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Shortage of Black Men in Law (Dismal)

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Re: Shortage of Black Men in Law (Dismal)
« Reply #70 on: July 11, 2007, 11:05:10 PM »


And on a related note, I can't even count how many times I've seen incredibly talented females throw their futures away for some broke, ignorant male who can't hold down a job or stay out of jail, and whose dedication to anything is limited to making sure he buys the latest sneakers or rims for his car. 



oh yea i've seen this too...but these are women who seem to be fed up with the way their loves lives are going and are just willing to settle to have a man and possibly start a family if they are dealing with their biological clocks--and being around all of their friends who are married/have boyfriends.

Do women's biological clocks start ticking that hard at the age of 18?  I see this mostly in women aged 18-24.  It upsets me even more than the lazy ass men because these women don't just have potential.  They've realized much of that potential, and then just divert their energies into relationships that hardly ever end well.  In the end, they're not left with much.

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Re: Shortage of Black Men in Law (Dismal)
« Reply #71 on: July 12, 2007, 06:14:49 AM »


And on a related note, I can't even count how many times I've seen incredibly talented females throw their futures away for some broke, ignorant male who can't hold down a job or stay out of jail, and whose dedication to anything is limited to making sure he buys the latest sneakers or rims for his car. 



oh yea i've seen this too...but these are women who seem to be fed up with the way their loves lives are going and are just willing to settle to have a man and possibly start a family if they are dealing with their biological clocks--and being around all of their friends who are married/have boyfriends.

Do women's biological clocks start ticking that hard at the age of 18?  I see this mostly in women aged 18-24.  It upsets me even more than the lazy ass men because these women don't just have potential.  They've realized much of that potential, and then just divert their energies into relationships that hardly ever end well.  In the end, they're not left with much.

NO!  But that's when peer pressure and immaturity is ticking hard.  And don't forget "I know better than my parents/friends/family members who are trying to warn me about this jerk" is ticking hard.

Re: Shortage of Black Men in Law (Dismal)
« Reply #72 on: July 12, 2007, 07:00:45 AM »
LOL  :D  The biological clock is not age defined.  It is just a metaphor for a natural urge for women to have children and establish certain things in their lifetime.  Usually dictated by their upbringing and surroundings though...




And on a related note, I can't even count how many times I've seen incredibly talented females throw their futures away for some broke, ignorant male who can't hold down a job or stay out of jail, and whose dedication to anything is limited to making sure he buys the latest sneakers or rims for his car. 



oh yea i've seen this too...but these are women who seem to be fed up with the way their loves lives are going and are just willing to settle to have a man and possibly start a family if they are dealing with their biological clocks--and being around all of their friends who are married/have boyfriends.

Do women's biological clocks start ticking that hard at the age of 18?  I see this mostly in women aged 18-24.  It upsets me even more than the lazy ass men because these women don't just have potential.  They've realized much of that potential, and then just divert their energies into relationships that hardly ever end well.  In the end, they're not left with much.

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Re: Shortage of Black Men in Law (Dismal)
« Reply #73 on: July 12, 2007, 07:17:39 AM »
LOL  :D  The biological clock is not age defined.  It is just a metaphor for a natural urge for women to have children and establish certain things in their lifetime.  Usually dictated by their upbringing and surroundings though...




And on a related note, I can't even count how many times I've seen incredibly talented females throw their futures away for some broke, ignorant male who can't hold down a job or stay out of jail, and whose dedication to anything is limited to making sure he buys the latest sneakers or rims for his car. 



oh yea i've seen this too...but these are women who seem to be fed up with the way their loves lives are going and are just willing to settle to have a man and possibly start a family if they are dealing with their biological clocks--and being around all of their friends who are married/have boyfriends.

Do women's biological clocks start ticking that hard at the age of 18?  I see this mostly in women aged 18-24.  It upsets me even more than the lazy ass men because these women don't just have potential.  They've realized much of that potential, and then just divert their energies into relationships that hardly ever end well.  In the end, they're not left with much.
There is a specific age range determined by the Individual.  Women have a finite # of eggs.  That range has been effected by fertility drugs, and other environmental factors but it can be defined.

Re: Shortage of Black Men in Law (Dismal)
« Reply #74 on: July 12, 2007, 07:19:20 AM »
Im sorry what were your UG and G degrees in?

LOL  :D  The biological clock is not age defined.  It is just a metaphor for a natural urge for women to have children and establish certain things in their lifetime.  Usually dictated by their upbringing and surroundings though...




And on a related note, I can't even count how many times I've seen incredibly talented females throw their futures away for some broke, ignorant male who can't hold down a job or stay out of jail, and whose dedication to anything is limited to making sure he buys the latest sneakers or rims for his car. 



oh yea i've seen this too...but these are women who seem to be fed up with the way their loves lives are going and are just willing to settle to have a man and possibly start a family if they are dealing with their biological clocks--and being around all of their friends who are married/have boyfriends.

Do women's biological clocks start ticking that hard at the age of 18?  I see this mostly in women aged 18-24.  It upsets me even more than the lazy ass men because these women don't just have potential.  They've realized much of that potential, and then just divert their energies into relationships that hardly ever end well.  In the end, they're not left with much.
There is a specific age range determined by the Individual.  Women have a finite # of eggs.  That range has been effected by fertility drugs, and other environmental factors but it can be defined.

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Re: Shortage of Black Men in Law (Dismal)
« Reply #75 on: July 12, 2007, 07:23:07 AM »
LOL  :D  The biological clock is not age defined.  It is just a metaphor for a natural urge for women to have children and establish certain things in their lifetime.  Usually dictated by their upbringing and surroundings though...




And on a related note, I can't even count how many times I've seen incredibly talented females throw their futures away for some broke, ignorant male who can't hold down a job or stay out of jail, and whose dedication to anything is limited to making sure he buys the latest sneakers or rims for his car. 



oh yea i've seen this too...but these are women who seem to be fed up with the way their loves lives are going and are just willing to settle to have a man and possibly start a family if they are dealing with their biological clocks--and being around all of their friends who are married/have boyfriends.

Do women's biological clocks start ticking that hard at the age of 18?  I see this mostly in women aged 18-24.  It upsets me even more than the lazy ass men because these women don't just have potential.  They've realized much of that potential, and then just divert their energies into relationships that hardly ever end well.  In the end, they're not left with much.
There is a specific age range determined by the Individual.  Women have a finite # of eggs.  That range has been effected by fertility drugs, and other environmental factors but it can be defined.

Fertility = / = biological clock.  Biological clock is mental, fertility is physical.  Also, it's difficult to define fertility (ie to say when it'll end) until it's too late.  For every woman who easily gets pregnant in her 40s there are numerous other who are infertile.  There are so many factors that affect fertility, including genetics, weight, lifestyle, etc, that you usually don't know which group you'll be in until it's too late.

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Re: Shortage of Black Men in Law (Dismal)
« Reply #76 on: July 12, 2007, 07:25:01 AM »
Women have a finite # of eggs.

Lol