Men Prefer Women That Ask Them Out on a Date

Recent college polls are showing that men prefer women that ask them out on a date.

When ask why they feel this way, the most common response is: so they don’t get blamed for sexual misconduct.

The polls also suggest that men want women who do some type of outdoor activity. Such as walking, playing catch, flying a kite, working a garden over a homebody who never experiences the outdoors.

Polling results shows that most men don’t use dating sites to meet women. Although they will look at a dating site, they claim they won’t pick up a date from one. Meaning men seem to prefer meeting a girl at a social event.

Men also responded that they prefer women who are financially stable. One respondent said:  If she can’t pay for a date, it shows she has no clue what money is about and I don’t need her in my life.

Respondents also claimed they really don’t enjoy women who think they are “trophy girls.” Meaning more men prefer women that use their natural beauty than women who enhance their looks.

Although personal appearance ranked well in the polls, more men preferred women who are mentally stable with reasonable understanding of others above their own appearance.

Men also favor women who lean conservative than liberal. Which only reenforce the question about men preferred mentally stable with reasonable understanding.

The days of shivery doesn’t seem to be gone. It shows that men are tired of women who date as an extra curricular activity.

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*Update* Corrine Brown – What is Currently Happening With Her

Ms. Brown and her legal team are doing everything they can think of to delay her sentencing which is schedule for November 16th. We have a list of current reasons (that she has filed) on why she needs a 4 month delay in her sentencing.

We shorten the list to just the meat of the stories. (Your welcome)

(On Oct. 24th,)

Hurricane damage to Corrine Brown’s Jacksonville home has prompted her attorneys to ask for a delay in the former congresswoman’s sentencing hearing on federal fraud charges.

The hearing is currently set for Nov. 16, but her attorneys filed a motion Tuesday, asking to push that date back.

The attorneys also said there were items and papers they planned to use during the sentencing, such as awards and letters Brown had received, that were destroyed by flooding from the storm.

The motion asks for at least a four-month delay.

(On Oct. 25th,)

Prosecutors responded Wednesday saying they aren’t aware of any other criminal case pending in Jacksonville’s federal court where a hearing scheduled nine weeks after Irma has been delayed — “much less for four months” — because of the storm.

They point to the fact that six weeks after Irma is when she’s asking to postpone sentencing, in a “bare bones” motion filed two days before she’s required to submit objections to the initial pre-sentence report (PSR).

Part of the PSR process involved Brown and Smith meeting with the probation officer who compiles the report to provide detailed background information. That happened after Irma, which “suggests that Brown is capable of preparing for her sentencing hearing as scheduled,” prosecutors argued.

They want the motion to be denied and sentencing to move forward as scheduled.


(On Oct. 26th,)

Judge Timothy Corrigan, who denied Brown’s request for a delay in the sentencing hearing, can accept that recommendation or could give Brown more or less time in prison. The maximum she could receive is more than 300 years.

The recommendation is part of a pre-sentence investigation report, compiled by a probation officer, who helps the court determine an appropriate sentence after spending four months reviewing documents, interviewing parties and weighing the evidence presented at trial.

Brown, who maintains her innocence, was among those interviewed for the report.

What helped Brown in the recommendation is her lack of criminal history, but what hurt her is that not only is she an elected official, but she hasn’t accepted any responsibility nor showed any remorse for her crimes, which tends to weigh heavily in federal court, attorneys tell the I-TEAM.


(On Oct. 31st,)

Former congresswoman Corrine Brown is being evaluated for certain medical, mental and emotional conditions that could have an impact on her upcoming sentencing on federal fraud charges, according to a new motion filed by her attorney. The motion once again asks a federal judge to delay the sentencing, currently set for Nov. 16.

In this second motion, Smith states that the presentence report, which was prepared by a federal probation officer and released Oct. 12, recommends a “significant and lengthy prison time,” while Brown is seeking a sentence of probation. Smith states that he has the task of developing mitigating circumstances for sentencing.

The motion then states that the presentence report doesn’t have enough information about Brown’s medical and physical condition, adding that she is still “undergoing testing and evaluation by physicians.” Smith suggests that the findings would be significant with regard to Brown’s sentencing. The motion makes similar arguments with regard to Brown’s mental and emotional condition, and states she is “still undergoing evaluative treatment regarding the implications of certain abnormalities.”

Smith also argues that the presentence report doesn’t contain enough information about Brown’s history of charitable service and history of good works prior to her indictment in connection with One Door for Education. The motion argues that numerous documents related to that history were destroyed at Brown’s home in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, and that more time is needed to reconstruct those documents, or to recreate the documentation through interviews.

The motion also addresses the condition of Brown’s home itself, which was “extensively damaged during Hurricane Irma.” It states she has not been able to live in her home, has been trying to repair the home and needs more time to finish that process.


(On Nov. 3rd)

A federal judge denied former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown’s second request to delay her sentencing Friday, saying all the concerns she raised were solvable.

“While Ms. Brown’s latest motion raises additional issues that she contends warrant a continuance, they are all matters that can be readily addressed at the sentencing hearing,” U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan wrote.

The ruling means Brown’s sentencing hearing for her 18 felony convictions remains scheduled for Nov. 16.

In seeking the delay, Brown’s attorney said this week that a pre-sentencing report – which isn’t publicly available – recommended “significant and lengthy prison time,” and that Brown needed time to make her case for probation instead.

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Reversed Obama Policy May Be The End For Transgenders

The DOJ has put an end to people using the term “transgender” as a uniqueness and receiving special rights in the work force.

Will this also put an end to the restroom, cloths changing, school, sports, sleeping arrangements issue using transgender as your reasoning? Time will tell.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has reversed an Obama-era policy explicitly defining transgender workers as protected under employment discrimination laws.

The Wednesday (10-4-2017) policy reversal of what qualifies as employment discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act comes down to an idealogical disagreement over whether “sex” is decided by a person’s birth certificate, or whether sexual discrimination includes broader gender identity. Title VII prohibits any employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex and national origin. Former Attorney General Eric Holder in 2014 interpreted “sex” discrimination to apply to discrimination based on gender identity, while Sessions’ DOJ interprets that it only applies to discrimination between men and women.

Sessions’ DOJ argues Holder went beyond the definition of the 1964 law by including transgender discrimination.

“The Department of Justice cannot expand the law beyond what Congress has provided,” DOJ spokesperson Devin O’Malley said. Unfortunately, the last administration abandoned that fundamental principle, which necessitated today’s action. This Department remains committed to protecting the civil and constitutional rights of all individuals, and will continue to enforce the numerous laws that Congress has enacted that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.”

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FEMA Assistance for N. Central Florida Residents

Gainesville, FL – Today, at the strong urging of Congressman Ted S. Yoho (R-FL), Alachua, Bradford, and Union Counties was awarded a major disaster declaration for individual assistance. This is a critical declaration because it allows individuals who have suffered damage and loss from Hurricane Irma to begin the recovery process.

  • All individuals wishing to apply are encouraged to do so at
  • Constituents may call the registration phone number at 1-800-621-3362; those who have a speech disability or hearing loss and use TTY should call 1-800-462-7585 directly; for those who use 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS), call 1-800-621-3362.

Congressman Yoho released the following statement:

“I am extremely proud of the rapid response that our local, state and federal partners have demonstrated over the last few days. I am even more proud of the fact that as of today, every county in our district has become eligible for individual assistance, public assistance, and hazard mitigation assistance. Being able to provide our communities with every tool available is my goal, and I am proud of our team for their rapid response. Now, we can ensure that every citizen in our district can begin the rebuilding and recovery process.”
All 67 Florida counties were designated for the Public Assistance Program (Categories A-G), including direct federal assistance. Visit FEMA’s website for more details.

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September 2nd Show

We asked Judge Schutte to come in and give his thoughts about the Starke Police Department double dipping matter that many of the residents are talking about. Live, today starting at 10am. – Talk 107.5

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When Are Charges Going To Be Filed?

Action News Jax (LINK) Reported a story on Monday about a Starke Police officer receiving double pay from a company and the city at the same time. Working for a company while off duty is very legal, the problem is: you can’t claim you’re working for both places at the same time.

The contract between the Vystar Credit Union and the Starke Police Department states officers are paid $25 per hour for security, and are “performing off-duty secondary employment.”

It says if the officers are pulled away for a call they “will not be compensated by Vystar,” providing a clear distinction between on and off-duty status.

A time card entry for police Chief Jeff Johnson, who’s running for re-election next week, shows on October 18, 2016, he clocked in at Vystar before 9 a.m., and he would clock out after 5 p.m.

But a duplicate entry for Johnson’s time sheet with the city states he was on duty from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. that same day.

Records obtained by Action News Jax show Johnson allegedly did this four more times from October to December of last year.

We asked Attorney and Magistrate Rick Schutte is there any laws being broken. Schutte said: Yes, it called stealing. Somebody got deceived by the looks of the contract.

Read the full story from Action News Jax: Starke officers accused of receiving police pay while working security

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