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When nails grow long….

In Uncategorized on July 21, 2013 at 7:18 am

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Dollars flowing fast, but inflation stands pat

In Uncategorized on March 19, 2012 at 3:50 am

Dollars flowing fast, but inflation stands pat
MARTIN HUTCHINSON AND CHRISTOPHER SWANN
Reuters
Published Sunday, Mar. 18, 2012 4:42PM EDT
Last updated Sunday, Mar. 18, 2012 7:31PM EDT

Money supply is rising fast, so where is the inflation? U.S. consumer prices rose 0.4 per cent in February, but that was mostly gasoline. Year-on-year, inflation is above the Fed’s 2 per cent target but not by much. Yet money supply is going through the roof. Either inflation is on the way, or Milton Friedman should lose his Nobel prize.

Mr. Friedman argued that “inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon.” He proposed that central banks should increase money supply at a constant annual rate, ignoring economic cycles, so as to minimize self-reinforcing bouts of inflation and deflation.

What has happened in recent years is a long way from Mr. Friedman’s recommendation. Broad money supply, whether by the so-called M2 measure or the St. Louis Fed’s money of zero maturity – a proxy for the M3 metric – is up almost 10 per cent over the past year, while the adjusted monetary base, a narrower measure of money, is up over 18 per cent. Mr. Friedman’s idea was that the money supply should increase at the same rate as real GDP. Other things being equal, the implication of money supply rising at 10 per cent while real GDP has expanded less than 2 per cent over the past year is that inflation should be running at more than 8 per cent.

The relationship can be delayed. For instance, U.S. monetary policy became unusually expansive around 1965, whereas inflation did not hit 5 per cent a year until 1969 and only topped 10 per cent in 1974. The so-called velocity of money, essentially the pace at which each dollar is spent and recycled, is also a factor. The 2008 crash and the subsequent deleveraging process may have subdued velocity.

Nevertheless, assuming as recent data suggest that the U.S. economy is now recovering from the 2008 shock, velocity should rise to more normal levels. Applying Mr. Friedman’s theories, that in turn could bring a rapid acceleration of inflation.

Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and most of his colleagues believe that inflation will remain muted, justifying near-zero interest rates until late 2014. If Mr. Bernanke proves right, he’ll look smarter than the 1976 Nobel Committee.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/investment-ideas/breaking-views/dollars-flowing-fast-but-inflation-stands-pat/article2372978/

Why Men Should Maintain a ‘Horny’ Disposition, and How?

In Uncategorized on June 9, 2011 at 7:59 am

Why Men Should Maintain a ‘Horny’ Disposition, and How?

A man’s desire for different sexual partners, and for frequent sexual activity, is a natural, instinctive, biological drive. It has been a highly desirable and successful attribute in our species. It must also have been a great evolutionary strategy too (otherwise it wouldn’t be so prevalent). Men that did not possess a strong sex drive might typically not have passed on their genes to subsequent generations. So, what we see in the gene pool today are mostly instinctively strong sexual drives, and behaviours that have been so successful throughout man’s evolution that they are characteristic of virtually all males.

It turns out that most women do not walk around all day ready to have sex at the drop of a hat like we do. Many women are ‘not receptive’ to sexual advances most of the time and have to be switched on. So what triggers a woman’s sexual receptivity, you ask? It’s usually a combination of factors, one of the most important being male lust.

Most women are highly sensitive to desire in men. Men behave differently, or talk differently, or give off pheromones, and women can sense it. Either they feel it, smell it, or catch you looking when you shouldn’t. Probably they know it’s there because the chemistry of your attraction affects their chemistry too, part of that “woman’s intuition” thing. If you don’t think this is true, try to hide your attraction from a woman who really turns you on. It’s hard if you are around her a lot. And if she doesn’t know, her sexual receptivity can be triggered anyway, without her knowing how, or why.

That is not to say that all male lust will turn a woman on, or even that male lust is always necessary. But it can exert a powerful effect on a woman’s chemistry in combination with the right mix of other factors. Because male lust affects women’s chemistry and can help to trigger sexual receptivity, it can be one of the most important assets in a man’s seduction toolbox. This is one of the reasons why it’s a good idea for you to maintain a high sex drive.

This is why the movement in the late 80′s to implement Seduction rules on many student campuses, to deal with date rape issues were so lame. These proposed “rules of conduct” would have taken away one of the most important catalysts in female sexual chemistry and consequently male/female bonding. Most women know this at a gut level. Some women light up when guys come on to them, and seem to want lots of horny guys paying attention to them, even if they are not interested in any of them. They just enjoy being switched on, but they need the horny guys to make it happen.

It is therefore a males “job” to be horny to assist in triggering female receptivity and to initiate the possibility of sexual activity. Because the presence of a strong male sex drive is an important initial catalyst in triggering a women’s sexual receptivity, it is also important for male-female bonding and for that relationship in our species. A strong female sex drive is not needed to trigger male receptivity and is therefore less critical. So guys, cultivate a strong sex drive, it is good for your relationships too.

http://www.seductionlabs.org/2007/05/20/why-men-should-maintain-a-horny-disposition-and-how/

What Do You Feel Now That You’re Engaged?

In Uncategorized on March 30, 2011 at 6:06 am

What Do You Feel Now That You’re Engaged?

Do people who get engaged young have lasting relationships?

Why do you feel the need to be “engaged”? Can’t you two just be together, wait it out for a few years, and then get “engaged”?

The Ugly Truth

In Uncategorized on October 6, 2010 at 6:40 am

The Ugly Truth

It was funny to say with every word of man comes with a ugly meaning. When they meet a women with crush. Women are always looking for the love and the guys are looking at the boobs. It was the truth with many hidden romances and the unfortunate sex stories of many man and women. Hire the movie The Ugly Truth (2009) bravely discovers the humor at the man and women sex relationship and also the single women’s crisis on some real bad habited guy. With a kind of attraction for all new relationship with the core work of TV production movie discovers what man really thinking of women and so to the female it self.

Abby Richter is been the female morning show producer and what she been undone by the Mr. Perfect only have left the show from the beginning and she was looking for a new rising guy. There for many looks for the perfect person to lead the show. In the mean time the arrival of hardcore TV personality of Mike Chadway comes as one option. He was too near to spill any thing from is mouth and always going for the kill. With having many chances given Abby have no other way to change this guy. With no romance in the head or in the voice howhe could play the role she wants.

How ever the time ticks over. Slowly this guy been so closer to the Abby with many of the ugly truths of his life all the sudden she was fell in love with this guy and the nature of women comes out from no where. The Ugly Truth (2009) is a movie for sexual attractions of men and women. Katherine Heigl, Gerard Butler, Eric Winter, John Michael Higgins and Nick Searcy staring in the movie Robert Luketic directed the movie The Ugly Truth (2009). It was a comedy movie produced by Andre Lamal, Eric Reid (II), Katherine Heigl. When women drams with heart guy looks for the ugly truth of life.