Kleinheider lectures me
on the benefits of marriage.
Women and marriage make males better men. Does this mean men are somehow weak, wicked or incompetent? You damn skippy. What of it?
And then he sweet-talks me some.
Women left to their own devices and without structure can be just as scandalous as men. Depraved, despicable, and disagreeable, the female is. Just like men. Well, not just like men. Obviously, female failings manifest differently and thus the benefits derived from marriage are different but the ladies need us just as much as we need them. Believe.
And then he throws in a Shakespeare reference.
Us humans, we are people who need people -- in the proper context and with the proper structure in place. Does marriage "domesticate" men? No doubt. Properly configured, though, marriage tames that shrew as well.
And what can I say?
He's wrong, but I totally [heart] Kleinheider anyway.