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Chet

Cyburbian Emeritus
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[yay]
Kudos, little mama
[/yay]

edit: The little mama comment was meant to be tougue in cheek, like the angry white man supressing the wife, not serious, lighten up folks.
 

SkeLeton

Cyburbian
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Wow.. I hope she does well as a Chief (not saying she won't because she's a woman...), and will fight fierously crime. :)
A good way to show that women also have the same opportunities! :-}
 

Habanero

Cyburbian
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Chet said:
[yay]
Kudos, little mama
[/yay]

edit: The little mama comment was meant to be tougue in cheek, like the angry white man supressing the wife, not serious, lighten up folks.

I am so utterly offended by that statement, how dare you think we wouldn't understand that was tounge in cheek!! :p
 

el Guapo

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Why do "stern women" in traditionally male jobs ALWAYS have THAT haircut? I call it the Navratilova.
 

Zoning Goddess

Cyburbian
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el Guapo said:
Why do "stern women" in traditionally male jobs ALWAYS have THAT haircut? I call it the Navratilova.

I don't think Cyburbia has any "stern" women who can answer that one!
 

Dan

Dear Leader
Staff member
Moderator
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el Guapo said:
Why do "stern women" in traditionally male jobs ALWAYS have THAT haircut?

Why do baseball players all have goatees?

I worked under a stern, humorless female planning director once, and she didn't have the "Navratilova."
 
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