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How does that relate to the NBER's recession dating procedure?
A: Most of the recessions identified by our procedures do consist of two or more quarters of declining real GDP, but not all of them.
In case you haven't read it in full, here's the abbreviated version of my findings: Tinder is mindless, but fun.
Hinge feels less sketchy because you get matched up with your Facebook friends' friends. Ok Cupid proved itself to be nothing but a barrage of unwanted and often gross messages.
Minutes into my Bumble experience, I quickly realized I'd have to start talking to the guys I matched with, otherwise things wouldn't go anywhere. Of course, the more messages you send, the more you'll receive, but nearly everyone I've sent a message to has responded quickly. But two of my friends and I have gone on a collective 13 dates in the past month courtesy of Bumble, so something about the app seems to be working.
So despite being intimidated, I sent a few messages, and based on my experiences on Tinder — where I'd get messages from guys and rarely respond — I assumed the same thing would happen to me. Turns out guys like Bumble because they like not having the pressure of initiating a conversation.
There’s a lot of room to be negligent and nasty to each other," Wolfe told Business Insider earlier this year.
In 2001, for example, the recession did not include two consecutive quarters of decline in real GDP.
In the recession beginning in December 2007 and ending in June 2009, real GDP declined in the first, third, and fourth quarters of 2008 and in the first quarter of 2009.
I'm not sure it's feminist as much as it simply reverses gender roles and makes women make the first move.
I was expecting to hate it (I am lazy, so the idea of an app with the premise of me having to send a ton of messages was unappealing), so I put it off and reviewed it last intentionally."I figured, whatever I do next I want to narrow that down.