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  1. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Real Life Adventures about 1 month ago

    Right. Because single guys’ money should only be saved for the women.
    Like they say, “What’s his is hers, and what’s hers is hers.”

  2. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    Only one has those willing to die than take up arms and get involved in the world’s controversies.
    There are thousands right now serving in prisons because of their neutrality.
    MAJ

  3. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Top 2 months ago

    Reminds me of “Aliens”

  4. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Brewster Rockit 3 months ago

    See the CONSAD Research Corporation on the so-called gender gap:
    http://www.consad.com/content/reports/Gender%20Wage%20Gap%20Final%20Report.pdf

    This was further supported in the book “Why Men Earn More" by Warren Farrell, Ph.D., which examined 25 career/life choices men and women make (hours, commute times, etc.) that lead to men earning more and women having more balanced lives, and that showed how men in surveys prioritize money while women prioritize flexibility, shorter hours, shorter commutes, less physical risk and other factors conducive to their choice to be primary parents, an option men still largely don’t have. That is why never-married childless women outearn their male counterparts, and female corporate directors now outearn their male counterparts.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2007/11/07/us-boardroom-women-idUSN0752118220071107?feedTy

    Farrell also lists dozens of careers, including fields of science, where women outearn men.
    Women simply have more options than men to be primary parents, and many of them exercise that option rather than work long, stressful hours. That is why 57% of female graduates of Stanford and Harvard left the workforce within 15 years of entry into the workforce.
    http://edition.cnn.com/2005/BUSINESS/03/15/optout.revolution/

    This is an option few men have (try being a single male and telling women on the first date that you want to stay home).
    Blaming men for women’s choices is unfair. In fact research shows most men have no problem with their wives outearning them. It’s the wives who have a problem with this.

    Research also shows most working dads would quit or take a pay cut to spend more time with kids if their spouses could support the family.
    http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/Careers/06/13/dads.work/index.html

    Research also shows that parents share workloads more when mothers allow men to be primary parents. Notice my emphasis on “allow.”
    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/health/2009-05-04-equal-parenting_N.htm

    ABC News: “Is the Wage Gap Women’s Choice? Research Suggests Career Decisions, Not Sex Bias, Are at Root of Pay Disparity”
    http://abcnews.go.com/2020/GiveMeABreak/story?id=797045&page=1&CMP=OTC-R#.UJXegKX3VOR

    The Wall Street Journal: There Is No Maie-Female Wage Gape
    http://www.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052748704415104576250672504707048

    The Huffington Post: Wage Gap Myth Exposed — By Feminists (Christina Hoff Sommers)
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/christina-hoff-sommers/wage-gap_b_2073804.html

    The Daily Beast: No, Women Don’t Make Less Money Than Men (Christina Hoff Sommers)
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/02/01/no-women-don-t-make-less-money-than-men.html

    Slate: The Gender Wage Gap Lie (by Hanna Rosin, of all people!)
    http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2013/08/gender_pay_gap_the_familiar_line_that_women_make_77_cents_to_every_man_s.html

    CBS Money Watch: The Gender Pay Gap is a Complete Myth
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-gender-pay-gap-is-a-complete-myth/
    Highlights:
    1. Men are far more likely to choose careers that are more dangerous
    2. Men are far more likely to work in higher-paying fields and occupations (by choice)
    3. Men are far more likely to take work in uncomfortable, isolated, and undesirable locations
    4. Men work longer hours than women do – women are more likely to work part-time; men are more likely to work overtime. The results are obvious
    5. Men are more likely to take jobs that require work on weekends and evenings
    6. Men are more likely to pursue high-stress and higher-paid areas of specialization
    7. Despite all of the above, unmarried women who’ve never had child actually earn more than unmarried men
    8. Women business owners make less than half of what male business owners make, even though they have no boss. That is because money is not the primary motivator for women. Women place a higher premium on shorter work weeks, proximity to home, fulfillment, autonomy, and safety.

    MAJ

  5. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 3 months ago

    “All your base are belong to us.”
    Love it!

  6. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 3 months ago

    Of course, it’s “oppression” from the patriarchy.

  7. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Adam@Home 3 months ago

    Oh, it’s “wiener” or “weenie”, then.

  8. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 3 months ago

    http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2015/03/truth-diamonds/

  9. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. 3 months ago

    You killed my father.

  10. digital_dreamer GoComics Pro Member commented on Adam@Home 3 months ago

    There are “breaks” on the car?