Dating over the computer

I wasn’t having any luck, when I stumbled across a newspaper index / archive site that seemed to offer possibilities for my search, for a monthly fee.So, I went in on it and almost instantly found a full-page article concerning the place I had in mind.

According to this Huffington Post article on dating after 50, the ratio of men to women shifts considerably as the years go by: So if you are 60 now, the ratios suggest that it might be difficult to find a good single man your age.Here is some advice on what you can do to be interesting to older men: If you’re getting ready to start dating after 50, be sure you know what you want from a man – what makes him “special?” Also give some thought to your non-negotiable “deal breakers” – the things that absolutely make you not want to date a man – but ask yourself how many of these things are truly non-negotiable, and which things are really not that important. What tips would you like to share with the other women in our community? Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions.So, I began searching on my home phone number for the two houses we lived in while I was growing up in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, and — voila!In no time, I located ten scanned classified ads that, in my youth, I had written up and phoned in to the Daily Press newspaper.

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It’s amazing for me to sit here today and look at these decades-old artifacts from my computing past.

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