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Hoping that 1+1= a couple!
Posted: Jun 25, 1996 5:41 PM
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Hi,
I realize that this is not the usual posting for this newsgroup, but I
am trying to be creative in terms of my search for a new relationship and I
do enjoy mathematicians and other mathematically inclined types as people
so I hope you will forgive the unusualness of the request.
I am an attractive, slender, warm, caring, passionate and playful SJF
(but not religious), 48, working as a systems/research analyst and
currently living in Cambridge, MA. My interests include hiking, personal
growth, reading, attending classical (and some folk) music concerts
(Mozart is my favorite), eating in ethnic restaurants, travelling, and,
in general, doing my best to have new adventures.
The man I'm seeking should be a non-smoker, probably in his 40's-50's,
hmanistically oriented (i.e. a Newt Gingrich fan and I would not get
along), reasonably sociable (no Ted Kazcynski types!) and reasonably fit
and ready for a committed relationship if the chemistry works out. I am
fairly flexible about geography (but not too far away) and will be in New
York City this coming weekend so that's a possibility also for an
in-person date.
For starters, please send a fairly full description of yourself so I
can get some sense of who you are as well as a way to get in touch. If it
seems like we have some things in common, I'll write back or call and then
hopefully we could set up an in-person date. I look forward to hearing
from you.
Paulette@world.std.com





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