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Tone Weaver
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That's Right!

Postby Tone Weaver » Tue Nov 21, 2017 5:43 pm

It's way past time to thank and appreciate women everywhere for all they've done, and for all they mean to the weaker, dumber sex. That's right. The women are smarter.

Americans need to appreciate these women more as well:


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Postby MontrealJared » Tue Nov 21, 2017 9:52 pm

I recognize Celine Dion, but who was the other one?
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Re: That's Right!

Postby lightchaser » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:57 am

I second that emotion. The degree to which a society is civilized is equal to the degree of respect and amount of power given to women. Likewise for standard of living and quality of life indices. Also you know, when women are happy everybody's happy :dance

Coins are ok but I hope to live long enough to see Liz's likeness on Mt Rushmore. Warren that is.

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Re: That's Right!

Postby Tone Weaver » Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:47 pm

MontrealJared wrote:I recognize Celine Dion, but who was the other one?


Could the other one be Sarah McLauglin, eh?

Of course Canadians are exempt from knowing these women from US history.

They are Sacagawea, Native American guide for the Lewis and Clark Expedition and women’s rights activist Susan B. Anthony


lightchaser wrote:I second that emotion. The degree to which a society is civilized is equal to the degree of respect and amount of power given to women. Likewise for standard of living and quality of life indices. Also you know, when women are happy everybody's happy :dance

Coins are ok but I hope to live long enough to see Liz's likeness on Mt Rushmore. Warren that is.


I'd settle for Liz on a twenty dollar bill. Equality was never an easy concept for the US, despite numerous laws and Constitutional amendments.

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Re: That's Right!

Postby dr bakes » Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:04 pm

What happened to Harriet Tubman being put on the twenty?
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Re: That's Right!

Postby patchthenation » Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:41 pm

dr bakes wrote:What happened to Harriet Tubman being put on the twenty?

Trump and Co.

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Re: That's Right!

Postby MontrealJared » Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:43 pm

Tone Weaver wrote:
MontrealJared wrote:I recognize Celine Dion, but who was the other one?


Could the other one be Sarah McLauglin, eh?

Of course Canadians are exempt from knowing these women from US history.

They are Sacagawea, Native American guide for the Lewis and Clark Expedition and women’s rights activist Susan B. Anthony



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I actually know about Susan B Anthony. Ironically she randomly came up in a conversation last week.
If I had to make an uninformed guess, I would have picked Hiawatha as the other one.
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Re: That's Right!

Postby MontrealJared » Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:15 pm

Actually I was really thinking Pocahontas
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