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  • Dad Gets Busy Even Off the Clock

    Negative stereotypes of American fathers — that they’re either couch potatoes or workaholics who are “never there” for the wife and kids — don’t hold true for most dads. In a typical year, Dad puts in the equivalent of 100 eight-hour “work days” outside the office on parenting, home maintenance, housework and civic activities.

    Father’s Day 2008

    Posted in Culture [slideshow_deploy]

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