Controversy[ edit ] Anthropologist Helen Fisher in What happens in the dating world can reflect larger currents within popular culture. For example, when the book The Rules appeared, it touched off media controversy about how men and women should relate to each other, with different positions taken by New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd  and British writer Kira Cochrane of The Guardian. Sara McCorquodale suggests that women meeting strangers on dates meet initially in busy public places, share details of upcoming dates with friends or family so they know where they’ll be and who they’ll be with, avoid revealing one’s surname or address, and conducting searches on them on the Internet prior to the date. Don’t leave drinks unattended; have an exit plan if things go badly; and ask a friend to call you on your cell phone an hour into the date to ask how it’s going. If you explain beautifully, a woman does not look to see whether you are handsome or not — but listens more, so you can win her heart. That is why I advise our boys to read stories and watch movies more and to learn more beautiful phrases to tell girls.
Until politics came up. Leib, treasurer of the Philadelphia Young Republicans, answered honestly: This has been a lot of fun, but I think we’re two completely different people,"” Leib, 32, of Center City, recalled. What’s more important to know: Do you have herpes, or did you vote for Hillary?
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Previous Next Former employees at a local dating service claim they were forced to make questionable matches under high-pressure sales tactics. Sam Canterbury, who used to work at dating service “It’s Just Lunch,” told 10News she fell in love with her job as a matchmaker. Canterbury said the love quickly soured when she said the owner told her to set people up that clearly would not work. I said, ‘No bald;’ the guy was naturally bald,” she said. Lisa Purdum, the owner of “It’s Just Lunch,” defended the practice.
A confidential memo obtained by 10News detailed quotas and bonuses at the dating service. But if they didn’t, employees only received their base salary. Purdum admitted there are quotas involved. Canterbury and another former employee who did not want to be identified said it led to random and thoughtless matches.
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While investigating the trail of expenditures and appropriations for this specific account, there are issues for concern that have been found. The most concerning has been regarding budget amendment 16 from the county general fund that was approved in May Every item is supposed to have an account, so what was that money used for and why did the commissioners approve an incomplete amendment? However, there is no official record of that since it was without an account number.
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Documents from Gozo dating to… Notarial Archives discovery: It seems that in an attempt was made to tidy up the offices of the Notarial Archives and the process was left in the hands of a handyman who collected what he thought were old, torn papers and collected them in preparation to their disposal. Fortunately for Malta, they were not thrown away.
As a result, the staff of the Archives, led by the redoubtable Dr Joan Abela, has resurrected extremely important documents that date back to at least It must be pointed out that as a result of the ‘razzia’ by Turkish pirates in , and the pillage that followed, no paper records were left in Gozo. What remains of Gozo before can be found only outside Gozo. A few were found in the Palermo archives, but these rescued documents have been lying around in the Notarial Archives all these years and only now have they been identified and studied.
In , among the notaries working in Gozo there was Lorenzo de Apapis, who was caught in the ‘razzia’ but was redeemed after three years. A Joseph Zabbaro was also a notary in Gozo but he moved to Malta later. Intriguingly, according to the main notary of the Order, GB de Cantafiore, notarial records regarding Gozo came to Malta from Constantinople through France.
No explanation has been put forward in this regard. Among the soiled papers that were about to be thrown away, there is a copy of a will drawn up by Nuccio Chamoe in the acts of Angelo de Manuele copied by Lorenzo de Apapis. This document is thus the oldest surviving document regarding Gozo to be found in the Maltese Islands.
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Religion The Church of England is split over US plans to remove “husband and wife” from the marriage service. Plans by The Episcopal Church TEC to change its marriage service to a gay-friendly version which also removes mention of the word “procreation” were criticised in a letter from the Church of England’s Secretary General William Nye last October. But the proposals have received support from elsewhere in the English church, with more than members including Alan Wilson, the bishop of Buckingham, signing an open letter distancing themselves from Mr Nye’s statements.
His letter, which emerged earlier this month, threatened to cut ties with the US church, which is a fellow member of the worldwide Anglican Communion, if it introduces the new service as standard, replacing the current wording in its Book of Common Prayer. Couples can still use the words “husband” and “wife” when making their vows, though the gender-neutral “spouse” is also an option. The Episcopal Church asked other members of the worldwide Anglican Communion to respond to the new liturgy, prompting Mr Nye’s letter.
He said using the new service as standard would lead to a growing “pressure to dissociate” the Church of England from the US church as conservative members see any move at all in that direction as “completely unacceptable”. At a glance Where gay marriage has been legalised He urged the church to consider keeping the new service on “trial status” indefinitely to avoid “irrevocably redefining marriage”, adding that the new rites “constitute a clear divergence from the understanding of marriage held throughout the history of the Christian Church”.
However, in a letter published on Sunday evening addressed to the US church, liberal members of the Church of England said they were “grateful” for the move. They thanked TEC for recognising “a gender-neutral approach will enable us to become a loving and inclusive Church for all”. Campaigners also cited a survey which found that 45 per cent of British Anglicans said same-sex marriage was right , compared to 37 per cent who said it was wrong.
The Church of England has been embroiled in controversy over same-sex marriage and the status of gay people in the Church. Last year members of its general synod voted not to “take note” of a report by bishops which encouraged “welcome and support” for LGBT people but stopped short of allowing marriage or blessings for same-sex couples. Result Church of England gay marriage vote The vote prompted the Archbishop of Canterbury to say that a “radical new Christian inclusion in the Church” was required.