Skip to comments.Online Dating Algorithm Adding Up To Love
Posted on 03/15/2012 2:00:25 PM PDT by Altariel
When we talk about finding love, some people say its a matter of chemistry. But, it may actually be a matter of math. North Texas mathematicians have come up with complicated equations which are the driving force behind some online dating sites.
For Dallas couple Bryan Joyce and Megan Thrasher, cupids arrow hit pretty hard when they met last March.
We pulled up in the parking lot at the same time and I remember seeing him, and theres just always that instant connection, said Thrasher.
The two actually met in cyber-space first on the relationship website Match.com.
I had been on it six months or so before I came across her profile, Joyce remembered.
(Excerpt) Read more at dfw.cbslocal.com ...
Sounds promising, I tried typing in “nymphomaniac, classless slut who loves abortions” and Sandra Fluke’s name, phone and address keeps popping up.
this seems better than the old personals.
correspond by the system, then email, then phone, then in person.
As long as both parties use reasonable safety precautions and accept the other person will do the same then this seems like a reasonable process.
Mail order brides as always are a good way to filter out feminists.
Really? I'm surprise you didn't get hits for Pelosi, Boxer, FienStien,...
No, those hags come up when you input “brain-dead, loves control, drinks blood”.
Congratulations to you both for finding the spouse of your dreams!
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