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Old 17-05-2003, 09:44 AM
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Not that I am a woman or such, but I couldn't get the link to work!

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Old 17-05-2003, 10:08 AM
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On Sat, 17 May 2003 07:47:39 GMT, "Just Me \"Koi\""
wrote:

Not that I am a woman or such, but I couldn't get the link to work!


Yes well, i think i figured out why and i appologize for that. I
copied it and put it in an email earlier, but now it won't let me copy
it. It was out of a 1955 Good Housekeeping magazine and was do's and
don't for housewives. Quite old fashioned!! Have a hot meal ready,
start a fire for him in cold out, have a beverage ready when he comes
home, have the kids cleaned up and quiet, put a ribbon in your hair!,
don't complain if he goes out to dinner or stays out all night alone
because he probabaly had a hard day. (basically)
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Old 17-05-2003, 03:08 PM
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"jammer" [email protected] wrote in message
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On Sat, 17 May 2003 07:47:39 GMT, "Just Me \"Koi\""
wrote:

Not that I am a woman or such, but I couldn't get the link to work!


Yes well, i think i figured out why and i appologize for that. I
copied it and put it in an email earlier, but now it won't let me copy
it. It was out of a 1955 Good Housekeeping magazine and was do's and
don't for housewives. Quite old fashioned!! Have a hot meal ready,
start a fire for him in cold out, have a beverage ready when he comes
home, have the kids cleaned up and quiet, put a ribbon in your hair!,
don't complain if he goes out to dinner or stays out all night alone
because he probabaly had a hard day. (basically)


The lack of these practices in modern time is further proof of the collapse
of our soceity.

BV.


P.S. If you don't know I am joking...


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Old 17-05-2003, 03:32 PM
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BenignVanilla wrote:
"jammer" [email protected] wrote in message
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The lack of these practices in modern time is further proof of the collapse
of our soceity.

BV.


P.S. If you don't know I am joking...


at the risk of offending

-- Not the article you quoted but some of the practices they had back
then realy should be reinstated ----- I remember that there were lots
of LITLE things I would not do stay out late, go somewhere without
tellimg parent, mess up in schoool or in public etc for fear of the
"parental wrath" I got from the school or and my parents if I did them
which actualy didnt hurt me mentaly or physicaly for more than a few
minutes

Now that that sort of punishment is against the law and kids dont get
punished for those little things well just read the news and see what
they are up too and it seems getting away with

off my soapbox now



John Rutz
Z5 New Mexico

good judgement comes from bad experience, and that comes from bad
judgement

see my pond at:

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Old 17-05-2003, 06:20 PM
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Whenever someone starts reminiscing about the 'good old days', I
remember some of both sides.

In the 50's, a father's word was law. The child who violated his
father's (or mother's, or teacher's) orders could expect a quick trip
to the woodshed. My older brother lost a close friend because
Charlie's Dad believed the Salk vaccine was nonsense. Charly died
about 2 years later of Polio.

In the 50's, you could call a person of African ancestry a negro,
or a colored person without offending anyone. In the same decade, a
black man was lynched in Broward County, Florida. The sheriff
organized the lynching. The crime - urinating in public.

Doctors made house calls - but kidney failure meant death.

The list goes on, but it has very little to do with ponds....

PlainBill

On Sat, 17 May 2003 07:19:56 -0600, John Rutz
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BenignVanilla wrote:
"jammer" [email protected] wrote in message
...


The lack of these practices in modern time is further proof of the collapse
of our soceity.

BV.


P.S. If you don't know I am joking...


at the risk of offending

-- Not the article you quoted but some of the practices they had back
then realy should be reinstated ----- I remember that there were lots
of LITLE things I would not do stay out late, go somewhere without
tellimg parent, mess up in schoool or in public etc for fear of the
"parental wrath" I got from the school or and my parents if I did them
which actualy didnt hurt me mentaly or physicaly for more than a few
minutes

Now that that sort of punishment is against the law and kids dont get
punished for those little things well just read the news and see what
they are up too and it seems getting away with

off my soapbox now



John Rutz
Z5 New Mexico

good judgement comes from bad experience, and that comes from bad
judgement

see my pond at:

http://www.fuerjefe.com




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Old 17-05-2003, 07:08 PM
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Oooh! I like that! Can I get a copy for my dear wife? Just before she
slaps me around for hallucinating?

--
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"The difference between 'involvement' and 'commitment' is
like an eggs-and-ham breakfast:
The chicken was 'involved' - the pig was 'committed'."

http://community.webshots.com/user/godwino

"jammer" [email protected] wrote in message
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On Sat, 17 May 2003 07:47:39 GMT, "Just Me \"Koi\""
wrote:

Not that I am a woman or such, but I couldn't get the link to work!


Yes well, i think i figured out why and i appologize for that. I
copied it and put it in an email earlier, but now it won't let me copy
it. It was out of a 1955 Good Housekeeping magazine and was do's and
don't for housewives. Quite old fashioned!! Have a hot meal ready,
start a fire for him in cold out, have a beverage ready when he comes
home, have the kids cleaned up and quiet, put a ribbon in your hair!,
don't complain if he goes out to dinner or stays out all night alone
because he probabaly had a hard day. (basically)



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it. It was out of a 1955 Good Housekeeping magazine and was do's and
don't for housewives. Quite old fashioned!! Have a hot meal ready,
start a fire for him in cold out, have a beverage ready when he comes
home, have the kids cleaned up and quiet, put a ribbon in your hair!,
don't complain if he goes out to dinner or stays out all night alone
because he probabaly had a hard day. (basically)


The lack of these practices in modern time is further proof of the collapse
of our soceity. BV. P.S. If you don't know I am joking...


You're absolutely right, not to mention the lost of all those milkmen jobs.
;o) ~ jan


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~ jan wrote:
[ . . . ]
You're absolutely right, not to mention the lost of all those milkmen
jobs. ;o)


Also the breadman (Dugan's?), and the ice and coalmen (Russo Bros.)

S/f,

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victims are defenseless is bad public policy."
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Old 21-05-2003, 08:08 AM
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On Sat, 17 May 2003 17:14:21 GMT, "Just Me \"Koi\""
wrote:

Oooh! I like that! Can I get a copy for my dear wife? Just before she
slaps me around for hallucinating?


If your email address is the above minus the spamnot, i sent the 1955
housewives thing to you. If it didn't come through i have another way
i can do it. It will not copy and paste to here, tho.


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