Porn its cheaper than dating
Either he thinks they are bad and must be snuffed out, or he thinks they are fundamentally sexual, and must be satisfied.
This totally upturns the established inkjet business model. In an interview with Bloomberg, John Lang, Epson's North American CEO, talks about how the new machines soothe customers' anxiety and fear of running out of ink.
"It's amazing to me that that was so prevalent," he said – making no reference to the more obvious fury customers have repeatedly shown over the sheer cost. For years we've felt powerless as the printer industry finds new ways of leeching money out of us, and right now the Ecotank looks like a bargain investment for the jaded consumer.
Their college enrollment numbers trail women's: Only 43 percent of American undergraduates today are men.
Last year, women made up the majority of the work force for the first time.
After looking at all my ink cartridge receipts, I'd be tempted to buy one.
But the truth is that we're printing much less stuff.Instead, according to the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (which collects data well into adulthood), none of these things is occurring. The terms of contemporary sexual relationships favor men and what they want in relationships, not just despite the fact that what they have to offer has diminished, but in part because of it. To better understand what's going on, it's worth a crash course in "sexual economics," an approach best articulated by social psychologists Roy Baumeister and Kathleen Vohs.As Baumeister, Vohs, and others have repeatedly shown, on average, men want sex more than women do.And oh, my friend, it most certainly longs for something.Again and again in the Gospels we see Jesus asking people what they want. If you don’t want anything, you may already be dead. No one strokes the power button affectionately and sighs wistfully over the paper tray.