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To: TroutStalker
I am going to add to the discussion here TS. I would also add that liberals try so hard to cultuvate the notion that women don't need men and by the time they are 30-something they find it very hard to find any men. But as I have always said, guys should be cautious of women in their late 30 who have not married because there is usually a reason why this is so; such as they are unstable psychos, too selfish, a wacko ultra-lib, etc..
3 posted on 01/03/2003 8:00:13 AM PST by KC_Conspirator
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To: KC_Conspirator
Or they have been too long on the cycle:

And traditional courtship -- stages of increasing, public, romantic seriousness, culminating in marriage -- has been substantially replaced by a cyclical "relationships" system.

6 posted on 01/03/2003 8:07:37 AM PST by TroutStalker
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To: KC_Conspirator
>>. But as I have always said, guys should be cautious of women in their late 30 who have not married because there is usually a reason why this is so<<

I did a lot of fishing in this pond from age 43-46.

Truer words were never spoken.

71 posted on 01/03/2003 11:03:45 AM PST by Jim Noble
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To: KC_Conspirator
guys should be cautious of women in their late 30 who have not married because there is usually a reason why this is so; such as they are unstable psychos, too selfish, a wacko ultra-lib, etc..

To extend the analogy of the book review, she's like a house too long on the market? Actually I don't think this is fair. Such women may not be psychos, etc., but only victims of feminist propaganda who realize too late that they really do want marriage and family.

Sadly, one's late 30s are not a good time to start the process.

Conservative women should take their cue from Margaret Thatcher: marriage and family first, career later.

208 posted on 01/06/2003 6:28:47 AM PST by shhrubbery!
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