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    Train your wife to obey. http://www.dominatesoftware.com/

    A web application that assists Masters train and schedule submissive. Teach
    submissive to submit, set rules, schedule their tasks. A fellowship of
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    On Sat, 25 Jun 2005 14:24:51 -0400, "DominateSoftware"
    <SirLeonard@dominatesoftware.com> wrote:
    Train your wife to obey. http://www.dominatesoftware.com/A web application that assists Masters train and schedule submissive. Teachsubmissive to submit, set rules, schedule their tasks. A fellowship ofDominants show how. Instructions in erotic matters.
    I wish I had a wife to train. I'd love to come home to a hot dinner
    and a tidy house.

    Lauri in WA, who is her own wife (if ya know what I mean)

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    On Sat, 25 Jun 2005 14:24:51 -0400, "DominateSoftware"
    <SirLeonard@dominatesoftware.com> wrote:
    Train your wife to obey. http://www.dominatesoftware.com/A web application that assists Masters train and schedule submissive. Teachsubmissive to submit, set rules, schedule their tasks. A fellowship ofDominants show how. Instructions in erotic matters.
    I wish I had a wife to train. I'd love to come home to a hot dinner
    and a tidy house.

    Lauri in WA, who is her own wife (if ya know what I mean)

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    In article <4marb1tldi9pdps2ph45t2bdkgq4d489l3@4ax.com>, res0rnlr@spamlessverizon.net wrote:
    I wish I had a wife to train. I'd love to come home to a hot dinnerand a tidy house.
    If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-)

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    In article <4marb1tldi9pdps2ph45t2bdkgq4d489l3@4ax.com>, res0rnlr@spamlessverizon.net wrote:
    I wish I had a wife to train. I'd love to come home to a hot dinnerand a tidy house.
    If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-)

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    m_eL wrote:
    In article <4marb1tldi9pdps2ph45t2bdkgq4d489l3@4ax.com>, res0rnlr@spamlessverizon.net wrote:
    I wish I had a wife to train. I'd love to come home to a hot dinner and a tidy house.
    If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-)
    You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature
    intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).



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    m_eL wrote:
    In article <4marb1tldi9pdps2ph45t2bdkgq4d489l3@4ax.com>, res0rnlr@spamlessverizon.net wrote:
    I wish I had a wife to train. I'd love to come home to a hot dinner and a tidy house.
    If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-)
    You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature
    intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).



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    In article <wflve.9510$hK3.8453@newsread3.news.pas.earthlink. net>, "Bill in Co." <not_really_here@earthlink.net> wrote:
    You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as natureintended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).
    Yeah, but you KNOW you'd wanna watch!! ;-)
    (i'm really just kidding with all this)

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    In article <wflve.9510$hK3.8453@newsread3.news.pas.earthlink. net>, "Bill in Co." <not_really_here@earthlink.net> wrote:
    You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as natureintended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).
    Yeah, but you KNOW you'd wanna watch!! ;-)
    (i'm really just kidding with all this)

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    m_eL wrote:
    In article <wflve.9510$hK3.8453@newsread3.news.pas.earthlink. net>, "Bill
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    Co." <not_really_here@earthlink.net> wrote:
    You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this
    before).
    Yeah, but you KNOW you'd wanna watch!! ;-) (i'm really just kidding with all this)
    I know. (But don't tell anybody, ya hear? :-)



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    m_eL wrote:
    In article <wflve.9510$hK3.8453@newsread3.news.pas.earthlink. net>, "Bill
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    Co." <not_really_here@earthlink.net> wrote:
    You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this
    before).
    Yeah, but you KNOW you'd wanna watch!! ;-) (i'm really just kidding with all this)
    I know. (But don't tell anybody, ya hear? :-)



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    On Sat 25 Jun 2005 06:53:16p, Bill in Co. wrote:
    If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-) You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).
    And you were wrong then, and wrong still.

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    On Sat 25 Jun 2005 06:53:16p, Bill in Co. wrote:
    If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-) You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).
    And you were wrong then, and wrong still.

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    -Calliope- wrote:
    On Sat 25 Jun 2005 06:53:16p, Bill in Co. wrote:
    If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-) You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).
    And you were wrong then, and wrong still.
    Don't make me borrow a physiology or human anatomy text from Jess to explain
    this to you, Cal! Remember the birds and the bees?



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    -Calliope- wrote:
    On Sat 25 Jun 2005 06:53:16p, Bill in Co. wrote:
    If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-) You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).
    And you were wrong then, and wrong still.
    Don't make me borrow a physiology or human anatomy text from Jess to explain
    this to you, Cal! Remember the birds and the bees?



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    On Sun 26 Jun 2005 02:27:50p, Bill in Co. wrote:
    -Calliope- wrote:
    On Sat 25 Jun 2005 06:53:16p, Bill in Co. wrote:
    > If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-) You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).
    And you were wrong then, and wrong still.
    Don't make me borrow a physiology or human anatomy text from Jess to explain this to you, Cal! Remember the birds and the bees?
    Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop and
    think about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop and
    think about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're all
    born, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that.

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    On Sun 26 Jun 2005 02:27:50p, Bill in Co. wrote:
    -Calliope- wrote:
    On Sat 25 Jun 2005 06:53:16p, Bill in Co. wrote:
    > If i were single, Lauri, i might propose to ya now! ;-) You can't do that! It's NOT *natural* (as in, nature, as in, as nature intended, aberrations notwithstanding). (We've been thru this before).
    And you were wrong then, and wrong still.
    Don't make me borrow a physiology or human anatomy text from Jess to explain this to you, Cal! Remember the birds and the bees?
    Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop and
    think about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop and
    think about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're all
    born, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that.

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    calliope 123 at gmail dot com

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    On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 19:56:03 GMT, "-Calliope-"
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    Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop andthink about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop andthink about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're allborn, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that.
    Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't
    be it.

    Lauri in WA


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    On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 19:56:03 GMT, "-Calliope-"
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    Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop andthink about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop andthink about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're allborn, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that.
    Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't
    be it.

    Lauri in WA


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    Lauri wrote:
    On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 19:56:03 GMT, "-Calliope-" <calliope123remove@removegmail.com> wrote:
    Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop and think about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop and think about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're all born, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that.
    Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't be it. Lauri in WA
    Actually, as I think I've pointed out before, when I was living in the Bay
    Area for quite a few years, I had some pretty good friendships with both a
    guy who was gay, and a gal who was, too. But that doesn't mean I think
    it's naturally right, either. And that didn't get in the way of our
    friendship, either.



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    Lauri wrote:
    On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 19:56:03 GMT, "-Calliope-" <calliope123remove@removegmail.com> wrote:
    Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop and think about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop and think about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're all born, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that.
    Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't be it. Lauri in WA
    Actually, as I think I've pointed out before, when I was living in the Bay
    Area for quite a few years, I had some pretty good friendships with both a
    guy who was gay, and a gal who was, too. But that doesn't mean I think
    it's naturally right, either. And that didn't get in the way of our
    friendship, either.



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    On Sun 26 Jun 2005 04:01:39p, Lauri wrote:
    Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't be it.
    I have often seen this to be true.
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    On Sun 26 Jun 2005 04:01:39p, Lauri wrote:
    Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't be it.
    I have often seen this to be true.
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    "Bill in Co." <surly_curmudgeon06@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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    Lauri wrote:
    On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 19:56:03 GMT, "-Calliope-" <calliope123remove@removegmail.com> wrote:
    Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop and think about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop and think about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're all born, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that.
    Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't be it. Lauri in WA
    Actually, as I think I've pointed out before, when I was living in the Bay Area for quite a few years, I had some pretty good friendships with both a guy who was gay, and a gal who was, too. But that doesn't mean I think it's naturally right, either. And that didn't get in the way of our friendship, either.
    Is it naturally wrong when animals do it? Are they being immoral?



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    "Bill in Co." <surly_curmudgeon06@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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    Lauri wrote:
    On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 19:56:03 GMT, "-Calliope-" <calliope123remove@removegmail.com> wrote:
    Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop and think about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop and think about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're all born, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that.
    Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't be it. Lauri in WA
    Actually, as I think I've pointed out before, when I was living in the Bay Area for quite a few years, I had some pretty good friendships with both a guy who was gay, and a gal who was, too. But that doesn't mean I think it's naturally right, either. And that didn't get in the way of our friendship, either.
    Is it naturally wrong when animals do it? Are they being immoral?



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    Stephanie wrote:
    "Bill in Co." <surly_curmudgeon06@earthlink.net> wrote in message news:CXDve.9596$NX4.7121@newsread1.news.pas.earthl ink.net...
    Lauri wrote:
    On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 19:56:03 GMT, "-Calliope-" <calliope123remove@removegmail.com> wrote:> Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop and> think about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop and> think about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're> all born, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that. Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't be it. Lauri in WA
    Actually, as I think I've pointed out before, when I was living in the
    Bay
    Area for quite a few years, I had some pretty good friendships with both
    a
    guy who was gay, and a gal who was, too. But that doesn't mean I think it's naturally right, either. And that didn't get in the way of our friendship, either. Is it naturally wrong when animals do it? Are they being immoral?
    I was talking about the norm, as in "normal" behavior, and not deviance from
    the norm, as in "abnormal" behavior. I was talking about the way we (all
    creatures) were "designed" in the first place - as in, what nature intended
    to be. I think that is inherently meaningful (at least it is to me).

    There is a branch of psychology that deals with off-the-norm behaviors; it
    is appropriately enough, called abnormal psychology. My guess is that
    today this wouldn't be in there, but a few decades ago, it would. Why do
    you suppose that is true? (and that was rhetorical; I know the answer
    already)

    Hell, you probably wouldn't even find the terms "blind" and "deaf" in a text
    book anymore, for fear of a newage lawsuit, and/or hurting Johnny's
    feelings. Those terms have most likely been replaced with "visually
    impaired', and "hearing impaired", and a bunch of newage PC nonsense. (We
    have to protect people from themselves these days, don't ya know)

    Ya know, if I were deaf, I wouldn't mind being told I was (or called) deaf.
    There is NO intelligent reason for calling it "hearing impaired". (note:
    I said intelligent reason, not PC reasons)



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    Stephanie wrote:
    "Bill in Co." <surly_curmudgeon06@earthlink.net> wrote in message news:CXDve.9596$NX4.7121@newsread1.news.pas.earthl ink.net...
    Lauri wrote:
    On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 19:56:03 GMT, "-Calliope-" <calliope123remove@removegmail.com> wrote:> Nope.. do you ever think for yourself? Geez.. did you have to stop and> think about being attracted towards women? I certainly didn't stop and> think about being attracted towards men! It is inherent in how we're> all born, plain and simple, can't get any simpler than that. Many times people who are homophobic are really......nah, that can't be it. Lauri in WA
    Actually, as I think I've pointed out before, when I was living in the
    Bay
    Area for quite a few years, I had some pretty good friendships with both
    a
    guy who was gay, and a gal who was, too. But that doesn't mean I think it's naturally right, either. And that didn't get in the way of our friendship, either. Is it naturally wrong when animals do it? Are they being immoral?
    I was talking about the norm, as in "normal" behavior, and not deviance from
    the norm, as in "abnormal" behavior. I was talking about the way we (all
    creatures) were "designed" in the first place - as in, what nature intended
    to be. I think that is inherently meaningful (at least it is to me).

    There is a branch of psychology that deals with off-the-norm behaviors; it
    is appropriately enough, called abnormal psychology. My guess is that
    today this wouldn't be in there, but a few decades ago, it would. Why do
    you suppose that is true? (and that was rhetorical; I know the answer
    already)

    Hell, you probably wouldn't even find the terms "blind" and "deaf" in a text
    book anymore, for fear of a newage lawsuit, and/or hurting Johnny's
    feelings. Those terms have most likely been replaced with "visually
    impaired', and "hearing impaired", and a bunch of newage PC nonsense. (We
    have to protect people from themselves these days, don't ya know)

    Ya know, if I were deaf, I wouldn't mind being told I was (or called) deaf.
    There is NO intelligent reason for calling it "hearing impaired". (note:
    I said intelligent reason, not PC reasons)



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