Davita's Transgendered Study Guide

Just in case -- "no" -- I'm not interested in a relationship or sex... I just want to help.

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Reply Joan Grey
4:37 PM on January 21, 2018 

Nice site, but difficult to negotiate as there's no menu.  What I did find (via links on your update page) was quite good.  Thank you.

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Reply DanielTek
10:23 PM on December 1, 2017 
China's carbon intensity - the level of carbon emissions per unit of economic growth - fell about 4 percent in the first three quarters of 2017, putting the country on track to meet its five-year targets, a senior official said. China vowed to cut 2015 levels of carbon intensity by 18 percent by the end of 2020, part of a longer-term pledge to bring total greenhouse gas emissions to a peak by "around 2030". Li Gao, the head of the climate change office at the National Development and Reform Commission, told a conference that China had made clear progress in decoupling economic growth from CO2. According to a report published on the website of China's National Energy Administration (NEA) late on Thursday, Li said China was also still aiming to complete the launch of a nationwide carbon emissions trading scheme (ETS). China's national ETS was originally scheduled to go into operation last year and was then delayed to 2017 as market designers struggled to handle problems like emissions data accuracy. Xie Zhenhua, China's top climate official, said during recent global climate negotiations in Bonn that the scheme was now awaiting cabinet approval. Several studies have suggested that China is on track to meet its emissions peak target well ahead of schedule, with Chinese scientists saying in a recent paper in the Resources, Conservation and Recycling journal that China's CO2 could hit its maximum in 2024. A Chinese think tank has also suggested that national energy consumption - the source of around three quarters of China's carbon emissions - may also have peaked. (
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Reply Juanita Cage Lewis
1:04 PM on March 8, 2016 

Hi Davita,

I hope my note finds you well!

I attempted to reach out to you sat wiork but recalled that you were retiring. If you get a chance please email I have a quick question for you.

Thanks kndly,

Juanita over at housing

Reply Linda Tatin
11:33 AM on February 18, 2016 

Dear Davita:

What a really charming website. Tasteful, thoughtful and expressive. Nice colors too! I'm happy I stopped by to say hello. Lets keep in touch. Linda.

Reply jaimee Adele
8:19 PM on August 29, 2013 

Hi honey girl, you still look fabulous.  I miss you, I wanted you to know that I am both alive and well, I am NOT living as a woman, but Im happy!  I invite you to follow me at my facebook page located at:  

https://www.facebook.com/jaimee.adele

Reply Linda Latouche
11:23 PM on December 6, 2012 

Thank you talking with me...  I do hope to talk again!!!   


hugzz

Reply Domonique
10:14 PM on November 21, 2012 

Hi Davita. Hugs my sister in crime.

Reply Melody Martin
9:47 AM on June 28, 2011 

ya need to call thjis girl sometime// or drop me an e-mail... but not on the old yahoo account that I rarely use...

Reply Giselle Reeves
2:34 PM on April 17, 2011 

thanks again for the wonderful chat Davita, your web page is fantastic.

hugs to you and your wife and the brat!