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These binders full of women are a fine product. Really -- there aren't enough binders to hold all the good little women out there.
My issue is this: Why have the binders full of men been discontinued? I mean, there are occasions when one needs a token man in the office, or around the house, and it would be nice to be able to open a binder and point at one and say, "Which of you boys would like to work for me?" or "Can any of you cook?" and "I hope you've been keeping yourself in shape" and "You aren't going to ask for something silly, like pay equal to the salaries of our hard-working women, are you?"
Bring back the binders full of men! Men have been kept in subordinate roles long enough. They need to have an equal say in society, and they need to receive equal pay. We need to put token men in the White House and the Supreme Court, and we need to hire a few as CEOs. Who says they aren't as smart as women (although, duh, it sort of goes without saying, doesn't it)? Who says they can't handle the workload, or that they can't juggle work and housework at the same time? Who says men can't make decisions or can't take the pressure of high-level negotiation? It's only a matter of time when we'll be needing a few men to take on some of those challenges. (I'm sure no one really thinks they can manage, though.)
Come on, women! Seek out the binders full of men and give one of the boys a chance.
I'm a Socialist and I think this is the best of any basic health care manual I've ever seen--particularly when you are far from medical help and are forced, as a layman, to perform medical aid yourself. It sits prominently on my shelf, at the ready, should natural disaster or otherwise require me to diagnose or conduct a basic medical procedure. I've traveled through remote third-world countries most of my life and would say a book of this sort in each little village where there is usually zero medical expertise would be invaluable--which is exactly why most world health organizations (the real experts) require, or at least recommend, that their workers carry it.
Now, on the other hand, my daughter is a Capitalist---and she loves the book too. In fact she is a Master-degreed public health nurse with almost twenty years experience. It sits on her shelf, too,and she couldn't be a bigger proponet. We both realize, of course, that if you need medical care and are near a hospital or have easy access to a doctor (and can afford one) the book should remain on the shelf, and you should instead avail yourself of their services. But, as you can tell from the cover, the book was not written for those situations--it was written for remote and third-world locations where medical help is not available. Duh!!
Incidently, I have a friend that is neither Socialist or Capitalist--and he loves the book too! I guess ones economic model preference has nothing to do with the merits of the book--(even though, as a socialist,I do know for certain that in most countries of the world--including this one--the majority of the wealth and land ownership is in the hands of a few!)
DH Koester--"And There I Was" And There I Was Volume VII: A Backpacking Adventure In Guatemala
I sold the Wii and wanted to get the PS3. I was very happy about this buy due to the fact we could keep the netflix going and use the blue-ray feature all from one device.
When the package arrived, I was surprised how it was bundled. The outer shell and the the regular box. The console itself was bigger than I thought. The picture and information didn't specify if it was the fat or slim version, I was a little disappointed when it was fat. The opening threw me off as well, you have to slide the door open from the right to the left on the top of the device. But I didn't care, I was still excited. I completed connected everything and then was surprised that all 4 games were in sleeves not game cases. My kids love going to game stop to trade game and was not sure how this was going to work.
With these items being small, I didn't care. I got a new system for my kids and it didn't cost over $200 for Christmas! Bonus is the blue-ray and online play without a monthly subscription.