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February 18, 2007


"But wives, like our president, are the deciders. She wanted green growth, now."

"So, think twice before you spread deer food around your property."

You should also think twice about who wears the pants in your household. Just because your wife wants to do something stupid like feed the deer, doesn't mean you have to follow her around like a hen picked husband. I know, I was once a hen picked hubby.

Just like the electorate can decide who the Presidents are at election time, so can husbands decide to grow a pair and practice common sense when it comes to things that their wives want.... especially things that their wives want NOW.

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