Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie. Some may consider it to be a shallow usage of technology. Others yet, like myself, see it as a way to meet new people while not looking for much more.” A “big old nerd” from a family of NASCAR enthusiasts in upstate New York, Glitch is a gleeful one-man show of movie quotes, silly voices, and fart jokes. “Next year I’m going to try to push it to 35 [conventions],” Glitch says. Well, live meagerly, I should say.” Between cons, Glitch works in the back room of a local Walmart, assembling floor model displays.
“This is my third Comic-Con, but it’s the first year I was old enough to do this,” Ash Ketchum says, gesturing to the 82 men and women seated in pairs in a conference room in the basement of the Javits Center.
Lamenting the tyranny of football at his high school, he offers to show me his Pokall, but a Jedi knight with spiked hair yells, “Time’s up! Weekend Jedi warrior Ryan Glitch is the 27-year-old owner of Sci-Fi Speed Dating, which in three years has organized hundreds of speed-dating events at dozens of super-fan conventions.
Depending on what you’re looking for, you can download an app that’ll geo-locate women who cross paths with your daily wanderings, women who love bacon (yeah, that’s a new one from Oscar Mayer), and women you’re compatible with based on humor. SWEATT Stop trying to pick women up at the gym and download SWEATT instead.
The new app, exclusive to New York City, is hitting i Tunes early next week.
Will guys be smoother than an i Phone app or get the 404 as they rove from chair to chair sweet-talking the ladies.