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Sat, 20 Oct 2012 17:18:00 GMT
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Open Question: Why are men more successful than women?

Everyone knows that almost all inventors and highly successful people are men. Even if they earn most college degrees, they aren’t really doing much with it. Why are most women low-functioning beings?
It can’t be social conditioning; throughout the ENTIRE world for MILLIONS of years women have been this way. Even men who are in the culinary or fashion industry get discriminated against, but they are still the top chefs and fashion designers in the world.
It can’t be testosterone; it is a proven fact that black people have the most testosterone, but they haven’t achieved much either.
The only thing I can think of is that women are physically weak and easily oppressed, since most arguments end in violence, but that shouldn’t be what holds you back from doing great things.
Yet there are a few very successful women and I wonder why there aren’t more of them. What is the true reason why women are never the best at what they do, most of the time?
That’s just you. I’m sure that are many other women out there who enjoy competition and don’t like being a loser. But if that IS true, what is the true biological explanation for that? Is it that women have an innate sense of inferiority? Why?
I agree with that. Every time I see a female arguing online, she always insults the other person, never provides evidence, or relies on emotional claims. Even the “smart” girls do this. There must be a reason for this. Are women just born to be more irrational? Are there any real studies on the female brain about this? What about Marie Curie or Ada Lovelace?
I didn’t mean my arguments end in violence, most do. For example, say it was the year 1900 and there was a woman working for a man, and she wanted to get paid more. She could reason with the guy, but it wouldn’t matter because he is stronger than her. He could just knock her out if she behaves inappropriately. It’s sad, but it’s true.

Sat, 17 Nov 2012 23:40:32 GMT
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Sat, 17 Nov 2012 23:33:05 GMT
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Friends Share Vegetarian Adventure in New Children’s Book by Brooklyn Brown

A friend’s tofu burger haunts a youngster’s dreams and leads him to try this untraditional food in this new book released by Dog Ear Publishing.

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International Culinary Center and Gallup to Partner on $3 Million Initiative to Identify and Empower Culinary Students …
Chefs and Restaurants Succeed or Fail on Cooking…and Entrepreneurial Talent. New effort will increase the productivity and success of chefs and restaurateurs in the United StatesNew York, NY and Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) November 14, 2012 One of the world’s premier training programs for chefs has teamed up with the world’s leading expert in selection science, behavioral economics, and human …
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