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>> >> A Report From the 2000 World Women's Liberation
>> >> Conference:
>> >> The first speaker, a lady from England stood
>> >> up and said, "During last years' conference we
>> >> spoke about being more assertive with our
>> >> husbands. Well, after the conference I went home
>> >> and told my husband, Barrington, that I would
>> >> no longer cook for him and that he would have
>> >> to do it himself! After the first day, I saw
>> >> nothing. After the second day, I saw nothing.
>> >> But on the third day, I saw that he had cooked
>> >> a wonderful roast lamb." The crowd cheered.
>> >> The second speaker, a lady from Russia stood up
>> >> and said, "After last years' conference I went
>> >> home and told my husband, Ivan, that I would no
>> >> longer do his laundry and that he would have to
>> >> do it himself. After the first day, I saw nothing.
>> >> After the second day,I saw nothing. But on the
>> >> third day, I saw that he had done not only his
>> >> own washing, but my washing as well." The crowd
>> >> again cheered.
>> >> The third speaker, a Cajun lady from Thibodeaux,
>> >> Louisiana, stood up and said, "Afta last years'
>> >> conference, I went rat home and tole dat lazy
>> >> Coonass husband'a mine, Boudreaux, dat I wadn't
>> >> gonna do no mo'a his cookin', cleanin' or shoppin'
>> >> and dat he wuz gonna have to do it all fer hissef."
>> >> The crowd got to their feet and roared approval.
>> >> When it became quiet, she continued, "And I
>> >> tole'em I wadn't gonna be doin' no mo cleanin'
>> >> 'em nasty crawfeesh, giggin' no mo boolfrogs and
>> >> water dawgs, skinnin' none'a dem musrats and
>> >> nutrias or check'n no mo catfeesh trotlines."
>> >> The crowd went wild - the cheering and clapping
>> >> lasted for at least five minutes. When it again
>> >> became calm, she continued, "Afta the fust day,
>> >> I didn't saw nuttin'. Afta the second day, I
>> >> didn't saw nuttin' too. But afta the tird day,
>> >> I could saw a little bit outta my left eye."
John and Meshack
http://www.bypass.com/~ayers (Vermont Equestrian Activities)
Secretary/Treasurer Vermont Arabian Horse Association
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