eHarmony, Match.com, OkCupid, PlentyofFish, Zoosk, or others? On Valentine’s Day 2011, a TMZ reporter caught up with me and my wife in Hollywood. He asked me on camera, “How did you find your wife on the Internet? What were the secrets?” I declined to answer, that is, until now. My wife and I met at an online dating website in July 2008. She was a college student majoring in foreign languages, and working part-time at an online marriage agency. Based on our own personal experience as well as testimonies from our friends, we will tell you in this book the secrets of online dating and marriage agencies worldwide. You will learn how to avoid mistakes, and more importantly how to find your soul mate. Read this book before and after you sign up for any online dating website, marriage agency, or matchmaking service.
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New York Times bestselling author Jenny McCarthy gave you the unfiltered ups and downs of pregnancy, motherhood, and marriage in Belly Laughs, Baby Laughs, and Life Laughs. Now the inveterate truth teller gets to the down-and-(sometimes) dirty essence of every man/woman relationship: love and sex.
Meet Tony, Jenny’s first love, the boy of her teenage dreams, and Tubby, her dirty, sexy stuffed teddy bear. Follow Jenny on a whirlwind tour of the world of aphrodisiacs and fetishes, as she explains the importance of playing doctor and other nice and naughty fantasies. Jenny is at her hilarious, no-holds-barred best in Love, Lust & Faking It, sharing stories of her outrageous true exploits—from Playboy centerfold to nightmarish bargain boob job to meeting Brad Pitt—all the while reminding us to always aim higher, be kind to ourselves, believe in true love…and to have lots of fun and sex, without faking it.
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What Lies Ahead for Liquidity?
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Safely Navigating the Dating Minefield Hurt feelings, unmet expectations, dashed hopes, misplaced trust – these are just some of the potential time bombs that explode in dating relationships leaving a trail of broken hearts. Does it have to be this way? Do you have to stop dating to protect yourself and others from deep hurt? As a pastor of a large congregation and former singles pastor, author Chuck Milian has seen firsthand the broken relationships that occur when men and women don’t move with proactive care in and through their dating relationships. With pastoral wisdom and insight, Milian educates readers about defining expectations before they start dating, and he outlines a specific five-step dating plan that will help limit relational damage as they look for someone to share their lives with. The author encourages, challenges, and instructs believers in this comprehensive how-to-date handbook. He gives practical advice on wisely forming relationships with the opposite sex while still having fun, avoiding unnecessary hurts, making lifelong friends, and knowing “where they are” each step of the way. Filled with personal reflections and insights, singles will take a look back at their past relational mishaps and move forward into a biblically healthy and romantically fulfilling relationship as God intended it to be. This book remedies and reduces the casualties of the current dating minefield where hearts get broken daily and sometimes never recover.
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Everybody lies. If they say they don’t, they’re lying. Scientists have proven that excuses and lies have played a role in our evolutionary survival. Six-month-old babies first deceive with fake laughter and cries. So the question isn’t whether to lie, it’s how. Excuses & Lies for All Occasions provides verbatim lines for the workplace, friendships, family, your own inner thoughts, unpaid bills, and more. With this pocket-sized prompter, you’ll never contemplate the honest route again.
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“Account planning exists for the sole purpose of creating advertising that truly connects with consumers. While many in the industry are still dissecting consumer behavior, extrapolating demographic trends, developing complex behavioral models, and measuring Pavlovian salivary responses, Steel advocates an approach to consumer research that is based on simplicity, common sense, and creativity–an approach that gains access to consumers’ hearts and minds, develops ongoing relationships with them, and, most important, embraces them as partners in the process of developing and advertising.
A witty, erudite raconteur and teacher, Steel describes how successful account planners work in partnership with clients, consumer, and agency creatives. He criticizes research practices that, far from creating relationships, drive a wedge between agencies and the people they aim to persuade; he suggests new ways of approaching research to cut through the BS and get people to show their true selves; and he shows how the right research, when translated into a motivating and inspiring brief, can be the catalyst for great creative ideas. He draws upon his own experiences and those of colleagues in the United States and abroad to illustrate those points, and includes examples of some of the most successful campaigns in recent years, including Polaroid, Norwegian Cruise Line, Porsche, Isuzu, “got milk?” and others.
The message of this book is that well-thought-out account planning results in better, more effective marketing and advertising for both agencies and clients. And also makes an evening in front of the television easier to bear for the population at large.”
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Question by The Free Thinker – E.A.C.: Is the movie Expelled a perfect example of the lies behind Intelligent Design?
I accept Evolution as the scientific theory on the origins of species. If there was evidence to suggests otherwise and a new theory was established, I would accept that as well. I’m open to Intelligent Design, but this movie is marketed as the flagship of modern Intelligent Design and it’s filled with lies, quote-mining and tinfoil-hat conspiracy theories.
How am I to even consider Creationism as a valid hypothesis, when such propaganda is their message?
Whoops. I meant Intelligent Design at the end as well….
OM NOM NOM® Iz ded: Are you an ID-advocate? You just quote-mined me.
This statement is from the National Academy of Sciences:
Newspaper and television stories sometimes make it seem as though evolution and religion are incompatible, but that is not true. Many scientists and theologians have written about how one can accept both faith and the validity of biological evolution. Many past and current scientists who have made major contributions to our understanding of the world have been devoutly religious. At the same time, many religious people accept the reality of evolution, and many religious denominations have issued emphatic statements reflecting this acceptance.
Answer by Maurog II
I call Godwin’s Law on Expelled.
“Evolutionists” automatically win the argument, whatever it was supposed to be.
Add your own answer in the comments!
Christian Slater stars as best-selling author Wes Wilson, whose self-help book about honesty has saved millions of relationships. But when his fiancé is abducted and declared dead, Wes suddenly finds himself hunted by hired killers, beautiful spies, and a ruthless criminal mastermind (Academy-Award®-winner Cuba Gooding, Jr.) with a taste for both style and violence. What does Wes have that an international smuggling ring wants? Why did his late bride-to-be keep a secret room full of weapons? And who can he trust when nobody is what he or she seems to be? Sarah Ann Schultz and Playboy beauty Christa Campbell co-star in this explosive action thriller where truth and vengeance collide with Lies and Illusions.
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