Which provides the impetus for expanding government and financing it through progressive taxation. I used to be a consultant and flew out to DC on a regular basis and was always happy to get back to the Midwest dating scene; I can only hear so much ignorant politically correct fashionable movement-of-the-moment drivel coming out an intelligent sexy bimbo.
Here, there are all these politicians but they are really out of commission for the most part — or if they fool around, it's with interns. The people who are really high status are off the market. Even if a woman can't be with a movie star, women can still say, ' Gee, this guy or that guy is not a movie star or a director.' There's lobbyists and lawyers here, a lot of them. Government inherently attracts stupid people, because smart people can make more money and have more impact in the private sector.
As a male in Washington, you can be high in status fairly easily without the true very high status competing. The desire to make the most money you can given your talent/intelligence doesn’t simply stop with men.
But among women who are even slightly younger than him, he says, that’s “considered way too bold.” So Miller, who works in banking and lives in Arlington, has a strategy.
Between getting someone’s number and asking them out, there needs to be a week or more of increasingly flirty text messages, complete with nonintrusive questions and witty repartee, all — hopefully — leading to a date.
But, when I was looking, the numbers weren't very much in my favor.
Of course, it doesn't seem this way at first blush. In the city proper, furthermore, 52 percent of people aren't single and childless.
I think it's better to date here if you are male. The city attracts smart and thin women who are passionate about making a postive difference and who would also like to have fun.
Government attracts a disproportionate share of intelligent women. The men attracted to the city are not as numerous, and many of the ones who are have napolean complexes, complete with low relative heights.
Smartphones and social mores have led to a culture in which the way you begin a relationship depends a lot on how old you are.