Adventures in Dating, Pt. 2
Further details about how computers suck, especially when they pretend to be human:
I don’t think the people eHarmony.com matched me with are even real. Some selections from the suggestions they emailed me (emphasis mine):
Kim (Alexandria): It’s important for me to make new friends, and to keep physically fit. amy (Abingdon): It’s important for me to be in settings where I will meet new people, and to keep physically fit. Amy (Baltimore): It’s important for me to create romance in a relationship, and to keep physically fit.
Really, ladies? Really? Guess what went in my profile?
Jemal (Glen Burnie): It’s important for me to hunt you robots down and kill you before you and Skynet take over the world on judgement day and to keep physically fit.
Here’s the sad part: these three “ladies” were sent to me sequentially within 20 minutes. Great minds think alike, eh?