Skip to content From the Travel Guide For newsletter: Hey guys, It's Dan here again. Talent Pool (9/10): It's hard *not* to see an attractive girl walking down the street in Costa Rica, just about anywhere you go.I've decided to put together an overall ranking of different countries, based on the factors that I describe in my books. This is an overall ranking of the attractiveness of the women, on a scale of 1 to 10. The women are sexy, curvey, and they really know how to dress.The exposure to so much tourism has really hiked up the prices in Costa Rica. The good thing about Costa Rica is that tickets to fly there are probably the most inexpensive out of any country in Latin America.Although it's possible to travel here with a limited budget, you're going to have to be very careful about where you travel to, where you go out, and where you stay, because some places are really just as expensive as going out to any place in the U. If you're going on a short trip, and stay at a budget hotel, and stay away from the most expensive parts of town, I think cost would not be much of an issue. Safety (9/10): San Jose is the most dangerous city in Costa Rica. Just take a taxi, unless you're accompanied by the locals and with a group of people. Competition (7/10): In Costa Rica you will be competition with the local "ticos" and also with the many foreigners that travel there.Our Message: You Can Solve Your Problems & Change Your Life by Escaping America for a Better Life and Love Overseas! This is an overall ranking of the competition you will have on a scale of 1 to 10.Discover Friendlier Foreign Women, Authentic People and Saner Cultures, Lower Cost Living, Healthier Food, Greater Freedoms and More! I'm in Costa Rica right now, so let's start off with our first example of The Global Dating Environmental Ranking System: Costa Rica: #1.I'm working on a ranking system for each Latin American country. See my HA Ebook and Join Our Dating Sites to support us!An example of different Rating Systems on Video game discs which is common practice with PAL/European versions.
Note however that the specific criteria used in assigning a classification can vary widely from one country to another.
Video games have also been studied for links to addiction and aggression.
There have been a multitude of studies concretely linking violent video game play with increased aggression.
Most of these systems are associated with and/or sponsored by a government, and are sometimes part of the local motion picture rating system.
The utility of such ratings has been called into question by studies that publish findings such as 90% of teenagers claim that their parents "never" check the ratings before allowing them to rent or buy video games, Video game content rating systems can be used as the basis for laws that cover the sales of video games to minors, such as in Australia.