The Fall and Rise of Dating in America: Justin Garcia at TEDxBinghamtonUniversity

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What’s wrong with racial profiling Middle Easterners entering America in this day of terrorism?

Question by GOD BLESS AMERICA/ANTI LIB: What’s wrong with racial profiling Middle Easterners entering America in this day of terrorism?
Now read this very carefully. I’m not a racist. But let’s face it. We’re in a war on terror here people! Sacrifices are going to have to be made, and people of Middle Eastern descent must be singled out when entering America.
Why? Because let’s not forget that the terrorists masterminds of 9/11 were of Middle Eastern descent.
You think the prime suspects here are Irish nuns, older ladies in wheelchairs, little babies, and pregnant mothers?
No! They’re primarily Middle Eastern men!
For the sake of the survival of America, I think we must pursue this effective step, despite what the communist liberals think.
We did it during WW2. We need to do it here. And if your not for this, your against this country and our efforts to fight terrorism.
Spelling error. and if you’re not for
Spelling error- and if you’re against
Oh LOrd! The Oklahoma bomber didn’t create a pattern of terrorism like the Islamofascists!
God is my witness.

I have no problem with the patriotic, proud, loyal American Muslim in this country.
And you communist liberals have no better solutions to offer, except for CAPITULATING TO THE ISLAMOFASCISTS!

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Kat Finds a Friend, a St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Story (Glory of America, Catholic girls of the U.S.A)

Kat Finds a Friend, a St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Story (Glory of America, Catholic girls of the U.S.A)

Meet Kitty and Kat, best friends! Noisy brothers, crying babies, and an endless list of chores–that’s what Kat Walter thinks life is all about…until she meets Mother Seton and her daughter, Kitty. Her life will never be the same again! Continue the Glory of America Series in this story of the first American-born saint, Mother Seton. A unit study on Early American Trades is included in each book. For more stories in the series, check out The Orphans Find a Home also available on

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I’m 30, i’m a graphic designer and I am trying to get work in either canada or america, what are my options?

Question by : I’m 30, i’m a graphic designer and I am trying to get work in either canada or america, what are my options?
I am a 30 year old single Irish man, I have 2 degrees in Graphic Design, and as Ireland is in a pretty bad state at the moment, next year I am hoping to find work in the US or Canada, preferably in Graphic Design/Web design. I have almost 2 years experience in the printing Industry. I have lived in Canada for a year, but I have an unpaid phone bill, will that effect my chances at getting another visa for Canada or the US? Also will the fact that I am 30 stop me? I have applied for the US green card lottery. Any advice would be much appreciated.
I was in canada on a student visa, and I didn’t overstay, the visa was for one year and I left after 11 months and 2 weeks.

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To be brutally honest your chances are about nil.

To migrate to either the USA or Canada you need to be so skilled and experienced that no American or Canadian citizen could fill the vacancy, so about nil chance of a work permit.

At your age it’s to late for a working holiday visa and as an Irish citizen you are excluded from the visa lottery programme, same as UK citizens.

Compared to the other problems an unpaid phone bill is small beer.

Not trying to burst your bubble, just telling you like it is.

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The 2011-2016 Outlook for Dating Web Sites in North America & the Caribbean

The 2011-2016 Outlook for Dating Web Sites in North America & the Caribbean

This econometric study covers the outlook for dating web sites in North America & the Caribbean. For each year reported, estimates are given for the latent demand, or potential industry earnings (P.I.E.), for the country in question (in millions of U.S. dollars), the percent share the country is of the region and of the globe. These comparative benchmarks allow the reader to quickly gauge a country vis-a-vis others. Using econometric models which project fundamental economic dynamics within each country and across countries, latent demand estimates are created. This report does not discuss the specific players in the market serving the latent demand, nor specific details at the product level. The study also does not consider short-term cyclicalities that might affect realized sales. The study, therefore, is strategic in nature, taking an aggregate and long-run view, irrespective of the players or products involved.

This study does not report actual sales data (which are simply unavailable, in a comparable or consistent manner in virtually all of the countries in North America & the Caribbean). This study gives, however, my estimates for the latent demand, or the P.I.E. for dating web sites in North America & the Caribbean. It also shows how the P.I.E. is divided across the national markets of North America & the Caribbean. For each country, I also show my estimates of how the P.I.E. grows over time (positive or negative growth). In order to make these estimates, a multi-stage methodology was employed that is often taught in courses on international strategic planning at graduate schools of business.

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February 28, 2011
Obama Nixes Safe Drilling
By Jeffrey Folks
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar was in Houston this weekend talking with oil executives who are eager to start drilling again in the Gulf of Mexico. That may sound like progress, but after the meeting Salazar said that nothing had changed. He was not ready to approve any new drilling.

Despite everything that energy companies have done to devise advanced containment systems, Salazar is unwilling to issue a single new permit. Systems constructed by the nonprofit Marine Well Containment Company and other entities are now able to handle a flow equal or greater than that experienced during the Deepwater Horizon accident last summer. But that’s not enough for Salazar, who stated that even the most advanced systems have "limitations on water depth and barrel-per-day containment capacity."

Well, yes. Any system that could be devised would have limitations on depth and per-barrel capacity. But that’s not the point, as Mr. Salazar must know. The question is whether the new systems are able to handle the sorts of accident that might actually take place. Not the worst scenario that someone from the Interior Department could dream up. Combined with safely protocols now in place, the new containment equipment can do just that.

So why no permits for new drilling? It appears that the Obama administration is more interested in kowtowing to environmental donors in advance of the 2012 election than it is in controlling energy prices. Even with a federal court order to decide on new drilling in the Gulf by March 20, the Obama administration remains obdurate.

By refusing to grant a single deep-water permit in the Gulf, Obama has shut down access to one third of America’s oil supply. With Libyan oil fields now closed indefinitely and with uncertainty about future production elsewhere in the Middle East, it is a dreadful time to be shutting down America’s oil fields as well. Turmoil in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Kuwait, or Iraq would drive the price of oil up above 0 a barrel, at the very least. A prudent policy would be to increase domestic production in light of uncertainty abroad.

Some Americans are already paying a gallon for gas, but this is not just because of what’s happening in the Middle East. Government action on Gulf drilling permits would immediately calm the oil markets and bring down prices, even though new production would not come on line for several years. But instead of reducing prices, Obama seems is intent on driving them up.

It’s not just the Gulf of Mexico that is off limits. Obama opposes drilling anywhere offshore, including in the rich arctic region which is known to hold billions of barrels of oil reserves.

Just as bad, in his FY2012 budget Obama proposes cutting .4 billion of annual tax deductions for oil and gas drilling — deductions for depreciation and amortization that date back to 1913. Those tax deductions help energy companies pay for exploratory projects that then result in lower energy costs for all Americans. At a time when Obama is throwing away 0 billion on risky alternative energy boondoggles, a number of which have already gone bankrupt, he wants to end those modest tax advantages that actually result in the production of large quantities of new energy. That sort of accounting only makes sense to a politician.

Obama, in fact, is doing everything possible to curtail domestic energy production, and yet he says that "our dependence on foreign oil threatens our national security." If reliance on foreign oil puts America at risk, why not produce more oil at home? New drilling techniques including fracking, horizontal drilling, and deep-water drilling now make it possible to do just that, but Obama opposes all of these.

If the President knows that dependence on foreign oil threatens our national security and that new drilling techniques can increase domestic supplies, why is he intent on destroying our domestic oil and gas industry?

America is going to need new oil and gas production in a big way. In a new report, Charles T. Maxwell, the dean of U.S. energy analysts, has gone on record saying that regardless of what happens in the Middle East, oil prices are going up, way up. In a Barron’s interview Maxwell stated that oil prices will hit 0 by 2020. Maxwell arrives at this number by way of a straightforward calculation. By about 2015 global oil production will peak, but demand will continue to increase on a global basis.

That leaves Americans paying a gallon for gas, which is just about what Obama has said he wants. That certainly will help to end our dependence on foreign oil. The problem is there won’t be anything to take its place.

At a gallon, we won’t be driving around much in large SUVs or in small SUVs, either. Nor will we be enjoying cheap air fares or discounted cruises. The cost of transporting goods will triple, as will the cost of heating homes, schools, and offices. And those who think that solar and wind will take the place of fossil fuels are sadly mistaken.

As Maxwell points out, solar energy now supplies one tenth of one percent of America’s energy needs. Even with massive subsidies — the kind of subsidies that have already bankrupted the Spanish economy — solar and wind will never supply more than a small percentage of America’s energy needs. Since Obama, through EPA restrictions, is busy sabotaging coal and natural gas as well, and since America has no serious nuclear program underway, we are left with nothing.

Only a president who is extraordinarily stupid would fail to see this. Conclusion: Obama is either extraordinarily stupid, or he is willing to trade America’s national security for the support of environmentalist donors who are key to his re-election. Whichever it is, we’re in trouble.

North America claims Continental Cup curling crown

North America claims Continental Cup curling crown
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Tennis: Gates Mills’ Lauren Davis pumped for Australian Open
Former Gilmour tennis standout Lauren Davis was understandably elated to have qualified for the women’s singles tournament at the upcoming Australian Open, but she is also taking her first her first appearance in a Grand Slam event seriously.
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Walt Disney to Max Beerbohm: Ten of the greatest Cartoonists
From 20th century most iconic Disney images to Beerbohm’s caricatures of political, literary and theatrical personalities, here GERALD SCARFE, chooses his all-time favourites.
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New Broadways: Theatre Across America: Approaching a New Millennium

New Broadways: Theatre Across America: Approaching a New Millennium

In 1950, the terms “American theatre” and “Broadway” were virtually synonymous. As the new century begins, Broadway is only a small part of a vital, creative, and varied national theatrical scene. This lively and authoritative book combines a history of the many changes – the spread of regional and non-profit theatres, the rise of Off-Broadway and other alternatives, the decline of Broadway – with an analysis of their implications and the problems they have brought, a look at new audiences, the causes of failure, and the unexpected complications of success. Hardcover.Once upon a time in American theater, there was Broadway and there was the road. New shows might try out for Broadway on the road–theaters in cities such as New Haven, Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and Chicago, and Broadway hits might tour on the road for years. But until the 1960s, Broadway was more or less the center of the theatrical universe. As this new book chronicles, however, things have changed. Broadway’s output–particularly of non-musical dramas and comedies–has decreased, but the appetite for them has increased, leading to the mass decentralization of American theater in less than 35 years. New Broadways chronicles this trend shaped by regional theaters like the Alley Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Long Wharf Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, and others, and shows how new, regional playwriting voices are being cultivated.

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