--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "bluecabbagerose" 
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, off_world_beings <no_reply@> 
> wrote:
> >
> > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "bluecabbagerose" 
> > <bluecabbagerose@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Okay, I know this is totally off-topic, but I really want to 
> > understand 
> > > this:
> > > 
> > > Why do men spit?
> > > 
> > > I am sitting here in my office in beautiful little Fairfield. 
> > take my 
> > > eyes off my monitor, look out the window, and see a sidha/gov. 
> > fellow 
> > > exit the sthapatya veda building next door, turn his head and 
> spit.
> > > 
> > > I see this a lot. This guy obviously does not have a wad of 
> > chewing 
> > > tobacco in his mouth. He just spits. I never see women spit.
> > > 
> > > So why do men spit?
> > > 
> > > Any of you guys care to offer some insight into this seemingly 
> > gender-
> > > specific behavior?>>>
> > 
> > Also, if you are a carpenter, plumber, farmer, road builder, 
> > driver, or any of the trades that are making houses for the now 
> vast 
> > middle class women and wealthy women of the world, you are 
> > always having something unpalatable in your mouth as you work, 
> > get in habit of spitting it out. Plus it is hot, sticky, hard 
> > or cold, harsh and hard work. So men spit. Also, the work we do 
> > women sucks, so we are often disgusted with the world we serve 
> > women and so just spit from time to time out of expression of it 
> > all. Think of all the men that do all these jobs. There are more 
> > them on the roads than most other things. They are the backbone 
> > the women's world we live in. They are the salt of the earth. 
> > hold up your world. And women do not know how hard some that 
> > really is on the body. So let them spit.
> > (used to be a builder --- don't spit as much now as I used to 
> > 
> > OffWorld
> >
> My grandfather, father, and countless uncles were the salt of the 
> earth. Farmers, truck drivers, laborers, factory workers. I have a 
> GREAT deal of love and respect for them. Growing up, I was no 
> stranger to back-breaking manual labor on the farm and, for 
> in a factory. It gave me a very strong work ethic. Then I learned 
> Then I became the first woman in my family (mother's and father's 
> sides of the family included) to go to college. My parents 
> of whom graduated from high school) were against it. I persevered. 
> now I sit in an air conditioned office and work at a job I 
> love. A few years ago I stripped, sanded and refinished my 
> floors. By myself. I still think of myself as blue collar "salt of 
> the earth". 
> Re: your comment about my giving birth: no children this lifetime.

What? ...not my comment. Probably Turquiose B said it. He's always 
saying stuff like that

> Too bad you have such a sorry opinion of women. We're really not 
> a bad lot. :-)>>

Women are the pepper of the earth.


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