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Re: Blended Families: Younger Women Dating Older Men: A Quick Reality Check

Kocolicious ·
Very interesting. Coming from an older woman I suggest to ladies in their 20s and 30s to do the work on YOURSELVES first. A lot of times young women come into relationships with older men with unresolved issues of their own and thus do not have the tools or skills to handle or understand an older gentlemen's perspective. Most times, young women come into the fold expecting to be taken care of financially by the older men because of the age difference and use that to manipulate the process.
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Re: Blended Families: Younger Women Dating Older Men: A Quick Reality Check

NineGPS-karla ·
Great points! It can not hurt them to try to play chess or checkers in the process. When I say "strategic", I mostly mean just being as thoughtful and directed about one's love life as they are about their education or career, for example. Prince Charming is probably not going to just bop you over the head and propose! Also, as a matchmaker, I fundamentally believe that anyone and everyone can find a mate and be happy. By following a few important steps in both the dating and courtship...
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Re: Blended Families: Younger Women Dating Older Men: A Quick Reality Check

Kocolicious ·
I hear ya my sista! Plus I was checking to see if you were a troll. Now that I know you're a real person. Welcome to the board. Hi my name is Kocolicious. At AA.org you will definitely find stimulating and thought provoking issues here. You have been warned. But!
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Re: Blended Families: Younger Women Dating Older Men: A Quick Reality Check

NineGPS-karla ·
Thanks for the welcome! I am very much a real person.
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Re: Is this Howard University’s tipping point? By Marcia Davis April 28

RadioRaheem ·
we simply can't lose Howard...just can't!!
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Re: Is this Howard University’s tipping point? By Marcia Davis April 28

sunnubian ·
I was kinda thinking along the same lines. I was wondering if only one HBCU in America could be saved, which HBCU should African America go all out to save; which one should it be. I think I came up with Howard, with Tuskegee a close second. So, guys, you have my pick and RadioRaheem's pick, now post your pick for which HBCU in America that should be saved if African America could save only (1) one .
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Re: The Uncounted: Why the Government Can't Keep Track of the Number of People Killed by Police

Norland ·
They might not be able to keep track of the killings they do, but they damn sure can track down the niggers they want to kill, without a moment's hesitation. Will roast 'em up if they so choose. They can't keep track because they don't have the desire to keep track. They probably don't keep track of the millions of dogs they euthanize each year; same difference. A case of the Animalization of the Negroes.
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Re: Poisoning Black Cities

Norland ·
America's kind of a concentration camp for Africans living in America; they're just now turning up the heat before the final encounter, 'tis all. White people DO NOT LIKE Black people. They say so, and they show it. Black people suffer the Stevie Wonder Syndrome in America. One day, someone will see before the lights are turned out completely, maybe/maybe not. Ongoing for 500 YEARS!!!!!!!!! Who be da fools??????? There's nothing we can do WITHOUT WHITE's approval. That's called a conundrum I...
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Is this Howard University’s tipping point? By Marcia Davis April 28

sunnubian ·
Is this Howard University’s tipping point? By Marcia Davis April 28 Angel C. Dye can’t pay her tuition and as a result was asked to leave school until she could. She attended classes anyway, hoping to get retroactive credit if she could patch together the money. (Andre Chung/For The Washington Post) After being kicked out of a Howard University dorm, Angel C. Dye found herself sleeping on an air mattress in the kitchen of a friend’s apartment on North Capitol Street. If things had gone her...
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Blended Families: Younger Women Dating Older Men: A Quick Reality Check

NineGPS-karla ·
For a woman in her 20's and 30's, dating a man in his 40's and 50's can be an intriguing option. Some women, tired of the hustle & bustle and ups & downs of dating men their own age find the contrast of a man who presents a more seasoned, grounded, financially secure, and more emotionally mature profile to be quite enticing. Older men can have a mystique about them that can be very attractive to a younger woman. He can wine and dine you and probably has the ability to lay on a...
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The Uncounted: Why the Government Can't Keep Track of the Number of People Killed by Police

sunnubian ·
The Uncounted: Why the Government Can't Keep Track of the Number of People Killed by Police After a year of high-profile police killings , calls for a national database have gained traction . But how would that work? By Tom McCarthy / The Guardian March 19, 2015 A year ago, in a bureaucratic shift that went unremarked in the somnolent days before Michael Brown was shot dead in Ferguson, Missouri , the US government admitted a disturbing failure . The top crime-data experts in Washington had...
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Top 4 Tips For Successful Dating

NineGPS-karla ·
Whether you are seeking a successful online dating experience or seeking real time success on face-to-face dates these tips will move you forward.  1.  No Gossip:  Make a conscious and consistent choice not to gossip - no matter...
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Top 6 Dating Tips For Autumn

NineGPS-karla ·
1. Skip Fridays When Planning First Dates Numerous studies demonstrated that Friday is the worst day to have a first date on. It seems that we lose our patience and tend to be more critical after exhausting working days. However, you can choose an evening close to the beginning of the week for a quick meeting. Saturday nights prove to be perfect days to have a first date. This is the moment when you can relax and free yourself from the accumulated stress. 2. Find a Love Adviser If you're a...
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Tips for First-Generation College Applicants

sunnubian ·
Tip Sheet February 11, 2013, 5:56 am 4 Comments Tips for First-Generation College Applicants <address class="byline author vcard">By MICHELE HERNANDEZ </address> Dr. Michele Hernandez is the former assistant director of admissions at Dartmouth College, co-founder of Application Boot Camp On-Demand, and the author of several books on college admissions. Dr. Michele Hernandez If you’re among those who are applying to college as a first-generation student (meaning your parents never...
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"SAVE MY SON" - PARENTING PERSPECTIVE

sunnubian ·
Derek Anderson Interview You saw NBA player Derek Anderson go one-on-one with a boy named Bub on Save My Son . We caught up with Anderson after the show to find out what he know about Bub’s progress and his take on parenting troubled children. What was it like being on Save My Son and working with Dr. Perry? The opportunity was great. It was like a true calling for me. People didn’t really know my life story so when they asked me to be on the show it hit home with me that I could share my...
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Poisoning Black Cities

sunnubian ·
Poisoning Black Cities Submitted by Glen Ford on Wed, 01/20/2016 - 14:58 gentrification by BAR executive editor Glen Ford They emptied New Orleans . Now they have poisoned Flint, Michigan. The corporate campaign to ethnically cleanse U.S. cities knows no bounds. Michigan’s emergency financial manager law is “part of Wall Street’s tool kit to starve, bulldoze, redline, over-price, oppressively police, and even poison Black people out of the urban centers.” Poisoning Black Cities by BAR...
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6 Dating Tips For Self Described Nerds & Geeks

NineGPS-karla ·
1. Embrace You! You are who you are! Love you and claim you! Women love a confident man at her core. Take a deep breath, look in the mirror and tell yourself that you are amazing! 2. Recalibrate your self awareness. If you know you have some nerdy tendencies that have alienated women in the past, get a dating coach to give you an objective perspective about how you come across. A great one will work with your strengths and tweak your outer package. 3. Get sound feedback about how you look...
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Are Howard University’s problems the tip of the iceberg for HBCUs?

sunnubian ·
Are Howard University’s problems the tip of the iceberg for HBCUs? by Donovan X. Ramsey | February 11, 2014 at 3:01 PM Comments 7 Print Related Posts Obama White House awards HBCUs, but how will the money be managed? Why bad-mouthing HBCUs shows little class America needs more college grads: How HBCUs can help HBCUs: Still relevant in the 'post-racial' era? HBCUs are still vital to American education A recent article in the New York Times took a tough look into the inner workings of Howard...
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