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Match seemed to me to be a site for people seriously looking for a soul mate.Most appear willing to put the time in setting-up quality profile and frequently check mail and available online.

Generally people not paying for a service are not going to take it as serious.Match has a number of advanced features, is a well polished system and has a safe and serious dating feel which I liked.Any questions I had were addressed quickly and generally it was everything one could expect from a leading dating system.If you are looking for certain characteristics in a partner, match has some nice features including 'chemistry" an advanced matching service which is a great icebreaker ’we are a match’.It has key word and advanced search functions to find just the type of person you are looking for; with interests in common, in your location etc. There are a lot of dos and don’ts, egos, attitudes and issues still facing us singles out there.

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  1. “It’s been a while and she keeps wondering why Taylor gets to have fun and she doesn’t.” “Maybe give her limited access because we both know if we give Dianna the same package as Taylor she won’t be satisfied with a night here or there.

  2. Reporting on data from last month with nolock - well it's not like the data is going to rollback a month [email protected] P: other than potentially having "dirty" data in your result set - no, I don't see any (negative) impact. If you have hundreds of shared locks it is going to take an update a while to get an exclusive lock as it must wait for shared locks to clear. Shared (S) locks allow concurrent transactions to read (SELECT) a resource. If an update is changing John to Sally you are never going to get Jolly. A read of Sally that gets rolled back John the next millisecond is stale data. I have a dataloader that take 20 hours to run if users are taking shared locks and 4 hours to run is users are taking no lock. If you are going to cut a check when a byte is set to 1 and then set it to 2 when the check is cut - not a time for a nolock. Reason is that you could ask for some data in same time when SQL Server is re-balancing b-tree.