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This morning we got some very big news the lodging industry when we learned that Marriott is buying Starwood a house of hotel brands like scharton Westin st. Regis W a meridian among others for 12 billion dollars in a difficult to understand stock transaction we know that star would have been trying to sell itself for some time but I have to say that deal is a little confusing while the merger will create the world's largest hotel company it's a vertical Colossus we have to wonder star woods being undervalued their shareholders get 0.92 shares of Marriott one with two dollars for each share of Starwood certainly that's what the market is saying given the Starwood stock plunged more than three percent on the news today normally they take over situation you expect the target stock to go higher otherwise why would management accept the bid maybe we're misjudging the transaction though which is why I'm thrilled to have Arne s rensen the president CEO of Marriott International and Adam Aaron to see you of Starwood Hotels and Resorts here to help us understand this deal mr. Swenson mr. Aaron welcome to may of money thank you glad to be here what you first tell me why your stock went up and his stock went down which seems to be kind of theoretically impossible given the fact that you're giving him the stock yeah well don't don't try and make me into a market expert because I'm not paran I make my effort trying to run a hotel all right well then why is this junky open both but we think it's a tremendous deal because we can pull these two companies together we can obviou obviously get cost synergies that'll be an easy part are we thinking we get revenue synergies we think we can deliver margin improvement for our hotel owners and franchisees and we'll end up with a more global company more dominant in the lifestyle space with more money to spend on technology consumer facing technology which will help us compete with new entrants into our industry all of that we think is very very positive all right now Fritz fan passion who left the company in February the stock was at 78 dollars and 55 cents Adam why is this better than the company that he left you and why should people hold on into the combined entity Jim you know we've made a lot of progress this year on a number of fronts we're growing much faster than they were than we were before we cut a lot of cost we reinvigorated our brands we added new brands we got much more asset light spinning off in past and contemplated transactions two point three billion dollars of assets but when we looked at the industry going forward we think that size matters and when we had the opportunity at Starwood to combine with Marriott to jointly create under our knees the.


I’m gay and have “come out” to a few close family members, but it did not go well. Should I come out to the rest of my close confidants, etc.?
Well as a half successful coming out person could I just give you some advice. In China I have no idea whether you know that coming out is really really hard and actually 90% of Chinese gays will marry a girl they don't like at all. But in China a man must marry a girl and set up a family because that is the most important thing of a man in China, or say, traditional Chinese thoughts. And the second thing is that many of us(I mean at the same age with us) are the only person in a Chinese family so we need to have our next generation. Well don't feel surprised because this is true. That are the background Then unfortunately(I mean for many Chinese family) I am the only child in my family. My mother was wondering how my life would be nice when I entered university and found a girlfriend and married and had a great family. I came out to my father first. I was brought up(I don't know if I should use past tense) by my father, when I entered high school I communicated with my father a lot so he might find some differences on me, I am his child after all. And in the day I became an adult I wrote a letter to him that his son is a gay. He didn't say anything because I was going to take the most important examination of a Chinese people's life----gaokaoAfter that we didn't say anything about it until one day I want to talk to him about it. I told him, yes I am a gay and I know it's hard to accept but the sexual orientation could not be changed. I can have a good life even if I am a gay, I said, "I couldn't be happy when I am with the person I don't like. What you want is that I can have a happy life, right? Then I would be happy when I am with a man who I love, you can't say I wouldn't have a good life when I am a gay."And he said, "well I have thought it thoroughly and I don't oppose it as long as you can live your own life well. "It's amazing! You will know that your parents love you no matter who you are. As for my mother, she is still in accepting time but I think she will make it. That's why I said half successful in the first. And at last I want to say what I have gone through didn't represent many people, it is just my experience and you wanna come out, you should prepare well, but people who loves you will continue to love you no matter what you have chenged. Good luck\U0001f618
What's the best way to come out?
I try to answer all sincere A2A questions and I am sure most folks are not going to like what I say, but here goes.Today it is standard, even fashionable, to come out and there are many benefits.At the same time, I am (more accurately “was”) transsexual and for me my coming out was to drop the bullshit role of pretending to be any kind of boy. The morning I left my apartment, as I started the official 24/7/365/and-for-the-rest-of-my-life, I came OUT, except I was not sending out announcements. My walk to the bus stop and going to work where they expected me, Virginia, to show up was my coming out.For most LGB people and I am an L so I know a bit about this, coming out is announcing to the world your sexual preference. For a T, it is announcing who you are. LGB usually don’t have dead names. They don’t have to completely switch their clothing. They don’t have anywhere near as many identity documents to process. They don’t begin to speak a different “dialect” (femmese, to coin a word). LGB people may feel more at ease and can introduce their “roommate” as someone they share more than an apartment with—they share a bed.The trans person also lives honestly and it’s why I don’t know whether to laugh or cry when I hear that after coming out as my self, I have to come out again as “trans.” I hear from people who are announcing their trans-ness, “I didn’t come out of one closet to go back into another!” Everyone has the right to follow the path to wherever it leads them, but in my view the phrase I just cited has it exactly right, but not in the way the speaker intended.By coming out a second time is when I am back in the closet.For years transsexuals were thrown under the bus by the straight-acting politicos of the LGB who want cis het approval for various legislation. The Human Rights campaign only recently began mending fences with T-people who were an embarrassment to the LGB and therefore thwarted LGB political aims. Even today there are vocal elements in the LGB who want to disassociate themselves the the TQ+ folks. The reason the “T” is in LGBTQ+ is that the LGB is fighting for freedom from mindless persecution by the heterosexual majority. Like NATO, we may be very different, but we are all stronger when we are united, but we are not always understood.Many do not get that we come out when we transition and that’s it! Our presentation speaks for itself. I either pass or I don’t, but I’m not doing to make an issue of it.When I enter the ladies room, I have never been challenged nor has anyone batted so much as an eyelash. To me that’s coming out. The so-called “bathroom bills” was to put people of transition into the awkward position of using a restroom that does not match up with who they are. They are trying to force people into a closet—albeit a water closet.What I don’t do when I enter a ladies room is to yell, “Hey! I transitioned 43 years ago! Thought you’d like to know! Just being honest!” As if 43 years of living as my authentic self is some sort of lie or needs to be explained.Edward R. Morrow said, “A man lives a life, not an apology.” The same can be said of women.Do I tell people about my past? Hell yes, but very few and usually only other people of transition or who are caregivers or to the government through my SSI.Narratives are private and not for the curious or the prurient to dig through, dissect, and publicly discuss. I would sooner cop to having ladies parts than to say I was “transgender.” Mock and others (and I greatly respect her) says she’s trans and refuses to say if she had lady parts. Maybe we can be right on both scores. Neither question should be asked nor answers demanded nor expected.From the Rubaiyat,The Moving Finger writes, and, having writ,Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor WitShall lure it back to cancel half a Line,Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it.If we tell others things about ourselves, we can’t call it back. What people will do with our story or how they will distort and twist it and choose to think on it is out of our control.Who needs to know about coming out as “T”? Absolutely everyone, but they will learn it not though our words but through our deeds.
If you left a survey for burglars to fill out the next time they ransacked your home, how would they rate the experience?
How did you learn about us?Rumors about rural houses having little Security.Location: 5/10Location was alright. Around 500 meters to the nearest neighbor. But unfortunately an hour away from any sizable population (20,000 plus being a sizable population.)Transportation: 10/10Transportation was top notch. The owners of the property never lock their Minivan or Pick-up truck. The keys are always left in the vehicles. Both are moderately new and somewhat non-descriptive so a perfect getaway vehicle. Not only did they prvehicles they also kept trailers in a easily accessible unlocked shed.Security: 9/10Security was lax. There is a gate but it isn’t locked. Doors aren’t locked unless the house is left unoccupied for more than 2 weeks. No cameras made it really easy. They did have a dog which made it a bit of a pain. He was easily disposed of as he was just a Labrador Retriever puppy. Owners are very light sleepers don’t rob if they’re around.Products: 10/10No place has better selection. The place had 3 DSLR cameras, 3 Workstation class desktops, 3 tablets, 4 drones, 6 Smartphones, 9 external monitors and 11 laptops. All of the items were of premium design and value (aka Apples or equivalent). The freezers and shelves were well stocked the rest of the property was much more appealing though.They also had a shop on the property with many tools ranging from mechanics to carpentry to fabrication. The tools were of medium quality. The shop also stored 2 ATV for added convenience. The shop wasn’t the jackpot though.The shed was the real treasure trove. This drive in shed held heavy equipment all with the keys in the ignition for easy accessibility. The average equipment’s value was around $100,000, with a combined value of around $1.5 Million. Unfortunately the heavy equipment is hard to transport and the market is too small to get away with it.The products all seemed gift wrapped for the taking. Everything was easy to find as it looked organized.Laws in the area: 10/10Owners aren’t allowed to use lethal force or even have a premeditated weapon for self defense. A robber in the area once accidentally locked himself into the garage place he was robbing. As the owners did not come home for a couple days he resorted to eating dog food. The end result was the owners were charged for negligence of the robber. Laws almost protect us. Owners are not supposed to attack us in any way or they may be charged.Would you recommend to your friends?If everybody is gone a resounding yes. Unfortunately that’s not very often as the house is occupied by Home-schooling kids, a Writer and the owner is a farmer who mostly works on property. Also if you intend to use brute force, bring a weapon. All the occupants are big. The average height is around 6 feet.BTW bring friends to help loot. It really requires a team of people to loot the place.
How have your family and friends responded to you coming out as a libertarian?
I’ve already written about how I “came out” and the fear-filled reaction of my fiancée. (See links below.) How did others react?FamilyMy father was already dead. As an authoritarian (a Captain in the Navy, and a famous surgeon barking life and death orders in an operating room), he would not have understood any hesitation to blindly obey Authority.My mother was a narcissist, so she never understood what I was talking about. To a narcissist, there is little boundary between herself and others, and libertarianism is all about clarifying and honoring that boundary.My brothers are knee-jerk conservatives, while my sisters are knee-jerk progressives. For them, politics is a feeling, not a coherent philosophy, subject to empiricism and logic.My in-laws are social democrats. My transition happened relatively early, and I suspect that they thought my then-fiancée would pull the plug quickly. They are probably still surprised that I remain in their midst. The family echo chamber, as they shake their heads at the selfishness and stupidity of anyone against massive government control, permits little examination. I have learned to just walk away.Liberal FriendsMy friends were all various shades of socialists and progressives. My shift had been so massive for me and I was shocked at where I had ended up. It was like all of a sudden I saw this giant elephant in the room! I couldn’t help myself: “Am I crazy? Don’t you see it?”My friends would sit bemused, and every once in a while weakly offer a counter-argument that I had used, “Yes! That is what I thought too, but don’t you see ….”But they never saw.One evening’s dinner discussion was not sufficient for me to counter all their programming. Most people do not have my drive for such fundamental exploration. They are instead comfortable with their current beliefs, surprised that anyone bothers to struggle, and quickly exhausted, “Well, let’s have some dessert.”My more activist friends would simply brand me. One ended our friendship with, “You’re the enemy!”, after a night trying to explain the philosophy of peaceful, consensual relationships.My wife practiced kicking me under the table, for she feared social ostracization most. I would make our friends uncomfortable (with the horrifying specter of peaceful coexistence and tolerance of human diversity), my shinbone would get sore, and I would shut-up, give up, and eat my chocolate ice cream.Conservative FriendsI could often engage in civil, political discussions with conservatives, but they preferred discussing economics to ethics. I was still in my heart a liberal, and the liberal personality is more than just a political outcome, so, I never really connected socially with conservatives, or for that matter, with many libertarians (because 75% come from conservative ranks).Into the ClosetSo I learned to avoid talking about political philosophy, even though, it was the subject I was most fascinated with, given that I saw something that few other people could see.Nonetheless, my work and volunteering was all libertarian inspired:I started new businesses to improve communications and trade.I helped poorer entrepreneurs get their businesses off the groundI helped parents find better schooling alternatives for their unique childI helped start up alternative schools, spread homeschooling, and tried working with government schools.I created community where everyone helped each other take proactive steps towards their different dreams.And I thought that I was, in these indirect ways, moving the world towards my dream of live-and-let-live, peaceful coexistence.The Trouble with Trump!But then Trump won, and my predominantly liberal circles went berserk. I couldn’t help but conclude that my indirect efforts to move my world towards libertarianism had not been effective, my associates devolved into tribal hatred.Now, we libertarians understand politics as a veneer, hiding violence that seeks to force other people to obey. But after Trump won, I saw people rejecting this carefully groomed facade of civility, to take “direct action” against those whom they disagreed with.And my heart broke.And that’s why I’m here on Quora today. I believe that, without us libertarians strongly advocating our peaceful alternative of live-and-let-live, our society will have at best giant, political, hate-filled fissures. But I fear an even more dreadful outcome if both sides mistakenly believe it’s either their way or a fight to the death.So, I’m trying to offer, “Hey, guys • there’s a third option!”See related:My personal political journeyHow did I become a libertarian?How did my wife react to me becoming a libertarian?Liberalism - LibertarianismHow does a liberal turn libertarian?Why are more liberals not libertarians?How does a socialist become a libertarian?Has the Libertarian Party slid to the left in recent years?Being LibertarianHow to introduce friends to political philosophy?What strategies to befriend conservatives or liberals?How libertarianism can turn friends into enemies.Too conservative for liberals, too liberal for conservatives?→ Essays on Becoming Libertarian by Dennis→ Table of Contents for Dennis• Libertarian Writings
How does it feel to quit a 9 to 5 job, family, friends, and to travel, explore, pursue the dream, and to face the hardships head on?
Let me answer this how does it feel? hmmmm i think one should not worry on how does it feel to leave a 9 to 5 job , family ,friends , if Traveling , exploring different places, , pursue a dream is what someone wanna do, if it is , what makes them happy , they should do it irrespective of the outcome of it, the very same thought of leaving a 9 to 5 job etc comes to my mind almost once every week,its just that i can't do it right now, maybe i will never be able to do that, but the reason for not doing it , is not at all based on how its gonna feel, there will be some times, when you will miss your family , friends afterall we are social animals but there will be times when you will feel the way you never felt in your life, which i or anybody else in the world cant express in words ( happy , completely free from society, social obligations and so many things).  you will have a experience of your life time, you will feel that you lived your life to full extent. if you wanna give it a try , go ahead and do it, take a sabbatical from work , try it for a short time, like for 2-3 months, and if it is something that makes you happy , do it full time , to be honest , this is all the fault of our society , we are told that we must have a job , get married , have kids, have a security for our future, and we waste our entire lives doing it, if you give it a try , at least you wont have a regret that you never tried. i can tell you that you are not the only one,thinking this way , everyone wants to do all these kind of stuff. its just that most of them never do it because of number of reasons, because we don't have the guts to leave all this behind. i can go on and on , but maybe someother times.
I'm bisexual and I don't know how I should come out to my family and friends, how should I go about this?
First of all: be sure it is safe to do so.Being in the closet is no fun, but it's vastly preferable to any physical harm you could face for coming out. Evaluate as best you can if there's a chance your parents will kick you out of the house (should that apply), or if it will have any financial or other ramifications for you.When I came out, I sent a group text to my closest friends. Basically, I said “I want you guys to know that I'm bisexual. It doesn't change anything about me- I've always been and probably always will be.”My friends all replied with some variation of “I love you and support you no matter what”, which was fantastic. Do be prepared, however, to be treated oddly or poorly. It's entirely possible they won't accept you. I'm not saying that to panic you, but it's important to be aware of that fact. If they do, get away from them. They're not worth it.As far as family• Well, I haven't tackled that one yet. I told my sister while we were driving to our Thanksgiving celebration. I sort of blurted it out, and she went “Well that makes sense!” She's never mentioned it again, and neither have I. But she knows.I'd recommend doing it in person, if you don't think there's a possibility of immediate violent backlash. That will let you explain what it means and will allow them to process through it with you. Be forward and confident. Say, “[Family members], I'm bisexual. That means I [define your bisexuality]. I've always been this way, and I always will be. I understand this might take you some time to understand and process through, but I felt like you should know.”If you're afraid of doing it in person (or can't), text or call would be good. Texting is nice, in that it lets you process through exactly how best to tell them. Consider who you're telling, and what method they'd prefer.In the end, don't come out just because you feel pressured to do so. Come out because it's safe and it's something you feel ready to share.Good luck!!
How can I come out to my deeply religious friends and family that am an atheist?
A2A "How can I come out to my deeply religious friends and family that (I) am an atheist?"That's obviously going to be at least partly impossible to answer without knowing your family/social dynamic, but I'd say this is a two-part answer:Do you have to?  If not, that's probably because it's not super important to your interaction with them that you be a believer.  Atheism isn't like being gay (for example) where not being able to come out can actually be stifling and stressful, there's nothing really to talk about, other than perhaps a request to friends/family not to have to participate in things.  If nobody is pressuring you to discuss religion or to be ultra-involved in religious practices, maybe this isn't something that needs to be brought up.  As an atheist, you aren't likely to be terribly interested in talking about this stuff anyway, so being silent when people know or being silent when people don't know are basically the same.If you do need to (for the reasons I mentioned, or others) I would do so in as respectful a manner as possible.  If people are as religious as you're indicating, they probably aren't going to want to hear lengthy explanations for your lack of belief.  I would wait for a moment when you're about to be asked to participate in something that you don't want to (rather than, say, right in the middle of Mass or the like) and tell people that you don't mean to upset anyone, but you'd rather not participate anymore because you don't  personally believe the same things that everyone else believes.  You can add things as you desire or feel necessary like "I respect that you do believe, but faith is a personal thing and it has never really connected for me", but again make sure you don't 'go negative' with anything like "I just think this is all really silly" or "There's no reason to believe any of this", even if you feel that way.  Ultimately, you need to exercise a bit of foresight here, and give some serious  consideration to the fact that these are your friends and family.  Do you want to knowingly damage your relationships if you can avoid that?  I'm not suggest that you be forced to keep quiet about something important to you, but I think the question acknowledges that this will not inherently be an easy one-and-done discussion.  Some people may very well take this quite poorly.  Others might have different/more positive reactions.  Some might not care one way or the other.  The goal presumably is not to lose these relationships, so you need to consider that goal when choosing what precisely you're going to say.
You have the chance to fill out the money amount in a blank check. But you will have to use it in order to improve your life, your family's life and your friends' life. How much money would you ask for?
Just like User, I am doing quite well already, even though I do have to work. Then again, the question asks to improve not only my life but the life of my family and friends as well. Why not go one further? I'd like to improve the life of humanity as a whole. I'd ask for 30,000 euros so I could easily live for the duration of one year and could still invest in some small things. Then I would try to set up the Dutch branch of Circle of Reason. I firmly believe that everyone's life becomes better by becoming just a bit more rational than we are already. I would add my knowledge of and experience with mindfulness to the mix. I would set up a good website or really pay someone else to help me with that. I would invest some small amount of money in publicity. On top of that, I would fill the hours I had left over with volunteer work, probably for the Red Cross, since I already work for them. I'm sorry I can't give you a breakdown of the total amount, it is a guesstimate. I don't need anything for myself so it was hard to think of exact numbers.
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