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Women Do Cry More

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On 16 Jun 2015 at 10:47am Paul Newman wrote:

Tim Hunt being hunted down by the Feminazis was so par for the course I hardly noticed. Now lovely Boris is being berated for suggesting women are different to men and amongst those differences is a skill at deploying emotional weapons of one sort or another. Of course they do!
It always helps to imagine the primal tribal state of man.
Picture the scene, the sun rises over some ancient savannah, and the cavepeople emerge stretching and yawning. The woman, would start the day pointing at the hungry child , shouting and weeping until the men of the tribe bugger off to kill a mammoth . While they are off the women look after children, honing their specialist language and emotional skills and otherwise engaged in feuds between each other as experts on micro political strategy .
Men need qualities like strength courage, judgement of distance, tough skills like maths whereas women need political cunning , emotional and language skills , both for child rearing and tribal politics .
The earliest humans worshipped female gods and had matriarchal societies. For two thousand years the male sky gods have ruled and men have predominated . What we are seeing now as society becomes increasingly dominated by women and female values is no more than the return of the natural order
Any man who gets in the way is doomed and the only hope is to escape over the border to Wales
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On 16 Jun 2015 at 11:11am Sid James wrote:
Wow it's like the 1970's round here?!
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On 16 Jun 2015 at 2:32pm bastian wrote:
Sounds like you've got daddy issues to me Paul!
If you think the world is run by women you must be insane. Most women are still treated like sh*t by male collegues, shat on as mothers, berrated for working/not owrking and are raped internationally as punishment for existing. It's a tough out there and if you are born male, white and rich, you're laughing (but confused about what women are fordue to your privalidged up bringing in male company), not you of course, you are a preb, if you weren't you wouldn't be posting on here.
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On 16 Jun 2015 at 3:02pm Paul Newman wrote:
'raped internationally as punishment for existing.'

I can`t say I have come across this phenomenon myself ......
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On 16 Jun 2015 at 3:08pm I'm a Preb wrote:
And I know just what women are for
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On 16 Jun 2015 at 3:10pm Babs Windsor wrote:
Wotcher Sid you lovely old geezer
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On 16 Jun 2015 at 4:53pm bastian wrote:
Paul do you read the news papers at all-not the daily mail, just news papers. Rape has been used as a weapon of war for centuries, it is very common.
I do believe you might be standing for UKIP, all girls to wear frocks! or we chaps get confused, and so do the ladies, they'll be going around wanting to fly aeroplanes and stuff like that.
Men cry to, or threy ought to or they'll explode!
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On 16 Jun 2015 at 5:09pm Celine wrote:
Men don't cry they get drunk and then attack someone else to vent their angst on, often their female partner. Look at the domestic violence statistics. Perhaps if men cried more there would be less male violence.
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On 16 Jun 2015 at 6:06pm Clifford wrote:
I like to amuse myself wondering when the last time one of the 'strong men' actually went out hunting a mammoth or fought hand to hand combat. Computer games don't count.
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 12:41am Normal person wrote:
Wow.
Mr Newman. So dim and missing the point about prejudice, that I can't be bothered to explain why.
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 2:11am wrote:
Paul's wife cries quite a lot actually. As, indeed, would I.

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On 17 Jun 2015 at 6:35am The Colonel wrote:
All the best women are breeders and home makers. The career types (with the exception of your carers and nurses ) are vile aggressive and according to pretty much everyone I speak to, a pain in the work place.
They can't reverse their cars, play football ( When would the Beeb ever donate the amount of air time they are at the moment to the rubbish standad of football like we are seeing at the womens world cup? ) cricket or rugby and cope with drinking alcohol.
Why can't women just be women instead of trying to be like men all the time.
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 6:54am Paul Newman wrote:
Oh I don`t know I liked Margaret Thatcher and I `m rather keen on Liz kendall currently . It is true that women`s sport is a confusing thing " and now the 100m for people who can`t run very fast ..." but I appreciate the toned body their efforts produce .
I find incredibly privileged women moaning about prejudice rather amusing as well , but my point is this , its just a fact that women do cry a lot
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 9:42am Frak wrote:
How is women's sport a confusing thing? They play sport and some of them are very good at it. I take it you could beat Jessica Ennis in a sprint or jump higher than her or The Colonel could score goals like Karen Carney or score a century against the Aussie women's cricket team. I work with a lot of women and I don't think I've ever seen one cry in the workplace and even if they did not really sure how it would affect their work.
It's this sort of I'm not sexist but mentality which means we will never have equality.
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 10:53am Ex Regular Poster wrote:
I don't know about crying more, but some men do seem to want to post an awful of pointless rubbish on the Lewes forum, while some women are elsewhere doing something useful.
 
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 2:28pm Paul Newman wrote:
If Lewes FC played the England women`s football team what do you think the score would be ?
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 2:34pm Winterbourne Wanderer wrote:
I'm a woman, and I cry regularly - every time I see that Paul Newman has posted something on this site.
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 6:31pm Ex Regular Poster wrote:
why shouldn't he? It's the Paul Newman Forum , isn't it?
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On 17 Jun 2015 at 10:46pm Paul's wife wrote:
Do ignore my husband. He keeps having these funny turns and fantasises regularly about being in the Lewes FC bath with Clarkson and Cameron and Thatcher beating them all with twigs. Yes, he does have mother issues. And yes, Nanny will put him in the padded room.
 
 
On 20 Jun 2015 at 9:23am skeptical green wrote:
It does not help either men or women for PN and others to try and further polarise the sexes over the Tim Hunt affair. It was right for women to be annoyed by his failed attempt at a joke and I thought the online campaign by women scientists with pictures of them in non sexy hazmat gear etc was a witty way of responding to his daft outdated views. On the other hand removing him from his honorary position and the online witchhunt was a total overreaction. By the way what's wrong with young people falling in love whilst engaged in scientific endeavour? It worked for Pierre and Marie Curie ( apart from the side effects of the radiation of course)
 
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On 20 Jun 2015 at 11:45am skeptical green wrote:
It does not help either men or women for PN and others to try and further polarise the sexes over the Tim Hunt affair. It was right for women to be annoyed by his failed attempt at a joke and I thought the online campaign by women scientists with pictures of them in non sexy hazmat gear etc was a witty way of responding to his daft outdated views. On the other hand removing him from his honorary position and the online witchhunt was a total overreaction. By the way what's wrong with young people falling in love whilst engaged in scientific endeavour? It worked for Pierre and Marie Curie ( apart from the side effects of the radiation of course)


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