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For all the women you are | Everything2 Dating Advice Man: Dating Advice: "How to keep your boyfriend loyal" Dating Advice + Twisted Humor | Adult Costumes Watch my Dating Advice Video or read my dating advice below: Hey Hog, I'm wondering do you have any tips on how to keep your man loyal? - R in New Jersey Hog's Relationship Advice: There is no such thing as loyalty. This is why people are always disappointed when their friend betrays them or their husband cheats or when that old lady you helped across the street won't testify in court to your whereabouts on September 3rd and she lets you get locked up for a murder you didn't commit. I know for some of you this will blow your mind but for those of you who can handle it, I will share my epiphany. People operate under a very simple principle. For instance, will your man cheat on you with a hot client while he's away on the business trip? NOTE: She's hot! Well, if he has the opportunity, he will think about how much pleasure he would get from the encounter versus the chances he will be in pain. If he no longer values your relationship together, he will be more likely to cheat... Why? No. Easy! Ahem.

Love Advice from Dr. Tracy Cabot AllExperts Questions & Answers Expert Advice on Love, Dating, Relationships & Family - Ask Dr. Neil, How-to Guides, Forums & More! Auto-online Auto-Online is a software development company which created the 'Fleet to Street' channel, enabling vehicle fleet disposers to e-Retail their ex-fleet vehicles direct to the retail public over the internet. They now make the majority of their cars available through Carsite. Business Model and History[edit] Auto-online was launched in 1998 as a B2C offering. It has developed at a steady pace and describes its vision as allowing the retail public to safely buy used cars online. Auto-Online is a fully eBay compatible application. Auto-online have a team of in-house programmers who have specifically designed a fleet disposal system, enabling the process to be carried out electronically. Press and External Comments[edit] CAP, an independent body which values used cars said that Auto-online is "one of the most innovative and successful fleet disposals solutions launched in recent times See also[edit] Online car shopping References[edit] External links[edit]

Women's Auto Help Center Debuts: A Special Website for Women Car Buyers 31 October 1997 Women's Auto Help Center Debuts: A Special Website for Women Car Buyers SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 31 -- A new website that provides free research to women car buyers and answers women's questions as they shop for new vehicles launched this week on the Internet. Called the Women's Auto Help Center ( the site is the first to offer automotive information tailored to women's interests and actively invite questions from women who want to know specifics about the vehicles they're shopping for. Women send their questions via e-mail and receive feedback, all without having to step into a car dealership, talk to an auto broker or have a dealer or broker get their name and call them up, trying to pitch them on a car. Best of all, the Women's Auto Help Center is free.

Expert Car Reviews | Consumer Guide Auto | Thousands of U.S. Lemons Resold to Unknowing Canadians; Free Carfax Lemon Check Available for Consumers CENTREVILLE, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Droves of dangerous used cars declared lemons in the United States have made their way into Canada and are being resold to uninformed consumers. A recent report by CBC News highlights the plight of Canadian car buyers who are unaware these cars are parked their driveway. To help identify vehicles bought back by auto manufacturers, used car shoppers can check for lemon brands using the free Carfax Lemon Check at Canada currently has no lemon laws and the strength of the Canadian dollar is driving an influx of U.S. lemons across the border. However, cars purchased with Carfax Vehicle History Reports that do not contain a lemon brand reported by a U.S. Share with your viewers some additional resources they can use to avoid unknowingly buying a defective used car.

The Workshop Employment Background Checks, Credit Checks and Employment Verification Why do employers want to check your background and/or your credit? It could be for one of several reasons. If government security clearances are required for the job you are interviewing for, an employment background check may be required. The employer may want to make sure you are telling the truth. It's estimated that up over 40% of resumes can contain false or tweaked information, so, employers want to insure that what they are getting in an employee is what they were promised. Background Check Information What's included in an employee background check? What's Released During a Background Check? Employment History Verification Your employment history includes all the companies you have worked for, your job titles, the dates of employment and salary earned at each of your jobs. How Employers Conduct Background Checks Employment background checks are being conducted by employers more frequently than in the past.

Bargain Bites 2013: Which cheap eats categories do you wish were better represented in the Bay Area? The Braised Duck Leg with Won Ton Egg Noodle Soup at Hai Ky Noodle House in San Francisco. Photo: The Chronicle/John Storey This morning, the Chronicle Food & Wine department releases its annual Bargain Bites guide, as a dedicated pull-out section in today’s paper. Steven Boyle, The Chronicle As noted by Janny Hu in the introduction, we shook things up a bit this year. Instead of just a mishmash collection of Bargain Bites (categorized as $12 and under), we analyzed a bunch of categories one by one, and then highlighted our five favorites in each one. These are the individual categories, with the winners: As you can see, some categories are more specific than others — ramen, banh mi, tacos — due to the saturation of contenders in the genre. But which foods do you wish were more common in the Bay Area? Share your thoughts in the comments.

Plea Bargains: In Depth Plea bargains are extraordinarily common in the American legal system, accounting for roughly 90% of all criminal cases. Many countries, however, do not allow plea bargains, considering them unethical and immoral. Below is a discussion about what plea bargains are, why we use them and different types of plea bargains, as well as what happens if both parties don't live up to the terms of a plea bargain. What Are Plea Bargains? Plea bargains are an agreement in a criminal case between the prosecutor and the defendant that usually involves the defendant pleading guilty in order to receive a lesser offense or sentence. Why are Plea Bargains Used? The primary justifications for plea bargains are that: Courts are overcrowded; if you didn't allow plea bargains, courts would be overwhelmed and forced to shut down. In a notable example, the Attorney General of Alaska outright banned plea bargaining in 1975, and other states and localities have as well. What Types of Plea Bargains Are There?