Today’s story comes to us from the gorgeous and brilliant Becky, who submitted some horror stories from her e Harmony experiences: [Becky’s comments are in bold italics and my comments are in regular type] We had started emailing in December, and then he was out of town for 2 weeks, and then it was the holidays, and so we didn’t meet until like the second week of January.
Perino looked pretty average: He was balding with a five o-clock shadow, his expression giving away only the faintest hint of a smile.One afternoon in August, I was sitting at the long table along the perimeter of the New York Observer’s newsroom, where all of the interns lived. The headshot belonged to Dan Perino, a middle-aged man living in the East Village.Returning from lunch, my editor placed a flyer in front of me. The piece of eight-by-eleven computer paper read, “I’m really looking for a girlfriend. Just tired of the singles scene and hoping to meet the right person. I interviewed him twice that day — the second time after 6 p.m., so I had missed my usual train home.Athens, Ohio, once again has hit it big for its social resources (you know, "resources" such as partying).In this case, the website ranked our fine city as the ninth best college town in America for dating.