Category Archives: Men and Women Work

“Women’s work is never done,” and men’s work is not recognized.

Consumers support economy — Economies need consumers

Without consumers there is not much of an economy.  Work produces goods and services.  Consumers buy goods and services.  When more and more people’s jobs are being mechanized, more and more people will have trouble finding employment.  That problem is aggravated through accelerated immigration from under-developed nations (instant consumers, rather than having to wait 20 to 25 years of waiting for the home-grown variety to come on-line).  Without a lot of jobs and people filling them, there won’t be many consumers who can buy goods and services. A collection of concerns, with links to articles in which they were expressed: Automation and mechanization have liberated many people from having to do … Continue reading

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Woman’s work is never done – man’s work ignored

A woman’s work is never done. The feminists love that adage. They are also the reason why it was truncated from »A man may work from dusk to dawn, but a woman’s work is never done.«  The feminists are responsible for making the first part of that adage vanish by rigorously following this instruction and imposing it on everyone: A man’s work is… ignored. Why is that first part of the original adage being ignored?  Men are obligated to work.  If they don’t work, they better be sick, invalid or dead, otherwise they would be bums.  The feminist argument goes that, while men who don’t work (for women) are bums, … Continue reading

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Stephen’s Art: Antler carvings and more

This gallery contains 16 photos.

Stephen’s Art is by an artist whose work spans antler carvings and much more. Index for Stephen’s Art Antler carvings by Stephen Fish pond and water works in Stephen’s backyard Iron-work by Stephen About Stephen Contact Stephen Antler carvings by Stephen Stephen will carve per request and make deals (e.g.: accept moose antlers as part of price for carvings). Price for a carving like any of those shown here: Can$350 Contact Stephen Tel: (780) 796-2306 (leave message with your tel.#, if necessary). You can also leave a FB message here. It will be passed on to Stephen. Fish pond and water works in Stephen’s backyard Iron-work by Stephen _____________ Note: … Continue reading

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Did feminism cause Greek debt crisis?

The head-line of the article linked here asks, “Did feminism cause the Greek debt crisis?”  As with generally all such rhetorical head-lines that end with a question mark, the answer to this one, too, is, “No.” Did feminism cause the Greek debt crisis? June 18, 2015 By Janet Bloomfield (aka JudgyBitch) The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has given Greece (another) iron-clad deadline to meet its debt repayment schedule – Greece must pay up by June 30th. Failure all but guarantees Greece will be booted out of the common European currency and forced to return to drachmas…. More: http://judgybitch.com/2015/06/18/did-feminism-cause-the-greek-debt-crisis/ The commentary by Janet Bloomfield is not bad, but it is somewhat … Continue reading

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Is a $15-an-hour minimum wage a problem?

Is a $15-an-hour minimum wage a problem? Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour is an idea that is a main-topic of discussion in the news right now.  Here in Alberta, where we have just been blessed by the voters with a socialist government, the leader of the NDP, Rachel Notley, picking up on popular sentiments, announced that the NDP will work to bring about and implement a $15-an-hour minimum wage.  We made some experiences with minimum wages that I will describe here. My wife and I farmed not too far from where we now live. Our main crop was hay, most of which we fed to the sheep … Continue reading

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Young people refusing to leave their rooms

They are called hikikomori, a million or more Japanese young people refusing to leave their rooms, while living off their parents – some for decades at a time. Why?  The BBC asserts that they are mostly or virtually exclusively young men.  Others, not quite as biased as the BBC has become accustomed to be, say that the problem exists, but that is about equally shared between the sexes.  Not only that, they point to evidence that appears to indicate that the problem is a world-wide one, afflicting people in developed nation, and that no firm dimensions of the “affliction” are known. Who is right?  Could it be the staff of … Continue reading

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You are entitled — states an Indian agitator

You are entitled — states an Indian agitator “Apology to a white supremacist like you? You are not only deluded but entitled too. Well, they go hand in hand.” I confess, I had provoked the man, by writing just prior to that, after he had asked me for a favour, I am still a bit too tired, recuperating from the baseless insults I received, and tired of waiting for a heart-felt apology. After what you had called me, in public… “Dear Walter”, on a one-to-one basis, does not quite cut it. Whether you wanted to hurt me or merely spoke from your heart, the results are the same. I cannot … Continue reading

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Man-made, Men deserve gratitude, not vilification.

Just look around you. Everything, starting from the keyboard and the screen on your PC (or your I-Phone) to as far as your eye can see — man-made.  Everything you see that did not grow by the grace of God or Mother Nature was designed and made with tools designed and made from materials mined, transformed, manufactured, even transported to where it was manufactured and is being used — man-made, by men. It’s a good thing that amongst all of those things we built and that everyone uses, there are also so many other things that uplift the mind, such as the art that many men managed to create. Most … Continue reading

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Men’s Issues – Justice for Men

It is difficult to find a better introduction to the issues addressed in this Facebook album on Justice for Men than the following YouTube video (7 minutes, 37,468 views as of 2011 08 03) http://www.youtube.com/wat?ch?v=57EWApOypIQ&feature=p?layer_embedded From the introduction to the YouTube video: “…Societal forces like chivalry, misandry and the onerous male sex role of provide and protect have been having the unfortunate consequence of obscuring the needs of men. This short video will give you an introductory glimpse of some men’s issues.” Men’s Issues Published on Aug 12, 2008 What are men’s issues? Watch this short flash video to get a beginning idea. Societal forces like chivalry, misandry and the … Continue reading

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My wife was sweet and demure

Mail Online My wife was sweet and demure – then the fashion industry made her a monster By Zoe Brennan Last updated at 11:48 AM on 17th April 2011 More Quotes from the article, with comments by Dads & Things: ‘When I met my wife, she was sweet and demure. I believe she’s become egotistical and self-centred. The fashion world has turned her into something of a monster.’ If I read this right, she was a model already when she decided to have him for a husband, whereupon she could legally and without complications use him as a sperm donor — quite possibly on the advice of her handlers or … Continue reading

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