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Continuing a Theme

In reponse to my “’Borking of Augusta” post from yesterday, I have received many testimonies about how obviously off the mark Burk is about conversations among women vs. among men. This, however, is the most unique thus far (a only-at NR moment, I think): “Wow! Martha Burk and her cronies must not be married. When my wife and some of her female friends decided to have a study group of JPII’s encyclical Familiaris Consortio, they found they couldn’t make it through the first page without someone ripping on their husband. After a few meetings my wife politely asked if they could scrap the study group.”

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