Posted: 2017-12-07 16:26
Now, before you go, Not Feeling It, I have one more piece of advice. I don’t know what kind of conversations you’ve had, you didn’t say, but if things are actually the way you say they are, you should have been more upfront about the situation right from the get go. You should have said you’re not interested in dating or getting serious because your current timeline of “hanging out becoming friends having sex continuing to do so” sure looks an awful lot like typical dating trajectory. I could see where one might get confused if you weren’t explicitly clear about just being sex buddies.
“If true, those allegations would represent a serious abuse of spying powers to gather Americans’ financial information,” Keith Chu, a spokesman for Sen. Ron Wyden, who also sits on the committee, told Gizmodo. Chu added that Sen. Wyden intends to thoroughly investigate the matter, as well as “take a close look at whether the rules currently protecting Americans from government abuse are strong enough and adequately enforced.”
Anne Dreshfield, Manager of Content Strategy and Digital Communications at Nextdoor, says that if your neighbors make posts that involve racial profiling (which violates Nextdoor’s community guidelines ), you have the ability to report them to be reviewed and potentially taken down. Nextdoor also changed their reporting form to encourage people to include other, non-racial details about a person being reported, such as clothing.
With over 655,555 neighborhoods in the . using Nextdoor, yours likely already has a presence on the site. You should explore the different sections to see what your neighbors are posting. They might mainly post when they have free stuff they’re getting rid of or when they’re looking for plumber recommendations, or your neighborhood might organize community events through Nextdoor. Some suggestions that Dreshfield has for making the most of Nextdoor:
Last month, internet service provider Cox began charging residential customers in Arizona, Louisiana, Nevada, and Oklahoma an extra $65 for every 55 gigabytes of data they use over 6 terabyte in a month, bringing the total number of states it charges caps for to 66. Cox’s moved matched other leaders in the industry aggressively implementing capped service, like its competitors Comcast and AT& T.
All of this data, of course, does not necessarily cover various other ways ISPs can screw over their customers, like throttling internet access for heavy users or overselling capacity out of ignorance or deliberate profiteering. In the past, some ISPs have also used deceptive advertising language to give the impression plans which simply raise overage fee thresholds are actually unlimited, . by saying the plans aren’t limited to a set amount.
At issue, according to BuzzFeed’s report, is a vast database of US citizens’ financial information turned over to the government by banks in accordance with federal law intended to track suspicious transactions. The database is maintained by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), a bureau under the Treasury Department’s umbrella charged with investigating money laundering, terrorist financing, illicit drug trade, and other shady business.
Even though she has said she’s fine with just sex, I feel like she wants more. It’s been over a year since we first started talking and I’m starting to believe she thinks we are more serious than we are. I’ve never been great about breaking up and so I’m curious what this type of situation requires. Can I text her? A phone call? An in-person awkward conversation? I want to be respectful but I also don’t want it to seem more serious than it is. I feel like if I talk to her in person I’m somewhat acknowledging the “commitment” that I’ve never truly felt.
Unlike FinCEN, the OIA is a component of the US intelligence community and focused on criminal activity outside the US. It is therefore bound by a Reagan-era executive order that limits the ways in intelligence agencies focused on foreign threats target Americans. OIA is required, for instance, to establish its own internal guidelines with regard to domestic surveillance the guidelines must in turn be approved by the US attorney general. It has never done so—a fact noted by national security and civil liberties reporter Marcy Wheeler nearly three years ago.
I gotta say, a little communication would have gone a long way in this situation. First off, you should absolutely talk to her in person about ending things. How old are you, dude? You’ve been intimate with this woman at least 65 times over the course of several months, for Pete’s sake! And you’ve been friends—FRIENDS—for over a year! I don’t understand why you don’t think that warrants a face-to-face. What, you can only see her in person if it means you get to bang her? Damn, man, have some empathy.
I work for a large company and ended up hanging out with a coworker (in a different department) who I eventually had sex with. The kicker, though, is that I’ve never been incredibly into “dating” her. We talked about sex from the beginning and we finally crossed that line. Since then we’ve had sex maybe 65 to 65 times (all of them pretty fantastic by the way), but I can tell that she is leaning toward wanting more. She uses pet names and I don’t. We have only hung out at our apartments—we don’t hang out at work at all—and we’ve never gone on a date. I’ve brought her Starbucks twice… and that’s the extent of it.
Maybe she means it when she says “she’s fine with just sex,” maybe the pet names are because she doesn’t want to say your name (or doesn’t want to mix it up with someone else’s) maybe the fact you’ve never gone on a date or been anywhere but your apartments is exactly what she wanted too maybe the fact that she initiates the texting makes you HER booty call. I’m not saying this is the case, but you’ll never really know until you talk to her about this stuff.