A fundamental law is that every living organism is inclined to choose the path of least resistance, least pain, greatest reward. Stephen Jarosek (aka Codebuster) looks at the implications of this law in the workplace behavior of men and women.
The Independent recently ran a story claiming that deep inequalities continue to face women in the UK labour market. Mike Buchanan pours a bucket of cold water their pity-party by dubunking the claims with fact and a little common sense.
We do have, for a number of reasons, a pandemic of gross immaturity in western women. I just heard a few duck feathers ruffle – which means the squawking is not far off, but as long as I am going to thumb-botted down by the pussy police, I might as well finish what I started.
Modern feminism, in keeping with modern feminist tradition, has expanded modern feminist sexual harassment law to include just about anything that a modern feminist doesn’t like, or that she claims years later not to have liked, and left out entirely what any man out there may not like. In short, with sexual harassment law, it is men who are screwed, not women.
Part I eviscerated a movie that spent a great deal of its time eviscerating any shred of manhood left in our culture. Part II is a celebration of some spark of manliness left.
Multi tasking it seems is something that a person is only capable of doing when the tasks are menial. Any highly skilled job or operation requires absolute concentration on the task at hand. This is why a surgeon does not take the time to answer his phone during heart surgery. If you want something done well you give it your full and undivided attention; it’s that simple.
“Women have always been the primary victims of war” said Hillary Clinton, while at a conference on Domestic Violence in San Salvador.
Where women naturally excel – homemaking, early childhood care, beautifying, verbal communication, emotional expression – they ought not to go anymore, according to feminists. Put on some pants, girl, and grab that power drill!
Doubtful Sound in New Zealand is one of those places you should see before you die. The scenery is enough to eclipse any of my paltry attempts to describe it, but I can try to tell you what I saw; scattered, small emerald peaks rising out of placid, reflecting water the color of tea. Still […]