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  1. cincydave8

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    Millennials Are Leaving Religion And Not Coming Back https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/millennials-are-leaving-religion-and-not-coming-back/ Millennials (those between the ages of 23 and 38) are now almost as likely to say they have no religion as they are to identify as Christian. For a long time, though, it wasn’t clear whether this youthful defection from religion would be temporary or permanent. It seemed possible that as millennials grew older, at least some would return to a more traditional religious life. But there’s mounting evidence that today’s younger generations may be leaving religion for good. For one thing, many millennials never had strong ties to religion to begin with, which means they were less likely to develop habits or associations that make it easier to return to a religious community. Young adults are also increasingly likely to have a spouse who is nonreligious, which may help reinforce their secular worldview. Changing views about the relationship between morality and religion also appear to have convinced many young parents that religious institutions are simply irrelevant or unnecessary for their children.
  2. As a Millennial Dad, I thought this was an interesting article.... Dads now spend 3 times as much time with their kids than previous generations Millennial dads are spending 3 times as much times with their kids than their fathers spent with them. Back in 1982, 43% of fathers admitted they'd never changed a diaper. Today, that number is down to about 3%. Research shows millennial dads have more egalitarian beliefs about childcare, and are striving to see more even distribution of parenting duties in their own households. The numbers prove things aren't perfect—many dads admit things aren't yet even in their homes (mom still does more)— but one recent study found modern dads devote 30 more minutes to daily household chores than their own fathers did, and they're spending more time with their kids than previous generations. https://www.mother.ly/news/millennial-dads-spend-more-time-with-their-kids?rebelltitem=3#rebelltitem3
  3. ^ Because some people believe its their god given right to park free as close as humanly possible to their destination. The bottom line is there is an absurd amount of parking in the core and now with more coming because of FCC. Mercer and Washington Park may be full on weekend nights but I've never had problem parking in the Kroger employee garage during those times.
  4. ^ Yep, despite the "outrage" from the WLW crowd, i really doubt that many voters will care about a group of Democratic council members having a group text legal or not.
  5. Bengals officially now 1 loss away from Joe Burrow. One more loss either at Miami or vs Brownies clinches the 1st pick in the draft.
  6. More Direct International Flights On CVG's Holiday Wish List https://www.wvxu.org/post/more-direct-international-flights-cvgs-holiday-wish-list In its heyday, the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport saw Delta offer 670 daily flights with direct service to Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Rome and Paris, as WVXU reported. But that was 2005. That year, Delta declared bankruptcy and reduced service at its one-time hub. Today, CVG just has one of those transatlantic flights here and it's to Paris. Irish Ambassador Daniel Mulhall told WVXU's Michael Monks in an interview for Cincinnati Edition that he met with McGraw this week to discuss getting a direct Aer Lingus flight from CVG to Dublin. "Dublin's now become a hub for European countries," Mulhall says. "You can transit to Dublin to every capitol city in Europe now very conveniently on our national carrier. They have 22 routes into the United States and I'm hoping Cincinnati might be included in their plans for the future as well."
  7. Hell, Turner Field in Atlanta wasn't even old enough to drink before the Braves moved out. Globe Life Park for the Texas Rangers was a bit older before they decided to build a new one because they "needed" a roof and air condition. There's probably other examples but those are the first that come to mind. But as Cincy513 said, Bengals aren't going anywhere and unless they can trick Warren or Butler County to give them $1B they'll be renovating PBS.
  8. I doubt the west side parking will ever go. Those are most likely for suites, press, players, FCC staff and other VIP folks. The east side lot will also probably be for these kind of folks. Big spenders and other VIP type. I guess they're adding this other 1,000 garage for season ticket holders in lower bowl pitch side seats. Like I said, it's obviously not ideal as is, but hopefully with ballet moving that corner will be developed into some nice house/retailing at some point.
  9. ^ We also need to get rid of all the one way streets. There appears to be some progress on that around Court Street but all the numbered streets from 2nd up to 9th need to go back to 2 way instead of being highways. We also need to allow restaurant bump outs.
  10. I don't think there's a garage under the stadium, unless I missed that also, not sure how I could have. This is a new garage that will be on Liberty basically across from Ollie's if I'm reading that correctly. So then, another Hamilton County garage may be also built somewhere. I know the WCET garage is being torn down too right now, but I'm not sure what's going to replace it, does someone know? But, hopefully by building this garage in the location described the corner where the ballet is will actually be developed into something other than parking. But we'll see.
  11. ^ There's also a song on that El Vy album that has the line "I'm from f-cking Delhi, not f-cking Over-The-Rhine" El Vy - I'm The Man To Be
  12. Well I'm a big National fan, but I loved seeing Father John Misty, Lord Huron and Julien Baker. Also, posters must just love trolling or are just truly a sh*tty people to feel the need post over and over again how you don't like a band with local roots who's hosting an Indie Rock Festival on the cities front lawn.
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