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posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 05:08 AM
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Hey, I'm interested in the subject of marriage and am doing some research, can you answer these questions?

When working, are married people more productive than single individuals?

How do sexual relationships effect those of the nonsexual nature at work?

Do married people generally have higher morals than those individuals who are not married?

Finally can you tell me if you are married or not (optional).




posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 08:46 AM
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and this has what to do with secret societies? conspiracies?

Marraige is a fundamental rite of the christian church and the feudal system.

for the church it is and always has been another money making scheme, just
like the selling of " relics" and indulgences.



edit for spelling

[edit on 12-2-2006 by stalkingwolf]



posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 08:29 PM
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Originally posted by Kool Aide Sipper
When working, are married people more productive than single individuals?


Yes and no. People that care about their marraige will work harder because they know they are supporting another person and perhaps an entire family. People that are miserable in their marraige and don't care about life anymore will sometimes tend to do poorly at work.



How do sexual relationships effect those of the nonsexual nature at work?


Well, since this is about marraige, and if you are monogomous in your sex life, and you work together, then there should be no problem working together as long as you don't have sex at work. If you have sex with other people at work other than your spouse, then it will disrupt the workplace environment.



Do married people generally have higher morals than those individuals who are not married?


Yes and no. If you are in a monogomous marraige, you just sleep with your spouse. This can be seen as a higher moral. If you are swingers, then you can be just as promiscuous as anyone else.



Finally can you tell me if you are married or not (optional).


Yup.



posted on Feb, 12 2006 @ 08:33 PM
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Originally posted by Kool Aide Sipper

Hey, I'm interested in the subject of marriage and am doing some research, can you answer these questions?

When working, are married people more productive than single individuals?

I'd suggest this is true - they have less 'butterflies' because of some new sex partner to distract them


How do sexual relationships effect those of the nonsexual nature at work?

That, I wouldn't know.

Do married people generally have higher morals than those individuals who are not married?

I'd say married people have lesser morals - I know this from experience.


Finally can you tell me if you are married or not (optional).
I'm in between - in long term live in relationship but not married



posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 08:52 AM
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Thanks for teaching me Ralph and sanse_nz.



posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 11:20 AM
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Originally posted by Kool Aide Sipper
When working, are married people more productive than single individuals?

Depends on the individuals involved. My ex used to call me 5-6 times a day because he was bored or wanted to complain about something. It drove me and the people I worked with nuts.

The constant interruptions impacted my productivity.



How do sexual relationships effect those of the nonsexual nature at work?

You shouldn't have sex at work.

Unless of course, that is your work. If you aren't a prostitute, sex at work is just a bad idea.



Do married people generally have higher morals than those individuals who are not married?

Marriage and morals have nothing to do with each other. People get married for lots of different reasons, not all would be considered 'moral'. Like getting a visa or marrying for money.



Finally can you tell me if you are married or not (optional).

Been there, done that, lost the t-shirt in the settlement.



posted on Feb, 16 2006 @ 02:22 PM
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Good points Duzey. Thank you.




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