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But thats what i'm saying with 50% of married familys splitting up some familys not getting jobs in the workforce because both partners working taking work from other familys just being greedy and not careing about other familys who go without.

Haylow, Internet Infidels 7 Comments [9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Sigh. Economics 101: More people working means more people producing, making goods better and cheaper, which leaves more money to be spent on more goods, which creates more jobs.

1/12/2007 4:10:26 AM


snowbeast: You'll just confuse him if you tell him that.

1/12/2007 4:43:12 AM


Let's see if I understand here:

1. Divorce is, like, bad.

2. Women don't need to work.

3. Working people (especially women) should willingly give their jobs to others (especially less-qualified men) who \"need\" it more.

May I respond?

1. Yes, except when staying married is worse.

2. Only if they can reasonably afford not to, and choose that path.

3. Most (if not all) workplaces need employees who are MORE competent, not less.

One more thing: People will often take you more seriously if you can write a coherent sentence and correctly spell all the words you use.

1/12/2007 6:24:01 AM


I'm guessing by the way you spell that your family went without education.

1/12/2007 7:11:36 AM

Crimson Lizard

This, right here, is the attitude that perpetuates gender pay inequity: the myth that men work to support themselves and others, whereas women don't.

2/6/2014 10:17:23 AM


What if both parents need to work to pay the bills?

2/6/2014 10:59:55 AM


..and no budy wil hiyer me bcoz im funtculli illitrat.

2/16/2017 9:43:24 PM

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