BY ROY ALBERT ANDRADE, K1LLER, Inc.
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - The resident population in United States is roughly 326,283,675, and rises by one person literally every 15-17 seconds. Childbirth occurs roughly every 8 seconds, one death occurs nearly every 11 seconds, and one foreigner enters the country around every 32 seconds. The odds of being struck by lightening during the year are 1 in 1,083,000, and the odds of be struck by lightening in a lifetime, an estimated 80 years, are 1 in 13,5000. The odds of winning the California lottery are 1 in 15 million. In fact, a person driving 10 miles to a retailer to purchase lottery tickets is three times more likely to be killed than win the million dollar jackpot. However, finding someone to be in an intimate relationship with shouldn't be all that difficult.
Throughout life, we will meet various people, and decide whether or not these acquaintances become friends. As time elapses, humans are making advancements in science, and technology for the sake of society as a whole. The transition from the Industrial Age, 1876-1900, to the Digital Age, presently speaking, has shed new light on how society has evolved. For example, society went from lighting candle sticks to kerosene lamps, and now, to flipping light switches to turn on compact fluorescent lamps. The general public witnessed the biggest breakthroughs in transportation as people went from riding horses to hopping on steam-powered locomotives, and at the time of this writing, to driving automobiles powered by internal combustion engines among electric powered vehicles on the road.
Morse code and the telegraph are a thing of the past, so are rotary dial phones, floppy disks, and typewriters. So are meeting people the traditional way, in a church, dive bar, night club, and at work. Millions of people are turning to the internet, and finding their significant other through online dating services like Match.com. Match.com is one of the best subscription-based online dating sites in the world serving nearly 25 countries, and hosts the site in more than 12 different languages. Match.com, claims responsibility for over 10 million successful relationships. They help take the lottery out of love by helping single men, and women locate someone with identical interests. Some psychologist, and psychiatrist may agree that both genders should attempt to find someone of the same socioeconomic status. Match.com is here to help.
At match.com, members can select personal preferences about the type of individual they are searching for, and can correspond with them through match.com's email network. Although, meeting someone online for the first time can be frenetic, match.com suggests its members follow their safety tips, whether they are online or offline, but are not intended to be a substitute for their member's own judgment.
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Tim Sullivan, President of Match.com, said, "Match.com is taking love to the four corners of the earth. We have members in 246 countries and territories worldwide, across six continents, using more than 30 unique Match.com sites in 18 different languages. More and more people are finding Match.com the most convenient and secure way to find their perfect partner, wherever they are in the world."
Joe Cohen, Senior Vice-President of Match.com's international operations, said, "We already have the Guinness World Record for the world's biggest online dating service and we are delighted to see that this has now been validated by comScore's worldwide ranking of the dating and personals category."
"Who we love, and why we love them, can change over time," said Trish McDermott, Vice President of Romance and resident dating expert at Match.com. "Qualities like stability and predictability, long hailed as 'humdrum' or 'boring' by some people, have become romantic commodities in today's search for an ideal mate. These changes are as much about our life stages and internal wants and needs, as they are about the external forces that shape our lives and perceptions."
Shawn W. Anderson