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« on: June 12, 2017, 09:00:34 am »

On June 6, 2017, Putin said "I don't have bad days like women do"

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/06/06/vladimir-putin-dont-have-bad-days-like-women-do.html
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« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2017, 09:34:05 am »

Considering women need bleed pay, I guess he's right.
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« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2017, 12:08:26 am »

Putin the guy that:

Stole territory from Ukraine

Leads a country that persecutes gays

Said his country had the best prostitutes

Supposedly follows Orthodox values

Is now making sexist comments? Go figure!
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« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2017, 06:31:01 am »

Considering women need bleed pay, I guess he's right.

Again.. Raphjd sparked a new awareness in my brain.
It never occurred to me that women are getting compensated for days off resulting from their periods. 

How many small companies could survive having members of their staff taking time every month to deal with their vaginas? 
My dad's 2nd wife had PMS that lasted for weeks per month! 
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« Reply #4 on: June 13, 2017, 08:06:00 am »

I think that many men should not occupy positions of leadership because of their far-greater tendency toward violence in conflict resolution.  We could start with Putin.

Honestly, what a poll question.  Gays who promote "period shaming," and oppose equal rights and opportunities for women?  You are living fossils.

I suppose you've held these long-antiquated views for decades, what a pity, you must be growing so embittered in your dotage.  Nurse, someone's colostomy bag needs changing.
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« Reply #5 on: June 13, 2017, 08:29:47 am »

I think that many men should not occupy positions of leadership because of their far-greater tendency toward violence in conflict resolution.  We could start with Putin.

Honestly, what a poll question.  Gays who promote "period shaming," and oppose equal rights and opportunities for women?  You are living fossils.

I suppose you've held these long-antiquated views for decades, what a pity, you must be growing so embittered in your dotage.  Nurse, someone's colostomy bag needs changing.

Actually.. Putin has shown great restraint.   In regards to the Crimea.. the Crimea is an island off the coast of the Ukraine that was in a severe crisis bordering on civil war.  Nobody within the Ukraine was able to contain it from getting out of control.  Putin did.. and stopped.
The Crimea is but 1 of 30 regions that make up the Ukraine.  By the way, the last time we heard of the Ukraine it was when a guy POISONED HIMSELF and blamed it on Russia, to generate support and sympathy for an election - which he won.  It wasn't until AFTER he won and recovered that it was determined that he poisoned himself.   If someone dares to refute that, I can take the time to dig it up. 
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« Reply #6 on: June 13, 2017, 09:51:34 am »

No one is likely to refute your poisoning cloak-and-dagger tale, Frederick, because it's completely off-topic.

But you would like us to see Putin as a man of restraint, and refute the notion of Putin using his seat of power to foster violence.  So, why not speak to his provision of advanced military weapons, delivered to covert Russian advisers embedded with Ukrainian separatists?   Rebels who had been so incited to inflict harm that, well, they got a bit carried away and used that surface-to-air missile system to shoot down a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine two years ago, killing all 298 on board?

Oops.  And a weapon that was photographed being smuggled both in and out of Russia.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/29/world/asia/malaysia-air-flight-mh17-russia-ukraine-missile.html?_r=0



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« Reply #7 on: June 13, 2017, 10:01:17 am »

Considering women need bleed pay, I guess he's right.

Again.. Raphjd sparked a new awareness in my brain.
It never occurred to me that women are getting compensated for days off resulting from their periods. 

How many small companies could survive having members of their staff taking time every month to deal with their vaginas? 
My dad's 2nd wife had PMS that lasted for weeks per month! 

Most places that have it, consider it paid sick days extra to what men get.

Japan has had bleed pay since 1947.
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« Reply #8 on: June 13, 2017, 10:52:07 am »

No one is likely to refute your poisoning cloak-and-dagger tale, Frederick, because it's completely off-topic.

But you would like us to see Putin as a man of restraint, and refute the notion of Putin using his seat of power to foster violence.  So, why not speak to his provision of advanced military weapons, delivered to covert Russian advisers embedded with Ukrainian separatists?   Rebels who had been so incited to inflict harm that, well, they got a bit carried away and used that surface-to-air missile system to shoot down a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine two years ago, killing all 298 on board?

Oops.  And a weapon that was photographed being smuggled both in and out of Russia.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/29/world/asia/malaysia-air-flight-mh17-russia-ukraine-missile.html?_r=0





Oh, let's not leave the "Putin restraint" notion quite so soon.  The article below is one of many which provides a video frame of the truck carrying the Russian anti-aircraft missile:

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/russian-missile-smuggled-ukraine-malaysia-jet-shot-tapes-article-1.1872722

Please illustrate how this action, surely set in motion by Putin, promoted dialogue and minimized the escalation of hostilities.
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« Reply #9 on: June 13, 2017, 11:24:57 am »

I think that many men should not occupy positions of leadership because of their far-greater tendency toward violence in conflict resolution.  We could start with Putin.

Honestly, what a poll question.  Gays who promote "period shaming," and oppose equal rights and opportunities for women?  You are living fossils.

I suppose you've held these long-antiquated views for decades, what a pity, you must be growing so embittered in your dotage.  Nurse, someone's colostomy bag needs changing.

How is bleed pay "equality"?    It's extra paid days off because someone has a vagina. 

How is it period shaming?   

Bleed pay is anti-equality, which is why feminists love it.   
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« Reply #10 on: June 13, 2017, 11:50:36 am »

Considering women need bleed pay, I guess he's right.

Again.. Raphjd sparked a new awareness in my brain.
It never occurred to me that women are getting compensated for days off resulting from their periods. 

How many small companies could survive having members of their staff taking time every month to deal with their vaginas? 
My dad's 2nd wife had PMS that lasted for weeks per month! 

wait women get paid days off for their periods???

yet another reason women are more suited for house care
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« Reply #11 on: June 13, 2017, 12:14:09 pm »

No one is likely to refute your poisoning cloak-and-dagger tale, Frederick, because it's completely off-topic.

But you would like us to see Putin as a man of restraint, and refute the notion of Putin using his seat of power to foster violence.  So, why not speak to his provision of advanced military weapons, delivered to covert Russian advisers embedded with Ukrainian separatists?   Rebels who had been so incited to inflict harm that, well, they got a bit carried away and used that surface-to-air missile system to shoot down a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine two years ago, killing all 298 on board?

Oops.  And a weapon that was photographed being smuggled both in and out of Russia.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/29/world/asia/malaysia-air-flight-mh17-russia-ukraine-missile.html?_r=0





Oh, let's not leave the "Putin restraint" notion quite so soon.  The article below is one of many which provides a video frame of the truck carrying the Russian anti-aircraft missile:

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/russian-missile-smuggled-ukraine-malaysia-jet-shot-tapes-article-1.1872722

Please illustrate how this action, surely set in motion by Putin, promoted dialogue and minimized the escalation of hostilities.


So, the silence speaks volumes on "Putin restraint," and we are left with his legacy, caught red-handed supplying Ukrainian separatists with heavy weaponry that not only ignited a larger-scale conflict between the two sides, but cost hundreds of innocent lives from the Malaysian flight, as well as from the international peace-keeping force.  As for this sad little group with "bleed" issues, it's simply woman-hatred, and I can only hope your mothers, sisters, etc. never became aware of your ugly, ugly misogyny.
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« Reply #12 on: June 13, 2017, 01:04:32 pm »

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As for this sad little group with "bleed" issues, it's simply woman-hatred, and I can only hope your mothers, sisters, etc. never became aware of your ugly, ugly misogyny. 

You need to explain how it's "woman-hatred" to complain about bleed pay.   

Clearly, you view any comment that disagrees with special rights for women as misogyny.   That makes you a good little feminist cuck. 

If you support bleed pay, then you HATE gender equality.   
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