Re: Numbers


Subject: Re: Numbers
From: miriam clinton (iriXx) (iriXx@iriXx.org)
Date: Wed Jan 12 2005 - 22:32:49 EST


Hmm, have you gone back to the 70s too... what was that that Jim Griffin
was saying about you and Woodstock?.... (on another list, sorry folkz)....

mC~

K. Weston wrote:

> i think men and women should cum together too yes
> the more love the better :-)
>
> and after sex perhaps start a revolution!!!!!
>
> WHOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
> __
>
> kwis
>
> ))
> ((
> c[_] scuse the epenthesis
> *****************************
> On 13 Jan 2005, at 00:24, Eldad Tsabary wrote:
>
> K. Weston wrote:
> "men and women should come together (to defeat the empires that control
> all of our so called democracies)
>
>
> Do you mean....?
>
> Hehe, silly me :)
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-cec-conference@concordia.ca
> [mailto:owner-cec-conference@concordia.ca] On Behalf Of K. Weston
> Sent: January 12, 2005 10:28 AM
> To: cec-conference@concordia.ca
> Subject: Re: Numbers
>
> From: kris.weston@gmail.com
> Subject: Re: Numbers (was:Re: Osborne response -
> Cyberfeminism)
> Date: 12 January 2005 12:34:30 GMT
> To: cec-conference@concordia.ca
>
> so what red state do you live in?
> come on Liz there are plenty of men under the thumb
> especially the ones who think they are in control...
> my girlfriend is a feminist and i like to spank her extra hard for
> that... :-)
> or should that be post-modern feminist ? (if such a thing exists)
> feminism promotes separation of humans and there seems to be no male
> equivalent
> apart from that which permeates society in general
> but usually only by people who are thick as two short planks
>
> feminism should be dropped and humanism should be taken up
> why dont we try and be human rather than separate and point the finger
> of blame?
> in our culture of blame and lawsuits this is exactly the opposite of
> what we need
> and its sad when people like my girlfriend dont see it...
> although im working on her....
> (shes going to join the swedish feminist party)
>
> the MUCH greater problem in this world is that of state capitalism..
> without an end to that and its atrocities worldwide what is the point
> of feminism ?
> it is like standing by watching a massacre of 20,000 innocent people in
> order for 2 to become wealthy
> and then complaining afterwards about a dog that pissed on your lawn
> whilst it was happening...
>
> men and women should come together to defeat the empires that control
> all of our so called democracies
> then perhaps we can live a peaceful life in solidarity, but not while
> daily atrocities continue...
> it seems a little farcical...
>
> im not saying female oppression doesn't happen or that its not bad
> im saying there are much greater cases of oppression in this world
> such as - the occupation of Palestine and the unending greed and
> selfishness which dominates capitalism...
>
> happy new year to all humans! and aliens!
>
> hmm actually mebbe i got this wrong...
> mebbe men aren't evolved enough to fight state capitalism
> mebbe its up to the women to save us..
> mebbe i need to become a feminist...
>
> ahhhh well ... i'll figure it out soon...
>
> oh by the way my girlfriend is bitter as hell about men
> my mum is even worse....
> i think its about 20 years or something since my dad and her split up
> and she stills go on about how all men are crap etc.etc...
> this is just as bad as chauvinism...
>
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> kwis
>
> ))
> ((
> c[_] scuse the epenthesis
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> On 11 Jan 2005, at 17:41, Elizabeth Hinkle wrote:
>
>> women started off, as suffragettes, wanting equality... now they've
>
> toppled the scales, and its an ugly sight... its a sad sight to see a
> man subdued into a woman's slave...
>
> Wow! Where has THAT happened? I must be living in an alternate
> universe! (ok...I DO, sadly, live in a 'red state', so maybe
> that is why I haven't seen this)
>
> Inquiringly,
>
> Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner
>
> Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner
> Student Computing Services Manager
> UNT Computing Center
> ISB 129 940-565-4808 ehinkle@unt.edu
>
>
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>
> kwis
>
> ))
> ((
> c[_] scuse the epenthesis
> *****************************
> On 12 Jan 2005, at 11:47, miriam clinton (iriXx) wrote:
>
> Robert Dow wrote:
>
>>> You may be interested to know that for the first time in our
>>
> history
>
>>> here at SFU, women students are in a slight majority in my
>>> electroacoustic
>>> music class. I don't know if our concert last fall that featured all
>>> women
>>> composers had an effect on that or not, but it will be interesting to
>>
>
>>> see
>>> how the class develops.
>>>
>>
>> We have always had more women than men taking electroacoustic
>> composition,
>> and it is around 50:50 for Music Technology options (although the
>
> Music
>
>> Technology -degree- attracts more men usually).
>>
>> Robert
>>
>>
>>
> Are any of these numbers due to quotas? i.e. a certain quota for intake
> of women vs. men ?....
>
> mC~
>

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