If TOC did quotes of the day, this would be today’s:

As a very off-the-subject side note, the Atlantic cover story on torture contains this sentence, intended as part of its condemnation of U.S. interrogation techniques: “But 48 days and nights with no more than four hours’ sleep every 24, combined with stress positions, hypothermia, and forced nudity, push these nuances over a line any decent person would acknowledge.” Aside from the hypothermia, this is a precise description of the two-month period during which I gave birth to twins.

Amy Ridenour at National Center Blog. RTWT

Could this be an explanation for why some women tell their husbands what they really think while giving birth?