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Trust never comes easy, even in the strongest of relationships.
Your lover can tell you she loves you and wants to elope with you one minute; then insist you're surplus to requirements the next.
So when you (or your loved one) disappears to CES or some other vast conglomeration of humanity, bad things will likely happen.
To prove this careworn point, might I offer a new survey in which 94 percent of Americans declared that bad things happen at conferences and trade shows?
You might detect a certain potential slant in this research, as it was performed on behalf of ON24, which just happens to be a Webcasting and virtual events company.
Still, the results make for negative palpitations in the spleen.
For 71 percent of Americans believe that the freedom of a trip to Vegas or elsewhere will lead to excessive alcohol consumption. Too great a temptation to spend too much money is a concern to 54 percent.
Too much participation in fatty foods is feared by 53 percent, while a mere 31 percent fear participation in illicit drugs.
But it's the 66 percent that will surely give many pause for fright. This 66 percent believe that infidelity is something of an inevitability when som... [Read more]