Gals just look at the audience at forbes


Reader Response to “Don’t Marry Career Women” – Gals just look at the audience at forbes

Gals just look at the audience at forbes
Cassius
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Cassius
What is Forbes about ? Wise investments. What are wise investments ? A high percentage of success (now do not lecture me about reward risk ratio). So you have here men who do not put everything on black but men who gave every step in their live or every step in building their buisness or their fortune through investments a lot of thought. If they say marriage is a bad idea or marriage to you is a bad idea I would start to worry about marriage because usually the decisions they make turn out to be right.
Gals you do not want somone who is poor and who is going to stay poor ? Okay its only fair its your life your decision. If you need somone with money but dumb enough to marry try a movie star or a pro sportsman.

08-29-2006 10:20 PM

Re: Gals just look at the audience at forbes
SM777
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SM777
A wise investment decision for men is to avoid marriage in Amerika.

They should invest in their financial future here.

They can always go to another country to find a good wife.

That’s where most of them are.

08-29-2006 10:30 PM

Re: Gals just look at the audience at forbes
GenghisKhan
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GenghisKhan
Exactly. Noer isn’t attacking career womens’ contributions to society and the workforce, he’s simply giving men advice on how to minimize their risk in marriage by eliminating a select group of women. Its no different than an article telling women to avoid bad boys, to not buy certain cars, to avoid certain stocks, etc. There is nothing wrong with this. Women shouldn’t be angry, unless of course they want to get married and are now out of luck because men do not want to choose them. But this isn’t the man’s fault – he does after all have the free right to choose who he wishes to marry. And you can’t validly argue that a man should be forced to change his expectations or choices as this is a restraint on his free will/thoughts/feelings, which would be in essence slavery or fascism. So whose at fault? Its the fault of whatever caused women to become poor marriage choices as outlined by Noer. I’ll give you a hint, it starts with F and ends in eminism.

Message Edited by GenghisKhan on 08-29-2006 10:42 PM

08-29-2006 10:30 PM

Re: Gals just look at the audience at forbes
ftesyektsi
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ftesyektsi

GenghisKhan wrote:
Its the fault of whatever caused women to become poor marriage choices as outlined by Noer. I’ll give you a hint, it starts with F and ends in eminism.

Message Edited by GenghisKhan on 08-29-2006 10:42 PM

First, Noer didn’t say career women were poor marriage choices – he said they were poor marriage choices for men who wanted women to raise children.

Second, it’s not the fault of feminism (and why does there have to be a ‘fault,’ anyway?).  The issue is like goals.  Men who expect a woman to have no goals outside of the home would be silly to marry women with goals outside of the home.

Though, why men need to be told that is beyond me.

08-30-2006 03:24 PM

Re: Gals just look at the audience at forbes
GenghisKhan
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GenghisKhan
Though, why men need to be told that is beyond me.
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You can argue the minutiae of the article but ultimately, its an advice piece for men. Just like all the other advice pieces out there for woman on “love, life, and relationships.” Men and women need advice, we don’t know all the answers. Though it seems you might by that arrogant comment you just made.

Message Edited by GenghisKhan on 08-30-2006 04:09 PM

08-30-2006 04:08 PM

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