(Denied again.) But somehow -- some way -- you're going to Chicago for the Dead shows at Soldier Field July 3, 4 and 5.
After all, it's been 20 years since the surviving members -- Mickey Hart, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh and Bill Kreutzman -- played together as THE Grateful Dead, since Jerry Garcia's untimely passing in 1995. In case you forgot your 'head code, just don't say or do any of these 15 things.
But if this is, in fact, your first Dead show, and you scored a coveted ticket, we strongly urge you to keep that bit of info to yourself. Related: While you're in town, here are 15 things you should never say to a Chicagoan. You want them to play "Terrapin Station," "Dire Wolf," "Althea, "Dark Star," "Scarlet Begonias," and okay maybe a "Shakedown Street." On second thought, you'll take what you can get. An alternative perspective is that by having more options, you’re able to triangulate your own identity.If people embrace Big Dating and go on lots of dates, eventually they’ll learn enough about what they want (and their own faults) to pick a partner they can be satisfied with long-term.The primary complaint I hear about Tinder is that you might come across hot people to swipe right, but finding someone who matches your style can take plenty of train wreck dates.
Better sorting preferences could connect people who are actually compatible, whether that leads to marriage or just a fiery tryst. Sure, there’s much to be done with algorithms, machine learning, and artificial intelligence when it comes to playing cupid.
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I love listening to really loud music (funk, reggae, Ethiopian Jazz and other world music, 70s (disco and psychedelic rock) and some current pop, too.
There are differing definitions, but I see think of it as referring to the current, globalized dating scene where the Internet presents us with so many more potential mates.
Once upon a time, you chose your mate from a small pool of candidates determined by your location or social graph. Studies have shown that increasing the number of options makes a decision maker less satisfied with whatever they choose, because they worry they’re more likely to have made the wrong choice.
With time, I’d bet every discernible sub-culture will crave a Micro-Tinder of its own. That doesn’t mean Tinder isn’t trying to show you your type of people.