How does dating website help to build relationship?

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I want to join a Free dating website. Does dating website help to find friendship and build relationship.

Give me a list of valid reasons why somebody should join a dating website.

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Answer by Ahmed Yehia
the reasons

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Men!!! Is he a friend or more? Help!?

Question by : Men!!! Is he a friend or more? Help!?
have been working with this guy for over a year and have had a crush on him since day one. We are very close in work but he was in a relationship until 2 months ago. Since then he is crazy to plan work nights out and a few of us have even booked a trip to the UK (I’m Irish) for a weekend away.
He has kissed two other girls from work since he’s been single, however nothing even remotely serious came out of it. He told me when he had a few drinks one night that it was me he really wanted, but NEVER acts on it! (He has no issues trying it with the other two girls!!)
We text ALL the time. Normally 2 days a week, but it has been increasing. Eg. This week its been 4 days! We text from morning to night non stop, and there all really long and detailed messages.
I am currently setting my best friend up with one of his mates and he is totally involved, loving it! He has involved himself totally suggesting that me him a few others could go along when they meet up.

Are we friends or more??

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I can see it being more.

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Need Advice! HELP!!!!- Gay Irish guy!!!?

Question by : Need Advice! HELP!!!!- Gay Irish guy!!!?
Okay well as ya can see from the title im Irish, A fella and Gay..LOL..well here i need yere help and im a first timer at this thing!…so take it handy on me! ;D.. I’m at the moment dating 3 guys!…One i have been promised to because he is gone to america! and we hit it off! I mean we were talking about marriage and Kids and Our perfect life! call him america man!..Then there is Sexi older guy!..This fella takes my breath away…we spent our first night together just gazing into each others eyes and talking, We watched movies and it just felt Right!…Then there is Part-time college dude…We meet accidently!…just bumped into each other and i felt a spark and chill (a good one) ! we danced and talked, We had a Laugh, Talked about stuff we had in common and there is alot!!!! Seriously! Can ye see my Problem!..They are all good looking and Interesting! Each of them always bring a smile to my face and know how to cheer me up!..I said to them that I needed a Break so im single!…ATM! So guys and Gals who would ya PICK???? HELP!!!!

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Answer by Kellogg
One of the great things about being gay is you never have to commit to a single partner. That’s why the whole gay marriage issue is never taken seriously in the United States.

You should invite all your boyfriends to a party and enjoy them all at once! Or just go behind their backs, it doesn’t matter either way.

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Student Handout #6: The Chosen Ones – A History of Selective Immigration. Anyone help?? Social Homework?

Question by bdinney22: Student Handout #6: The Chosen Ones – A History of Selective Immigration. Anyone help?? Social Homework?
k so we have to do this handout for social above is the name of the handout. i will paste the work sheet followed by the questions help asap would be appreciated 🙂

With the exception of the First Nations, everyone in Canada is either an immigrant or descended from immigrants. But how did all these people, from so many different countries, end up living here? What criteria did they have to meet in order to gain entry? The truth may explode some long-cherished myths about Canada’s immigration history.

As late as 1910, those wishing to move to Canada were subjected to a ranking system based on racial origin and how well immigration experts thought they could adapt to life in this country. It wasn’t until the 1960s that the Department of Immigration discarded these racial criteria and adopted a more tolerant attitude towards ethnic minorities. But in order to take a comprehensive look at Canada’s immigration policy, we have to go back another 300 years.

In 1660, immigrant settlement in Canada was mainly restricted to villages scattered along the St. Lawrence River. Most inhabitants were traders, merchants and soldiers and the area was nominally controlled by the French Crown. For years, the colony languished. French authorities considered it a backwater. Some said its only claim to worthiness was the quality of the furs in the region. But this changed when France’s arch-enemy, England, fixed her imperialistic eye on the New World. France knew the key to retaining the colony was to populate it.

To bolster the predominantly male population along the St. Lawrence, beginning in 1665, more than 700 French women were imported into the colony. Many were impoverished and their expenses were paid by the Crown, which led them to be known as les filles du roi, daughters of the King. This novel approach had the desired effect as the population grew.

Then, from 1665 to 1760, another 8,000 immigrants settled in Canada. Nearly all were single men and many didn’t care for what they encountered. For every one that remained, two returned to Europe. Canada’s early immigration policy was obviously flawed.

For more than a century, with the notable exception of les filles du roi, authorities encouraged male immigration. Single men could be transported cheaply, with many working aboard the ships to defray the price of passage. It was rationalized that, without families to encumber them, these men would travel the colony searching for work and settling where they liked. Married men, especially those with children, were considered inappropriate immigrants. It was believed they would abandon the colony rather than subject their loved ones to privation. This attitude changed in the 1750s when Britain tried to colonize Nova Scotia with loyal Protestants. It was hoped these staunch Englishmen would counterbalance the Catholic population in Quebec.

It is estimated that 2,500 Protestants came to the area between 1750 and 1780. But of the single males in this group, fully two-thirds disappeared from colonial records. They did not settle in Nova Scotia. They either slipped away to the United States or joined the army. As colonists, they were a total loss. However, among the married men, only one-third did not settle permanently. The British government was quick to realize it got much better value out of families, even though single men were cheaper to settle. This shift in thinking influenced Canadian immigration policy for nearly 50 years. As one historian put it, “families were channels for information and assistance, and an important source of support in adjusting to life in a new location.” A prime example occurred around 1815, when a group of Irish immigrants settled in Upper Canada.

Once the original group was here, they began writing letters home. They extolled life in Canada as compared to the conditions they left in Ireland. As a consequence, more family members immigrated and so did friends and neighbours. This became known as chain immigration and was quickly acknowledged to be a more effective colonization tool than the random importation of single males. Canada’s immigration policy was maturing.

For 200 years the primary reason for people coming to this country was the fact that they could get free land. All that changed at the beginning of the 20th century. Labour-seeking immigrants began to outnumber land-seeking settlers. This was amply demonstrated when the railroad was being constructed through the interior of British Columbia. Thousands of Chinese workers came to Canada hoping to earn wages unheard of in their homeland. They were here strictly to earn money, not to take up homesteads. They represented not only a drastic shift in the trend of immigration, but also a dramatic change in the way officials viewed those seeking access to this country.

The attitude adopted toward the Chinese was: if they wanted into Canada to work that was fine, but only male labourers would be allowed to immigr
that could probbaly help. paste what you know!! thanks!!

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Answer by Mahl
I really only know about current things to do with immigration to Canada. I’m not really sure if that will help or not. If it will, just reply to this, and I will message with the stuff I know.

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essay revision help? ASAP?

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okay, here’s the deal: for my ENL 102 class, we have to write an essay on stereotypes and the historical basis of a certain stereotype, etc. I chose to write about the “drunken Irishman” stereotype. I already have an essay written, but my professor is asking us to revise it (as she always does). I’m just having trouble revising this particular essay because — although I know it isn’t perfect — I just can’t seem to find the right words to rephrase certain things. I’ve decided I’ll just post my essay and I’ll show you where I’m having trouble revising. I guess it’s just way more difficult for me because I’m one of the types of people that needs EVERY word to sound great and flow very nicely… I’m very picky. Anyway, here it is (and this is cited in APA format, but I’m not including the references page in this post):

Here’s to Being Single, Drinking Doubles, and Seeing Triple

As the saying goes, an Irish seven-course meal consists of a six-pack of beer and a potato. While the Irish have long been portrayed as a drunken, violence-prone lot, questions are being raised about the validity of such stereotypes. Where did this “drunken Irishman” stereotype originate? Is there any historical basis to this claim? The evidence may surprise you: historical information is backed by new studies, which suggest the fabled stereotype actually holds some truth.
The Irish began their first large-scale emigration to the United States in the 1850s and 1860s as the potato famine was ravaging through the Emerald Isle. Upon arriving on America’s shores, the Irish were thrust to the battle lines of the Civil War. Fighting for both the Union and Confederate Armies, the Irish soldiers quickly gained a reputation as drunken fighters. As Union General Regis de Trobriand once noted, “When whiskey was first introduced into the camp clandestinely, it was in the Irish quarter that the officer of the guard first found it. The most severe punishments availed nothing.” (Keller, 2009) There are additional reports that the Irish attempted to clean up their act by establishing the Irish Temperance Association of 1861, but the indelible mark on history had apparently already been made. (Keller, 2009)
Fast-forward to modern times and we are able to see the drinking stereotype that originated during the Civil War may hold more truth than originally thought. In a 2006 European Union study, researchers found that the Irish drank more than twice as much alcohol as their neighboring countries. (Kelleher, 2006) Additionally, a study was released at the beginning of 2009 that compared alcohol-related death rates between Irish immigrants living in Britain with residents of England and Wales. The results are astounding: Irish immigrants are twice as likely to die from alcohol-related complications than their United Kingdom counterparts. (Battles, 2009)
These statistics may seem shocking, but doctors explain that there are multiple causes for these unfortunate results. To begin with, low-skilled Irish workers originally came to Britain in search of jobs. Irish men would typically congregate outside of pubs in the morning and wait to be picked up for work. After work, the men would often be dropped off at the pubs and “leave their wages behind the bar.” (Battles, 2009) Nowadays, although Irish immigrants are coming in search of more advanced occupations, they still tend to arrive as single individuals rather than as a family unit. As such, Irish immigrants are likely to frequent pubs to combat the loneliness they feel upon arrival in Britain. As Gary Fereday, the chief executive of Immigrant Counseling and Psychotherapy in London, observes: “One of the places you congregate when you’re a single adult is the pub. You are led towards alcohol.” (Battles, 2009)
Thus, it appears that the “drunken Irishman” generalization isn’t fabricated. The Irish have a tendency to acquire a drinking problem, and this nasty stereotype isn’t going anywhere in the near future. Rather than trying to fight against the facts of history, the Irish say to grab a pint and join in the old Irish toast: “Here’s to a long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one; a pretty girl and an honest one; and a cold drink and another one!”

now here’s my problem with this essay:
in paragraph 2, I want to find some way to revise the first sentence so as to focus more on the Civil War aspect, seeing as that’s what I talk about for the majority of the paragraph.
I also don’t like how I wrap things up in the concluding paragraph with “The Irish have a tendency to acquire…” and I can’t seem to think of a way to make that flow better. Help please? thank you SO much!!

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Answer by xavier
Well I am not a master at writing but I think I can help you a little.
1. In the second paragraph you could just say something like ” In the 1850s and 60s, many Irish immigrated to the U.S. to get away from the perilous potato famine, only to be thrust in a tussle they had no part in creating” or something along those lines. YOu just have to find a way to combine the first two sentences.

2. How about “Irish drinkers are genetically predisposed to enjoy their habit…”
hope I helped at lesat a little >:D

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divorced women needs ue help?

Question by Ashley: divorced women needs ue help?
hello, im a divorces women and i have 3 kids who are citizens but im not and i don’t have a green card, i have been here legally and i want to know if i can get a green card or anything through them. i tried applying for a green card but i was denied any help would be greatly appreciated thanks =]

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Answer by box of rain
Hire an attorney.

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How do I help my friend find a boyfriend?

Question by musicislife: How do I help my friend find a boyfriend?
My friend is 18 years old. She is very quirky but a total sweet heart! She has never had a boyfriend, let alone been on a date before…she lacks self confidence which makes it extremely hard for her to find a relationship. I have tried so hard to help her andnothing helps…what do i do?!?

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Answer by gengen
give her a make over and then maybe you can go on a double date.

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Can my friend find help to care for his mentally disabled brother?

Question by veggie: Can my friend find help to care for his mentally disabled brother?
My friend is 35, he lives with his fathers of old age and a mentally disabled brother. He’s very intelligent but has not been able to do anything in life (not even a girlfriend) since the brother has become a burden. The brother has the mind of a baby and the body of a wrestler and my friend is the only one that can control him. the brother can become violent and the parents are fragile (the father is also a bit mentally unstable). They are poor and live of social security and welfare. The state (Puerto Rico) does not provide institutionalized care. What can he do? He’s throwing his life away!

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Answer by RothJJ
Suggestion: send the brother to New York. Cost of living is high but it may provide institutionalized care. The smart brother can go to one of the universities there if he really is as intelligent as you say.

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Is there help for young divorced women?

Question by Profile Deleted: Is there help for young divorced women?
I guess I’ve read too many romance novels in my lifetime. I believed in love and thought leaving everything to marry my husband and start a wonderful life with him was going to bring me…well, us…happiness for a lifetime. Tomorrow is our one year anniversary and it just seems more like a disappointing day than anything since we’ve been planning on a divorce. I let college, the people I were staying with, and pretty much everything to follow him around with his military job. I have no money, no car, no college degree, and no hope right now.
Where can I get help? Can I get tuition assistance to live in college dorms? Can I get housing assistance? What can I do?

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Answer by sweetsfromdat817
apply for financial aid

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