Skin Dating Data was added , skin has a size of 64x64 pixels. Stephen Doberstein is senior vice president and chief scientific officer at a biotech firm that is developing an opioid designed to offer pain relief without the feeling of euphoria that can lead to addiction.A minority, however, does take the holiday to heart, scrambling for any date at all (15 percent) or seeking the comfort of a favorite vice (12 percent).And that's especially true for Black men, who are more than twice as likely as women to see Valentine's Day as a fine reason to go on a date.-- So much for the "singles angst" that supposedly accompanies Feb. For most unattached African-Americans, Valentine's Day is just another day - albeit one where it may be tough to dodge long-stemmed roses, boxed chocolates and mushy greeting cards.According to the latest Dating Data poll from Black People Meet.com, nearly two-thirds of all Black singles -- 63 percent -- go about their normal routine on February 14th, eschewing heart-related hoopla.
More than 1,700 single African-Americans answered as follows: "Valentine's Day is a reason to:" * 63 percent -- Go about my normal routine * 15 percent -- Get a date, any date * 12 percent -- Indulge in my favorite vice * 5 percent -- Hide in a concrete bunker * 4 percent -- Work overtime "It looks like Valentine's Day is a case where perception is not reality, at least for single Black folks," said Ron Worthy, Executive Director of Black People and Vice President of People Media.Foreign brides and single women seeking marriage or dating are waiting for you here!Satisfy your curiosity and find out why women from Russia seek partners abroad."Counter to the conventional wisdom, the Black People Meet poll shows that Valentine's Day is less of a time to go on yet another holiday-inspired shopping binge than to carry on with business as usual.)--So much for the “singles angst” that supposedly accompanies Feb. For most unattached African-Americans, Valentine’s Day is just another day – albeit one where it may be tough to dodge long-stemmed roses, boxed chocolates and mushy greeting cards.