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mixed kitchens

Posted By: James A+ iNfP
Date: Monday, 25 October 1999, at 6:46 p.m.

In Response To: Re: Don't limit yourself by the kitchen (Rose O)

Which is more superficial, the color of one's skin or
the things one consumes in order to maintain life?
And yet it is far more common to see the former
listed in the personals as a mate preference.

Probably all of the usual attributes one looks for in a mate
pale next to the question of a couple's attitudes towards children.
And what if a hypothetical online-arranged *O* couple draws an
*A* baby from their gene pool? Trade it in through another online

Still, as a type A male I *don't* want any red meat cooking in
my kitchen, and a compatible yoga partner would be nice too.

(Note: the *O* gals I know, know how to party ;)

I recall that some book critics who maligned ER4YT as a fad
said it was only a matter of time before blood type would
appear in the personals columns. But because something is
inevitable does not necessarily make it a bad thing.

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