There were multiple submissions about the story a while before any made it to the
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You're assuming the women are negotiating with men, which reveals your own prejudice.
I'm still sad they abandoned/scuttled that project.
I liked him until I met him.
He visited my university when I was still in school, and I had the opportunity to meet him. The man is an asshole.
It may be pronounced like "sapphire"? I dunno.
Children are very much like puppies. If you don't socialize them before they grow up (go to college), they turn into neurotic messes when put into a very social environment.
Yeah, that's what I was implying, but wording it as a joke. I think parents like this would be better off letting their children go to public school, but staying involved in their education outside of school and encouraging their children to succeed. Most parents aren't cut out to be teachers, let alone teach their own children and retain a positive parent-child relationship (preventing the child from relying too heavily on their parents when they're older), and it's very difficult to replicate the socialization provided by public school.
Compare the AC's children's achievements with the average child in public school whose parents care about his or her education and encourage him or her to succeed at school. The results are about the same, with the downside of the homeschooled child lacking critical social skills.
Agree 100%. If you, as a parent, are willing to put that much effort towards educating your child, do it in addition to public schooling, not in place of it.
So what you're saying is for all that extra work, you got average results.
Then he should have left the "women" part out of it. Both men and women suffer from abuse, from their same sex and the opposite sex. We'd be better off focusing on preventing abuse in general, instead of specifically focusing on "man abuses woman" cases. There are many woman-against-man, woman-against-woman, and man-against-man abuse cases that don't get the attention they deserve because they're seen as less important.
So what you're saying is women are weaker and more manipulable than men?
Luckily, the object is stored in the transporter buffer, and with a little sci-fi magic we can reconstruct the object and save the day minutes before the episode ends.
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