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By: Rod Phillips
Popular imagery can make us all feel inferior and inadequate when it comes to getting into bed and making love. Men “should” be studs who thrust away for hours until their lover collapses in a moaning exhausted heap, after of course she’s had five mind-blowing orgasms in a row. Women “should” be moaning goddesses who come as their man thrusts deep into them while he holds them firmly and takes them to ecstasy. At least, that’s what you might think if you get your ideas of lovemaking from most romantic movies.
The behavior of women is as much of a mystery to men as that of men is to women. However, one thing is certain. The women love to be wooed. They want to be pursued. They want to be courted. They want men to try and win their affection. It’s a great psychological game that both men and women play. The winners enjoy it; the losers end up wondering what went wrong.
Life should be many things for all of us, but it should seldom be boring. A life full of learning and sharing is never boring.
The term “cloud” is simply a metaphor for the Internet. All your small business needs to access cloud computing is a browser and Internet access. At the foundation of cloud computing are online infrastructures that deliver services through shared data centers. Cloud computing gives your business a single point of access for your computing needs. Even the United States Government is considering the cloud as part of its IT infrastructure to reduce spending.
Well in my opinion the main thing that keeps us tossing and turning at night is worrying about not going to sleep.
To be truly wealthy is to have money that lasts forever. This may be a blunt statement, but suddenly coming across a large sum of money does not necessarily mean you have become a wealthy person.
“Robert Reich, once observed ‘most minimum wage workers aren’t poor.’ He is right.” – Johny Isakson, U.S Senator (Robert Reich is former U.S department of Labor Secretary)