New york times the demise of dating
18-Dec-2017 01:57(a=f);var b=i(a);if(CSS&&! this weekend, reporter Alex Williams mourns “The End of Courtship.” Texting is to blame for dating’s demise.
It all makes for a chilly environment for those working in the news media.
"Most obviously, the daily denigration of the press by President Trump takes a toll." Trump hasn't acted on his threats to change the country's libel laws.
But Abrams said the president has "helped to persuade lots of people, many already persuaded, that the press is 'fake' and not to be trusted." Trump's insults have helped erode public trust, but lawsuits threaten an organization's bottom line -- an especially frightening prospect in an economy that has seen news outlets of all manner perform layoffs and cutbacks.
And in that case, nice guys out there would also be wise to consider this supposed demise of dating a clarion call for their kind.
Any nice guys reading this have probably heard something similar before -- that they're the kind of bring-home-to-Mom gents that women are really, truly looking for.
It is also unlikely to make up the difference with cash from operations even if it makes the radical cost cuts it so desperately needs to make.