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03-04-2012 11:50 PM
Sublime
Re: For all the ladies this applies to

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Originally Posted by LinekinBayCD View Post
Seeing a woman wearing the T shirt would suggest to me some degree of insecurity, probably in reaction to some men who also have insecurities leading them todenegrate the abilities of a woman that are superior possible to their own. When you are secure in your abilities all that maters is that you know what you can and can not do. There is no need to broadcast it to the world when you believe it yourself. How's that for some armchair psychology?

Or, Freud, that one knuckle-dragger who has a problem taking orders from a chick might announce their presence upon reading the "offending" teeshirt by declaring their contempt (via verbally saying as much, attempted mutiny or throwing a hissy-fit) which would allow said chick to kick them off the boat prior to leaving the dock.

Winning!
02-26-2012 06:49 AM
LinekinBayCD
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Originally Posted by jameswilson29 View Post
You see insecurity, I see a nice rack!
Insecure or not I'd be ok with taking orders from that shirt.
02-25-2012 05:00 PM
jimmalkin I would add my personal dopey guy story to Fasters. Was standing at the fuel dock in Liberty Landing NJ, talking with the woman captain of the NY Waterway ferry operation. "Large" guy at the helm of a 45' or so ketch pulls parallel to the fuel dock about 15' away and tells the very petite woman midships to "throw it now." Dockline goes into the water. Guy uses the f word to the crew, goes around again still 15 feet away, tells her "throw the **ing line and get it **ing there." Line in the water again, exact same language. Comes in for a third shot and just before he issues his command about throwing the **ing line, the NY Waterway captain yells to him "maybe if you'd get the **ing boat alongside the dock, she could hand the **ing line to us." The fuel guy and I had to hide in the hut to keep from choking.
02-25-2012 07:48 AM
jameswilson29
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Originally Posted by LinekinBayCD View Post
Seeing a woman wearing the T shirt would suggest to me some degree of insecurity...
You see insecurity, I see a nice rack!
02-25-2012 07:26 AM
bljones I'm not secure in my armchair. Would a wadded up t-shirt under one of the legs help, or is it all psychological?
02-25-2012 06:46 AM
CarbonSink62 The one my wife would wear:

"I'm the Admiral. Get over it, Captain."
02-25-2012 06:18 AM
LinekinBayCD
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Originally Posted by Squidd View Post
If you were secure in yourself...you wouldn't have to ask...
I'm not secure in my armchair psychology abilities at all, that why I asked.
02-24-2012 07:13 PM
Squidd
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Originally Posted by LinekinBayCD View Post
How's that for some armchair psychology?
If you were secure in yourself...you wouldn't have to ask...
02-24-2012 06:36 PM
LinekinBayCD
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Originally Posted by Sublime View Post
Seeing a woman wearing the T shirt would suggest to me some degree of insecurity, probably in reaction to some men who also have insecurities leading them todenegrate the abilities of a woman that are superior possible to their own. When you are secure in your abilities all that maters is that you know what you can and can not do. There is no need to broadcast it to the world when you believe it yourself. How's that for some armchair psychology?
02-23-2012 09:07 AM
bljones
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Sublime--i was just stating my thoughts on the subject. at 89 3/4 i am not running for office and not looking for a connection. i have a slim,trim goodlooking 74 yr old girlfriend and that is all i need.
One advantage of being an octogenarian- you couldn't have dated her when you were 25.
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