How do people establish ideal relationships amidst competition with two billion singles worldwide?
Given six degrees of separation, (2,000,000,000)1/6=35 available singles!
So many singles, so little time.
Don't you mean posterior rationalization?
The number of people you are actually likely to encounter - let alone find yourself in an environment with where it's conducive to socializiing - is miniscule by comparison. On the order of hundreds or thousands.
I assume the 2 billion singles is based on falling within a certain age bracket? There are almost 7 billion humans on this planet.
With the internet, I wonder how many potential mates a person can reasonably come into contact with?
Evo!!! One in 7 billion. Nice to know you.
I feel priveledged knowing you dl.
Are we doing chat tomorrow, I'm all alone and trapped in the storm.
Sounds reasonable. Thanks for straightening me out, Dave.
'Tis a fine posterior indeed that singles itself out to me.
That would be nubile singles.
Even with the Internet, some things never grow old. A few write sonnets, most others politics.
Yes ma'am. Hope it will be open all day. I do have a few obligations if I can get out of the drive Evo.
Some concerns come to mind:
The quality of communication (the possibility of love letters becoming cursory/devalued).
One's compatibility to computers overemphasized (as opposed to the values of traditional relationships).
A new social class of the cyberelite (who would attempt to manipulate public interactions).
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