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 Author Thread: Dating someone who has had casual sex?
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 31 (view)
 
Dating someone who has had casual sex?
Posted: 5/7/2017 5:59:07 AM
Three dates and no physical activity? She is definitely not into you, so why, exactly, would you be calling back?

Generally, you date to find a sexual partner. You can do all kinds of other activities if you don't have sex in mind....
 rearguard*2
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Older woman younger man
Posted: 4/26/2017 11:08:07 AM
Honore Blackman, Ursula Andress, Sophia Loren, JLo, Angie****nson, Catherine Bach, ....

Actually, there are loads of women in their 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s who are very attractive, and to men of all ages. As far as I can tell, if you are interested in being attractive to the opposite sex, you can be at any age, and to any age. If you are not interested, you won't be.

Being attractive gets you noticed, and lands you dates. Its entirely up to you to choose the relationships that you want to have. Everything else is simply wallowing in self pity.

Comments like the one above about relative wealth are, IMO just a sop to make one feel better about not getting what another person has.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 70 (view)
 
Older woman younger man
Posted: 4/25/2017 2:30:11 PM
No, ouija, its not all about you. It never really is.....
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 68 (view)
 
Older woman younger man
Posted: 4/25/2017 11:32:51 AM
Well, all those people out there who had younger partners who died, sometime considerably, before they did, or who came down with serious diseases or suffered other unfortunate consequences of being alive may differ with the perspective that its a prize to have cornered a younger partner. You can never be certain who will suffer from old age and catch you in an unfortunate situation. You may be hale and healthy today, but dead or sick tomorrow. I think is rather egotistical to think you can look at a potential partner and say "Oh no, I don't want to be stuck with some old fart in 10 years!". He may be stuck with you. In fact, I personally know of many cases where the younger partner went into a decline.

IMO, if someone you find attractive offers a relationship, go for it while you can. There are no guarantees.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 63 (view)
 
Older woman younger man
Posted: 4/25/2017 7:51:18 AM
There are a huge number of young men who are enamored by older women and would love to have a "relationship" with them. Hollywood is choc full of "sex symbols" who are in their 40s and 50s and some even older who are the hearts desire of men 20, 30 and 40 years their junior. If you don't think that is true, just check out a few of the famous cases. Same can be said for older men and younger women. Its just not true that either sex always prefers someone close in age, although many do prefer it that way.

As to what people say, outside of any relationship what do "people" actually know? Generally its nothing, and if there are any comments made they are typically based on personal bias, jealousy or envy rather than on any actual facts.

As was pointed out to me many decades ago by a friend, the only thing that limiting your view of possibilities for a relationship based on you own biases accomplishes is the limiting of your own chances for happiness. And, based on personal experience, he was exactly right.

You are not here for very long, the total number of people you can possibly meet and engage with is not all that large, and your happiness in a relationship depends on how you and the other person interact with each other. No relationships last forever, and your happiness can not be predicted by age, physical characteristics or any other aspect unless you have biases related to those things that you can't get past. Be open to what you can enjoy.
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 rearguard*2
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Msg: 19 (view)
 
is it any different over 45 than over 30?...
Posted: 4/24/2017 11:37:02 AM
Things got a lot better for me as I aged. But then, I am gorgeous, handsome, smart and well off.....:)
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 59 (view)
 
Older woman younger man
Posted: 4/24/2017 11:33:30 AM
Sigh...you people and your opinions about age and relationships....its just so fortunate that what you all say has no relationship to what actually goes on in real life. Its the same with Big Fish and his theories on relationships. Go out and get a life, experience reality, and realize that nothing in relationships is restricted by age, only by the people involved.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 38 (view)
 
Older woman younger man
Posted: 4/18/2017 10:51:04 AM
Well, when I was a younger man I was always attracted to older women, but in general they were far to smart to fall for my lines, and I definitely had the impression that women in general prefer an "older" man, although not much older when we are talking 30s and 40s. It was certainly true that younger women presented an easier target and as the years started to accumulate, it just became a lot less effort to go for the younger women.

I still have an eye for older women, however they generally appear to have lost a lot of interest in male relationships. They don't find the bother required to be worth it.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 253 (view)
 
honesty regarding sexual capability
Posted: 4/13/2017 11:39:10 AM
The Love Plane...theme from Fantasy Island.....
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 252 (view)
 
honesty regarding sexual capability
Posted: 4/13/2017 11:36:48 AM
Couch in a private jet I can see, but the****it of a small plane? Have to be on a day where the air pockets were few and far between IMO.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 233 (view)
 
honesty regarding sexual capability
Posted: 4/12/2017 9:38:45 AM
Yes, well, I bet the CEO of that airline will get a few million in bonus anyway.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 231 (view)
 
honesty regarding sexual capability
Posted: 4/12/2017 8:48:17 AM
Clooney...you just did imagine it....
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 1334 (view)
 
What do 50+ men want?
Posted: 4/12/2017 8:27:14 AM
Best places are grocery stores and hardware stores. Grocery stores with long checkout lines give you lots of time to chat up the ladies, exchange recipes, and check out their baskets to see if they have family commitments. Hardware stores on the w/e are full of single/divorced/widowed ladies staring blankly at the selection of screws and plumbing parts wondering how to get their shelves secured or their toilets working again. Easy pickings if you are at all handy. If not, go to the sewing sections of millenry stores and stare
blankly at the needles and threads. Eventually a woman will take pity on you and strike up a conversation.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 227 (view)
 
honesty regarding sexual capability
Posted: 4/12/2017 8:18:17 AM
Yeah, I always wondered about the pleasures of getting it on in an airliner toilet, but there are also those who savored the pleasures under a blanket in a semi-reclined seat. You got to realize that back in the day passengers actually had leg room and seats that reclined quite a bit. There was also the up against the wall crowd in the galley areas and of course, the first class cabins.

Air travel used to be a pleasant experience, not only because of the Mile High Club.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 224 (view)
 
honesty regarding sexual capability
Posted: 4/12/2017 6:29:22 AM
C'mon! This phrase dates from the advent of jet planes. Means making it while up in the air.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 39 (view)
 
Disagreements in relationships
Posted: 3/31/2017 11:32:48 AM

And are we magically wonderfully lucky that we have a partner that doesn't support
us or our convictions?


Well, if you are in a relationship with someone who does not support you or your convictions, I question what the nature of your relationship actually is. I guess that people do evolve, but I would think that any significant relationship would certainly depend on the couple supporting each other. Same could be said for convictions, although one would have to specify exactly what that means. There are those of differing religious views, for instance, that find a way to live happily ever after. I guess its about interpersonal respect. Just because you don't share the other's views in everything does not mean you do not respect them. I see a lot of people who rail against others with differing religious, political and social convictions, and I presume this must mean that these convictions are so important to them that they require anyone in their entourage to share them. If you feel that strongly about something, then there can really be no basis for calling what you have with them a relationship.

The other side of this is that convictions are a convenient sop for breaking down relationship bonds. If one could actually study the details of individual convictions, I would bet that no 2 people actually share identical spectra of convictions, and on that basis you can either never have a relationship with anybody, or if you do, you decide that some percentage of the convictions you hold are not critical to your happiness if not reflected by your partner. You are choosing your battles, and you do so based on the value you place on the relationship. After all, convictions are largely a social phenomenon based on mythical perceptions of how you should be based mostly on where and when you grew up and other social constraints. They are only significant in the broader social context. At the level of the individual, they can never be a significant factor in daily life.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 108 (view)
 
Profile Photos
Posted: 3/14/2017 9:21:03 AM
I have always found that a compatible date is determined largely by personality and that physical characteristics, while they are less important than personality, typically fall into a perfectly acceptable range if the personality fits. One big failing of dating sites is that you can't generally search for a suitable personality, while you can specify all kinds of physical characteristics. The only way to find out if the personality matches is to chat up the prospects, live a little life with them, and then see if they are emotionally and sexually compatible. For all the latter things, you don't really need a dating site, you need a social circle.

I also find that its very difficult to come up with photos that are true reflections of the experience of meeting people in person, unless you are an experienced professional photographer. You just have to compare the pic that people put up on their profiles to the ones that POF advertisers splatter along the opts of your various pages. Neither the advertising pics nor the profile pics are true reflections of what real life is like.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 31 (view)
 
Disagreements in relationships
Posted: 3/5/2017 5:29:48 AM
The thing to do is remind yourself of how magically wonderfully lucky you are that your partner is with you. Disagreements tend to become meaningless.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 20 (view)
 
Horrible dilemma, advice welcome please
Posted: 3/5/2017 5:25:48 AM
Love interests that are more than a half hour drive away are not particularly satisfactory. Its easy to fall in love with someone on another continent, wonderful to travel to see them a few times, but not something likely to blossom. The UK is chock full of "loves of your life", and statistically, at least a dozen live within 5 miles of you.

As for sending money, get real.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 1217 (view)
 
What do 50+ men want?
Posted: 2/2/2017 12:53:00 PM
Heard about Joe Beef but have not been. Supposed to be quite good.

Too cold and icy out this way to go there after morning sex...:(
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 1214 (view)
 
What do 50+ men want?
Posted: 2/2/2017 11:17:24 AM
Mother always said the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. More than a grain of truth there!
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 1209 (view)
 
What do 50+ men want?
Posted: 2/2/2017 11:02:08 AM
^^^ I'm in LOVE!!!
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 152 (view)
 
Has the Women's March affected your relationship?
Posted: 2/2/2017 10:58:17 AM
Mostly I thought the Women's March reflected the rather disturbing deterioration of the US social fabric and how many women down there are suddenly fearful of the loss of the progress that they have struggled to achieve over the last hundred years. What I found singular is the magnitude of the participation and the fact that US border people felt that preventing protesters from Canada from attending was justified.

I continue to be amazed that so many people in the world think it right and proper to treat women as second class members of society. Unfortunately, it does appear that people who hold that view are in the great majority of human beings. Its almost like most people are completely unaware of what women are here for and what they are actually like.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 1207 (view)
 
What do 50+ men want?
Posted: 2/2/2017 10:46:52 AM
Morning sex! Really!!!

Personally, I look for someone who can whip up a nice cream style soup on a cold Winter's day....
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 96 (view)
 
Is there any way to address a potential boyfriend's cheapness?
Posted: 1/19/2017 10:41:34 AM
Sorry! I still think of FFS as Deb from Australia...
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 93 (view)
 
Is there any way to address a potential boyfriend's cheapness?
Posted: 1/18/2017 7:36:13 AM
FFS? Have not seen her in years. Changed her handle?
 rearguard*2
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Spammers
Posted: 1/18/2017 7:24:10 AM
Mostly I find the spammers hilarious. Its easy to spot the fake profiles. Google image search is a basic check, but you can also pick up a lot from the time messages are sent. If you get stuff from 3:00 AM, it most likely means they are in a different time zone.

Usually the phone scammers I string along for a while. Waste their time.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 42 (view)
 
Increasing your chances to date someone with high education level
Posted: 1/18/2017 7:16:26 AM
Never really had a girlfriend without a college degree, most with masters, except when I was in high school. Then, I went out with a girl who had not even graduated from high school. Worked out fine for me.

Got nothing against people who are not "highly educated". Just never met any to date for some reason. Social circle, I presume.

Never found educated women to be anything but interesting.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 20 (view)
 
Increasing your chances to date someone with high education level
Posted: 1/12/2017 1:07:28 PM
Want to improve you chances of getting a date?

Don't do the following things:
1) Spend time on internet dating sites.
2) Go home at night and watch TV or internet videos.
3) Become a gym rat and pump iron 5 days a week.
4) Use a cell phone everywhere.
5) Worry about what others might think about your accent, height, girth, face, clothes,....

Do the following:
1) Pay attention to what others say in a conversation you may have..
2) Place the care of yourself in the hands of others.
3) Let your Mother know you want a mate.
4) Fill your spare time with events where there are crowds of people you can talk to.

In NYC and most major cities there are lots of events where lonely educated women spend their time wishing they would meet someone. Just be open and let it happen.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 171 (view)
 
Tattoos or No Tattoos?
Posted: 1/10/2017 9:30:47 AM
I have to say that while tattoos can be very nice on a younger woman, I have seen them on older women for whom the skin has deteriorated with age, and the tattoos look considerably less appealing to me on them. In any event, I have never personally dated anyone with a tattoo, mainly because the occasion has never arisen.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 167 (view)
 
Tattoos or No Tattoos?
Posted: 1/9/2017 12:44:19 PM
If God wanted us to have tattoos, He would have imprinted an SKU on our foreheads!

Ooops! He did. Its called you DNA!
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 96 (view)
 
Old Pictures
Posted: 1/9/2017 6:11:59 AM
More and more I come to see that people understand what they read in terms of their own preconceptions and motivations. Makes it very hard to communicate anything to people you don't really know.

While I am aware that everyone reacts differently to the physical aspects of appearance, I do believe that for every case of deplorable behaviour like the one cited by HS above, there are many more out there where love triumphs all. My personal experiences have certainly reflected that view.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 93 (view)
 
Old Pictures
Posted: 1/8/2017 2:14:35 PM
Well, I did not imply anything about what you stated. I certainly do not think that people come to care less about physical appearances with time. Whit I said was that people tend to pay less attention to the familiar than they do to the novel. It why people get traffic tickets when signage or configurations change on the roads they habitually use. This has to do with known and proven human behaviour, and has nothing to do with whether people care about things.

The caring issue is simply proven. You love your mate, they are scarred in a bad accident, you don't stop loving them (usually), and you stop thinking about their appearance and concentrate on how they make you feel.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 91 (view)
 
Old Pictures
Posted: 1/8/2017 6:56:51 AM
What I learned from long term participation on various chat/forum sites is that one eventually discovers what the participants actually look like. Early on, the pics are carefully selected to be flattering, often dated and completely unrepresentative of the person. Later, as personal confidence grows and the relationships with the fellow forumites grows, people start posting pictures that actually look like themselves. In the long run, what people look like becomes disconnected from their personality on line, and they stop posting pictures entirely. Its pretty much the same in real life. You don't really see what your friends and partners look like after a while, and you don't appear to really care about physical appearance.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 180 (view)
 
Do you hide your political affiliation on dates?
Posted: 12/20/2016 10:43:30 AM
I would think that Heaven is the ultimate leftist paradise, can't really decide on the political position of Hell. I only wonder if either place has WiFi. If neither, whatever will I do for all eternity without a message board to pass the time? I suppose the being an atheist sort of solves all those issues. Dead people have no politics and atheists would have no afterlife.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 161 (view)
 
Do you hide your political affiliation on dates?
Posted: 12/17/2016 6:02:31 AM

You should date. It's a limited pool of Trump daters.


Ha,ha,ha....

Sorry, but I am strictly hetero...no interest in dating the Donald at all.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 157 (view)
 
Do you hide your political affiliation on dates?
Posted: 12/16/2016 2:13:34 PM

I never took you seriously because you are full of shit.



Deaf, blind, dumb, uncomprehending.



You are delusional



You vote an unqualified person



I suspect you are just a commonplace idiot


Lots of content there! From reading your history I could certainly go on for several pages. No doubt about it, you are a real peach.


Who cares?


Obviously, you care.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 150 (view)
 
Do you hide your political affiliation on dates?
Posted: 12/16/2016 7:28:54 AM
If there was ever a clear attempt to "silence" people with opposing views, its her rant. Too bad she has no actual knowledge of the people she is trying to shout down.

In terms of who I would date, she is a pretty good example of who I would not want to spend any time with. I do, distinguish, however, between someone with different political views and someone who is simply a bigot.
 rearguard*2
Joined: 2/8/2008
Msg: 147 (view)
 
Do you hide your political affiliation on dates?
Posted: 12/16/2016 4:37:28 AM
^^^^ Well, I have lived all my life as a member of a minority in a place when discrimination against my minority is the vigorous norm at all levels of the local society. Its based on language, religion and even where you happen to live, and is institutionalized, legalized, and socially manifest. Its a place where your name matters.

You are likely a better fit to the stereotypes of your rant. I can only conclude that you have read nothing of the analyses of the US election results which showed, amongst many other things, that the US media did indeed "silence" what you call the "whites", and that large segments of other segments of US society like "blacks", "Hispanics" and "College Educated Women", whatever those labels mean, voted for Trump.

You certainly don't know anything about my life experiences, and I would suspect you have no interest in anything outside of your own personal issues.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 144 (view)
 
Do you hide your political affiliation on dates?
Posted: 12/15/2016 9:38:14 AM
The phenomenon of Trump is part of a fairly global movement in the West towards a reaction to the drift of the liberal philosophy towards increasingly marginal issues in society. While I can certainly say I would generally prefer a liberal view of the world, its pretty clear that the public discourse and the political dialog are currently dominated by issues that directly affect increasingly small and peripheral aspects of society, while at the same time there is less and less discourse about the issues facing the mainstream of society. Liberal social engineering unfortunately has moved into a mode of imposing on the bulk of the population laws and policies which affect things that most people never encounter, while demonstrating complete impotence in the face of bread and butter issues. Of course, a reaction was inevitable, and of course it is a reaction that appears to be as unnecessarily extreme to the liberals as the plunge of liberalism into the abyss of special interest legislation.

Its a simple example of the old hierarchy of needs.model of modern psychology. People who don't know how to pay the rent and feed the kids with security don't want to hear about LGBTQ+ issues, and frankly don't really care much about anything beyond their own survival. Yes, the planet may be endangered over the next decades by carbon pollution, but if the local plant shut down and you can't buy food, you probably couldn't care less.

It is depressing that the reaction to what are commonly perceived as liberal excesses is the election of Donald, and it will be a disaster for many important advances in social justice that liberalism has brought. It is, however, directly the fault of liberals themselves caused by their lack of balance between liberal ideals and the basic needs of the silent and silenced majority.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 142 (view)
 
Do you hide your political affiliation on dates?
Posted: 12/15/2016 7:38:34 AM
I am not so sure that a person's political or religious views are as important as whether a person is prepared to respect the views of others and avoid trying to change the other person's views to their own. I am not religious and have had good relationships with others who are seriously religious. I tend to be liberal in my own views, but I do think that in many areas liberalism has gone way beyond what is either reasonable or sane.

If you are a campaigner, you probably won't get along with me, unless you can respect my views and accept being with someone who is different from you.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 43 (view)
 
SCAMMERS
Posted: 12/9/2016 5:37:12 AM
Women can have great bodies at any age, but I can still pick out the 20 year olds from the 40 year olds from the 60 year olds. Don't recall the bikini pics, althought there was local woman with such pics who was clearly the age she claimed to be.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 41 (view)
 
SCAMMERS
Posted: 12/8/2016 5:04:26 PM
Oh, I don't think they are very sophisticated at all. The most recent one that I found claimed to be from a place here that is 99% French speaking, yet the profile was all English with would just never happen in that place. Duh! Not only that, the profile pic was a woman wearing a see through dress on a 30 year old body while claiming to be 58 years old. While there are a lot of good looking women out there near 60, I have yet to see any posting pics flashing their body parts.....
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 39 (view)
 
SCAMMERS
Posted: 12/8/2016 6:11:08 AM
I figure POF is getting a lot better at detecting scammers. Lately a couple of too good to be true profiles popped up on my matches list, only to vanish within 24 hours. The scammers are obviously not too good at generating fake profiles.....

Either that, or its their method of creating a fake profile, get a few offline contacts, then delete the profile.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 27 (view)
 
Pre-nuptial agreements and how they apply to mature relationships
Posted: 11/29/2016 3:01:05 PM
Well, I can't say that I agree with your ladder view of relationships. I think that successful relationships are intrinsically creative endeavours that depend on the motivations of the people involved. Granted that each person may well perceive some benefit to themselves in the relationship, and that may drive their motivation at least in the early stages, but I think that both parties create, or try to create, their own version of heaven within the relationship, and any perception of hierarchy declines in importance.

What you value is what is created, which is the result of the separate motivations of the partners to the relationship.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 18 (view)
 
SCAMMERS
Posted: 11/29/2016 11:39:47 AM
We abandoned punishment for crimes about 2 centuries ago and replaced it with a system of micro-management that prescribes an infinitely fine array of penalties that are supposed to balance the pain against the crime. Its all a make work project that we (collectively) feel is more humane that the 3 historical punishments of humiliation, chastisement and death. Of course, we have also vastly expanded the range of criminal behaviour to feed the hugely expanded judicial system and those who depend on it for a living. Today we have all kinds of crimes with no victims, like drug possession, the criminalization of which has had virtually no effect on anything except taxation levels.

Unfortunately, the minute details of any crime do matter. Worse, its evident from the false conviction rate, that knowing what actually happened is very difficult.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 13 (view)
 
SCAMMERS
Posted: 11/29/2016 9:07:01 AM

Who is Karla?


Karla is a lovely young woman who murdered her sister and another woman with her sometime boyfriend, lied about her involvement, managed to get a deal from the courts before evidence hidden by her legal team came out, served he sentence, changed her name, and lives happily in the suburbs with a new husband and children.
 rearguard*2
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Pre-nuptial agreements and how they apply to mature relationships
Posted: 11/29/2016 9:02:30 AM

would think you are old enough (experienced) to understand that "looks" themselves is not the most important thing in a relationship


Indeed I do think you have a point, however, I do not believe that attraction, which is entirely a personal trait, can be excluded from the parameters of a new relationship. I doubt that anybody goes after someone they find unattractive, although the attraction may be something more than purely physical.

If someone is physically attractive, whatever that may mean, I would suspect that they would receive a larger number of offers than someone who is not. Hence, if they are somehow determining that these offers are all unacceptable, can they be really looking for a relationship? Generally in life you are not really exposed to that large of a population of suitors, and it typically does not take more than a few months to connect if that is what you are looking for.
 rearguard*2
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Pre-nuptial agreements and how they apply to mature relationships
Posted: 11/29/2016 6:00:45 AM
If you are going to marry, make certain she is worth more than you are. No problem with a divorce.

Its all about money, you know!

One question popped into my mind: If you notice people on a site like this for many years who say they are actively looking for a relationship, and they appear to be reasonably attractive, can they really be looking for a relationship? Strikes me that is should take less than 5 years to find someone to cuddle up with at night.
 rearguard*2
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Msg: 52 (view)
 
REJECTED!!!
Posted: 11/24/2016 9:49:39 AM
Oh, okay. I had not realized what an insulting individual she is. I have not been the object of her affections in the past. Thanks for the heads up.
 
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