What are some good places for a very shy guy to meet women real world not on line?
Ok I am a 35 year old full time single dad of two a 6 and 8 year old anyway were what are good places to meet single women. The kind of women I am attracted to I am not on their list of guys at the bar or on line dating sites and they are not in to the church thing (neither am I) any way where does that leave.
SO NO bars No on line (dating did that for 5 years did not work) and No church I am not in to it. I just want to meet some one in common with. I am in to classic cars and hot rods, guns, hunting camping fishing, beekeeping, US history, road trips, love doing thing with my kids, cooking and baking, making maple syrup, model railroads, and much more
PS I am not very sophisticated
Almost every website, every online company, and even some blogsites have a signup process in which you are often required to give personally identifiable information or else you can not use their services. Even just visiting websites transmits to that website’s server your ip address and other potentially identifiable information, depending on what ‘cookies’ that website transmits to your computer. Even out in the real world, unless you are using cash all the time, every transaction you make with your credit card or bank card transmits personally identifiable information to that company’s database. Just walking around in public places will have your face on any number of video surveillance cameras in stores, shopping centers, trainstations, etc.. There is even a global surveillance computer network called ECHELON which can scan phone conversations, e-mails, and any form of digital communication for certain keywords / information. My question is: why all this surveillance?
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My brother used to be obsessed with it, now he says he doesn’t remember it at all. It was pseudo anime and it featured a blonde-haired boy with glasses who spent all his time on the computer and this weird alternate computer universe where the kids would go into and try to reverse whatever was happening in the real world–the episode I remember there was an episode of killer bees or wasps or something stinging their classmates and they had to go into the other world to make them go away. In the computer world was this pink-haired girl with big eyes (I believe the computer world was CGI’d) that the blonde boy kind of had a crush on. The show name was the name of the alternate world, I think. Sound familiar to anybody?
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I mean, the benefits of having your own family school you I’m sure are phenomenal. But have you seen the personalities (or lack there of) of a lot of these kids? There was the winner of the latest spelling bee on CNN and the kid could hardly get a sentence out. Not real prepared for the real world are we?
I’m sure I’ll get attacked for saying that, just keeping it real.
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I love my husband but as time goes by I see more a codependant person that overwhelms me and find myself not having the patience to talk nicely about it anymore. I think he needs professional help. Examples, if he calls my cell phone and I don’t answer becuase I am on the home phone “he is not number one in my life”. In a nut shell anything and everything is a threat to how he thinks I feel about him or what he feels I feel for him. I find this behavior childish and insecure. Honestly I have come to realize that he is a drama queen!
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