You don't want to rely on anybody to pick you up especially if it's that other person," he said. "As easy as it is to do, try to stay sober," said Lt.
Should I contact her through that medium, or just let sleeping dogs lie?
I really thought that we clicked, but I don’t want to go into the “stalker” territory and not see a “no” if it is there. DEAR WONDERING: Yes, I think you are being “ghosted.” Ghosting, for those people fortunate enough not to have experienced it, is a very sudden and unexplained withdrawal from contact, although ghosting usually refers to an actual relationship, not a possible relationship.
To verify those numbers, we contacted the Erie County Health Department and looked through the FBI's crime numbers, which are online. The study focuses on cities showing Buffalo with a population of around 258,000, but the STD data that Safewise used from the CDC is for the Metropolitan Statistical Area of Buffalo, Niagara Falls & Cheektowaga which, according to the government in 2015, included more than a million people.
That would throw off the per capita numbers and call Buffalo's #1 ranking into question. Safewise claims NYC only had 19,327 total STD cases in 2015 while the CDC report shows the number of Gonorrhea cases for 2015 alone for NYC is much higher at 23,721.
Buffalo's "safety score" is 0.8, and the city with the highest score, San Antonio, Texas, is 9.4. Safewise based its rankings on rates of violent crime and STDs for the country's 56 biggest cities.