¿Tinder? okay

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I watched a vid on Tinder and Millennials, and the difficulty finding a mate and sexual partner. In the Nineties I first learned of online dating. It was Sandi Howard who was with me together on a manufacturing management team for about six years. Sandi left and news of her life trickled back into our work place, and with the Sandi news updates I leaned Sandi met her second husband online, which was before internet locations promoted as online dating sites. In the early years of this millennium I met and married Hana over the course of less than half a year, and Hana and I used match.com. Tinder is the latest, and it is described like a deck of cards where people shuffle and sort through cards seeking hookup targets. Dear kind readers: All this preamble for one point. The voice on the Tinder vid described how meeting one’s mate by traditional methods among prime-age, become-parents-together is almost obsolete. Sincerely, Tom Doody. I went from a distant knowledge of Sandi’s hookup to my own, and now Tinder. Weird — the traditional method of hookup is nearly obsolete — not too bad — maybe all good. My traditional method hookup found my first wife through college binge drinking, and maybe the Asian — still alive — method of letting parents choose is better. ¿Tinder? seems not terrible. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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