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February 05, 2011



And why would we want more women as CEOs?

Seriously, so many women have studied and gained the required education for decades now. If they decide against a 100 % career pursuit afterwards, why would we then lift those at the post who are not up to the job?


Zyme, you are fond of pointing to the polls that show the masses embrace your hero Sarrazin. Well, in this case the polls are against you.

Why should the talents of 51% of the population be excluded from the boardroom?


Look at Iceland.


If they are so talented, then they should go for it. What does not make sense is to lift those there who have not proven themselves comparable.

One advantage would stem from a legal requirement though: Those women who then are in charge will not have a lot of difficulties explaining to their successors how they made it to their post.


Hi my name is janos and me is new to this wonderfull forum.
now my question : anyone knows how to obtain a static ip ( ipv4) from Germany for personal use. a whole block would be nice. thank you for your attention.


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