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Daemon
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815)

Stanton was an American reformer and a leader of the women's suffrage movement. In 1840, she married abolitionist Henry Brewster Stanton, and they attended the World's Anti-Slavery Convention in London, where she joined Lucretia Mott in objecting to their exclusion from the assembly. A proponent of legal, political, and industrial equality for women, she later joined forces with Susan B. Anthony in the women's suffrage movement. What one word did Stanton famously omit from her marriage vows? More...
Robert Imgrat
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And later on, an unplanned baby at 44 ...Speak to the hand
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Posted: Thursday, November 12, 2015 6:47:03 AM

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Robert Imgrat wrote:
And later on, an unplanned baby at 44 ...Speak to the hand


And that is what you take away from this article?

In that case, then here's my take on it: She was also Agnostic, and thus more enlightened than an Irish Catholic clinging to creepy sensibilities and Bronze Age superstitions crafted by uneducated men in the deserts of the Middle East thousands of years ago.

So, there. Speak to the hand
< Yes, I agree ... "talk to the hand."
Gary98
Posted: Thursday, November 12, 2015 9:46:35 AM

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What a fantastic lady! I like her.
Robert Imgrat
Posted: Thursday, November 12, 2015 12:21:37 PM

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CheVegas ☁️ ✈ ☁️ wrote:
[quote=Robert Imgrat]And later on, an unplanned baby at 44 ...Speak to the hand


And that is what you take away from this article?

In that case, then here's my take on it: She was also Agnostic, and thus more enlightened than an Irish Catholic clinging to creepy sensibilities and Bronze Age superstitions crafted by uneducated men in the deserts of the Middle East thousands of years ago.

So, there. Speak to the hand
< Yes, I agree ... "talk to the hand."[/quot
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I was joking, because my name is Robert. I have nothing against her conviction related to equality in marrage. And aptly expressed by her while saying her vow to a man she had married.
Your reference to religion? I like Bronze Age, because they have crafted good beer, and those peoples' experience I enjoy sensibly. The froth on top of a glass of beer is good as long as it does not spill above the rim. Drool
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Ah, you rocked in your time lady, thanks.....
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