Women Are Smarter: MacBeth

This is from an album called Calypso Music of Trinidad 1930″s-1940″s

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13 Comments on “Women Are Smarter: MacBeth”

  1. Bob Says:

    Of course they are! They out live us, have less stress, they end up spending our money either after they divorce us, or kill us. They have what we want and we men spend the better part of our lives and most of our fortunes trying to get it.

    • J.M. Heinrichs Says:

      … and they change their minds ‘more often’.


      • Bob Says:

        Which gives us stress. high blood pressure and heart disease.

      • katry Says:

        That is an “old wives tale.” Women tend to weigh the options and take longer because of it.

      • J.M. Heinrichs Says:

        It’s an old wives tale because they were the survivors. Basically the men were done in by the continual whiplash.


    • katry Says:

      I believe women have learned not to let men drive them to an early grave. Let the men rant and rave while the woman nods her head as if she were really listening. Women work and earn their own money and have no need of running to men with palms out. My father complained about how much my mother spent on groceries until he went shopping with her. He went to buy a pair of shoes and came back without them. He couldn’t believe how much they cost. My mother did all the shopping including his. MEN!

  2. Jeff in San Diego Says:

    Hi, Kat!

    Considering the title of your blog, I am surprised that you didn’t select this song:


    By the way, what I think might be the entire album is available for listening (or downloading) here:


    • katry Says:

      Hi Jeff,
      I actually have that song in my Coffee folder, and I might have played it way back in the Blogger version of Coffee before I got booted. Thanks for sending it as you’ve given me one of the themes for this weekend’s music. This will be right there!

  3. katry Says:

    Men are such babies!

  4. Marchbanks Says:

    I learned this one in my childhood from Belafonte’s Calypso album, where it appears as “Man Smart, Woman Smarter.”

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