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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I'm moving to PG county soon. I'm a single, straight, blue collar type, black guy in my early 30s.
What's the dating scene like in this area? No kids, decent looks I'd like to eventually find someone for the long term. Are women in this area looking for steady relationships? After 25, the vast majority of women are looking for steady relationships. You'll be fine with a good job. There are a lot of single black women in PG County but there is a large population that are independent working in 'professional-level' positions.
There was an article in the Washington Post a few years ago about how some women who are very accomplished in their careers had started to buy single family houses in places like Bowie and at the time were becoming the trend of female lead household.
It's just something to keep in mind. There are a lot of career driven people in the region but PG County has a diverse population, so you will also run into your 'non-professional' women. A man that doesn't have any kids and has a job will definitely have choices, but keep in mind the mentality of people in this area, men and women, are much different than in other areas especially from the south.
Originally Posted by justtitans. Originally Posted by Kimshawn What is the mentality of folks in this area? Are the women stuck up?.. Any suggestions on where to meet nice women at in this area? Would a professional type woman give a blue collar guy a chance? Or would I be aiming out of my league? I'm not looking for the kind of woman that would bring drama to my situation.
I've heard dating is horrible in DC I don't want to turn this into a woman bashing thread because I can see the feminist-minded women coming in here and having a field day with me, but I will point you to a thread that will answer a lot of your questions. Even though the guy is a professional man, the thread really talks about the overall dating scene so you can get some ideas of what it's like: Dating scene for a single professional Black man To be honest, I am a black man, I meet my wife in college and she is not from this area.
I have tried the dating scene in this area and the mentality is different, I will not sugar coat it. There are a lot of women who can be high maintenance, who can be stuck up and aren't as easy to approach as they are in other areas. I used to have some of my college buddies asking me about why the women from my area I grew up in PG are so stuck up.
That's when I knew it wasn't just me. I don't want to discourage you or act like all women are like that here because they are not, but you will find many of them are. To answer your question though, the mentality in DC is pretty similar in PG too.
There isn't much of a cultural difference between the two places. My recommendation honestly would depend on your lifestyle. Given your age and the fact that you are looking to settle, I would avoid the clubs, but that's just me personally. There are a lot of women at gyms, churches, or even community centers. Would a professional woman give a blue collar guy a chance? Depends on the woman. Some will, honestly a lot won't. There are some women just looking for a good man. You will find that more with the women in your age group than the younger ones.
I am just giving you my two cents, but check out that thread and maybe a few others will have opinions on this too. Thanks for your honest feedback. I'll check that thread out here in a second. I'm open to dating any race of woman as long as she's a good one. How does the black community look at a man dating outside his race in this area?
Or do people generally stick with their own race? Bowie but New Orleans born and bred. I second the opinion that the mentality of women up here is different than other parts of the country.
They are more independent and not as trusting of men IMO. But those trust issues come about because many of the successful brothas up here will downright play a woman because they know they have options and aren't ready to settle down with one woman yet. I've hung out and talked to many of these guys and have seen it first hand. Before I moved up, I found it weird that I got the same exact description of the dating scene up here from both men and women who have been living here for a few years and are from the south or midwest.
One girl from Baton Rouge who had been living up here for 4 years eventually left for North Carolina because she couldn't find a guy who didn't want a side piece while they were together.
I've talked to other guys who have moved here who are with girls not from here. Hell, a friend of mine who grew up in Landover met a girl who had just moved up here from Texas and they've been together for 2 years now and he says she's nothing like the girls up here and it's the most stress free relationship he's been in.
From my own experience, I haven't had any issues picking up girls up here and most of them specifically mentioned that they liked that I was from the south or not from here. However, I now have a gf who is from the midwest and is definitely better and different from all of those girls. One of those girls is from bmore and while we were together, she was constantly blowing up my phone to check on me, and if I didn't respond, would call right back and then leave me lengthy text messages questioning why I wasn't picking up.
Granted, there are girls like this regardless of the region, but I noticed the trust issues most from girls up here, both natives and transplants. I think you'll have your pick of the litter, especially if you're a good guy. Prince George's County, Maryland. You don't see it a lot in PG. I am not sure how accepted it is. Places in like Charles County or some of the surrounding counties have it more frequently.
I think it depends on the part of PG you live in too. The northern part of the county is much more ethnically diverse so you see it more than probably the other parts.
IR dating is more common in Northern PG due to the diversity. Bowie, Laurel, and I will throw in Brandywine have more IR couples as they are on the border of another county. I have seen IR couples in each of those towns. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. It is free and quick. Additional giveaways are planned. Detailed information about all U. Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait. User-defined colors Preset color patterns.
Based on data. View detailed profiles of: All times are GMT The time now is Moving to pg county - dating for single guy Bowie: View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. Page 1 of 2. DMV 10, posts, read 11,, times Reputation: Originally Posted by justtitans A man that doesn't have any kids and has a job will definitely have choices, but keep in mind the mentality of people in this area, men and women, are much different than in other areas especially from the south.
Originally Posted by Kimshawn99 What is the mentality of folks in this area? Originally Posted by justtitans I don't want to turn this into a woman bashing thread because I can see the feminist-minded women coming in here and having a field day with me, but I will point you to a thread that will answer a lot of your questions.
Originally Posted by Kimshawn99 Thanks for your honest feedback. Bowie but New Orleans born and bred posts, read , times Reputation: Prince George's County, Maryland 6, posts, read 7,, times Reputation: Originally Posted by justtitans You don't see it a lot in PG.
These measures worked against ill-educated whites and blacks. Blacks resisted such efforts, with suffrage groups conducting voter education. Blacks defeated three efforts to disfranchise them, making alliances with immigrants to resist various Democratic campaigns. The Progressive Era also brought reforms in working conditions for Maryland's labor force. In the state regulated conditions in mines ; outlawed child laborers under the age of 12; mandated compulsory school attendance; and enacted the nation's first workers' compensation law.
The workers' compensation law was overturned in the courts, but was redrafted and finally enacted in The Great Baltimore Fire of burned for more than 30 hours, destroying 1, buildings and spanning 70 city blocks. More than 1, firefighters worked to bring the blaze under control. Existing facilities, including Fort McHenry , were greatly expanded.
After Georgia congressman William D. Upshaw criticized Maryland openly in for not passing Prohibition laws, Baltimore Sun editor Hamilton Owens coined the "Free State" nickname for Maryland in that context, which was popularized by H. Mencken in a series of newspaper editorials.
Maryland's urban and rural communities had different experiences during the Great Depression. The " Bonus Army " marched through the state in on its way to Washington, D. Maryland instituted its first ever income tax in to generate revenue for schools and welfare. The biggest operations were Bethlehem Steel 's Fairfield Yard, which built Liberty ships ; and Glenn Martin , an aircraft manufacturer.
Agricultural tracts gave way to residential communities such as Columbia and Montgomery Village. Concurrently the Interstate Highway System was built throughout the state, most notably I and the Capital Beltway , altering travel patterns. In the eastern and western halves of Maryland were linked for the first time by the Chesapeake Bay Bridge , which replaced a nearby ferry service. Maryland's regions experienced economic changes following WWII.
Heavy manufacturing declined in Baltimore. In Maryland's four westernmost counties, industrial, railroad, and coal mining jobs declined. On the lower Eastern Shore , family farms were bought up by major concerns and large-scale poultry farms and vegetable farming became prevalent. In Southern Maryland, tobacco farming nearly vanished due to suburban development and a state tobacco buy-out program. In an effort to reverse depopulation due to the loss of working-class industries, Baltimore initiated urban renewal projects in the s with Charles Center and the Baltimore World Trade Center.
Some resulted in the break-up of intact residential neighborhoods, producing social volatility, and some older residential areas around the harbor have had units renovated and have become popular with new populations. Immigration from outside the United States resulted in a net increase of , people, and migration within the country produced a net loss of 13, people. The center of population of Maryland is located on the county line between Anne Arundel County and Howard County , in the unincorporated community of Jessup.
Maryland's history as a border state has led it to exhibit characteristics of both the Northern and Southern regions of the United States. As of , Births in table don't add up, because Hispanics are counted both by their ethnicity and by their race, giving a higher overall number. Spanish including Spanish Creole is the second-most-spoken language in Maryland, after English. The third- and fourth-most-spoken languages are French including Patois and Cajun and Chinese.
Most of the population of Maryland lives in the central region of the state, in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area and Washington Metropolitan Area , both of which are part of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. The majority of Maryland's population is concentrated in the cities and suburbs surrounding Washington, D.
Maryland's capital city, Annapolis , is one exception to this pattern, since it lies along the banks of the Severn River , close to where it empties into the Chesapeake Bay. The Eastern Shore is less populous and more rural, as are the counties of western Maryland. The two westernmost counties of Maryland, Allegany and Garrett , are mountainous and sparsely populated, resembling West Virginia and Appalachia more than they do the rest of Maryland. Southern Maryland is still somewhat rural, but suburbanization from Washington, D.
In the Census Bureau reported Maryland's population as New residents of African descent include 20th-century and later immigrants from Nigeria , particularly of the Igbo and Yoruba tribes. Many immigrants from the Horn of Africa have settled in Maryland, with large communities existing in the suburbs of Washington, D.
The Greater Washington area has the largest population of Ethiopians outside of Africa. The top reported ancestries by Maryland residents are: Irish American populations can be found throughout the Baltimore area ,  and the Northern and Eastern suburbs of Washington D. A large percentage of the population of the Eastern Shore and Southern Maryland are descendants of British American ancestry.
The Eastern Shore was settled by Protestants, chiefly Methodist and the southern counties were initially settled by English Catholics. Western and northern Maryland have large German-American populations. More recent European immigrants of the late 19th and early 20th century settled first in Baltimore, attracted to its industrial jobs.
Many of their ethnic Italian , Polish , Czech , Lithuanian , and Greek descendants still live in the area. The shares of European immigrants born in Eastern Europe increased significantly between and Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, and Czechoslovakia, many immigrants from Eastern Europe came to the United States - 12 percent of which currently reside in Maryland.
Salvadorans are the largest Hispanic group in Maryland. Other Hispanic groups with significant populations in the state include Mexicans and Puerto Ricans and Hondurans. Though the Salvadoran population is more concentrated in the area around Washington, D. Maryland has one of the most diverse Hispanic populations in the country, with significant populations from various Caribbean and Central American nations.
Asian Americans are concentrated in the suburban counties surrounding Washington, D. Numerous Indian Americans live across the state, especially in central Maryland. Mary's , Garrett , and Cecil counties.
Attracting educated Asians and Africans to the professional jobs in the region, Maryland has the fifth-largest proportions of racial minorities in the country. In , were counted as foreign born, which represents mainly people from Latin America and Asia. According to The Williams Institute's analysis of the U. Census, 12, same-sex couples are living in Maryland, representing 5.
As of , non-Hispanic white Americans were By , minorities are projected to become the majority of voting eligible residents of Maryland. Maryland has been historically prominent to American Catholic tradition because the English colony of Maryland was intended by George Calvert as a haven for English Catholics. Baltimore was the seat of the first Catholic bishop in the U. Georgetown University , the first Catholic University, was founded in in what was then part of Maryland.
Among the immigrants of the 19th and 20th century from eastern and southern Europe were many Catholics. Demographically, both Protestants and those identifying no religion are more numerous than Catholics. According to Pew research 69 percent of Maryland's population identifies as Christian. The Southern Baptist Convention has , members. Two of Maryland's counties, Howard and Montgomery, are the second and eleventh wealthiest counties in the nation respectively.
As of February , the state's unemployment rate was 4. Maryland's economy benefits from the state's close proximity to the federal government in Washington, D. In addition, a number of educational and medical research institutions are located in the state. In fact, the various components of The Johns Hopkins University and its medical research facilities are now the largest single employer in the Baltimore area. Altogether, white collar technical and administrative workers comprise 25 percent of Maryland's labor force , [ citation needed ] attributable in part to nearby Maryland being a part of the Washington Metro Area where the federal government office employment is relatively high.
Manufacturing, while large in dollar value, is highly diversified with no sub-sector contributing over 20 percent of the total. Typical forms of manufacturing include electronics, computer equipment, and chemicals.
The once mighty primary metals sub-sector, which at one time included what was then the largest steel factory in the world at Sparrows Point , still exists, but is pressed with foreign competition, bankruptcies , and mergers. Mining other than construction materials is virtually limited to coal, which is located in the mountainous western part of the state.
The brownstone quarries in the east, which gave Baltimore and Washington much of their characteristic architecture in the midth century, were once a predominant natural resource. Historically, there used to be small gold-mining operations in Maryland, some near Washington, but these no longer exist. One major service activity is transportation, centered on the Port of Baltimore and its related rail and trucking access. The port ranked 17th in the U. The port also receives several different brands of imported motor vehicles and is the number one auto port in the U.
Baltimore City is the eighth largest port in the nation, and was at the center of the February controversy over the Dubai Ports World deal because it was considered to be of such strategic importance.
The state as a whole is heavily industrialized, with a booming economy and influential technology centers. Its computer industries are some of the most sophisticated in the United States, and the federal government has invested heavily in the area. Maryland is home to several large military bases and scores of high level government jobs. Maryland has a large food-production sector. A large component of this is commercial fishing , centered in the Chesapeake Bay, but also including activity off the short Atlantic seacoast.
The largest catches by species are the blue crab , oysters , striped bass , and menhaden. The Bay also has overwintering waterfowl in its wildlife refuges. The waterfowl support a tourism sector of sportsmen. Maryland has large areas of fertile agricultural land in its coastal and Piedmont zones, though this land use is being encroached upon by urbanization. Agriculture is oriented to dairy farming especially in foothill and piedmont areas for nearby large city milksheads plus specialty perishable horticulture crops, such as cucumbers , watermelons , sweet corn , tomatoes , muskmelons , squash , and peas Source: In addition, the southern counties of the western shoreline of Chesapeake Bay are warm enough to support a tobacco cash crop zone, which has existed since early Colonial times but declined greatly after a state government buyout in the s.
There is also a large automated chicken -farming sector in the state's southeastern part; Salisbury is home to Perdue Farms.
Maryland's food-processing plants are the most significant type of manufacturing by value in the state. Maryland is a major center for life sciences research and development.
With more than biotechnology companies located there, Maryland is the fourth-largest nexus in this field in the United States. Maryland is home to defense contractor Emergent BioSolutions , which manufactures and provides an anthrax vaccine to U. Tourism is popular in Maryland, with tourists visiting the city of Baltimore, the beaches of the Eastern Shore, and the nature of western Maryland, as well as many passing through on the way to Washington, D.
Ocean City on the Atlantic Coast has been a popular beach destination in summer, particularly since the Chesapeake Bay Bridge was built in connecting the Eastern Shore to the more populated Maryland cities. Maryland also has several sites of interest to military history, given Maryland's role in the American Civil War and in the War of Other attractions include the historic and picturesque towns along the Chesapeake Bay , such as Saint Mary's , Maryland's first colonial settlement and original capital.
The Maryland Department of Transportation oversees most transportation in the state through its various administration-level agencies. I , fully contained within Anne Arundel County and the second shortest Hawaii has one that is shorter. There are also several auxiliary Interstate highways in Maryland. Among them are two beltways encircling the major cities of the region: I , which connects the Frederick area with Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia through major suburbs to the northwest of Washington, is a major commuter route and is as wide as fourteen lanes at points.
Construction of the ICC was a major part of the campaign platform of former Governor Robert Ehrlich , who was in office from until , and of Governor Martin O'Malley , who succeeded him. Maryland also has a state highway system that contains routes numbered from 2 through , however most of the higher-numbered routes are either unsigned or are relatively short.
The only other airports with commercial service are at Hagerstown and Salisbury. The Maryland suburbs of Washington, D. The College Park Airport is the nation's oldest, founded in , and is still used. Wilbur Wright trained military aviators at this location.
The WMATA 's Metrorail rapid transit and Metrobus local bus systems the 2nd and 6th busiest in the nation of their respective modes provide service in Montgomery and Prince George's counties and connect them to Washington D.
The Maryland Transit Administration often abbreviated as "MTA Maryland" , a state agency part of the Maryland Department of Transportation also provides transit services within the state. Baltimore's Light Rail and Metro Subway systems serve its densely populated inner-city and the surrounding suburbs.
The MTA also serves the city and its suburbs with its local bus service the 9th largest system in the nation. Freight rail transport is handled principally by two Class I railroads , as well as several smaller regional and local carriers.
Major rail yards are located in Baltimore and Cumberland,  with an intermodal terminal rail, truck and marine in Baltimore. The government of Maryland is conducted according to the state constitution. The government of Maryland, like the other 49 state governments , has exclusive authority over matters that lie entirely within the state's borders, except as limited by the Constitution of the United States.
Power in Maryland is divided among three branches of government: Maryland's governor is unique in the United States as the office is vested with significant authority in budgeting. The legislature may not increase the governor's proposed budget expenditures. Unlike many other states, significant autonomy is granted to many of Maryland's counties.
Most of the business of government is conducted in Annapolis , the state capital. Elections for governor and most statewide offices, as well as most county elections, are held in midterm-election years even-numbered years not divisible by four. The intermediate appellate court is known as the Court of Special Appeals and the state supreme court is the Court of Appeals. The appearance of the judges of the Maryland Court of Appeals is unique; Maryland is the only state whose judges wear red robes.
Maryland imposes five income tax brackets, ranging from 2 to 6. Local officials set the rates and the revenue is returned to the local governments quarterly. The top income tax bracket of 9. Maryland's state sales tax is 6 percent. Since before the Civil War, Maryland's elections have been largely controlled by the Democrats , which account for State elections are dominated by Baltimore and the populous suburban counties bordering Washington, D.
As of July ,  sixty-six percent of the state's population resides in these six jurisdictions, most of which contain large, traditionally Democratic voting bloc s: The remainder of the state, particularly Western Maryland and the Eastern Shore , is more supportive of Republicans. Vice President from to , when he resigned in the aftermath of findings that he had taken bribes while he was Governor of Maryland.
Though claiming innocence, Agnew negotiated a plea bargain and appeared before the federal court in Baltimore in October , where he pled no contest to one tax evasion felony charge and submitted his letter of resignation. In , Maryland was one of six states to vote for Jimmy Carter.
In , former Governor Robert Ehrlich was the first Republican to be elected to that office in four decades, and after one term lost his seat to Baltimore Mayor and Democrat Martin O'Malley. Ehrlich ran again for governor in , losing again to O'Malley. The election brought no change in the pattern of Democratic dominance.
Steele , with 55 percent of the vote, against Steele's 44 percent. While Republicans usually win more counties, by piling up large margins in the west and east, they are also usually swamped by the more densely populated and heavily Democratic Baltimore—Washington axis. While McCain won most of the western and eastern counties by margins of 2-to-1 or more, he was almost completely shut out in the larger counties surrounding Baltimore and Washington; every large county except Anne Arundel went for Obama.
From to , U. Mary's counties in southern Maryland. In , Republicans won control of most counties. The Democratic Party remained in control of eight county governments including Baltimore City. A well known newspaper is The Baltimore Sun. Education Week ranked Maryland 1 in its nationwide — Quality Counts reports. The Maryland General Assembly has given the Superintendent and State Board autonomy to make educationally related decisions, limiting its own influence on the day-to-day functions of public education.
Each county and county-equivalent in Maryland has a local Board of Education charged with running the public schools in that particular jurisdiction. Maryland has a broad range of private primary and secondary schools. Many of these are affiliated with various religious sects, including parochial schools of the Catholic Church , Quaker schools, Seventh-day Adventist schools, and Jewish schools. In , Maryland law was changed to allow for the creation of publicly funded charter schools, although the charter schools must be approved by their local Board of Education and are not exempt from state laws on education, including collective bargaining laws.
In , the state led the entire country in the percentage of students passing Advanced Placement examinations. This marks the first year that Maryland earned this honor. Maryland has several historic and renowned private colleges and universities, the most prominent of which is Johns Hopkins University , founded in with a grant from Baltimore entrepreneur Johns Hopkins. The first public university in the state is the University of Maryland, Baltimore , which was founded in and contains the University of Maryland's only public academic health , human services, and one of two law centers the other being the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Seven professional and graduate schools train the majority of the state's physicians, nurses, dentists, lawyers, social workers, and pharmacists. Towson University , founded in , is the state's second largest university. The majority of public universities in the state are affiliated with the University System of Maryland. Two state-funded institutions, Morgan State University and St. John's College in Annapolis, Maryland and Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland , both private institutions, are the two oldest colleges in the state, and are among the oldest in the country.
Other private institutions include Mount St. Maryland's 24 public library systems deliver public education for everyone in the state of Maryland through a curriculum that comprises three pillars: Many of the library systems have established formalized partnerships with other educational institutions in their counties and regions.
With two major metropolitan areas, Maryland has a number of major and minor professional sports franchises. Maryland enjoys considerable historical repute for the talented sports players of its past, including Cal Ripken Jr. In , The Baltimore Sun published a list of Maryland's top ten athletes in the state's history.
Other professional sports franchises in the state include five affiliated minor league baseball teams, one independent league baseball team, the Baltimore Blast indoor soccer team, two indoor football teams, three low-level outdoor soccer teams, and the Chesapeake Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse.
Maryland is also home to one of the three races in horse racing's annual Triple Crown, the Preakness Stakes , which is run every spring at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. The Congressional Country Club has hosted three golf tournaments for the U. Open and a PGA Championship. The official state sport of Maryland, since , is jousting ; the official team sport since is lacrosse. In , intending to promote physical fitness for all ages, walking became the official state exercise. Maryland is the first state with an official state exercise.
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In , grooming Kathie Lee for a career in Christian entertainment, Bryant arranged for her to attend Oral Roberts University in Tulsa on a full music scholarship.
But Kathie Lee never felt entirely comfortable at the university. God went to the trouble to make us unique. They wanted us to believe the same way, think the same way. In Kathie Lee made the big move to Los Angeles and began the struggle to launch a performing career—auditioning for commercials, landing big parts in soap operas and recording gospel albums.
Which may explain her instant attraction to the leader of her Bible study group, year-old Paul Johnson, a blue-eyed, golden-haired gospel composer. After a tortuous courtship, with Paul drawing close and pulling back, they married in It was time for candles and romance, time to boogie and swing from the chandeliers.
But she thought she was married for life. Husband and wife sought help from both therapists and pastors, but nothing helped. Ironically, just as Kathie Lee began spending her nights in the guest bedroom, she and Paul were becoming a hot couple in gospel-music circles, performing together and gracing covers of Christian magazines. In the late s, Kathie Lee threw herself into a separate career as well. Despite her growing success, like many struggling performers, Gifford reveals that she was occasionally a victim of sexual harassment.
He had subjected me to an unspeakably humiliating and disgusting violation. In , Kathie Lee came home one day to find that Paul had moved out. But she also acknowledges that getting divorced was the best thing that could have happened to her—both professionally and personally.
Six months later, when Good Morning America hired her to do some field pieces, she moved to Manhattan, set herself up in a basement apartment on the Upper West Side and occasionally filled in for Joan Lunden.
Once, when David Hartman was also out of town, Kathie Lee caught a glimpse of her designated cohost at a mirror putting in his contact lenses. It was Frank Gifford. Her first impression—and one that has endured, as her fans well know was. Kathie Lee was still reeling from the breakup of her own marriage. Even now, with her husband out of town for five days, Kathie Lee is counting down the hours till his return. A girl can only hope. In March , Cody Newton Gifford was born.
For, as she had frequently complained to her audience, Frank, now 62, had been reluctant to start a new family.
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