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Are Women The New Bulls?

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It seems to me that with a distinct lack of bulls around these parts with any shred of credability whatsoever and/or solid anti HPC argument, the majority of raging debates now appear to be Man versus Woman, and not Bear versus Bull. So my question is... are women the new bulls?

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Women are all cows...

I heard that the 30 Child Support Advisors (where would we be without such selfless people ) appointed at 70 grand a whack were all women.

I heard most of the over-paid nonsense Public Service Social Affairs jobs all went to women.

Apart from the male bulls in the private sector these must be the only people who can afford the house prices at

the moment.

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The most overpaid group of people in Britain today are footballers.

the diference being that the support for footballers wages is entirely voluntary.

anything i contribute to their wages via TV money i pay gladly for the entertainment they provide me.,

i DO NOT want to pay for 70 grand a year socialist harpies whose only agenda is the one that all men are rapists and worse.

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the diference being that the support for footballers wages is entirely voluntary.

Oh really? I think you'll find that the average soccer fan would NOT volunteer to stump up inflated gate prices (see recent press) so footballer "X" and co. can buy multiple Ferrari's and lead a profligate lifestyle. I am not a football fan but I know quite a few who are fed up to the back teeth of being ripped off by football clubs. If you really mean "market forces" then I suppose you could just about get away with that, but "voluntary"...I don't think so.

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Oh really? I think you'll find that the average soccer fan would NOT volunteer to stump up inflated gate prices (see recent press) so footballer "X" and co. can buy multiple Ferrari's and lead a profligate lifestyle. I am not a football fan but I know quite a few who are fed up to the back teeth of being ripped off by football clubs. If you really mean "market forces" then I suppose you could just about get away with that, but "voluntary"...I don't think so.

VP

Of course it's voluntary. Your friends may be "fed up to the back teeth" but they still hand over the money every week/month/whatever. They decide that paying £x is preferable to not seeing the match, making a voluntary decision.

Morally most would agree that footballers earn too much, but economically what they earn is entirely justified.

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