However, her decision to sue for million is a bit of a head-scratcher.According to Beckman’s attorney, she’s pursuing a lawsuit because is “absolutely not safe” and implements advertising tactics that “[lull] women and men into a false sense of security.” Unsurprisingly, finds the lawsuit “absurd.” After all, Ridley had no known criminal record so it’s not like they knowingly paired Ms. (I can’t imagine one of the features they list in a partner is “Enthusiasm for stabbing.”) Besides, meeting someone via an online dating site who turns out to be dangerous is irrelevant–she could have just as easily been set up with Ridley via a friend or family member, or met him at work.Q: What tips would you offer a divorcee about to begin dating again? It would be a challenge to find a young adult today who does not actively interact with Snapchat.
The entire point of advertising is to polish up your turd of a product or service.Although it is a relatively freeform and relaxed app, Snapchat still requires a certain type of etiquette; a rulebook of sorts in which I all too often blatantly ignore. From time to time, okay more often than that, I snap a photo or video that I find to be so fascinating that I simply cannot send it to just one or two of my closest friends, I must upload it to my story for all my followers to see.I will be the first to admit that after a fun night out with friends or a spontaneous day trip to San Francisco, my snaps story tends to get a little long.If you aren’t familiar with the story, well, there’s a woman who’s suing for million after she was attacked by a man whom she met through the popular dating site. After the dating site matched the two together, the couple knew each other for eight days before the woman, Mary Kay Beckman, ended the relationship.(Is it considered a relationship after only eight days?