Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…


Reader Response to “Don’t Marry Career Women” – Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…

Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…
loopyadam
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loopyadam

It’s amazing to see such a reaction over this article.
The smart guys in the US figured this out long ago
and beyond not getting married to a “career” woman,
they wouldn’t consider getting married to ANY
woman in the United States.  Mr. Noer didn’t go far
enough in his article.  The infidelity that is mentioned
in the article is something American women struggle
with regardless of their income level and career
aspirations – all you have to do is look at the Nielsen
ratings on Sex In the City and Desperate Housewives
to understand the depth of this problem in our country.

To all you marriage minded guys out there: do what
all the smart American companies are doing and GO
OFFSHORE!!!  You’ll end up finding women who are
more interested in the size of your smile instead of
the size of your wallet.

08-25-2006 06:33 PM

Re: Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…
shovel
Regular Contributor
shovel
all you have to do is look at the Nielsen
ratings on Sex In the City and Desperate Housewives
to understand the depth of this problem in our country.

That’s outrageous!! Next thing you know, Murphy Brown will be making single motherhood fashionable. Oh, wait…

08-25-2006 07:18 PM

Re: Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…
Hedgie
Regular Contributor
Hedgie

“The infidelity that is mentioned in the article is something American women struggle with regardless of their income level and career aspirations – all you have to do is look at the Nielsen ratings on Sex In the City and Desperate Housewives
to understand the depth of this problem in our country.”

Good point. There are indeed many men who want nothing to do with All-American whores. That’s why they stay single.

Perhaps if the law allowed men to “handle” their cheating wives the sensible, old-fashioned way, the adultery problem would fade away.

08-25-2006 10:35 PM

Re: Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…
Pete
Regular Contributor
Pete
Yes, it’s true that he didn’t go far enough. It’s not just career women who make bad wives. It’s also NON-career women as well.

The fact is, American women as a whole make bad wives. They lack femininity in their personality and attitude, and they behave very poorly towards others, especially men. In fact, this observation has become more and more noticeable to increasing numbers of men, not just in America but in other countries as well.

A man’s best bet is to find a foreign woman overseas, preferably in a non-westernized, non-feminist society, and choose from the huge surplus of sweet, feminine women who would jump at the chance to be a dutiful wife for an American man.

American women are worthless. And that’s no exaggeration.

08-26-2006 05:08 AM

Re: Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…
Pelican
Regular Contributor
Pelican

Perhaps if the law allowed men to “handle” their cheating wives the sensible, old-fashioned way, the adultery problem would fade away.

Fabulous — as long as we’re allowed to exact the same toll on you lot. (At the moment, you’ve also got the higher infidelity rate, so I’m not sure you really do want to advocate that approach.)”

08-26-2006 06:33 AM

Re: Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…
Debra45226
Newbie
Debra45226

For every woman who cheats….there is a corresponding man…..perhaps even a married man.  It’s a two way street.

08-26-2006 07:15 PM

Re: Mr. Noer didn’t go far enough…
khankrumthebulg
Regular Contributor
khankrumthebulg
The Secret Lives of Wives

Why they stray: With the work place and the Internet, overscheduled lives and inattentive husbands—it’s no wonder more American women are looking for comfort in the arms of another man

By Lorraine Ali and Lisa Miller
Newsweek

July 12 issue – When groups of women get together, especially if they’re mothers and have been married for more than six or seven years, and especially if there’s alcohol involved, the conversation is usually the same. They talk about the kids and work—how stressed they are, how busy and bone tired. They gripe about their husbands and, if they’re being perfectly honest and the wine kicks in, they talk about the disappointments in their marriages. Not long ago, over lunch in Los Angeles, this conversation took a surprising turn, when Erin, who is in her early 40s and has been married for more than a decade, spilled it. She was seeing someone else. Actually, more than one person. It started with an old friend, whom she began meeting every several months for long dinners and some heavy petting. Then she began giving herself permission to flirt with, kiss—well, actually, make out with—men she met on business trips. She understands it’s a “Clintonian” distinction, but she won’t have sex with anyone except her husband, whom she loves. But she also loves the unexpected thrill of meeting someone new. “Do you remember?” She pauses. “I don’t know how long you’ve been married, but do you remember the kiss that would just launch a thousand kisses?”

Erin started seeing other men when she went back to work after her youngest child entered preschool. All of a sudden she was out there. Wearing great clothes, meeting new people, alive for the first time in years to the idea that she was interesting beyond her contributions at PTA meetings. Veronica, on the other hand, fell in love with a man who was not her husband while she was safely at home in the Dallas suburbs looking after her two children. Hers is the more familiar story: isolated and lonely, married to an airline pilot, Veronica, now 35, took up with a wealthy businessman she met at a Dallas nightclub. Her lover gave her everything her husband didn’t: compliments, Tiffany jewelry, flowers and love notes. It was, in fact, the flowers that did her in. Veronica’s lover sent a bouquet to her home one afternoon, her husband answered the door and, in one made-for-Hollywood moment, the marriage was over. Now remarried (to a new man), Veronica says she and her friends half-jokingly talk about starting a Web site for married women who want to date. “I think there might be a market in it,” she says. There is. Wives who want extramarital sex—or are just dreaming about it—can find what they seek on Yahoo!, MSN or AOL.

09-19-2006 08:06 PM

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