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Remember to keep your heart open.” The price tag for the service?
After one cocktail, I gave him a ride home, and when we got to his apartment, he leaned over the passenger seat for a hug. “Sorry if I’m acting weird tonight,” said a Web whiz I went out with later.
“I’m a little freaked out because my company was offered a million buyout today.” When he dumped me after our second date, I wondered whether I should have acted more impressed.
Consider a highlight reel of the local bachelors I’ve come across on Tinder: a guy posing with Steve Wozniak (I think this was supposed to be impressive?
); a guy wearing Google Glass; a “happily married entrepreneur and father of three”; a guy in front of a Tesla sign; and a guy who messaged me, “In 50% of your photos you’re holding an i Phone.
The joint continued to fill up with more men—and some women—huddled in their own cliques.
The environment was similar at Coupa Café, a coffee shop in Palo Alto at which I’d heard all the VCs hang out.
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