"The Boss" in this case is not Bruce Springsteen. It's the household nickname for the painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, one of the fathers of the Impressionist Movement.
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When my son was younger and deep in the throes of a textbook Oedipal Complex, he looked at me with all sincerity and said, "Mom, why did you marry Dad? Why didn't you wait for me?"
Incest in the arts and literature is not new -- going back as far as Greek mythology -- but it was almost always disguised or implied. Now these twisted romances are depicted in graphic detail for all to see.
Baking for a new guy too soon? That's a rookie mistake. (Take it from a former rookie.)
Some feel that allowing an evolutionary basis for bad behavior is akin to making a Stone Age excuse for current moral failures.
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