[FoRK] New Benefits of Marriage Study Actually Hints at the Horrors of Middle Age

Stephen D. Williams sdw at lig.net
Fri Jan 23 14:21:44 PST 2015

I grew up with Duesenbergs...  Sort of.

My dad used to periodically take us to the Duesenberg museum in Indiana near where we lived.

But I did not think that was what you were referring to.


On 1/23/15 12:48 PM, Gregory Alan Bolcer wrote:
> Not to beat everyone over the head (and I hate having to splain my snarky comments and jokes), Doozy/Dusenbery(author)...meaning a 
> car that because of it's custom built body and high horsepower quickly became a favorite vehicle of the rich and famous.
> The ideas proposed in the article are a favorite of the rich and famous way to throw money at what they see as "no child raised 
> right" type of environment.  Meanwhile those very same rich and famous fuck up their own kids with entitlement and lack of core 
> values.
> Meanwhile back at the ranch, 80% of all California drivers think they are better than average drivers.
> So much for other people's kids.
> Greg
> On 1/23/2015 12:44 PM, Gregory Alan Bolcer wrote:
>> Well, the whole thread was started by a post that was a real doozy
>> (Dusenbury).
>> On 1/23/2015 12:07 PM, Reza B'Far (Oracle) wrote:
>>> :)  Yes, I wasn't meaning misogynistic or androgynistic... just myopic
>>> may be... and wasn't intended to you... it's kind of like I wasn't
>>> seeing anything new that I haven't heard before and would be good to get
>>> other perspectives.  I often get pleasantly surprised by how women think
>>> about exact same issues in a way that I haven't heard from men.  Or
>>> folks that are under-educated, yet very intelligent.  Or ... I don't
>>> even know where to research these perspectives honestly, but I know they
>>> are there and I occasionally hear them from places like NPR's Radio Lab
>>> or something like that... but generally these perspectives go ignored...

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