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Today more and more couples are choosing to live together outside of marriage, causing marriage rates to decline sharply.
Andrew Cherlin, a sociologist at Johns Hopkins, says the rapid change is remarkable: “It was scandalous a few generations ago. It is acceptable now.”3 The dramatic increase in cohabitation means that women today face even more pressure to move in with their boyfriend than I did.
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is switching back to its time-honored red just one month after rolling out its flagship cola in a snow-white can for the holidays," reports the mentions a few more cranks and complaints--about polar bears, about being Coke traditionalists wanting to keep the red color--but notes that "Atlanta-based Coke says that it's happy with the campaign and that critics of the white can represent a minority." And they add that Coke's marketing executives wanted a "disruptive" campaign to get consumers' attention."Disrupted consumers"--it looks like Coke got exactly what it asked for.
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Yes, I’m that Secret Service officer.” Byrne even recounts how he tried to shield the President even from himself by trying to transfer Lewinsky to the farthest wing of the White House to limit her ability to get close to Bill.
“We wondered how he got any work done and joked that he would have been better at running a brothel in a red-light district than the White House,” Byrne jokes in the book.