You have a good point-
shay topping wrote: you sent me this last email, in reply to mine- but the two don't go together well. did you mean to send the religious conversation to me? >From: David Still
>Que? > > > >shay topping wrote: >hmm...was this supposed to go to me?? > > > >From: David Still
> >Organized religion is one of the props of decaying capitalism, diverting > >discontent away from the real cause of oppression and poverty—the > >capitalist system of private property—with the promise of a better life > >after death. > > > >Hand in hand with the capitalists and landlords, the churches of many > >persuasions serve to enforce Capitalist morality, to maintain the > >subjugation of women in the family, to relegate them to the home and > >exclude them from participation in political and social life. > > > >“Religion is the opium of the people, religion is the sigh of the soul in >a > >world without spirit,“ Karl Marx, (who really did exist, and wrote down > >what he had to say, unlike the Master of The Universe, who couldn't be > >bothered writing down his important message to mankind (because he didn't > >exist) > > > >While Marxists oppose all forms of religious obscurantism—whether > >Christian, Muslim, Jewish or any other—we know that superstition will > >persist until a new socialist society is created in which people will no > >longer feel a need for fantasies of divine retribution, an afterlife, and > >childish explanations of how the Universe came to be. > >http://www.jesusneverexisted.com for political views see > >http://www.icl-fi.org > >shay topping wrote: > >and we all know that MOST men in the world would have the sense to say > >THOSE > >things, right? > > > >please. :-| > > > >and i'm not saying i'm blaming the guys, because women's responses are so > >out there half the time- how would a man know how to talk?! > > > >as far as 'wrappers' and how you love our minds and bodies- if a wrapper >is > >only a wrapper, then why do you seem to love your burgers half-wrapped, > >when > >you know nothing of our minds and a glimpse of our bodies, as a first >time > >customer? > > > > > >have a good weekend yourself, david, and my name is really shay topping. >no > >laughing. > > > >well, a little laughing is ok, but no whipped cream jokes. i don't know >you > >well enough ;-) > > > > >From: David Still
> > >To: "Shay (Sherry) Cozart?"
> > >Subject: You have a good point-"Burger Wrappers" > > >Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2006 08:19:19 -0700 (PDT) > > > > > >It has been about 2 years since I unwrapped or ate a burger, (the > > >beef-patty kind, silly!). I don't know about "self-preservation". >There > > >are tactful ways of saying things in response to "do you like what I am > > >wearing", such as "I think what you wore last time looked even nicer"; > > >"the one I really like is __________ (fill in the blank)". Women just > > >don't get that clothing is just a "wrapper". We are interested in what > >is > > >in your heads, and of course, your delicious little (or zaftig!) >bodies. > > >Forgive the anonymous address. There's a little beast who is always > >after > > >my email address. If she had good motives, I wouldn't mind her getting > >it! > > > hahaha. Have a great weekend, Ms. ShayTopping.