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    Quote Originally Posted by snarg View Post
    that one is all teed up and ready for the driver
    this palce is just not what it used to be
    You and blondie have the same opinion.Just an observation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRD33 View Post
    You and blondie have the same opinion.Just an observation.
    ya mean that was not set there for someone to knock over the wall
    really, tweety, if someone left that one out there for you i would expect you to drive it 350
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRD33 View Post
    The faults lie more in the mental arena.Its hard to find a partner of equal intelligence.You probably have no problems in that respect.
    You're right, I have learned to accept that men are never near as intelligent as women and that has allowed me to happily accept their intellectual short comings, knowing it's simply not their fault. Your little lady has clearly accepted this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snarg View Post
    ya mean that was not set there for someone to knock over the wall
    really, tweety, if someone left that one out there for you i would expect you to drive it 350
    For sure.I almost wrote "Hi snarg" at the end of that post.Its 10:48 AM don't get antsy.We've got the whole day ahead of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRD33 View Post
    For sure.I almost wrote "Hi snarg" at the end of that post.Its 10:48 AM don't get antsy.We've got the whole day ahead of us.
    the jury is out, and so am i
    have a fabulous day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pickle View Post
    You're right, I have learned to accept that men are never near as intelligent as women and that has allowed me to happily accept their intellectual short comings, knowing it's simply not their fault. Your little lady has clearly accepted this too.
    If only the studies about woman performing poorer in math and sciences didnt totally blow up your point and never existed.It would have been very powerful.I'm sure in your case you've found a fellow ditch digger and it will be eternal lower middle class bliss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIRD33 View Post
    If only the studies about woman performing poorer in math and sciences didnt totally blow up your point and never existed.It would have been very powerful.I'm sure in your case you've found a fellow ditch digger and it will be eternal lower middle class bliss.
    That's widely thought to be a stereotype. Meta-anlaysis suggests it's an insignificant finding, meaning, it's not statistically significant. What is known is that while males tend to score better at standardized math tests, females get better grades. Nothing more, nothing less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banana View Post
    That's widely thought to be a stereotype. Meta-anlaysis suggests it's an insignificant finding, meaning, it's not statistically significant. What is known is that while males tend to score better at standardized math tests, females get better grades. Nothing more, nothing less.
    Its a widely thought stereotype that blacks are good at basketball and italians are good cooks.Some stereotypes exist for a reason.


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    Re: clementines



    This isn't about oranges anymore is it?

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    Bird - How does your list stack up if you factor in the male:female ration in those sectors?

    I'd venture that listing anything prior to the 70s or 80s is largely irrelevant due to the lack of female participation in said fields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Father Juan View Post
    Bird - How does your list stack up if you factor in the male:female ration in those sectors?

    I'd venture that listing anything prior to the 70s or 80s is largely irrelevant due to the lack of female participation in said fields.
    Bingo. Men choose those careers way more than women do. You'll also find that women seem to excel at other occuaptions in the helping fields for the exact same reason.
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    People who are good at certain things choose careers in them.I'm not sure how that reinforces your argument.
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