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4
Aug

Why Dogs are Better than Cats

Why dogs are better than cats, or vice versa, is one of humanity’s oldest debates. Some believe that it comes down to the personality of the human who is seeking a pet, while others believe that some people are born innately a “dog person” or a “cat person.” Check out these reasons as to why …Read More

26
Jul

Debate Ended: Why Cats are better than Dogs!

The great cat versus dog debate seems never-ending, as almost every individual on this planet has an opinionated stance. In fact, even statistics on cat and dog owners don’t offer a clear end to the debate–according to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation, 36.5% of U.S. households own a dog and 30.4% own a cat. Nevertheless, …Read More

11
Jul

15% of Americans Have Used Online Dating or Apps

15% of American Adults Have Used Online Dating or Apps. Usage by 18- to 24-year-olds has increased nearly threefold since 2013, while usage by 55- to 64-year-olds has doubled. Throughout human history, people have sought assistance from others in meeting romantic partners – and Americans today are increasingly looking for love online by enlisting the …Read More

21
Jun

Many Americans Hesitate To Talk About Religion

According to Miss Manners, polite people do not bring up religion in social conversations. Of course, if Americans stayed away from all the topics the etiquette columnist deems taboo in polite company – including politics, money, sex, illness and what people are wearing – a lot of dinners would pass by in silence. But, judging …Read More

8
Jun

Fourth of July Facts, American food for thought

How much do we, yes we the American people, really know about our country’s birthday? We load up the picnic baskets and coolers and head for the beach year after year for the festivities associated with the holiday weekend, but do we really know enough about Independence Day itself? If you answered “no” or “probably …Read More