deacon wrote: > [snip] > > Of the female jobs, how many of them require constant heavy > exertion? None of them. (Nursing requires turning a body once in a > while, but not constantly.) Clearly you've never worked in a nursing environment, and "female jobs"? Many male nurses would take dispute with your sweeping generalisation of their career path. > Of the female jobs, how many leave you clean enough to go to a > restaurant with tablecloths after work? All of them. Funny, my job does the same. Am I a woman? > Of the female jobs, how many are as physically dangerous as working > on scaffolding, or having drunk drivers aiming vehicles at you, or > operating sharp tools rotating at high speeds, or scooping snow off icy > sidewalks? None of them. What the hell are these "female jobs" you're alluding to? I will wager there are few jobs left that are solely the preserve of women to hold them, and of those there will still be some that could conceivably present a danger to life in the right (or wrong, I suppose) circumstances. > Of the female jobs, how many typically require you to be away from > home overnight? None of them. Fucking hell mate, you need a slap but hard. Or do nurses, who you seem to characterise as a 'women-only' career, not work night shifts where you are? My mother has worked as a mental health nurse for the last 30-odd years, and night shift for around 25 of those. Explain that, chauvinist-boy. -- _ __/| William Anderson | "There's something about records which is \`O_o' neuro at well dot com | really satisfying." =(_ _)= http://neuro.me.uk/ | -- John Peel (1939 - 2004) U - Thhbt! GPG 0xFA5F1100 | -- This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify the sender. Any offers or quotation of service are subject to formal specification. Errors and omissions excepted. Please note that any views or opinions presented in this email are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Lumison, nplusone or lightershade ltd. Finally, the recipient should check this email and any attachments for the presence of viruses. Lumison, nplusone and lightershade ltd accepts no liability for any damage caused by any virus transmitted by this email. -- -- Virus scanned by Lumison.