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Grouper Expands To 10 More Cities, Offering Meetups Without Dating Pressure

Grouper Expands To 10 More Cities, Offering Meetups Without Dating Pressure

Commented Sep 13, 2012 at 00:08:33 in Los Angeles

“When I was young we had these, we just had a different name...we called them parties...”
Why September Can Be The Toughest Month For Working Mothers

Why September Can Be The Toughest Month For Working Mothers

Commented Sep 7, 2012 at 23:48:44 in Fifty

“Ummm... What year is this? Why are you the one that does most of the family schedule? My wife and I both work... We BOTH take our kids to their clases. We BOTH help out in the class room... We both make meals, do shopping and deal with the ever changing after school activities... Tell your husband to get a clue... This whole "working mom" stuff seems so 1950s. Women work for the same reason men work...things cost money... If you chose to support out dated gender roles, then you get what you ask for...”
The Secret Divorce Dreams Of Married Women

The Secret Divorce Dreams Of Married Women

Commented Feb 29, 2012 at 16:41:31 in Divorce

“Ok...so you are selfish and self centered. Do your husband a favor and leave him so he can find a true adult partner who does not have the mind set of a 14 year old girl.”

sillydolphin150 on Feb 29, 2012 at 19:27:47

“I don't know why you're bashing my comment! All I said was that it was a cute article!”
Facebook, Google, Living Social: Groupon Competitors That Could Take Over

Facebook, Google, Living Social: Groupon Competitors That Could Take Over

Commented Nov 5, 2011 at 18:11:24 in Technology

“Groupon is like the Huluhoop...it is a fad. Besides the obvious probelms with competitors, the real question is not can they hold on to customers. The real question is, can they hold on to businesses? The model they have developed is great for Groupon, but not so great for small business...and small busisness is starting to figure that out. There is currently a 50% rate of drop out; if that continues there will not be any businesses left. Groupon promtes itself as being a great way to get new customers...not make more money. At best this works only once or twice for a business... Time is not on the side of Groupon...as they move forward, the paradigm they use will have to change. They are at the top; there is no where to go but down.”