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"Right Now"

  • 5 days ago · 6:45 PM
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Nobody is perfect, as they say.  Even worse, we are our own worst critic.  But then again, marriage and Love have not gone out of style.  In fact, we continue to fall in Love in spite of, and maybe as a direct result of, our imperfection(s).  If you think about it mathematically, there is someone out there for everyone (especially if one lives in a large city).  So if dating services are not the answer, then is hacking a dating service an option?  Some have tried it as a way to bypass newly-labelled pitfalls such as benching, but I doubt that most are willing to go through the effort needed to do so.  As Romantics, we are not just about finding relationships, we want Love, true Love.  So, can Love be hacked?  Let’s talk about that.

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