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Are morals absolute and never changing, or do they change with the times??..   starts on 242

What is moral 1000 yrs ago is moral today and will be moral in another 1000 yrs
 6 (21.4%)
Morals can change with the times
 20 (71.4%)
Dunno/Other
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« Reply #1020 on: April 02, 2007, 05:51:01 PM »
http://www.assmatrix.com/types.htm    NSFW!

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« Reply #1021 on: April 02, 2007, 06:08:46 PM »
Universal truths that all men should--but don't--understand
Illustrations by: Juliette Borda, By: Lisa Jones

1. Saying "I love you" immediately before, during, or following sex doesn't count.

 

2. Real men drive stick shift.

 

3. I will leave if you lie.

 

4. You are cute in raglan-sleeved T-shirts (two-toned baseball undershirts).



5. I'm convinced I'm pregnant and obsess about it for a minimum of 24 to 48 hours before my period, even when I have no rational reason to think so.

 

6. I love it when you hug me from behind and whisper in my ear.

 

7. "Fine" is never an appropriate response when I ask you how I look.

 

 8. Most of the time when I fantasize, it's about you.

 

9. I'm terrified of becoming my mother, even though I admire her.

 

10. I get turned on simply seeing that I have an e-mail from you.

 

11. I expect you to call me.

 

12. Only rock stars are allowed to wear leather pants.

 

13. I'm scared of losing my independence.

 

14. I'm more forgiving of you than I really should be.

 

15. Oral sex is your get-out-of-the-doghouse-free card. Manolo Blahnik shoes also do the trick.

 

16. You did something bad. I seem cool with it. I'm not. (See directly above.)

 

17. If I'm not having sex with you, I'm... a. ...having a fat day. b. ...not feeling "connected" to you. c. ...blackmailing you to get something I want.

 

18. Shoes determine whether you're fashionable or not.

 

19. I own a Debbie Gibson CD, and I'm not afraid to use it.

 

20. When I compare my flabby tummy to a kangaroo pouch, say nothing.



21. A man I love plans the occasional fancy-schmancy dress-up date and impromptu weekend getaways, and he buys my favorite candy in advance when we're just going to the movies.

 

22. You look hot in hooded clothing items.

 

23. You should never tell me what to do.

 

24. If I slept over, you owe me breakfast.

 

25. My breasts love much licking and sucking.

 

26. If you ask me out directly, I will say yes.

 

27. I'm very impressed when you ask for my advice.

 

28. I'm unimpressed with a man who doesn't take the lead.

 

29. When in doubt, go with the shirt that matches your eye color.

 

30. I want to be Madonna.

 

31. Women get urinary-tract infections easily, so watch (and wash) your fingers.

 

32. I'm in heaven when you hold my hand.

 

33. You're sexy when you're shaving, fixing things, wearing a white T-shirt and jeans, driving, eating a peach, holding a baby.

 

34. I need to hear how you feel about me. Often. Tell me now.

 

35. Surprises, especially gifts for moi = more loving.

 

36. I want to be the best thing that ever happened to you--and for you to recognize this.

 

37. If I'm not feeling loved, I will start looking....

 

38. Discussion of ex-gf's and ex-bf's should be avoided at all times.

 

39. I like it when you tell me what you're thinking, even if you don't know yourself.

 

40. Celebrating our anniversary, even if it's only been a few months, earns major bonus points.



41. I love it when you're sweaty.

 

42. It's best to consult your gal pals for gift ideas.

 

43. A lady should always be greeted with kisses.

 

44. I like porn.

 

45. I love holding your bum in the palms of my hands.

 

46. Even nice girls like hushed dirty talk in public.

 

47. It's cheating as soon as you're doing something with her that you wouldn't want me to see, hear, read...

 

48. For the record: I'd rather you break up with me than cheat.

 

49. I remember everything about our relationship.

 

50. You should know all this and more with-out my telling you.
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« Reply #1022 on: April 02, 2007, 06:13:17 PM »
http://static.iftk.com.br/mt/2007/03/4_years_of_persistent_training.html


wow, thats a major transformation.


chickie boos, when did he start to tickle your , ummm, fancy?

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« Reply #1023 on: April 03, 2007, 06:27:03 PM »
http://www.doubleviking.com/questions-from-your-girlfriend-that-aren-t-really-questions-4486-p.html

see the link to answers for these questions and more...

“Where do you want to go tonight?”

“What are you thinking?”

“Do you want to try new things?” 
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« Reply #1024 on: April 04, 2007, 09:07:14 AM »
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« Reply #1026 on: April 06, 2007, 10:22:33 AM »
Battle to Win Top Colleges' Nod Escalating
Future Applicants Face Array of Competitors

By Jay Mathews
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, April 6, 2007; A01

Beka Badila, a senior at the Oakcrest School in McLean, did everything she was supposed to do to get into a good college. She worked hard to get a 3.56 grade-point average and raised her SAT score from 1500 to 1800. She played on the tennis team all four years, wrote good college-application essays and devoted herself to her first love -- drama productions.

The results are in: rejected by the University of Virginia, William and Mary, Carnegie Mellon, Occidental and Pepperdine, waitlisted at Fordham. The 18-year-old's only acceptances were two small Virginia schools -- Bridgewater and Longwood.

"How does she hold her head up high?" asked mother Marti Badila. Her daughter's analysis was more direct: "It is all kind of a crapshoot."

Such stories of youthful hopes thwarted have become a staple of springtime. Parents of younger children tell each other it will get better when the current bulge of baby-boomer children gets out of high school at the end of this decade, but they are wrong. The latest data show that if anything, the frantic competition to get into the most selective colleges is only going to get worse.

The U.S. Education Department's National Center for Education Statistics says the number of graduating high school seniors will peak at 3.3 million in 2011 and decline only slightly to 3.2 million by 2016. Most educators predict that the percentage of those students going to college -- now about 67 percent -- will increase and make the application process even more stressful. Undergraduate enrollment, for instance, is projected conservatively to increase from 15.2 million this year to 16.6 million in 2015, the center says.

The number of high school graduates has increased every year since 1996 as the children of the huge, post-World War II baby-boom generation passed through. During the same time, college applications soared as the economy increasingly rewarded higher education. Federal data in 2004 showed male college graduates earning 67 percent more and female graduates 68 percent more than those with only a high school diploma.

"The economic demand for a college education will only rise," said David Hawkins, director of public policy for the National Association for College Admission Counseling. "I do not think anyone should count on an admission environment that is any less crowded than the one that we are experiencing now."

The competition for spaces has knocked the application process so askew that many students apply to as many as a dozen schools, often the ones least likely to accept them. The 15 percent of colleges that reject more than half their applicants get 28 percent of the total applications, according to Hawkins's group. Experts also predict a new surge of low-income and minority students seeking to transfer from two-year to four-year colleges, creating further competition.

Florida-based financial aid expert Reecy Aresty said that parents and students should also forget about the most sought-after colleges building more dorms to admit more students, which would just cut into their budgets. "All colleges realize that the applicant pool is getting better, and they have no need to expand to admit more students and take on additional costs," he said.

Andrew Flagel, dean of admissions at George Mason University, even predicts that the retired boomers, seeing education as a jolly pastime, will be shoving aside some of their children and grandchildren to take up university spaces. "We can already see the rapidly increasing market for university-based retirement communities," he said.

The one bit of good news, often overlooked by worried families, is that there are still many more spots available nationwide than there are college students. Harvard, Yale and Princeton universities are accepting only about 10 percent of their applicants, but the average U.S. college accepts 70 percent. The college drop-out rate -- only about 60 percent of students graduate in six years -- creates more space, and many schools advertise for applicants as late as June.

Studies have shown that students with similar personal characteristics, such as persistence and charm, do just as well financially 20 years after college no matter whether they went to a well-known or little-known college.

"To find the best learning, students must look for the best teaching," said Robert Massa, vice president for enrollment and college relations at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, "and that's not necessarily found at the most popular, most prestigious universities."

Despite her disappointment, Beka Badila noted that most college students attend more than one school, so she will continue to seek the best campus for her. Being rejected by five colleges "won't make a significant difference in my life," she said. "I will be able to recover."



this is insane....
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« Reply #1027 on: April 06, 2007, 10:25:03 AM »
If one wants to go to med, vet, law, business or XYZ graduate school, their undergraduate institution doesn't really matter that much.

I think these hard core gunner high school seniors need to know that.

I sure didn't when I was in high school.

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« Reply #1028 on: April 06, 2007, 11:33:59 AM »
3.56 is not that good, and 1800 is equivalent to 1200 on the old scale, which wasn't that great either.  Don't know what this person expected. 
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Re: My Thoughts/Rants - Poll: Online Hook-Ups
« Reply #1029 on: April 06, 2007, 11:51:56 AM »
3.56 is not that good, and 1800 is equivalent to 1200 on the old scale, which wasn't that great either.  Don't know what this person expected. 

Her rejections are reasonable.