Thursday, February 9, 2012

The women on The Bert Show think women are the worst

Posted By on Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 1:35 PM

Golda Cry-irs more like it.
I don't listen to morning radio programs. Not because I don't enjoy listening to half-witted egomaniacs guffaw at their own jokes. I do! I don't listen to morning radio simply because I can't figure out how to use a radio. I'm a lady, see, and that means that I don't think logically, I think emotionally. And THAT means that I'm no good at gadgets ('cept kitchen ones!), math, or basically anything that isn't simultaneously menstruating and crying about menstruating.

Anyway, until I can figure out the radio without getting so flustrated I just burst into tears, I have to rely on my male coworkers to keep me abreast. Apparently, I missed a pretty appropriate conversation this morning on Q100's The Bert Show, during which lady co-hosts Kristin and Wendy agreed that a woman would make a piss-poor president because women are, by their very nature, emotional rather than logical. Also, women in the military shouldn't serve on the front lines alongside Kristin's brother because it would make her uncomfortable.

Reward them and have a listen!

Waaaaait a minute. Are they going so far as to say illogical things to prove that women are illogical? And are they intentionally upsetting women to prove that women are too emotional? WELL PLAYED, because my obvious reaction to hearing Kristin and Wendy's deep thoughts: pure rage and dysphoria. Which goes to show that — fuck — I'm too emotional. Too emotional to write for a newspaper, certainly. Back to the kitchen I go. Not to cook, just to lie there and sob. And, alright, while I'm down there, I'll do the floors. Whilst listening to this. Take it away, Whitney ...

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