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July 18, 2011


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Women should never be underestimated or ignored. Here is another example of that.

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WOW: "A man will take care of you financially -- 44%"!!!
No wonder most of the women will throw you away if they can't get you to buy them something!!!!

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That's a pretty amazing shift in opinion and beliefs. Personally everyone should rely on themselves no matter what their gender.

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The statastics dont lie and boomer women have been known to make up a significant portion of the business in a number of the accounting firms in which we have delt with.

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I think financial services are pretty difficult to sell. The survey results are very interesting. As for me, I like to take care of my own finances. That's right, I show my money who's boss.


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To me, as a person who likes to take a long view of tnhigs, the interesting questions are how church-going came to be normative in the first place, and why it has stayed that way much longer in some places (say, rural and Southern US) than others (like most of Europe).My impression is that many people used to go because it was simply the thing to do and all their neighbors went, rather than because of any deep personal need; and what will remain of church once all of these (forgive me, I call them pew potatoes ) have stopped going may be something healthier and more meaningful than it ever was before


Would those of us who are committed inasstutiontliits be able to expect that the something meaningful folks may be looking for might at some point involve SOME work on behalf of the church? Not right away of course! Some of us get a little tired of doing all the work of providing a place for people who seem only want to enjoy themselves. Can these folks (and it's not just young folks) understand that our churches cannot sustain themselves, much less offer relevant programming, without their involvement at some level?

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