A friend of mine - we went to primary school together -(let's call him Andy) told me that he got into trouble. What happened was that a girl he went out with called 911 and told the police that he raped her. He didn't give much details as to what exactly happened, but he promised that he didn't rape her. I suspected that he beat the girl when they had fights and he mistreated her at times. And then there is another girl he is seeing. That's how she ended up calling 911. I felt bad for the girl. I know that Andy is not a very bad guy, but it's possible that he mistreated the girl. Now he is asking me for help. He needs money to hire an attorney.
Now, as a Christian, would you give someone like him another chance? How much help could you possibly give to him?2 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
I am just wondering if guys and girls have different standards when it comes to falling in love with that special someone. I know that looks matter, but would you rate personality over looks? What would be the top five qualities that you care about? Or on a scale from 1 to 5, how would you rate the following?
- family background (e.g would different social classes matter?)
- occupation10 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
Let's say there are two guys here, A and B. A and you have quite some common interests, and A can easily make you laugh; A likes you, but is not really crazy about you. On the other hand, B likes you a lot and cares about you much; however, you two have less common interests and B is not as fun as A. When comparing A and B, you feel that A doesn't really care much about you. Now it's time to make a decision. Would you rather go for A, who make your heart pounding; or B, who does many sweet things that melt your heart. How would you choose?6 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
If you think that your mom is a selfish person, who married your dad for money, would you have respect for her? Would you still love her?24 AnswersFamily1 decade ago
If you have an unhappy childhood, and you hated what happened then, would you try not to remember anything associated with it; and try not to go back to where you grew up and have less interaction with anyone who will remind you about your childhood? Is it a normal human psychological response? Should one face the issue or is it OK to avoid the issue?16 AnswersPsychology1 decade ago
There was this lady with a poor family. She loved her parents and siblings, and the short-cut to give her family a nice house and a better living was to marry a guy who was 12 years older than her and who had a family that could provide to this lady much of the stuff she wanted, eg. money to build a house for her parents and of course other material stuff as well. A few years later, she found that she married the wrong guy because the guy's family could no longer give to her what she wanted. In addition, the guy that she married was not making enough money to support his own family. She ended up divorcing him and married another guy because the other guy was more capable and had a very well-paid job. Now, there are two questions here. Was she right on marrying this first guy for his family's money? And was she right on divorcing him?13 AnswersMarriage & Divorce1 decade ago
I heard that there are many different venues to getting NYS CPA license besides auditing financial statements. Does one meets the licensing requirements with internal audit experience? If yes, does it have to be with a company of certain size and with certain revenue levels? I'd appreciate any suggestions and comments.1 AnswerCareers & Employment1 decade ago
I am trying to compare two Excel worksheets and see if any of the descriptions on these two worksheets matches. Since the data volume in these two worksheets are tremendous, I wonder if there is a function in Excel that allows us to do this task so that I can save a lot of time?1 AnswerSoftware1 decade ago