Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Understanding Independent Women

Are men really intimidated by an independent woman?

Duration: 42 minutes.

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We men have heard so many women claim that independent women scare us for some reason.  I personally don't believe that to be the case, but I've never asked a woman's perspective on it.  What exactly does it mean to be a strong, independent woman?  What are things to expect when dating a strong woman?  

I figured who would be better to ask than Cary Thomas of the Camouflaged Beauty Podcast?

Cary is a military veteran and that alone automatically proves her toughness and discipline.  She is the type of person that a lot of people would consider as being "strong".  How do you guys look at her because of that?  Do men avoid her because they feel as if they can't live up to her expectations?

I'll ask her about that, the definition of singleness, and more on this Q-on-1 edition of the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!

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www.CamouflagedBeauty.com or www.instagram.com/camouflagedbeauty_.

Show #914

Saturday, February 20, 2021

Who Is Your Relationship Role Model?

the Talk 2 Q Radio Show celebrates 10 years with an explosive show about relationships! 

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Duration: 52 minutes.

Lori Harvey is praised not for finding what appears to be a good man, but for dating multiple men. Russell Wilson is criticized for publicly loving his wife. 

Why is it that people have such different views of celebrity relationships? Who were their relationship role models when growing up?

We'll discuss that and more on tonight's T2Q!  Celebrating 10 years on the air, baby!

Show #913

Friday, February 19, 2021

$15 Minimum Wage: Good Or Bad?

Is minimum wage going to $15 an hour?   If so, how will that impact the economy?

Duration: 74 minutes

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There have been proposals to raise minimum wage to $15/hour in increments by 2025.  I'm all for people making more money, but what kind of impact would this move have on everyone not making minimum wage?

Will there not be an impact felt on the workers who make minimum wage in New York?  How will their lives compare to the workers who make minimum wage in Missouri?  And what about the people who make $16/hour?  Will they get incremental increases as well or will companies avoid giving them raises to compensate for a higher minimum wage?

So many questions to throw out to my Show Legends.  Let's see what they have to say on this episode of the Talk 2 Q Radio Show.  "No experts.  Just opinions."

Show #912

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