pug at arlut.utexas.edu
Mon May 22 10:41:54 PDT 1995
> We're talking about definitions and economics. Economics are that not all
> members of a "nuclear family" are adults and as such are (probably) not
> wage-earners and therefore cannot pay their own way, putting a strain on
> the limited budget of the parents (whether it's a traditional, M/F pair, or
> M/M or F/F makes no difference).
Why must it be a pair even. I know families where there are 3 persons
who act as parents. As well, are the other members of the family limited
to being the children of the parents or are all dependants included?
> Once that is established, it makes it
> unnecessary to explain to the logical, intelligent mind that other "family"
> groups need not be defined.
The problem is defining "family" in particular.
Personally I don't care since I have the funds to afford the cost
associated with getting in, but there are only 2 people in my family
Phelim Uhtred Gervas | "I want to be called COTTONTIPS. There is something
Barony of Bryn Gwlad | graceful about that lady. A young woman bursting with
House Flaming Dog | vigor. She blinked at the sudden light. She writes
pug at arlut.utexas.edu | beautiful poems. When ever shall we meet again?"
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