[Homestead] Education---Catch 'em early

Lynda lurine at softcom.net
Mon Sep 20 02:48:37 EDT 2004

Well, while I'm at it, I'll wave my magic wand and do away with the "girly"
men who think they can prove they are men by impregnating women and then
skipping town.  I'll wave my magic wand and make the men PAY alimony and
child support in an amount that will make the woman able to stay home with
the kids.  With that nifty ol' magic wand I will promote the Australian
method of helping moms stay home with their kids.

As to your question, Ray, will you please answer and let all know, exactly
how many children were killed on 9/11?  How many children were killed as a
direct result of the domino effect of 1953?  How many children were killed
by the U.S. governments with such things as forced test vaccination

And, last but not least, Ray, will you tell those mothers that their
children don't count and that you'd gladly sacrifice them at the alter of
greed, oil and revenge because they have reached a certain age?

In the meantime, Ray, when will you stop being a domestic violence

----- Original Message -----
From: <RayZentz at aol.com>
To: <homestead at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Sunday, September 19, 2004 4:47 PM
Subject: Re: [Homestead] Education---Catch 'em early

> In a message dated 9/17/2004 10:53:10 PM Central Standard Time,
> lurine at softcom.net writes:
> Mothers need to be home with their children, not having to work so that
> can put a meal on the table OR choosing to work instead of being  home.
> do NOT need more Staples mothers!
> THIS I agree with.   Wave your magic wand, so more mothers can  stay home.
> Change society, so that people live within their means, instead  of
> themselves to death.  Eliminate divorce, so there are no  more single
> What?   No wand?
> Oh, I thought you were going to be productive...
> Ray
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