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Bill Parcells: Show Some Respect for Menopausal Women

Former Dallas Cowboys Coach Bill Parcells is going through what he calls “male menopause. In a recent article written by sports writer Michael David Smith, Parcells is quoted as saying: "I've quit being ashamed of what I am. I'm a guy who loves football. ... You call it, maybe, a male menopause, when you realize you're no longer ashamed of what you are. ...”

For my menopausal sisters who don’t know who Bill Parcells is---all you need to know is he’s the football coach who couldn’t get it up enough to motivate his former Cowboys to the level they are now. Now he’s apparently headed to Miami to put together a Super Bowl caliber Team for Miami Dolphins fans. But he says "I don't want thugs and hoodlums on the team…"

My question to you Bill is, do you think all women were ashamed of themselves BEFORE they entered into menopause? Also, you say you don’t want thugs and hoodlums on your team----but are you aware that a woman in menopause would have absolutely no problem handling the type of people you refer to?!

If your hormones are out of whack, why not try Viagra and leave the menopause theory alone.

To read the complete article:

http://sports.aol.com/fanhouse/2007/12/27/bill-parcells-on-building-dolphins-roster-i-dont-want-thugs-a/1#c9524730

Comments

Big Dave T said…
That's why I don't like ex-coaches and ex-athletes in the announcing booth. They often don't make sense. And they just as often make outrageous comments just to get attention.

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