both had not become quite enraged as to such stupendous effrontery and
Since Natasha is in no way little, based on the pictures I've seen of
her, saying "apologize to the little lady" would not be an accurate
statement to make, however she is a lady, and she does deserve an
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