April 23, 2007

WORK

Interesting study on how women need to quit their bitching: Surprise -- Men Do Just As Much Work As Women Do
For the record, my husband works way more than I do. He always has. Even when I had two jobs and felt like I was going nuts, he was deployed. So he always trumps me.

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1 Oh yes. My husband has always done WAY more work than me. I only started appreicating just how much work that was when he left for deployment prep. I had to outsource of it, like the cleaning and the yard work.

Posted by: Buterfly Wife at April 23, 2007 04:20 AM (+2qii)

2 I almost linked this same piece this morning....

Posted by: Tammi at April 23, 2007 08:54 AM (Bitcf)

3 Another hardworking woman--- http://www.craigslist.org/about/best/sfo/309485032.html I'm a Marine and I served my tour in Iraq. My husband, also a Marine, served several. I left the service six months ago because I got pregnant while he was home on leave and three days ago I get a visit from two men in uniform who hand me a letter and tell me my husband died in that f*cking festering sand-pit. He should have been home a month ago but they extended his tour and now he's coming home in a box. You f*ckers and that god-damn lying sack of shit they call a president are the reason my husband will never see his baby and my kid will never meet his dad.

Posted by: q at April 24, 2007 12:32 AM (n17hK)

4 Well if it’s on Craigslist it must authentic. I mean, it couldn’t be a fake by some anti-war peacenik trying to spread their hate, no way. Q, why no e-mail address? Yea, like I can’t figure that one out also.

Posted by: tim at April 24, 2007 07:27 AM (nno0f)

5 How come the Craigslist poster talks about being a Marine and the post is titled "An Angry Soldier"??

Posted by: airforcewife at April 24, 2007 04:10 PM (0dU3f)

6 Why the heck would I want to get emails from you?

Posted by: q at April 25, 2007 11:58 AM (n17hK)

7 Q, Don’t flatter yourself. Intentionally excluding your e-mail is always suspicious. Good luck getting the whole story and truth from Congressional Committees. As far the military honoring their dead, I highly doubt you know anything about the subject. Go hijack a thread at the Daily Kos where they appreciate your type. Later sheep.

Posted by: tim at April 26, 2007 04:41 AM (nno0f)

8 So let's get this straight. Army Spc. Bryan O'Neal testifies that he was told to lie about the Tillman death, and the Tillman family is aghast at the lies. That's okay with you?

Posted by: q at April 27, 2007 01:40 AM (n17hK)

9 Well...as much as I love looking at statistics because I think they tell many truths, I don't really buy this one. Most men I know would openely admit (especially those who live with wives who work full-time outside of the home) that their counterparts do a whole lot more "work" than they do in a week's time. I think the article even alluded to that in the last paragraph. Other stats point out that women with children who work outside of the home actually work the equivalent of two full-time jobs. So...although I value the work that men do, I think women still have the upper hand on that one.

Posted by: Nicole at April 28, 2007 07:37 AM (vYQMs)

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