Intelligence is useless when not applied for some value other then "game playing" to get a response. He clearly stated that he has great appreciation for women, and is actually speaking out in their defence, but that was clearly lost on you.
His problem is with what feminists have become these days, and he is spot on.
My mom went to Woodstock and even wears that very particular kind of homemade, chunky jewelry that is a guaranteed sign of Jewy, liberal goodness. I asked my mom this question a few weeks ago and as it turns out Wesleyan in the ‘70s wasn’t as crazy gay as it is now and her parents treated her black boyfriend pretty much the same way she’s treated my girlfriends.
#24 - MATT HAZELTINE - CENTER/LINEBACKER (1951-1954)The legend has it that Matt Hazeltine first gained notice when he subbed for the starting center who had broken his shoulder pads during a practice drill in November 1951.
If true, that was an expensive equipment malfunction, because Hazeltine never gave the job back.
Dating is always hard, but if you're Jewish, you have even more to kvetch about.
Since your first days at Hebrew School, some of your staunch old family members have insisted that you stay within the religion when it comes to your love life.
Matt Hazeltine's story ended tragically - he contracted anyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in his forties, and died on January 13, 1987 at the age of 53.
Following his untimely death, he was promptly inducted into both the College Football Hall of Fame and the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame. Those pretty average, parochial-rooted white people stopped wearing bell bottoms, cut their hair and now they’re just the same as they always were: middle class, white people, living in a relatively heterogeneous environment with unsurprisingly narrow definitions of acceptable behavior. In reality, Woodstock was a really big group of mainly middle class, white people doing a lot of drugs, trying to fit in and get laid. In theory, Woodstock was all about a massive group of people celebrating in peace, accepting and loving each other for who they were. But as it turns out, the reality of who they have become is actually a lot like the movement itself. Besides, you don’t want to jeopardize your Chanukah gifts. And what are you doing when you light those little candles? Your parents are literally celebrating the idea of acceptance and tolerance every night of Chanukah. Me: I don’t want anyone to be a different person, I just want my parents to be more accepting. Your parents are wonderful in many ways but you want them to change, to be something different. That’s like me saying to you, ‘Well we both want each other to change. An adorable, moderate puppy-humper of opposite sexed animals is your golden ticket to acceptance. Securing the lead solo over your bratty cousin on the family Chanukah, Oh Chanukah sing-along. The baby boomers’ babies are actually a lot like the boomers themselves.