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The human application – if there is one – is about choosing a partner who will pull his or her own weight when the children arrive.
"Is it a matter of personality matching, synchronisation/coordination of activities, or a matter of stimulation/motivation by your partner in investing all the work it takes to raise a family, as our exploratory analyses tend to suggest? The innovative part of this experiment was the focus on behavioral compatibility, the fact that finches stuck in a "loveless marriage" were obviously less interested in each other, and it affected the chicks negatively.
For the other half, however, the authors intervened like overbearing Victorian parents, splitting up the happy pair, and forcibly pairing them with other broken-hearted individuals."The study concluded that self-chosen birds had successful families at a 37 percent higher rate than the arranged couples.
The birds who stayed with their mate of choice produced fewer unhatched eggs and healthier chicks.
That's exactly what I found with Speed Dating with the Dead.
Somewhere around the middle, Digger gets a warning to get his daughter out of the hotel and leave. Because soon the inn will be closing for good, angels can’t be trusted, and demons don’t like to play alone.' First of all, Digger and his daughter are hardly together in the book and almost the whole damn plot is there.
The character in question simply didn't get enough space to annoy me, I think. The blurb gives a bit too much: 'And when people start to disappear, Digger and his daughter Kendra must face the circle of demons that view the hotel as their personal playground.
I will forgive the teenager since she can't help being annoying.
Instead you have an old washed out hag of a manager, a dishonest and beautiful employee, a stereotypical Mexican laundry woman, a cougar who has a hidden reason to be there, and the rest of the visitors are crazed ghost hunters.Moreover, the females appeared less interested in romance with an arranged partner, and the males in these pairs wanted less to do with newly hatched chicks.