> >Don't you dare apologize, Mr. Harris. While I and many other more
> >rational men have a great respect for the minds and talents of women,
> >the attitude you describe /does/ exist, and your simple, honest
> >reporting of that fact is far more likely to lead to solutions than
> >is Natasha's misplaced indignation.
> Yes, do apologize Mr. Harris! And, as for Mr. Crocker, unfortunatley he
> reiterates your generalization. Indignation? This seems to be your own
> emotion Mr. Crocker -:)
I certainly admit to indignation (I've never had a problem with it, properly applied), but I made no generalization whatsoever, and neither did Mr. Harris. All we did is honestly report on a belief common in society. I don't hold that belief, nor do I respect that belief, but I respect even less the desire to deny unpleasant realities. You may speculate all you want as to my motives--I believe that facts are more important than motives. If you think I have my facts wrong, then say so and tell me why.
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