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    Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    White collar work requires critical thinking. Not merely memorization (which is what schools test for).

    You need to be a self-starter; to do work without your manager telling you what to do every step of the way.

    You need to be intellectually curious- reading about your industry in your off hours and having discussions with others about it to probe it further.

    If you don't understand something, you need to be resourceful - and look up the information online or read whitepapers. (not just run to an "expert" in the company and waste their time)

    You need to be creative; not merely "recalling" what others did but think hard about what solutions would work in your unique case. You need to produce ideas.

    You need to have sound judgment, devoid of emotional bias that can interfere with accurate assessment.

    You need to stay grounded in times of trouble, not panic or be affected emotionally.

    You need to be professional, not letting your mood impact how you treat customers, partners, etc.

    Women are NONE of these things.

    Which is why in my observation women do only about 60% of the work men do in the white collar sector. There are routine tasks like making phone calls and documenting processes (which unfortunately many jobs require) and social tasks which they perform equally. But the rest- they fail miserably where men shine.

    And yet for comparable jobs, women earn similarly to men; certainly not 40% less. This is PURELY Affirmative-Action. This is charity. Any initiative that says we need to increase this charity obviously doesn't care about what ROI companies are getting by hiring them. I am paying for this affirmative action and so are you.

    It is taboo to point out women's shortcomings. But maybe we shouldn't beat around the bush. Maybe we should be blunt about it; and demand they improve in these areas if they want equal income.

    If you see a woman in the tech sector, in the biopharmaceutical sector, in high-finance -- they are there because of affirmative action. And 1/3rd of their salary is funded by male charity.

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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    Working in pharmacy, I'd say about 90-95% of the people I've worked with are female, although I've worked with a handful of males too. There is an absolutely night and day difference between the two.

    The women I've worked with NEVER stop talking. Even if it is a 13 hour day, they literally never stop their chirping and small talk. No matter how busy it gets or how much work there is to do in the pharmacy, they continue running their mouths constantly instead of focusing on their work. This is especially true of women who have been working together for a long time.

    They can go on endlessly about their husbands/boyfriends, children, TV shows, gossip, and FOOD. These bitches are obsessed with food, and order out very frequently, even though it is expensive and probably costs them a significant portion of what they are making for their work day. Most of them are also overweight, and they will go on about the stupid diets they are on and how they lost three pounds even though they are perpetually 50+ pounds overweight.

    Every pharmacy I've worked at has at least one "alpha female" or "queen bee" who is moody, bosses everyone around, and generally makes the work environment much more toxic. These women make everyone else around them miserable, and often other people have to pick up their slack when they do not feel like working. These women are the worst when it comes to taking constructive criticism of their work performance, and will take anything other than compliments and praise personal. They will also hold grudges for a long time.

    The men I've worked with will sometimes make small talk as well, but the work they are doing is almost always their number one focus. When things start picking up and getting busy, they double down and work a lot harder to keep up and keep things running smoothly, rather than slowing down to focus on whatever inane subject they are talking about. They don't eat out as frequently, and you'll never hear them going on about their diet or whatever food they like. They tend to develop their skills and improve over time, unlike most of the women I've seen.

    Overall the men I've worked with work a lot harder, complain a lot less, and are less emotional at work. They are a lot less likely to come in late or call in sick, a lot more likely to stay late or pick up extra hours, and when you get a mixed group, the men generally end up doing all the harder and more complicated tasks that the women don't want to do.

    Obviously there will never be any official studies on the subject, but I wonder just how much worker productivity is lost due to having women in the workplace. Not only do they produce less than males, but they also affect the other workers around them, resulting in further losses of productivity. Not to mention the damage and destruction they can often cause to their employers.

    Women in the workplace...what a fucking nightmare.

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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    Easy cushy jobs in a cubicle or in fast food are pretty much common ground options for women building their careers and they're granted to them too so they sure as hell wouldn't do anything more dangerous. Of course you have the more butch chicks that want to prove a point to men by playing sports, enlisting as firefighters or police officers or putting themselves in the front lines (which is extremely hazardous) but more commonly they'll play it safe. Jobs that require them to follow and not lead which is why many of them will never become entrepreneurs and no, going door to door selling the latest Avon products doesn't count.

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    The unstoppable teeth and appetite of checks and balances are consuming Affirmative Action on the other end where the spotlight is never shined and the issues never spoken. Fastest way to kill anything is by putting women in charge of it, where they are free to roam only a trail of disaster and disappointment follows. Everything they touch eventually dies, just like the garden of Eden, everyone was sentenced to death when the woman took charge. They make antitrust laws a necessity wherever they're trusted to conduct anything!

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    Back in my beta blue-pill days, I used to waste my time listening to them yap. Even back then it struck me how every single woman I've ever worked with thought all the other women in the office where crazy bitches. I think that is true with only one or two exceptions. I used to joke that they all thought the rest where crazy and that they were all correct. Even back then, the red pill was trying to surface. LOL

    Women do well in environments that have been turned into processes. They are actually pretty good at that sort of thing. Kind of like a robot... Or, I mean a "helpmeet". Feminism is an overt example of penis envy. The problem with penis envy is that it was taken literally as apposed to metaphorically. I'm not even sure which way Freude meant it to be honest. It wouldn't surprise me if it was taken completely out of context from the start.

    In any event, men own the spark of creation. Women hate that this is true.

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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    Quote Originally Posted by jagrmeister View Post
    White collar work requires critical thinking. Not merely memorization (which is what schools test for).

    You need to be a self-starter; to do work without your manager telling you what to do every step of the way.

    You need to be intellectually curious- reading about your industry in your off hours and having discussions with others about it to probe it further.

    If you don't understand something, you need to be resourceful - and look up the information online or read whitepapers. (not just run to an "expert" in the company and waste their time)

    You need to be creative; not merely "recalling" what others did but think hard about what solutions would work in your unique case. You need to produce ideas.

    You need to have sound judgment, devoid of emotional bias that can interfere with accurate assessment.

    You need to stay grounded in times of trouble, not panic or be affected emotionally.

    You need to be professional, not letting your mood impact how you treat customers, partners, etc.

    Women are NONE of these things.
    I worked for a multi-national medical company for a few years. When I started I noticed that the production line workers were mostly female, maybe 80% - 90%, but the supervisors were almost exclusively male. This imbalance struck me as a bit odd since the supervisors usually got their positions through promotion and not external hires.

    It didn’t take long to realise why.

    The male supervisors, generally speaking, were a calm, easy going lot. Yes they could get annoyed if targets weren’t met for a good reason, but they were approachable and helpful for the most part.

    The few female supervisors I knew were totally stressed out. You could see in their manner that they just weren’t coping very well with the added responsibility and the need to balance different priorities. So much for females being great multitaskers! And as for their sub-ordinates, the sheer vitriol coming from the women (not the men) was eye-opening.

    Xanthine said:

    The women I've worked with NEVER stop talking
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    That reminded me of one occasion in the same job. I had some business with a guy at the other end of the room. There were three female co-workers standing nearby chatting away excitedly and as I approached I couldn’t help but overhear their conversation. Suddenly I burst out laughing and their conversation came to an equally sudden halt as one of them asked why I was laughing. Well, the three of them were all talking at the same time over the top of one another – nothing that unusual there I hear you cry. But the thing that got me was that each of them was talking on a completely different topic. Just too weird.

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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    It's worse in STEM. They decide in advance they're low on the female headcount, so they conduct interviews and hire the woman over 49 men in the waiting room. Was she the LEAST qualified? Probably not. Was she the BEST qualified? Almost certain not. At least half of those men were easily more qualified. Her pussy got her the job. More women showing up in management positions in STEM as well... again, due to qualifications? Or pussy count?

    If you need "parity" for men and women in STEM, but only 1 in 20 applicants are female, that means pretty much every female applying is going to get a job.

    And yet you still can't get "enough" women applying for there to be this magical "parity" scenario feminism has wet panties about.
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    "Congratulations Sir. We've managed to fit you in for your heart surgery after all...thanks only to our latest affirmative action recruitment drive.

    Dr Sandra will be along shortly to talk you through your operation and to tell you how grateful she is that she was shuffled into her job ahead of the 49 better qualified male surgeons.

    Good Luck Sir...hopefully we might see you again after your operation"


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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    And then they bitch that they don't get paid as much. Yup, can't imagine why....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious_Sid View Post
    It's worse in STEM. They decide in advance they're low on the female headcount, so they conduct interviews and hire the woman over 49 men in the waiting room. Was she the LEAST qualified? Probably not. Was she the BEST qualified? Almost certain not. At least half of those men were easily more qualified. Her pussy got her the job. More women showing up in management positions in STEM as well... again, due to qualifications? Or pussy count?

    If you need "parity" for men and women in STEM, but only 1 in 20 applicants are female, that means pretty much every female applying is going to get a job.

    And yet you still can't get "enough" women applying for there to be this magical "parity" scenario feminism has wet panties about.
    In Info Tech, I saw a lot of women getting "promoted" to project management. If the project was successful, they always took center stage for the award. If the project failed, it was hung around the neck of a male engineer. Funny how that works.

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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    I worked the other end of the totem pole from our fearless leader, but did see women start on factory jobs, and later government gigs they had never done before.


    Pulling veneer is the dirty job in a plywood mill. You flip it off a conveyer belt into a cart. Now veneers light and doesn't require great strength. But it's a fast paced job and not everybody can do it. Nobody's worth a damn at first, and half the people who do stick around won't ever be that good.

    Probably three quarters of the guys who wanted to stay eventually learned. The rest either couldn't cut it, or didn't want to, and got their careers freed up.

    You'd think someone who grew up and lived in a mill town would have some idea what goes on there, but the first women in the plywood mill naturally had no clue. As veneer pullers, or on other hard jobs they were failures. Less than a quarter of them were ever worth a damn, though you did find the odd exception. Worked with one woman for a long time. I was never the best puller in our group, but I was pretty good and she was my equal. I was stronger, but she was slicker and used less effort.

    Smokey Bears first group of women doing manly man jobs didn't go well either. A quarter of them couldn't see a good thing when they had one, thought they were being hard done and left. Total flakes. Another quarter left too, but picked up a husband on the way out. I guess Smokey had a lot a simps back then. Of the ones who stayed or came later, some became fine coworkers. Most were not, but things usually worked out. Women were nastier when there were problems, but overall I had as much trouble with lazy guys as women. Now the Forest Service is half women.

    The fire crew has an interesting system for the sharing of labor. Now there's no way a hundred pound woman can cut fireline like a equally motivated guy who's twice her size. How it works is if the hundred pound woman is just as tired and dirty at the end of the shift, it's considered equal. Now without slavery you cant make people try their hardest, but a firefighter who doesn't won't be back next year. The crew is watched all year long, there's no way to hide any serious half stepping or being less than a team player. I don't suppose any system is perfect, but this one works pretty good.
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    If feminists want equal outcomes, isn't she supposed to cut an EQUAL AMOUNT of trees?
    People don't get paid to get dirty and tired. People get paid to perform a task.
    If one man can do the job of two women, they should make 50% as much. That's REAL (mathematical equality).
    Funny, they only want equal outcome with wages and promotions - not performance and capability.
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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    Aw now Sid, no crew of working stiffs is ever equal, coed or not. Any group will have one or two winners, a few losers you wish you'd never seen, with the rest somewhere in the middle. It's just the nature of the beast, the actors change, but not the roles.

    The worst thing you can have is what most employers have, which is no system at all. That way your stronger workers and team players are taken advantage of from January to December.

    The fire crews system only works because there's enough people who want to wear that yellow shirt. Without that it would be just another snake pit.
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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious_Sid View Post
    If feminists want equal outcomes, isn't she supposed to cut an EQUAL AMOUNT of trees?
    People don't get paid to get dirty and tired. People get paid to perform a task.
    If one man can do the job of two women, they should make 50% as much. That's REAL (mathematical equality).
    Funny, they only want equal outcome with wages and promotions - not performance and capability.
    Reminds me of this;

    Why equality of outcome fails - A short story

    MeritoCorp Heavy Lifting is a small company that specializes in manual labor. Because of rough terrain and restrictions, raw muscle power must carry some goods around. It's hard work, but some men are up to the task, with varying prowess. We see five men who are hired to do heavy lifting for one site. Of these five, one is weaker and can only carry a small bag at a time. Three are healthy and can carry a midsized bag, three times as heavy as the small bag. One is extremely fit and can carry a huge bag, ten times as heavy as the small bag. They get paid according to their merit. The weak man gets $10, the healthy ones get $30. The strong man makes $100. They agree among themselves this is fair, since this is in accordance with the amount of work they can do.

    The tides however change, when the company is bought out. EquaCorp, the new owner, does not believe in paying in accordance with their merit. After all, all of these men work equal hours and do the same job, so why do they not get the same pay? So the next payout, they all get the same. The weak man is ecstatic. He receives a 400% pay raise! The three healthy guys also are okay with it. They receive a smaller pay-rise. The majority of the workforce is on-board with the equalization, the manager happily reports. However, the strong man is seething. Despite carrying the heaviest load, he now sees over half his wages evaporate. His protests fall on deaf ears however. Because the new system is "more equal".
    Seeing that he's not going to be able to change the tide, the strong man considers his options. Does he leave the job? He could, he is fit and could easily find employ elsewhere. But he decides against that. Then a thought dawns on him. Equality in all things.

    The next day rolls along. As per usual the bags are prepared. One small, three midsized and one big. But the big one isn't carried anymore. The strong man stands next to the weakest one. When asked by the foreman what he's doing there, his answer is simple. "I get paid the same as this weak man here, so I don't see why I should be doing a different job then he does, even when I could. I make the same now whether I carry this tiny bag I can lift with one finger, or that big one that gives me a backache. The only difference between these two bags is the backache. What would you do? Now give me a small bag."
    The three healthy guys look at this, scratch their heads in confusion a moment, then shrug and say "Yea, smaller bag sounds good for us too."

    So small bags are filled and carried all day. However, stuff piles up, because only a quarter of goods get moved in the same time. So 15 extra people are brought in to carry the bags that were abandoned by the original workers. But since there's only so much money to pay, everyone now earns only $8 because of the extra costs of managing folks. The healthy guys and the weak one are annoyed. "We used to make much more! We can't live on this small salary!"
    The strong guy shrugs, then replies. "So did I. But your majority didn't care when it was just me. Don't expect me to care now. I'm quitting tomorrow and will apply somewhere else, where my talents are appreciated. Have fun being equally destitute. I'm out."
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    Quote Originally Posted by sirreaper View Post
    Reminds me of this;

    Why equality of outcome fails - A short story

    MeritoCorp Heavy Lifting is a small company that specializes in manual labor. Because of rough terrain and restrictions, raw muscle power must carry some goods around. It's hard work, but some men are up to the task, with varying prowess. We see five men who are hired to do heavy lifting for one site. Of these five, one is weaker and can only carry a small bag at a time. Three are healthy and can carry a midsized bag, three times as heavy as the small bag. One is extremely fit and can carry a huge bag, ten times as heavy as the small bag. They get paid according to their merit. The weak man gets $10, the healthy ones get $30. The strong man makes $100. They agree among themselves this is fair, since this is in accordance with the amount of work they can do.

    The tides however change, when the company is bought out. EquaCorp, the new owner, does not believe in paying in accordance with their merit. After all, all of these men work equal hours and do the same job, so why do they not get the same pay? So the next payout, they all get the same. The weak man is ecstatic. He receives a 400% pay raise! The three healthy guys also are okay with it. They receive a smaller pay-rise. The majority of the workforce is on-board with the equalization, the manager happily reports. However, the strong man is seething. Despite carrying the heaviest load, he now sees over half his wages evaporate. His protests fall on deaf ears however. Because the new system is "more equal".
    Seeing that he's not going to be able to change the tide, the strong man considers his options. Does he leave the job? He could, he is fit and could easily find employ elsewhere. But he decides against that. Then a thought dawns on him. Equality in all things.

    The next day rolls along. As per usual the bags are prepared. One small, three midsized and one big. But the big one isn't carried anymore. The strong man stands next to the weakest one. When asked by the foreman what he's doing there, his answer is simple. "I get paid the same as this weak man here, so I don't see why I should be doing a different job then he does, even when I could. I make the same now whether I carry this tiny bag I can lift with one finger, or that big one that gives me a backache. The only difference between these two bags is the backache. What would you do? Now give me a small bag."
    The three healthy guys look at this, scratch their heads in confusion a moment, then shrug and say "Yea, smaller bag sounds good for us too."

    So small bags are filled and carried all day. However, stuff piles up, because only a quarter of goods get moved in the same time. So 15 extra people are brought in to carry the bags that were abandoned by the original workers. But since there's only so much money to pay, everyone now earns only $8 because of the extra costs of managing folks. The healthy guys and the weak one are annoyed. "We used to make much more! We can't live on this small salary!"
    The strong guy shrugs, then replies. "So did I. But your majority didn't care when it was just me. Don't expect me to care now. I'm quitting tomorrow and will apply somewhere else, where my talents are appreciated. Have fun being equally destitute. I'm out."
    Too bad this cycle never happens quick enough for people to learn from. It is slow, and nobody ever attributes the actual cause to the eventual affect.

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    This is the problem with Marxism, socialism and communism. When you equally distribute wealth NOT based on merit but due to "identity" or "class" distinctions, you basically wipe all of the incentive out of the top performers in a given field. And it gets worse as you go up the status ladder. Okay, so our muscular worker goes from $100 to $40 per day. Simple solution. Lift as many bags of the same weight - per day - as his EQUALLY PAID workers. Socialists want the bigger guy to lift more bags - his physical prowess is ultimately a resource (property) of the state, so he should lift more for the same wage. Because... he's a good guy and should want to do his best for society. Yeah, right. That's gonna work

    Now apply the same thinking to a surgeon. Instead of having some surgeons raising the bar and pushing the envelope, we have all surgeons making "surgeon minimum wage" Okay. So where is his/her incentive to excel? To study new and improved techniques? Is it because it's his moral (and social) responsibility as a doctor? So... the finest surgeon who is constantly improving his skills and works 100 hours per week should be paid the same as a surgeon who just gets by and works 50 hours per week? Socialists say yes.

    So which surgeon do YOU want? And do you want the best of us, the most capable people in our society, settling for the average and status quo and not pushing themselves?

    Everything that is AWESOME about our society is because people pushed themselves. And yes, market forces were at play - that's what enabled people to push themselves - and others - to the limit.

    It never ceases to amaze me how socialists think that people are going to strive for the best and put in extra effort for the same wage. People are not wired that way. Remuneration SHOULD be based on your effort AND your performance, if not by performance alone. Some commission sales jobs are an example of a purely performance based occupation. And many people make excellent money doing it.
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    That is why the SJW types can not win. They can only destroy everything. They have a profound lack of gratitude. It's odd, because so many of them are "love and light" hippies that sit on a yoga mat and "radiate gratitude" to the universe first thing in the morning. LOL.

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    It's worse in STEM. They decide in advance they're low on the female headcount, so they conduct interviews and hire the woman over 49 men in the waiting room. Was she the LEAST qualified? Probably not. Was she the BEST qualified? Almost certain not. At least half of those men were easily more qualified. Her pussy got her the job. More women showing up in management positions in STEM as well... again, due to qualifications? Or pussy count?

    If you need "parity" for men and women in STEM, but only 1 in 20 applicants are female, that means pretty much every female applying is going to get a job.

    And yet you still can't get "enough" women applying for there to be this magical "parity" scenario feminism has wet panties about.
    Yup I can confirm this.

    The conventional wisdom is that STEM is safe for men to pursue as a college degree but the red pill reality is that the process is tainted as a career path. At least the upside is that with a STEM degree it is easier to transition to a different industry IMVHO.

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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

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    This is the problem with Marxism, socialism and communism. When you equally distribute wealth NOT based on merit but due to "identity" or "class" distinctions, you basically wipe all of the incentive out of the top performers in a given field. And it gets worse as you go up the status ladder. Okay, so our muscular worker goes from $100 to $40 per day. Simple solution. Lift as many bags of the same weight - per day - as his EQUALLY PAID workers. Socialists want the bigger guy to lift more bags - his physical prowess is ultimately a resource (property) of the state, so he should lift more for the same wage. Because... he's a good guy and should want to do his best for society. Yeah, right. That's gonna work

    Now apply the same thinking to a surgeon. Instead of having some surgeons raising the bar and pushing the envelope, we have all surgeons making "surgeon minimum wage" Okay. So where is his/her incentive to excel? To study new and improved techniques? Is it because it's his moral (and social) responsibility as a doctor? So... the finest surgeon who is constantly improving his skills and works 100 hours per week should be paid the same as a surgeon who just gets by and works 50 hours per week? Socialists say yes.

    So which surgeon do YOU want? And do you want the best of us, the most capable people in our society, settling for the average and status quo and not pushing themselves?

    Everything that is AWESOME about our society is because people pushed themselves. And yes, market forces were at play - that's what enabled people to push themselves - and others - to the limit.

    It never ceases to amaze me how socialists think that people are going to strive for the best and put in extra effort for the same wage. People are not wired that way. Remuneration SHOULD be based on your effort AND your performance, if not by performance alone. Some commission sales jobs are an example of a purely performance based occupation. And many people make excellent money doing it.
    Great story, but nobody mentioned the boardroom decision to replace all the unproductive workers with shuttle drones that can lift and carry 10 bags at a time. The management now enjoys a windfall of profits and revenue which a small portion is used to pay the now scab labor $5.00 an hour to clean their swimming pools, gardening, and other menial chores.
    All the bag carriers are now living in an illegally converted 2 car garage as tenants, they fight allot, they're miserable, overworked, and impoverished!

    The morrow of this story; BE THE BOSS!

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    Re: Every Woman you see in Corporate America (except the Secretaries) has an Affirmative-Action Job

    In 40 years in the scale business I only saw one woman under a truck scale ever...and it was my working partner's daughter! Women's roles at these establishments usually consisted of sitting in the weighmaster's shack handing out weight tickets.
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