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    They never change, doesn't matter how old you get your opinions will never be altered.
    Right or wrong you cant be swayed from the things you believe.
    Buggers aren't we?

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    Speak for yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdiddly View Post
    They never change, doesn't matter how old you get your opinions will never be altered.
    Right or wrong you cant be swayed from the things you believe.
    Buggers aren't we?
    Load of cobblers. Never speak for me, you don't even know my language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdiddly View Post
    They never change, doesn't matter how old you get your opinions will never be altered.
    Right or wrong you cant be swayed from the things you believe.
    Buggers aren't we?
    I disagree. My opinion on some people have changed a lot since i've observed. I think the people you are referring to that won't alter their opinions are close-minded people who won't open their minds enough to even consider thinking of something someone else's way. You might be one of them people as you still live in the stone age and think men should own and rule women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdiddly View Post
    They never change, doesn't matter how old you get your opinions will never be altered.
    Right or wrong you cant be swayed from the things you believe.
    Buggers aren't we?
    Just shows how immature and uneducated you really are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abs View Post
    I disagree. My opinion on some people have changed a lot since i've observed. I think the people you are referring to that won't alter their opinions are close-minded people who won't open their minds enough to even consider thinking of something someone else's way. You might be one of them people as you still live in the stone age and think men should own and rule women.
    I don't think like that really but I do think women should stay at home and look after their own babies rather than letting others look after them and paying them the minimum wage for doing something they should be doing and for something they produced.
    Am I old fashioned? Probably yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdiddly View Post
    I don't think like that really but I do think women should stay at home and look after their own babies rather than letting others look after them and paying them the minimum wage for doing something they should be doing and for something they produced.
    Am I old fashioned? Probably yes!
    Years ago, that was feasible. today many do not have that choice, unless you are rich most families both need to work sometimes just to make ends meet. I'm sure many woman would rather stay at home with their children than have someone else be raising them. I know I would. I was lucky even as a single parent to be able to do that. It took some sacrificing, but then again that's what being a mother is all about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abs View Post
    I disagree. My opinion on some people have changed a lot since i've observed. I think the people you are referring to that won't alter their opinions are close-minded people who won't open their minds enough to even consider thinking of something someone else's way. You might be one of them people as you still live in the stone age and think men should own and rule women.
    Who else writes you poems?
    No-one but me would LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdiddly View Post
    Who else writes you poems?
    No-one but me would LOL.
    Au contraire! I have poems from several men. oh and theirs were nice ones about me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abs View Post
    Years ago, that was feasible. today many do not have that choice, unless you are rich most families both need to work sometimes just to make ends meet. I'm sure many woman would rather stay at home with their children than have someone else be raising them. I know I would. I was lucky even as a single parent to be able to do that. It took some sacrificing, but then again that's what being a mother is all about.
    I don't agree again babe.
    The only reason you go out to work is if earning a bigger wage than the person looking after your kids earns so in essence money is always the motivating force for everyone
    to the detriment of the kids.
    I'm no different in that respect but at least i'm honest about it.
    Loads of things I've done that I now regret but at the time it seemed like the only option.

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