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Haha! Wow... I stumbled across this link on facebook and since I had nothing better to do at 2:00 in the morning I thought I would see what it was all about. I went to highschool with you back in the day and I think we may have spoken to each other for a minute or two, so I was not really sure of what to expect (which is probably the best way to go into anything that ends up working out, with little or no expectation). I wanted to say that I was amused by your rather insightful dialogue. I find it somewhat troubling that you place the blame of your dating woes on us nauseating, "bro-tastic," Cubs fans. I quickly began scrolling through the rolodex of past Bachelorette contestants in my head (actually the rolodex of male Bachelor/Bachelorette contestants in my head was rather small so I also may have referenced google, but it gives the appearance of intelligence if I say that all of this knowledge was in my head) to find a valiant Chicagoan to rebut your accusations. All I could come up with is that Ed guy who had a couple girls on the back burner while he was simultaneously hooking up with Jillian on national TV??? So I guess, touche... Being a male I find it particularly asinine that Emily would pass up a noble man such as John for a kid who cruised in on his skateboard ala Bart Simpson (Jef with one F). Maybe I just do not understand what it is that women find attractive these days? It's not out of the realm of possibility being that I am simple minded Cubs fan. After reading this blog and utilizing your logic for understanding the behavior of the opposite sex, I believe that if I could find out where Emily's baseball allegiances lie it may offer up a possible explanation to my question. Either way, keep up the good work and I look forward to reading more of your dark and twisty rhetoric.
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