February 25, 2014
"Do As We Say, Not As We Do"
Women, like so many other groups, seem not to be dedicated to fulfilling the prevailing fetish among the intelligentsia that every demographic group should be equally represented in all sorts of places.
Women have their own agendas, and if these agendas do not usually include computer engineering, what is to be done? Draft women into engineering schools to satisfy the preconceptions of our self-anointed saviors? Or will a propaganda campaign be sufficient to satisfy those who think that they should be making other people's choices for them?
That kind of thinking is how we got ObamaCare.
Funny how the remedy to a perceived lack of "fairness" always seems to involve someone else deciding what you should value and how you should spend your money or time.
Posted by Cassandra at February 25, 2014 07:36 AM
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I think that it's important that everyone gets the opportunity to take what they deem they deserve from those they deem less deserving than themselves. Not only is this "fair," it also helps keep the population under control.
Posted by: spd rdr at February 25, 2014 11:13 AM
You beat me to this one.
You have mail. I have a question.
Posted by: DL Sly at February 25, 2014 01:08 PM
Some years ago, I read a story about an association of women -- in New York -- who had earned law degrees, passed their bar exams, started out in their profession -- and found they didn't like it because parts of it are so competitive and agressive.
The purpose of the association was, as I recall, to help these women find something else to do.
Posted by: Jim Miller at February 25, 2014 06:14 PM
Hell's Bells, why not draft them into digging ditches as well?
Posted by: CAPT Mike at February 25, 2014 09:42 PM
We just have to reform computer engineering so that it's more appealing to womyn. It's only fair, and it will improve the world, too.
Posted by: Texan99 at March 1, 2014 12:12 PM