TIME Magazine mentioned it in a review of dating services, saying, "If you’re highly educated and seeking a highly educated partner, Right Stuff Dating ('The Ivy League of Dating') may be right for you." Competing niche sites targeting high intelligence or graduates of elite universities have either closed entirely, no longer work with current browsers, or are otherwise essentially moribund.These include docdates.com, fastcupid.com, intellectconnect.com, ivydate.com, mymitra.com, and
The odds and ends of the dating underworld just waiting to be swept up in love.
Just like that antique shop all the could be treasures are either missing something, have a giant crack in them or even worse smell funny! Also all of the children in the land have their very own window where they can be on display.
For those of you looking for something on the more sophisticated side you have my apologies. I am pretty sure that when Vice President Al Gore created the internet his hopes for the future were porn and dating at your fingertips because these are the two largest industies to be found on the world wide web today. A lot of embarrassment could have been saved that day.
This blog unfortunately mirrors the author (yours truly.) Some of the humor is not for everyone but I liked it and it's my blog so there! Side note: Did you know you no longer have to put the " before your internet address you are going to? It wasn't like I was looking for the crank to start up my car or anything but seriously I couldn't have felt more like Methusela than I did that day.
(MORE: Here’s How Your Identity Will Be Stolen: The Top 10 Scams) What’s worse, online dating services make claims that are largely unfounded.
Sites may say they use scientific methods and proven algorithms as the basis for matching, but they don’t release the data due to proprietary reasons, or the data they produce don’t fit the criteria for scientific acceptability.A team of researchers led by Eli Finkel, a professor of social psychology at Northwestern University, decided to test the claims of dating sites by comparing the likelihood that users would not only find, but also stick with their “online soul mates” for the long haul.Their study, published in op-ed, concludes that even though as many as 25 million people per month seek matches through online dating services, these individuals are no more likely to find their soul mates than people who hook up with partners through conventional methods—singles bars, blind dates, friends of friends.My patrons sometimes ask me where I come up with some of this stuff. have been working tirelessly and diligent to make this site into the corporate Fortune 500 jugernault it can and will be! Just like you no longer have to dial the number 1 before the phone number if calling from a cell phone. One day a co-worker told me to check out a website and when I started typing There should have been a memo sent out or a news bulletin like the ones they run at the bottom of the screen.I am glad to tell them my mind is a lot like Canada. (Please stifle your laughter till the end.) The latest of these is or as I like to call it and any other dating website "The land of misfit children." There are tons out there to choose from now to. This leads me to worry what if something bigger comes along and I am not in the know? A diamond in the rough that no one has yet to discover.It is sometimes a bit cold, there are a few dark corners, some of it down right confusing and even a bit dirty but there is also a lot of neat stuff up there. So all depending on the sort of special someone you are looking to add to your life I am certain there is a site for you. Something "Shit is going to be falling from the sky so be sure not to leave your house without a helmet! Altough keep in mind no matter how great they seem, how sexy they are, how brilliant they may be... So you go to that antique shop in hopes of blowing the dust off some great treasure when in fact you just end up wading through other peoples trash.