"It was lucky that all the men had died before I began growing up," she says, "so I could grow up in a matriarchy and know that it was perfectly fine for women to run everything and have men be the decoration.
Well, sister, you are not much more than a decoration pursuing an eternal pretentious hobby.
posted on 04/21/2002 5:49:18 PM PDT
Sheeeeeesh! An archeolgist should know how disastrous most matriarchal societies have been.
An archeologist who goes looking for evidence to prove themselves and their pet theories correct will only find what they seek and leave a plethora of history undiscovered.
posted on 04/21/2002 6:12:00 PM PDT
""It was lucky that all the men had died before I began growing up," she says, "so I could grow up in a matriarchy and know that it was perfectly fine for women to run everything and have men be the decoration. So that helped me form my personality and therefore have success
[ea]. Because I never had any sense that I had to be meek and mild and put myself behind someone else."
Success? Doesn't this 55-yr. old, childless feminist realize the irony of studying an extinct civilization? This dimwit's genes are as extinct as the people she studies. At least the 'worthless-dead-men' of her family moved the family along.
Imo she's a narcissistic waste of the Roosevelt family's resources. There's always some useless, selfish women at the end of a family's line. Hopefully, she has a few married brothers.
posted on 04/21/2002 6:40:28 PM PDT
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