Saturday, May 01, 2010


Blogger TMink said...

Because we are men.


4:26 PM, May 01, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That works for me, Trey.

5:22 PM, May 01, 2010  
Blogger DADvocate said...

Oxytocin seems like it would be a good bio-chemical warfare weapon. Spray it on the enemy and they would want to give you hugs instead of bombs.

It is telling that scientists are so thoroughly steeped in knee-jerk male bashing that they do not even ask whether there might be something positive about having less oxytocin. Why do they take it for granted that male biochemistry is intrinsically maladaptive?

Schneiderman makes excellent points that fully illustrate the extent to which men have been demonized in Western culture.

7:10 PM, May 01, 2010  
Blogger Master Doh-San said...

Just another shot in an on-going war.

7:38 PM, May 01, 2010  
Blogger Dr.D said...

Don't tell the Democrats for Pete's sake. They will make it mandatory in the new ObamaCare bill!

10:44 PM, May 01, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr D
The Dems can not do much of anything with the Nay saying GOP in congress...what has passed is great for this nation. You don't like what got passed? Keep what you have. I am going to.But bnice to know a lot of people who need coverage will get it..those people are my countrymen, and in a war, many of them or their offspring will serve for ALL of us. (ah, right: the army gives free medical care: socialism!)

7:38 AM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger Fen said...

You don't like what got passed? Keep what you have

Dear _fred_,

As of the end of this month, we will no longer be able to serve as your provider of medical care or insurance.

Good luck. Idiot.
Your Old Plan.

8:07 AM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger DADvocate said...

I put on a dress, high heels and went out dancing last night. It just didn't feel right. I think there's a man trapped inside this man's body.

9:08 AM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger Trust said...

@fred said... The Dems can not do much of anything with the Nay saying GOP in congress.

So let me get this straight...

In 1995-200, with Dem prez and GOP congress, everything good is to the president's credit and everything bad is the GOP's fault

In 2001-2006, with as little as a 1 vote majority in the 50/50 senate (the VP vote), everything was the GOP and Bush's fault.

Then in 2007-08, with Democratic majorities in Congress, things get drastically worse. Again, it is Bush's fault.

Now, in 2009 with a 60-40 majority in Congress, which plummetted to a 59-41 majority in 2010, Obama is handcuffed by a naysaying GOP.

Anyone else see a politically biased pattern here?

Obama has majorities that Clinton and Bush could only dream of. You cannot possible consider him less powerful that Clinton and Bush.

The logic is absurd.

10:48 AM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger DADvocate said...

Trust - fred is a tool. Reality means nothing to him.

3:55 PM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger Jeff Y said...

Cuddle juice up the nose? Oh, hell no.

A woman who recommends cuddle juice to her boyfriend, she should be spanked.

5:14 PM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger bmmg39 said...

Men don't need to be made "like women" because men already ARE like women. Men and women possess equal capacities for love, compassion, violence, and visualization. But men and women are often being told that certain emotions or traits ought to be considered off-limits for them, and so they stifle them as best they can.

Yes, it's a shame too many people cannot accept men for who they are, but it's equally fallacious and insulting to say that a man who DOES show that he's a caring, nurturing human being must be a "feminized male."

9:17 PM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger Daughter of a Heavenly Father said...

It must have slipped his mind that being a hormonal, emotional, and easily-made-to-cry woman is seen as just as bad. They have been medicating women for years too.

9:53 PM, May 03, 2010  

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