Message - Re: Thanks for the unsolicited advice

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Posted by  Jim on July 31, 2003 at 12:32:42:

In Reply to:  Thanks for the unsolicited advice posted by A Marino on July 28, 2003 at 07:02:31:

Madame Marino: The mere fact that you posted on this forum shows that you want (and need!) advice, so my "advice" is NOT unsolicited. It is just that you do not like it since it flies in the face of your own conceits. I do not believe that you are in any sense an "engineer" since women cannot understand such concepts to fruition. It is all too possible that you simply bought your "degree" in India, the same as countless women have done in this country, and now assume positions that men should occupy and thus endanger the populace through a now institutionalized lie that any efforts of a woman are equal to those of men. Such giant lies have been with us for some time and will continue for the little while longer that God tolerates the errors of mankind's ways, then HE will forcably intervene and, among other things, remove women from any 'careers' or responsiblities over things outside the home, where women have always, do, and will forever belong. I had hoped that you would be led to the LIGHT of true feminine behavior, but I see that it will not happen, and now I can only feel pity for your husband, who apparently does not mind being emasculated by an ambitious and 'masculine' woman. No, it is not "Womens' Liberation" but only masculine subordination that results from such misconduct. You are probably a Hindu, and therefore have no acquaintance with morality, but if there is a shred of goodness flickering somewhere inside of you, go quickly to the Bible to learn of the true morals for those wanting to know the Truth of God. There is yet some time and hope for you.

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