We are working with law enforcement agencies, which are investigating this criminal act." Ashley Madison is a dating website, with one important twist: Instead of connecting eligible singles, it caters to married people interested in having an affair.The site claims to have 37 million members, and has in the past bragged about its data security. After all, its databases have enormous potential for use in blackmail schemes.If it's raining you can always get a little fancy and spend .50 on public transit. (Note: this doesn’t apply to dates with more than two people.) Uh oh, you’re falling for someone who works in a suburb office park and usually takes the MAX into the city.Good thing there’s nothing more romantic than sending ‘em back home with a quick kiss and a half hour ride back to Beaverton! So be prepared to be Lady and the Tramping spaghetti in some 20-seat restaurant when your ex and their new bae walk in.It's also a complete lie," the hackers were quoted as saying in a manifesto published by Krebs."Users almost always pay with credit card; their purchase details are not removed as promised, and include real names and address, which is of course the most important information the users want removed." On Monday afternoon, the company defended the service, and also said it would make it free.
And I was struck that nobody in the passing parade of briefcases, lattes and workday stares appeared to notice the 40-year-old as she adjusted her ponytail, wiped the tears and unloaded a story that she's carried like a bag of bricks for years. He walks nicely on a head halter and will happily go into a crate. He likes going for quiet walks, learning new things, and playing with toys.It’s well known that everyone in Portland either freelances or works in the service industry (or both!) so that coveted seven o’clock dinner date probably isn’t in the cards, and morning coffee is kinda played out. Oh, and we're definitely judging you by what you order. Soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, definitely meat-free, and "have been known to break out into hives if the onions were picked on a weekend." Luckily most restaurants are used to this sort of behavior. Everyone has a garden, brews their own beer, and makes moldy sauerkraut because that’s definitely how it was done by their host family that semester abroad in Germany.At one point, she said she begged one of the men to make it stop. She has never before been identified as the victim and has never before talked publicly about it. • • • Brenda Tracy worked in Keizer as a waitress at Bray's Family Restaurant in 1998.