One drop rhythm is a reggae style drum beat. Popularized by Carlton Barrett , long-time drummer of Bob Marley and the Wailers ,  the creator is disputed, and it has been attributed to drummers including Barrett,   Carlton and his brother Aston ,  and Winston Grennan. The backbeat is characterized by the dominant snare drum stroke usually a click produced by cross-sticking and bass drum both sounding on the third beat of every four, while beat one is left empty. Thus, the expected hit on beat one is "dropped," creating the one-drop effect. Dropping out the bass on the "one" of the measure further accentuates the downbeat of the drums creating the rhythm.
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You have to make the decision as to what you want your home and your children to have in that home. Mormons have a well-known code of health, called the Word of Wisdom. He did not like the idea of early morning seminary and he told me I was old enough to make my own choice to serve a mission, but he strongly advised against it. I can handle a lot of daily mindless, nonverbal things, like cuddling for a bit before bed, but phone calls and even texting can be exhausting in a way that is very difficult to explain.
She really likes me, and if she could change one thing about me it would be my lack of religion. That isn't fair on you, and again will create stress and a stress point in the relationship. And no I would not pressure them to convert but as a Latter-day Saint I would pray for them to convert as I do for many people I know and love. I wouldn't end a relationship with her, just as I wouldn't deny someone a job, or refuse to socialize with someone who is a Mormon. He later converted to her faith and was called to be a temple sealer. On the plus side though, after you leave the church, you'll get to spend the remainder of your days bashing it on Reddit. One small thing to add here. So far I have found it is a day to day thing. I'd love to hear from more veterans about how to make this work in the long run. Communication is at an all time low and stress is at an all time high.