Last weekend, I was bored so I set out to the movies to see Harry Potter (I call him Harry .P). I must have been really bored because I didn't care much about the series after the first one. I was half way in the movie when the girl in this entourage uttered those immortal words "emotional range". I dropped my popcorn and stared in disbelief. Apparently, males having a short emotional range is a bad thing, and male witches are not exempt. This is a run off product of the feminized society we live, which probably started with euphemisms (notice how that sounds like feminism). Emotional range is just another word for pussification. Raising a child to have a wide emotional range will make William the conquerer roll in his grave (And someone should probably look this up because I don't think that guy even ever masturbated). Any male being raised to have a "large emotional range" is going to be a looser because emotional range calls for guilt, indecision, and all-round bitchiness. Traits his peers are liable to observe and make his large-emotional-range-life a nightmare. There was a time I found 10 dollars at work, I think it was part of a series of mystical tests because I once saw 20 dollars fall off a woman's purse once, only for me to call her attention to the fallen note. I have never stolen money for much of my life, but I found this 10 dollars at work and I could swear the man in the currency (I think its Hamilton) said "look dude, you have to do some evil from time to time, otherwise God would be out of a job". What do you do in that situation, I mean, its Hamilton, one of the founding fathers of America, and someone who probably did his own part of sensible evil contribution. I could have asked my co-workers who owned the note but that would be unmanly, so I decided to pay for a packet of beer with it (it was the manly commodity to buy). I remembered I brought the money out in a manly way and put it on the table, not even looking at the clerk in the eye, and I drank the beer in a manly way. Now, I am not advocating evil and injustice, I am only saying men should be men, and not at the direct expense of others. If men had a large emotional range, men would never get anything done, feminist people need to get a grip. But men's emotional range is not the only thing women complain about, women will complain about anything. If a woman is being chased by a mugger, she would run into a police station and complain about why the mugger chose the wrong time to mug her (apparently, the mugger should have called her in advance and asked if Sunday afternoon would be fine). Women even complain about something as instinctive as raising a child, claiming its hard work. Apparantly, staying at home with your kids, with 24 hr access to the refrigerator is hard work. Its like running away from a bear in the woods and then complaining it was really hard work running for your health and limb. Women complain about everything, and it will never end. Now I have to run to work, where I work with about 5 women, before they find something to complain about, otherwise I might be forced to assault one of them and plead emotional instability.