The green blocks problemThis seems like just a typical IQ test question to me.
There are five blocks in a stack. In this stack, the second block from the top is green, and the fourth is not green. Is a green block definitely on top of a non-green block?
C) Cannot be determined
Meanwhile, Yahoo sports reports:
Women will get a chance to box in the Olympics for the first time in 2012. If the Amateur International Boxing Association has anything to say about it, they will be wearing skirts. ... Unsurprisingly, many top female boxers are against this plan. Three-time world champion Katie Taylor from Ireland does not want to wear something that she would find uncomfortable while fighting:Weird. Are they afraid that they might look feminine? Not too much chance of that.
"It's a disgrace that they're forcing some of the women to wear those mini-skirts. We should be able to wear shorts, just like the men.
"I won't be wearing a mini-skirt. I don't even wear mini-skirts on a night out, so I definitely won't be wearing mini-skirts in the ring."
You should definitly add a reaction "stupid" for your comments are really not smart. It is not a matter of feminity but a matter of comfort here: she "does not want to wear something that she would find uncomfortable".
It is like asking a swimmer to perform with pants on...
If she wants to be comfortable, then maybe she should try out for a sport that does not involve getting punched in the head.
I believe you are completely missing the point here.
Why is it so much bothering you by the way? Why should a woman be forced to wear a skirt while boxing ?
Female tennis players wear skirts. If Taylor really wants to be "just like the men", as she says, then I suggest that she compete against the men.
And if they want to vote, to have a job with responsibilities, to decide who they will marry, they should start growing tes*****s, am i right ?
The Olympics stopped the systematic sex testing of women in 1999. I suspect that some of these boxers have already grown testicles.
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